Archive for February, 2013

Paul Laurence Dunbar House

February 20, 2013
Paul Laurence Dunbar House

Paul Laurence Dunbar was one of the most noteworthy African-American poets of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He also was born and died in Dayton, Ohio, although he lived several other places in between. You can still visit Dunbar’s last home in Dayton—the same┬áplace where he died...
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New Carlisle

February 6, 2013

What is now New Carlisle was first established as “York” in 1810; the name was later changed in New Carlisle in 1828.┬áToday, it is a city of about 5,800 people. Located at the intersection of State Routes 235 and 571, New Carlisle is well-connected to larger, nearby cities such...
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