National Register of Historic Places listings in Stark County, Ohio

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Location of Stark County in Ohio

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Stark County, Ohio.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Stark County, Ohio, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in an online map.[1]

There are 86 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 1 National Historic Landmark. Another 3 properties were once listed but have been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted July 13, 2018.[2]
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Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Alliance Bank Building
Alliance Bank Building
July 28, 1995
(#95000940)
502 E. Main St.
40°55′19″N 81°05′54″W / 40.921883°N 81.098364°W / 40.921883; -81.098364 (Alliance Bank Building)
Alliance
2 Jacob H. Bair House
Jacob H. Bair House
December 29, 1978
(#78002194)
North of Canton at 7225 N. Market Ave.
40°53′13″N 81°21′52″W / 40.886944°N 81.364444°W / 40.886944; -81.364444 (Jacob H. Bair House)
Plain Township
3 Barber-Whitticar House
Barber-Whitticar House
July 15, 1982
(#82003642)
519 Cleveland Ave, SW.
40°47′45″N 81°22′41″W / 40.795833°N 81.378056°W / 40.795833; -81.378056 (Barber-Whitticar House)
Canton
4 Bender's Restaurant-Belmont Buffet
Bender's Restaurant-Belmont Buffet
July 21, 1987
(#87001193)
137 Court Ave., SW.
40°47′53″N 81°22′35″W / 40.798056°N 81.376389°W / 40.798056; -81.376389 (Bender's Restaurant-Belmont Buffet)
Canton
5 Bordner House
Bordner House
February 17, 1978
(#78002191)
4522 7th St., SW., west of Canton
40°47′40″N 81°25′43″W / 40.794444°N 81.428611°W / 40.794444; -81.428611 (Bordner House)
Perry Township
6 Brewster Railroad YMCA/Wandle House
Brewster Railroad YMCA/Wandle House
March 7, 1985
(#85000486)
45 S. Wabash Ave.
40°42′46″N 81°35′54″W / 40.712778°N 81.598333°W / 40.712778; -81.598333 (Brewster Railroad YMCA/Wandle House)
Brewster Railroad dormitory constructed in 1916 by the Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway (W&LE). The building now houses the Brewster-Sugarcreek Township Historical Society Museum and The Station Restaurant.[6]
7 Canal Fulton Historic District
Canal Fulton Historic District
December 2, 1982
(#82001488)
Ohio-Erie Canal, Market, Canal, Cherry and High Sts.
40°53′13″N 81°35′42″W / 40.886944°N 81.595°W / 40.886944; -81.595 (Canal Fulton Historic District)
Canal Fulton and Lawrence Township
8 Canton Public Library
Canton Public Library
July 15, 1982
(#82003643)
236 3rd St., SW.
40°47′50″N 81°22′37″W / 40.797222°N 81.376944°W / 40.797222; -81.376944 (Canton Public Library)
Canton
9 City National Bank Building
City National Bank Building
July 15, 1982
(#82003644)
205 Market Ave., S.
40°47′51″N 81°22′31″W / 40.7975°N 81.375278°W / 40.7975; -81.375278 (City National Bank Building)
Canton With Saxton House, part of the First Ladies National Historic Site; also listed separately on the National Register.
10 City Savings Bank & Trust Company
City Savings Bank & Trust Company
September 2, 2016
(#16000602)
449 E. Main St.
40°55′18″N 81°05′56″W / 40.921771°N 81.098929°W / 40.921771; -81.098929 (City Savings Bank & Trust Company)
Alliance
11 Clearview Golf Club
Clearview Golf Club
February 16, 2001
(#01000056)
8410 Lincoln St., SE., southeast of East Canton
40°46′19″N 81°14′51″W / 40.771944°N 81.2475°W / 40.771944; -81.2475 (Clearview Golf Club)
Osnaburg Township The only golf club in the United States designed, built, owned and operated by an African American (William J. Powell). Opened for business in 1948, it is still owned and operated by the Powell family.[7]
12 George E. Cook House
George E. Cook House
May 2, 1995
(#95000498)
1435 Market Ave. N.
40°48′48″N 81°22′16″W / 40.813472°N 81.371111°W / 40.813472; -81.371111 (George E. Cook House)
Canton
13 Dewalt Building
Dewalt Building
July 15, 1982
(#82003645)
122 Market Ave., N.
40°47′57″N 81°22′30″W / 40.799167°N 81.375°W / 40.799167; -81.375 (Dewalt Building)
Canton
14 John and Syd Dobkins House
John and Syd Dobkins House
January 8, 2009
(#08001298)
5120 Plain Center, NE.
40°51′16″N 81°21′15″W / 40.854444°N 81.354167°W / 40.854444; -81.354167 (John and Syd Dobkins House)
Canton
15 Eagles Building-Strand Theater
Eagles Building-Strand Theater
January 25, 1997
(#96001624)
243 E. Main St.
40°55′18″N 81°06′10″W / 40.921667°N 81.102778°W / 40.921667; -81.102778 (Eagles Building-Strand Theater)
Alliance
16 Eagles' Temple
Eagles' Temple
July 15, 1982
(#82003646)
601 S. Market St.
40°47′41″N 81°22′32″W / 40.794722°N 81.375556°W / 40.794722; -81.375556 (Eagles' Temple)
Canton
17 Earley-Hartzell House
Earley-Hartzell House
December 21, 1987
(#87002147)
840 N. Park Ave.
40°55′49″N 81°06′17″W / 40.930278°N 81.104722°W / 40.930278; -81.104722 (Earley-Hartzell House)
Alliance Mabel Hartzell Historical Home at the Alliance Historical Society website.
18 East Main Street Historic District
East Main Street Historic District
September 8, 2017
(#100001588)
49-629 E. Main St., 40 N. Park, 77 S. Park, 532-570, 157 Prospect, 40 N.-136 S. Arch, 40 S. Linden Aves.
40°55′18″N 81°06′05″W / 40.921766°N 81.101397°W / 40.921766; -81.101397 (East Main Street Historic District)
Alliance
19 Elson-Magnolia Flour Mill
Elson-Magnolia Flour Mill
July 14, 2000
(#00000800)
261 N. Main St.
40°39′12″N 81°17′59″W / 40.653333°N 81.299722°W / 40.653333; -81.299722 (Elson-Magnolia Flour Mill)
Magnolia
20 Harry E. Fife House
Harry E. Fife House
July 21, 1987
(#87001196)
606 McKinley Ave. SW.
40°47′44″N 81°22′46″W / 40.795556°N 81.379444°W / 40.795556; -81.379444 (Harry E. Fife House)
Canton
21 Charles E. Firestone House
Charles E. Firestone House
June 21, 2011
(#11000369)
2814 Westdale Rd., NW
40°49′52″N 81°26′57″W / 40.831111°N 81.449167°W / 40.831111; -81.449167 (Charles E. Firestone House)
Jackson Township
22 First Ladies National Historic Site
First Ladies National Historic Site
January 31, 2001
(#01000286)
205 and 331 Market Avenue, S.
40°47′48″N 81°22′31″W / 40.796667°N 81.375278°W / 40.796667; -81.375278 (First Ladies National Historic Site)
Canton
23 First Methodist Episcopal Church
First Methodist Episcopal Church
April 16, 1979
(#79001948)
120 Cleveland Ave., SW.
40°47′54″N 81°22′35″W / 40.798333°N 81.376389°W / 40.798333; -81.376389 (First Methodist Episcopal Church)
Canton Home church of President William McKinley; now known as Church of the Savior
24 First Methodist Episcopal Church
First Methodist Episcopal Church
August 22, 1985
(#85001803)
301 Lincoln Way E.
40°47′50″N 81°31′08″W / 40.797222°N 81.518889°W / 40.797222; -81.518889 (First Methodist Episcopal Church)
Massillon
25 First Methodist Episcopal Church of Alliance, Ohio
First Methodist Episcopal Church of Alliance, Ohio
May 2, 1985
(#85000945)
470 E. Broadway St.
40°55′10″N 81°05′58″W / 40.919444°N 81.099444°W / 40.919444; -81.099444 (First Methodist Episcopal Church of Alliance, Ohio)
Alliance
26 First National Bank Building
First National Bank Building
May 8, 1987
(#87000689)
11 Lincoln Way, W.
40°47′46″N 81°31′23″W / 40.796111°N 81.523056°W / 40.796111; -81.523056 (First National Bank Building)
Massillon
27 First Reformed and First Lutheran Churches
First Reformed and First Lutheran Churches
September 28, 1982
(#82003647)
901 and 909 E. Tuscarawas St.
40°47′51″N 81°22′03″W / 40.7975°N 81.3675°W / 40.7975; -81.3675 (First Reformed and First Lutheran Churches)
Canton First Reformed is now called First Church of the Resurrection
28 Five Oaks
Five Oaks
April 11, 1973
(#73001535)
210 4th St., NE.
40°47′58″N 81°31′07″W / 40.799444°N 81.518611°W / 40.799444; -81.518611 (Five Oaks)
Massillon
29 Fourth Street Historic District
Fourth Street Historic District
March 25, 1982
(#82003654)
Roughly bounded by 3rd, 5th and Cherry St. and Federal Ave.
40°48′04″N 81°31′11″W / 40.801111°N 81.519722°W / 40.801111; -81.519722 (Fourth Street Historic District)
Massillon
30 Frances Apartment Building
Frances Apartment Building
June 6, 1988
(#88000668)
534 Cleveland Ave., SW.
40°47′40″N 81°22′35″W / 40.794444°N 81.376389°W / 40.794444; -81.376389 (Frances Apartment Building)
Canton
31 Garnet B. French House
Garnet B. French House
October 31, 2002
(#02001275)
2410 Cleveland Ave.
40°49′26″N 81°23′01″W / 40.823889°N 81.383611°W / 40.823889; -81.383611 (Garnet B. French House)
Canton
32 Glamorgan
Glamorgan
October 5, 1972
(#72001043)
1025 S. Union Ave.
40°54′42″N 81°06′33″W / 40.911564°N 81.109122°W / 40.911564; -81.109122 (Glamorgan)
Alliance
33 Haines House
Haines House
July 30, 1974
(#74001623)
186 W. Market St.
40°55′15″N 81°06′42″W / 40.920833°N 81.111667°W / 40.920833; -81.111667 (Haines House)
Alliance Haines House website
34 Hartville Hotel
Hartville Hotel
January 3, 1980
(#80003235)
101 N. Prospect St.
40°57′51″N 81°19′51″W / 40.964167°N 81.330833°W / 40.964167; -81.330833 (Hartville Hotel)
Hartville Now known as the Hartville Pie Factory and Restaurant.
35 Harvard Company-Weber Dental Manufacturing Company
Harvard Company-Weber Dental Manufacturing Company
July 21, 1987
(#87001194)
2206 13th St. NE.
40°48′34″N 81°20′52″W / 40.809444°N 81.347778°W / 40.809444; -81.347778 (Harvard Company-Weber Dental Manufacturing Company)
Canton
36 Hercules Motors Corporation Industrial Complex
Hercules Motors Corporation Industrial Complex
June 10, 2005
(#05000575)
101 11th St. SE.
40°47′27″N 81°22′35″W / 40.790833°N 81.376389°W / 40.790833; -81.376389 (Hercules Motors Corporation Industrial Complex)
Canton
37 Hoover Company Historic District
Hoover Company Historic District
July 24, 2013
(#13000538)
101 E. Maple St.
40°52′35″N 81°24′05″W / 40.876389°N 81.401389°W / 40.876389; -81.401389 (Hoover Company Historic District)
North Canton
38 Hoover Farm
Hoover Farm
August 3, 1979
(#79001955)
East of central North Canton on Easton St.
40°52′32″N 81°22′12″W / 40.875556°N 81.370000°W / 40.875556; -81.370000 (Hoover Farm)
North Canton Also known as the Hoover Historical Center[4]
39 Ideal Department Store Building
Ideal Department Store Building
September 10, 1992
(#92001245)
55-59 Lincoln Way E.
40°47′47″N 81°31′20″W / 40.796389°N 81.522222°W / 40.796389; -81.522222 (Ideal Department Store Building)
Massillon
40 Lake Township School
Lake Township School
June 22, 1976
(#76001528)
East of Uniontown at 1101 Lake Center St.
40°57′32″N 81°21′42″W / 40.958889°N 81.361667°W / 40.958889; -81.361667 (Lake Township School)
Lake Township One room schoolhouse established circa 1850[8]
41 Landmark Tavern
Landmark Tavern
March 12, 1982
(#82003648)
501 E. Tuscarawas St.
40°47′52″N 81°22′15″W / 40.797778°N 81.370833°W / 40.797778; -81.370833 (Landmark Tavern)
Canton
42 John H. Lehman High School
John H. Lehman High School
August 24, 2017
(#100001508)
1120 15th St. NW.
40°48′51″N 81°22′59″W / 40.814047°N 81.383114°W / 40.814047; -81.383114 (John H. Lehman High School)
Canton
43 Loew-Define Grocery Store and Home
Loew-Define Grocery Store and Home
November 29, 1979
(#79001954)
202 S. Market St.
40°43′20″N 81°31′05″W / 40.722222°N 81.518056°W / 40.722222; -81.518056 (Loew-Define Grocery Store and Home)
Navarre Home of Justice of the Peace John Loew; site of President William McKinley's first law trial in 1867.
44 Louisville Historic District
Louisville Historic District
November 22, 2011
(#11000856)
Roughly bounded by Chapel, Lincoln, St. Louis Ct., Nickel Plate, E. Gorgas, and Center Ct.
40°50′15″N 81°15′34″W / 40.837578°N 81.259556°W / 40.837578; -81.259556 (Louisville Historic District)
Louisville
45 Brooke and Anna E. Martin House
Brooke and Anna E. Martin House
January 21, 1999
(#98001642)
1627 Market Ave. N.
40°48′57″N 81°22′11″W / 40.815833°N 81.369722°W / 40.815833; -81.369722 (Brooke and Anna E. Martin House)
Canton
46 Massillon Cemetery Building
Massillon Cemetery Building
March 12, 1982
(#82003655)
1827 Erie St. S.
40°46′35″N 81°30′55″W / 40.776389°N 81.515278°W / 40.776389; -81.515278 (Massillon Cemetery Building)
Massillon
46 Massillon Downtown Historic District
Massillon Downtown Historic District
June 8, 2018
(#100002553)
Roughly bounded by 1st, & 3rd Sts., Tremont & Federal Aves.
40°47′51″N 81°31′13″W / 40.797392°N 81.520239°W / 40.797392; -81.520239 (Massillon Downtown Historic District)
Massillon
47 Maudru House
Maudru House
November 25, 1980
(#80003234)
11786 Easton St. in Maximo[9]
40°52′28″N 81°10′36″W / 40.874444°N 81.176667°W / 40.874444; -81.176667 (Maudru House)
Washington Township Maximo's only brick house[10]
48 William McKinley Tomb
William McKinley Tomb
November 10, 1970
(#70000516)
7th St., NW.
40°48′24″N 81°23′33″W / 40.806667°N 81.3925°W / 40.806667; -81.3925 (William McKinley Tomb)
Canton
49 Mellett-Canton Daily News Building
Mellett-Canton Daily News Building
April 21, 1983
(#83002058)
401 W. Tuscarawas St.
40°47′57″N 81°22′35″W / 40.799167°N 81.376389°W / 40.799167; -81.376389 (Mellett-Canton Daily News Building)
Canton
50 John Miller House
John Miller House
July 22, 1994
(#94000775)
9677 Cleveland Ave., NW., in Greentown
40°55′37″N 81°24′11″W / 40.926944°N 81.403056°W / 40.926944; -81.403056 (John Miller House)
Lake Township
51 Mount Union College District
Mount Union College District
October 5, 1972
(#72001044)
Hartshorn St., Miller and Aultman Aves.
40°54′12″N 81°06′34″W / 40.903333°N 81.109444°W / 40.903333; -81.109444 (Mount Union College District)
Alliance
52 New Baltimore Inn
New Baltimore Inn
December 18, 1975
(#75001535)
14722 Ravenna Ave. in New Baltimore
40°59′04″N 81°14′57″W / 40.984444°N 81.249167°W / 40.984444; -81.249167 (New Baltimore Inn)
Marlboro Township
53 Old McKinley High School
Old McKinley High School
June 30, 1982
(#82003649)
800 N. Market St.
40°48′13″N 81°22′20″W / 40.803611°N 81.372222°W / 40.803611; -81.372222 (Old McKinley High School)
Canton
54 Onesto Hotel
Onesto Hotel
July 15, 1982
(#82003650)
2nd and Cleveland, NW.
40°47′56″N 81°22′30″W / 40.798889°N 81.375°W / 40.798889; -81.375 (Onesto Hotel)
Canton
55 Palace Theater
Palace Theater
April 26, 1979
(#79001949)
605 Market Ave., N.
40°48′07″N 81°22′27″W / 40.801944°N 81.374167°W / 40.801944; -81.374167 (Palace Theater)
Canton
56 Robert A. and Elizabeth H. Purcell House
Robert A. and Elizabeth H. Purcell House
October 13, 2004
(#04001146)
2700 Fairway Ln.
40°53′42″N 81°05′33″W / 40.895000°N 81.092500°W / 40.895000; -81.092500 (Robert A. and Elizabeth H. Purcell House)
Alliance
57 Walter S. Putman House
Walter S. Putman House
September 10, 1992
(#92001247)
303 Lawnford Ave.
40°39′18″N 81°38′17″W / 40.655°N 81.638056°W / 40.655; -81.638056 (Walter S. Putman House)
Wilmot
58 Harry S. Renkert House
Harry S. Renkert House
June 18, 1981
(#81000451)
1414 Market Ave., N.
40°48′46″N 81°22′14″W / 40.812889°N 81.370453°W / 40.812889; -81.370453 (Harry S. Renkert House)
Canton Now houses the Greater Canton Amateur Sports Hall of Fame[11]
59 Ridgewood Historic District
Ridgewood Historic District
December 19, 1982
(#82001489)
Bounded by Gibbs Ave., Frazer Ave., 25th St., and 19th St.
40°49′18″N 81°22′14″W / 40.821667°N 81.370556°W / 40.821667; -81.370556 (Ridgewood Historic District)
Canton
60 Rochester Square Historic District
Rochester Square Historic District
October 26, 2005
(#05001187)
6 & 10 Lintner Ct. NW; 14, 207, 212, 222, 228, and 232 Center St. W.
40°43′15″N 81°31′37″W / 40.720833°N 81.526944°W / 40.720833; -81.526944 (Rochester Square Historic District)
Navarre
61 St. Edward Hotel
St. Edward Hotel
May 2, 2005
(#05000024)
400 Market Ave. N.
40°48′02″N 81°22′26″W / 40.800556°N 81.373889°W / 40.800556; -81.373889 (St. Edward Hotel)
Canton
62 St. John's Catholic Church
St. John's Catholic Church
May 27, 1975
(#75001533)
6th St. and McKinley Ave., NW.
40°48′11″N 81°22′39″W / 40.803056°N 81.3775°W / 40.803056; -81.3775 (St. John's Catholic Church)
Canton named a Minor basilica by Holy See in 2012
63 Saint Joseph's Roman Catholic Church
Saint Joseph's Roman Catholic Church
May 21, 2010
(#10000279)
322 3rd St. SE
40°47′40″N 81°31′03″W / 40.794547°N 81.517439°W / 40.794547; -81.517439 (Saint Joseph's Roman Catholic Church)
Massillon
64 St. Louis Church
St. Louis Church
February 22, 1979
(#79001951)
300 N. Chapel St.
40°50′20″N 81°15′33″W / 40.838889°N 81.259167°W / 40.838889; -81.259167 (St. Louis Church)
Louisville
65 St. Mary's Catholic Church
St. Mary's Catholic Church
April 16, 1979
(#79001952)
206 Cherry Rd., NE.
40°48′08″N 81°31′22″W / 40.802222°N 81.522778°W / 40.802222; -81.522778 (St. Mary's Catholic Church)
Massillon
66 St. Paul's Reformed Church
St. Paul's Reformed Church
April 26, 2006
(#06000318)
9669 Erie Ave., SW., south of Navarre
40°40′22″N 81°32′20″W / 40.672778°N 81.538889°W / 40.672778; -81.538889 (St. Paul's Reformed Church)
Bethlehem Township In 2008, was known as St. Paul's Community Church and had only one remaining active member.[12]
67 St. Peter Church
St. Peter Church
March 22, 1990
(#90000472)
720 Cleveland Ave., NW.
40°48′14″N 81°22′29″W / 40.803889°N 81.374722°W / 40.803889; -81.374722 (St. Peter Church)
Canton
68 St. Timothy's Protestant Episcopal Church
St. Timothy's Protestant Episcopal Church
February 22, 1979
(#79001953)
226 SE. 3rd St.
40°47′44″N 81°31′04″W / 40.795556°N 81.517778°W / 40.795556; -81.517778 (St. Timothy's Protestant Episcopal Church)
Massillon
69 Saxton House
Saxton House
April 26, 1979
(#79001950)
331 S. Market St.
40°47′47″N 81°22′33″W / 40.796389°N 81.375833°W / 40.796389; -81.375833 (Saxton House)
Canton
70 August Schuffenecker Building
August Schuffenecker Building
September 2, 1982
(#82003651)
134 6th St. SW.
40°47′41″N 81°22′34″W / 40.794722°N 81.376111°W / 40.794722; -81.376111 (August Schuffenecker Building)
Canton
71 Science Hill School
Science Hill School
July 22, 1994
(#94000776)
11810 Beeson St., west of Alliance
40°55′24″N 81°10′26″W / 40.923333°N 81.173889°W / 40.923333; -81.173889 (Science Hill School)
Lexington Township One-room schoolhouse built circa 1870 operated continuously from 1884 to 1956; the last one-room school in Stark County.[13]
72 Emanuel and Frederick Serquet Farm
Emanuel and Frederick Serquet Farm
December 2, 1982
(#82001490)
North of Wilmot at 14091 Stoneford
40°40′52″N 81°37′42″W / 40.681111°N 81.628333°W / 40.681111; -81.628333 (Emanuel and Frederick Serquet Farm)
Sugar Creek Township
73 Seven Ranges Terminus
Seven Ranges Terminus
December 12, 1976
(#76001527)
West of Magnolia at the junction of Stark, Tuscarawas, and Carroll counties
40°39′07″N 81°19′05″W / 40.651944°N 81.318056°W / 40.651944; -81.318056 (Seven Ranges Terminus)
Pike and Sandy Townships Extends into Carroll and Tuscarawas counties
74 Spring Hill
Spring Hill
April 14, 1972
(#72001045)
Wales Rd., NE.
40°48′45″N 81°30′23″W / 40.812428°N 81.506281°W / 40.812428; -81.506281 (Spring Hill)
Massillon
75 Stahl-Hoagland House
Stahl-Hoagland House
February 6, 1997
(#96001621)
330 W. Wooster St.
40°43′29″N 81°31′43″W / 40.724722°N 81.528611°W / 40.724722; -81.528611 (Stahl-Hoagland House)
Navarre Built in 1834 by Ohio and Erie Canal boat captain William Stahl. Purchased in 1881 by Marquis L. Hoagland, another canal worker. Now owned by the son of Hoagland's youngest daughter.[14]
76 Stark County Courthouse and Annex
Stark County Courthouse and Annex
April 3, 1975
(#75001534)
Market and Tuscarawas Sts.
40°47′56″N 81°22′31″W / 40.798889°N 81.375278°W / 40.798889; -81.375278 (Stark County Courthouse and Annex)
Canton
77 Harry Bartlett Stewart Property
Harry Bartlett Stewart Property
April 29, 1982
(#82003653)
13480 Congress Lake Rd., northeast of Hartville
40°58′46″N 81°18′17″W / 40.979444°N 81.304722°W / 40.979444; -81.304722 (Harry Bartlett Stewart Property)
Lake Township
78 Third Street Bridge
Third Street Bridge
May 5, 1978
(#78002192)
3rd St., SE.
40°47′37″N 81°21′30″W / 40.793611°N 81.358333°W / 40.793611; -81.358333 (Third Street Bridge)
Canton Demolished
79 Henry H. Timken Estate Barn
Henry H. Timken Estate Barn
December 29, 1978
(#78002193)
13th St., NW. and Interstate 77
40°48′42″N 81°23′58″W / 40.811697°N 81.399308°W / 40.811697; -81.399308 (Henry H. Timken Estate Barn)
Canton
80 The Town Pump of East Sparta
The Town Pump of East Sparta
April 1, 2009
(#09000172)
Junction of Walnut Street and Main Avenue
40°40′00″N 81°21′11″W / 40.666722°N 81.353194°W / 40.666722; -81.353194 (The Town Pump of East Sparta)
East Sparta
81 Trinity Lutheran Church
Trinity Lutheran Church
August 23, 1985
(#85001802)
415 W. Tuscarawas St.
40°47′58″N 81°22′40″W / 40.799444°N 81.377778°W / 40.799444; -81.377778 (Trinity Lutheran Church)
Canton
82 Upper Downtown Canton Historic District
Upper Downtown Canton Historic District
June 7, 2006
(#06000202)
Market Ave., between Sixth St. N. and 2nd St. S., east to west variable boundary
40°48′06″N 81°22′32″W / 40.801667°N 81.375556°W / 40.801667; -81.375556 (Upper Downtown Canton Historic District)
Canton
83 Vicary House
Vicary House
March 15, 1982
(#82003652)
3730 Market Ave. N.
40°50′21″N 81°21′52″W / 40.839167°N 81.364444°W / 40.839167; -81.364444 (Vicary House)
Canton
84 Werner Inn
Werner Inn
September 17, 1987
(#87001635)
131 E. Nassau St.
40°47′15″N 81°17′00″W / 40.7875°N 81.283333°W / 40.7875; -81.283333 (Werner Inn)
East Canton
85 Wilmot United Brethren Church
Wilmot United Brethren Church
June 22, 1976
(#76001529)
Massillon St. (U.S. Route 62)
40°39′24″N 81°37′55″W / 40.656667°N 81.631944°W / 40.656667; -81.631944 (Wilmot United Brethren Church)
Wilmot

Former listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Case Mansion Upload image July 21, 1987
(#87001191)
July 26, 1990 1717 Market Ave. N.
40°49′01″N 81°18′26″W / 40.8169°N 81.3073°W / 40.8169; -81.3073 (Case Mansion)
Canton
2 Hotel Courtland
Hotel Courtland
July 21, 1987
(#87001195)
January 31, 1995 209 W. Tuscarawas St.
40°47′55″N 81°22′33″W / 40.7985878°N 81.3758469°W / 40.7985878; -81.3758469 (Hotel Courtland)
Canton Razed in 1992; also known as the Hotel St. Francis
3 William Kettering Homestead
William Kettering Homestead
January 11, 1983
(#83002057)
April 18, 1990 North of Massillon at 5509 Wales Ave.
40°51′48″N 81°29′07″W / 40.8633°N 81.4852°W / 40.8633; -81.4852 (William Kettering Homestead)
Jackson Township Relocated to 7753 Fulton Dr., NW, in Jackson Township

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes from USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on July 13, 2018.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ a b National Park Service (2008-04-24). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ "Village of Brewster, Ohio: The WANDLE House". Village of Brewster, Ohio. Retrieved 2008-09-24. 
  7. ^ Winerip, Michael (1996-06-28). "His Most Powerful Drive Was to Play, With Pride". The New York Times. Retrieved 2008-08-25. 
  8. ^ "Lake Township Historical Society: One-Room Schoolhouse No. 12". Lake Township Historical Society. Retrieved 2008-09-25. 
  9. ^ Property Record Card: Parcel 7503274, Stark County Auditor, n.d. Accessed 2014-10-28.
  10. ^ Owen, Lorrie K., ed. Dictionary of Ohio Historic Places. Vol. 2. St. Clair Shores: Somerset, 1999, 1290.
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  12. ^ Duer, Benjamin (2008-08-10). "See the one-man church". The State Journal-Register. Retrieved 2008-08-26. 
  13. ^ "Science Hill School". Rodman Public Library. 2000-10-23. Archived from the original on 2008-07-27. Retrieved 2008-08-25. 
  14. ^ "Ohio and Erie Canal National Heritage Corridor: Stahl-Hoagland House". National Park Service. Retrieved 2008-08-26.