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Historical Markers in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

 
Clickable Map of Summit County, Ohio and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Summit County, OH (145) Cuyahoga County, OH (278) Geauga County, OH (38) Medina County, OH (44) Portage County, OH (35) Stark County, OH (79) Wayne County, OH (17)  SummitCounty(145) Summit County (145)  CuyahogaCounty(278) Cuyahoga County (278)  GeaugaCounty(38) Geauga County (38)  MedinaCounty(44) Medina County (44)  PortageCounty(35) Portage County (35)  StarkCounty(79) Stark County (79)  WayneCounty(17) Wayne County (17)
Akron is the county seat for Summit County
Cuyahoga Falls is in Summit County
      Summit County (145)  
ADJACENT TO SUMMIT COUNTY
      Cuyahoga County (278)  
      Geauga County (38)  
      Medina County (44)  
      Portage County (35)  
      Stark County (79)  
      Wayne County (17)  
 
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1Ohio (Summit County), Cuyahoga Falls — Cuyahoga River
For thousands of years, Native Americans followed a north-south trade route through here. The Cuyahoga River allowed travel by canoe to an eight-mile portage trail to the south-flowing Tuscarawas River, which eventually led to the Ohio River. . . . Map (db m183610) HM
2Ohio (Summit County), Cuyahoga Falls — 42-77 — High Bridge Glens
In 1879, local hardware store owners L.W. Loomis and H.E. Parks established a summer resort at Front Street and Prospect Avenue. The High Bridge Glens and Caves park spanned both sides of the Cuyahoga River and featured a dance and dining pavilion, . . . Map (db m142837) HM
3Ohio (Summit County), Cuyahoga Falls — History of 1832 Front Street
The property was first recorded in 1892, the building was built in 1912 as a store front by Archie B. Syme Construction. (The Syme name is still visible above the front entrance canopy) Early recordings indicate the address as 214 South Front . . . Map (db m144125) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 6, 2022