Historic Kirtland Village
|Historic Kirtland Village|
Newel K. Whitney Home
|Location||Kirtland Flats, Kirtland,
Lake County, Ohio,
|Years of significance||1831-1838|
|Governing body||The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints|
Historic Kirtland Village, located in Kirtland, Lake County, Ohio, is the name given to a historic site (itself made up of historic buildings and sites important to the early Latter Day Saint movement). The village is owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). The church purchased the first property in the village, the Newel K. Whitney Store, in the late 1970s, and restored it in 1984. In the years since the church acquired more historic buildings and property in the area. In April 2000, plans were announced to restore the remaining buildings, while reconstructing others, and building a new visitors' center. Following the completion of the project, LDS Church President, Gordon B. Hinckley, dedicated the site on May 18, 2003.
List of buildings 
- Visitors' Center
- Newel K. Whitney Store (Restored)
- Newel K. Whitney Home (Restored)
- John Johnson Inn (Rebuilt)
- Schoolhouse (Rebuilt)
- Sawmill (Rebuilt)
- Ashery (Rebuilt)
See also 
- "Newel K. Whitney Store". Mormon Historic Sites Registry. Mormon Historic Sites Foundation. Retrieved 8 April 2011.
- Anderson, Karl Ricks (2002). "Historic Kirtland Taking Shape". Site & Scene (Mormon Historic Sites Foundation) 4 (1). Retrieved 8 April 2011.
- Shaun D. Stahle (24 May 2003). "Historic Kirtland, Ohio: Once-bustling community restored to 1830s beauty". LDS Church News. Retrieved 8 April 2011.
Media related to Historic Kirtland Village at Wikimedia Commons
- Visit Historic Kirtland - Official website
- Historic Kirtland Visitors' Center - LDS.org - Historic Sites
- Kirtland Restoration Project - Mormon Historic Sites Foundation
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