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ATTRACTIONS Roscoe Village


Once a port on the Ohio & Erie Canal, the Village mixes charm with history of the 1800s. 600 North Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, Ohio 43812


Phone: 740-622-9310 Toll-Free: 800-877-1830


Schoenbrunn Village State Memorial Founded in 1772 as a Moravian mission the Village is reconstructed with 17 log buildings, original cemetery and 2 1/2 acres of planted fields.


1984 E High Ave., New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663 Toll-Free: 800-752-2711


Temperance Tavern/Cy Young Museum Built in 1841 this original stopover for travelers on the Ohio Canal contains displays of natives Cy Young and Woody Hayes in addition to local history. 221 W Canal Street, Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832 Phone: 740-498-7735


Toland Herzig Famous Endings Museum Funeral and memorial folders, photos, hand-written cards, funeral instructions and more from the funerals of celebrities, politicians, ath- letes and historical figures. 803 N. Wooster Avenue, Dover Ohio 44622 Phone: 330-343-6132


Tuscarawas County Genealogical Society Explore your past at the area’s most complete site for family lineage. 307 Center Street, Dennison, Ohio 44621 Phone: 740-922-0531


Tuscarawas County Historical Society Houses complete historical records of area including photos and books. 331 University Drive, Located inside Kent State University Library, New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663 Phone: 330-339-3391 Ext. 47494


Uhrichsville Clay Museum History of the “Clay Capital of the World” where 32 brick and clay sewer pipe industries helped develop the nation. Exhibits that feature rare sewer pipe folk art and transformation of the


industry from


early handmade pipe to the modern process of producing pipe. 330 North Main Street, Uhrichsville, Ohio 44683 Phone: 740-922-5455


10 | Small Towns… Big Stories: Tuscarawas County, Ohio


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