Hidden History of Ashtabula County

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Picturesque Ashtabula County harbors a rich and sometimes strange history. Ohio's Western Reserve settlers were astonished by the ancient graveyards they found that yielded bones belonging to a gigantic race. Mr. Buck of Conneaut lived a secluded life married to himself, assuming the character and dress of the fictional Mrs. Buck. A legend persists to this day that the ship of a Spanish princess lies at the bottom of Pymatuning Lake. Author Carl E. Feather delves into the rich history of Ohio's largest county and uncovers its little-known secrets in the most unexpected places.
ISBN: 9781626199538
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Ohio
Series: Hidden History
Images: 60
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Carl E. Feather has researched and written about Ashtabula County history for the past thirty years as a lifestyles editor and general assignment reporter for the Ashtabula Star Beacon, and then as an author and lodging tax administrator for Ashtabula County. His Feather Cottage Media company produces video products of historical interest and he is the author of Covered Bridges of Ashtabula County, Ohio and Mountain People in a Flat Land. Carl is a trustee of the Ashtabula County Historical Society.
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