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By Dawn Kessinger news@the419.com Thomas Richard Schoonover was the second son born in 1888 to John Schoonover, an attorney in Wapakoneta. After briefly attending college and...

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By Dawn Kessinger news@the419.com Bessie Catt Crayton, who was a Lima schoolteacher and an active member of the Woman’s Suffrage Movement in Allen County, was...

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By Mark Andrews Tribune Content Agency Sept. 24: ON THIS DATE in 1957, President Eisenhower ordered federal troops to help desegregate schools in Little Rock, Ark....

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MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel • On Oct. 11, 1809, explorer Meriwether Lewis dies under mysterious circumstances at Grinder's Tavern in Tennessee. Most historians...

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By Dawn Kessinger news@the419.com LIMA - Dr. Joseph C. Bradfield arrived in Lima in 1912 and was one of the first black physicians to serve the...
Benjamin Faurot portrait

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By Kate Ellis Finding Faurot: The Rise and Fall of one of Lima's Greatest Contributors "One of early Lima's leading businessmen Benjamin C. Faurot led the way...