All five Series I Cat's Meow Keepsakes are now available for delivery! Collect these miniture versions of Green's beautiful landmarks. Series I includes: Emanuel Evangelical Church, Aultman Schoolhouse, Levi Hartong - Southgate Barn, Aaron Swartz - Walnut Woods Homestead, and the Green Veterans Memorial. Each keepsake is $15.00 with local pickup or each keepsake can be shipped to any continental U.S. address for an additional $5.00. Click here for more information or to order online!
The First Annual Dues & Dessert event at MAPS Air Museum was a huge success! Well over 300 people attended and experienced this amazing museum right here in Green. The desserts were fantastic in quality and quantity thanks to our fantastic members and providers including Our Daily Bread, Figaro Farms, Blakes Cupcakes, and The Strudel Lady. Click here to view new pictures of the event!
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The Green Historical Society presented "Commemorating the Civil War in 2011 on Monday, March 21, 2011 at the Central Administration Building. Over 70 people were in attendance. Karyn Norwood from the Ohio History Service AmeriCorps Program gave a presentation on the services provided by the Ohio History Service and other celebrations around Ohio commemorating the Civil War as part of the Civil War 150. Our feature speaker, John P. Gurnish gave a presentation entitled "A Journey with the 29th O.V.V.I." which included the personal stories of many of the men who served the 29th from the greater Akron area.
Dues & Desserts Event at MAPS - Free admission to MAPS, MAPS guides on hand, desserts and refreshments provided! Come out and support two great Green organizations in one amazing evening!
The Green Historical Society participated in the Green Expo hosted by the Green Chamber of Commerce on March 5, 2011. The crowds were huge and the response to the Green Historical Society new projects and displays was overwelming positive! A huge thank you to the Green Chamber of Commerce for hosting a fantastic event!
Click here to view photos of the Green Expo and the GHS Exhibits!
Dr. Mary Ann Stahr, Green High School Library Media Specialist, and many other staff of Green High School have prepared an online searchable database of primary documents relevent to the history of Green Local Schools. Primary documents dating from the 1920s to 1940s are now available online. The present collection focuses on the history of the Green Local Schools. Included are the first yearbook, school newspapers, and clippings from local newspapers. These documents are searchable by keywords, such as Boettler, Kepler, school spirit, football, etc.
Click here to search the Green Local Schools Primary Document Database!
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At the February 15, 2011, meeting of The City of Green Historic Preservation Commission, the Commission voted unanimously to designation 4950 Massillon Road as a local landmark. The application for local landmark designation was prepared by the Green Historical Society with the full cooperation and support of the property owners, Gregory and Laura Frank. The Aaron Swartz Home is the seventh local landmark to be designated in the City of Green. Click here to read more.
Land Patents for Green Township as transcribed from the entrybook at the Steubenville Land Office are available online in a searchable format. The Land Patents are listed by owner name and by quarter section. See new Land Patent page!
A special thanks to Vicki McNeal for preparing these materials!
At the January 18th meeting of The City of Green Historic Preservation Commission, the Commission voted unanimously to designation 3431 Greensburg Road, North Canton, Ohio, as a local landmark. The application for local landmark designation was prepared by the Green Historical Society with the full cooperation and support of the property owners, Glenn and Becky Witsaman. Aultman Schoolhouse is the sixth local landmark to be designated in the City of Green. To learn more about the local landmarks in Green, see the City of Green website. Click here to learn more about the City's Designation of Aultman Schoolhouse as a Local Landmark. Click here to learn about the hamlet of Aultman and here to learn about Aultman School.
Staci Schweikert, Secretary GHS