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Episode 08

The Perkins family migrated from Connecticut and settled in Warren, Their name has become embedded in the fabric of the city and while living in Warren the family incurred both triumphs and disasters. This week’s guest is Eliza Kirkpatrick, a retired nurse and descendant of…

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Episode 07

This can’t miss, family friendly event will feature grape-stomping competition, children’s activities, music by the Youngstown Saxon Brass Band, and of course, a copious amount of BEER! Each ticket purchase includes two drink tokens and German inspired cuisine. Children ages 12 and under are FREE!

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Episode 06

From Case Western Reserve University to Western Reserve High School, the Connecticut ‘Western Reserve’ is a term that most people have heard before. But what does it mean? Join us with the Curator of Collections at the Litchfield Historical Society, Alex Dubois, as we talk…

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Episode 05

Ernie Hall is Ohio’s unsung aviator. An inventor, teacher, and mechanic, he spent 50 years employed in aviation. From working with the Wright Brothers to training pilots during World War I and World War II, Hall left a legacy that continues through the Ernie Hall…

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Episode 04

Kenneth Patchen was an American poet and novelist who experimented with different forms of writing and incorporated painting, drawing, and jazz music into his works. He received an award for life-long contribution to American letters from the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities. …

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Episode 03

The oldest remaining house in Warren, the John Stark Edwards House, dates to 1807, but the Edwards Family left an infamous legacy much earlier than that. Join us with Professor Ava Chamberlain as we dive into her book The Notorious Elizabeth Tuttle: Marriage, Murder, and…

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Episode 02

James Ward and William Doud Packard left a legacy in Warren through Packard Electric Company and Packard Motor Car Company. They were a product of their time while driving innovation and engineering to new levels and leaving a lasting legacy on the city today. Join…

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Episode 01

Clarence Darrow remains one of Trumbull County’s most controversial figures. Known as the “Attorney of the Damned,” Darrow left a national legacy that started with his childhood in Kinsman, Ohio. This podcast dives into Darrow’s upbringing and career with guests Donna & Gary Moss.…

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