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Jim and Karen Perone with their Mini at Mabel Hartzell Historical Home

Marking Time in Alliance

Marking Time in Alliance offers short video tours of various historical markers and sites in and around the city of Alliance, Ohio. Jim Perone and his Mini visit locations and share information about why the site is important to our history. The series is available on our YouTube channel. Enjoy, and, “we’ll see you next time, on down the road!” Read more…

Alliance’s Freedom Trail Walk

Join us for a walk on the Stark Parks Iron Horse Trail on Sunday, September 20, from Rodman Public Library through the former village of Freedom to the Mabel Hartzell Historical Home as the Alliance Historical Society celebrates Ohio Open Doors and GO (Get Outdoors) Alliance. We encourage social distancing while participating. You may begin the walk at any time between 1-4 p.m.

Full details are on our Facebook page.

OH CARESSupport has been provided by Ohio Humanities, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the federal CARES Act of 2020.

The Alliance Historical Society was founded for the promotion of historical studies of the City of Alliance and its surrounding areas. Members of the Society collect, preserve, and organize historical materials and work with area schools and community organizations to present historical programs.

The home of the Alliance Historical Society is the Mabel Hartzell Historical Home and Alliance History Mini Museum. It is open for tours during Carnation Week in August and at other times by appointment. Contact us at alliancehistory@yahoo.com if you’d like to view our beautiful Victorian home, grounds, and our mini museum of Alliance historical objects.

With a long history and colorful heritage, Alliance is home to other historical properties which are owned and operated by their own organizations. Visit our page on Alliance’s Heritage for information about Haines House, Glamorgan Castle, and Alliance Historic Preservation Commission.

Exhibits of historical materials are supplied by the Society for display at local businesses and public buildings. Members of the Society are also available for talks and slide shows at area clubs and meetings.

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Couldn’t have said it better ourselves! Come learn about Alliance’s old village of Freedom and enjoy this wonderful path through downtown Alliance.Head to Alliance on Sunday, September 20 for a walk on the Stark Parks Horse Trail from Rodman Public Library to the Mabel Hartzell Home as the Alliance Historical Society celebrates Ohio Open Doors and GO (Get Outdoors) Alliance. You may begin the walk at any time between 1-4 p.m.

Find out more information here: www.visitcanton.com/events-calendar/freedom-trail-walk/
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On this date in Alliance history...
On September 14, 1901, President William McKinley died from gunshot wounds he suffered while at the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, NY. Alliance has a deep connection with the fallen President and his beloved scarlet Carnation. alliancehistory.org/25-top-historical-events-in-alliance-levi-lamborn
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