Sebring, Ohio

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The Sebring family came from the Netherlands and moved to Pennsylvania. George E. and Elizabeth Larkins Sebring eventually settled in East Liverpool, where they ran a grocery business and lived with their ten children. The Sebrings then decided to find property and build a pottery town, as they had been involved in potteries in East Liverpool and East Palestine. They settled on 200 acres of farmland near the Mahoning River, with the railroad running through the property. After a great deal of work in starting the new town, the Articles of Incorporation were filed in 1899. Potteries and homes were constructed, and Sebring became a flourishing town, at one point considered the pottery center of the world.
ISBN: 9780738501802
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: Ohio
Series: Images of America
Images: 200
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Sebring, Ohio offers insight into the development of this community and recognizes the efforts of the pottery workers and laborers. This visual tour illustrates how a swampy area in Mahoning County grew into the nation‚'s largest manufacturer of premium china. Author Craig S. Bara provides a glimpse at the architecture and people of Sebring, along with a fascinating commentary on its history. Join him in remembrance of the history of Sebring, Ohio, as the town celebrates its first 100 years.
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