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Archbold: At Sauder Village costumed guides demonstrate how families lived over 100 years ago while craftsmen demonstrate their skill and creativity in glass, metals, fabric, wood and clay, and rural crafts from a century ago.
Bath: Hale Farm and Village is a living history museum preserving the culture and traditions of the people of 18th Century Ohio.
Canton: The three-story Victorian house where President William McKinley lived during his fourteen years in Congress is located in Canton. The home has been restored and is now the National First Ladies Library.
Canton: President William McKinley is buried in Canton at the William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum, which also includes the largest collection of McKinley artifacts in the world and chronicles the life and career of our 25th President from his birth to his tragic death at the hands of an assassin in 1901.
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