Sandusky, Ohio

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     Sandusky, Ohio, started out as a trading post between the British and Indians.

     Prior to the abolition of slavery in the United States, Sandusky was a major stop on the Underground Railroad. As depicted in Harriet Beecher Stowe’s novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin, many slaves seeking to reach freedom in Canada made their way to Sandusky, where they boarded boats crossing Lake Erie to the port of Amherstburg in Ontario._DSC3494

     One of the city’s attractions is the Museum of Merry Go Rounds

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Technical Stuff

Harmony, PA. to Sandusky, OH 175.3 miles

3 hours 21 minutes

10.9 MPG

 

4 thoughts on “Sandusky, Ohio

  1. Even though i don’t ride marry-go-round, i’d love to see them. Isn’t sandusky famous for something else?

    Tami

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