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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Struthers

 
Clickable Map of Mahoning 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 Mahoning County, OH (58) Columbiana County, OH (67) Portage County, OH (31) Stark County, OH (52) Trumbull County, OH (38) Lawrence County, PA (18) Mercer County, PA (22)  MahoningCounty(58) Mahoning County (58)  ColumbianaCounty(67) Columbiana County (67)  PortageCounty(31) Portage County (31)  StarkCounty(52) Stark County (52)  TrumbullCounty(38) Trumbull County (38)  LawrenceCountyPennsylvania(18) Lawrence County (18)  MercerCounty(22) Mercer County (22)
Struthers, Ohio and Vicinity
    Mahoning County (58)
    Columbiana County (67)
    Portage County (31)
    Stark County (52)
    Trumbull County (38)
    Lawrence County, Pennsylvania (18)
    Mercer County, Pennsylvania (22)
 
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1Ohio (Mahoning County), Struthers — 9-50 — Hopewell Furnace
The Hopewell Furnace, constructed by Daniel and James Eaton in 1802, began operation in 1803. This blast furnace, the first in Ohio and one of the first west of the Allegheny Mountains, marked the beginning of the iron and steel industry in the . . . — Map (db m79502) HM
2Ohio (Mahoning County), Struthers — Struthers Presbyterian Church1884-1911
This foundation stone is from the third church building of the United Presbyterian Church congregation, which was moved to Struthers from Poland Center in 1884, and reconstructed on land donated by Thomas Struthers. The building was located just . . . — Map (db m79504) HM
3Ohio (Mahoning County), Struthers — 46-50 — The Frankfort House
Alexander Frankfort (1842-1930), the last surviving Civil War veteran from Struthers, built this house in 1884. His wife, Louisa Jane Johns Frankfort (1851-1921), purchased the land from Thomas Struthers for $190.00. The house is of balloon frame . . . — Map (db m144358) HM
 
 
  
  
 
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