state of Ohio and the largest city in Portage County.
The population was 28,904 in the 2010 Census and was estimated at 30,071 in 2016.
Federal Land Patents offer researchers a source of information on the initial transfer of land titles from the Federal government to individuals.
It is located along the Cuyahoga River in Northeast Ohio on the western edge of the county.Soon after it was announced that territory would be opened up to settling, pro- and anti-slavery elements flooded the state in the hopes that, once Kansas became a state, they could either vote slavery up or down. Richard Cordley: The most systematic and extensive movement [to colonize Kansas], however, was made in New England. Branscomb, of Holyoke, to explore the territory and select a site for a colony ... Robinson [had journey to Kansas, during which] his party climbed the hill along this spur, and looked off over what was afterwards the site of Lawrence."The New England Emigrant Aid Company," which had been chartered by the legislature of Massachusetts in April, was then called "The Massachusetts Emigrant Aid Society." But afterwards a new charter was obtained for "The New England Emigrant Aid Company." The men engaged in it, Eli Thayer, Amos A. They marked the beauty of the spot and the magnificence of the view. Please provide a little information about where the item was found. Are there any markings on it that could help identify it, such as makers marks, inscriptions, symbols, numbers, etc? PLEASE say so and provide good close up pictures of them if possible. Please send good sharp images of the front and back of the item in question. Dedrie Williams SAYS: Hi Tom, magnetic no sound by Matanuska River deep in the dirt planting trees for sure has gold in it 10 points on the star or sun and very detailed and intricate designs on it with a magnifying glass you can see thank you for looking at my Sun shaped Rock VICTORIA SAYS: Hi Tom, I would love any help in identifying these sharp pieces of iron I believe. It was found in a rocky dried out creek bed in the historic Abbott Marsh in Hamilton, NJ.