Ohio’s Western Reserve was described as a “near Eden” by the New England surveyors who assessed the nearly 3 million acres for the Connecticut Land Co. in the late 18th century.  Although the landscape was similar to the New England countryside, it also offered plenty of waterways, a diversity of wildlife and thick fo...


In the mid-1820s, northeast Ohio was welcoming terrain for New England craftsmen. The sheer survival of the pioneer era had given way to small villages and larger urban centers, and as the population expanded, so did the demand for utilitarian kitchen containers and utensils. Kiln-fired stoneware was the preferred ch...

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