On the trail

On the trail

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On Saturday, April 16 at 1 p.m., the County Line Historical Society of Wayne/Holmes will host the second of five programs that are presented annually, free of charge and open to the public. The program will be held at the Historic Shreve Presbyterian Church, 343 N. Market St., Shreve.

Robert Haag of Doylestown will be the keynote speaker on Indian Trails of Wayne and Holmes County. These include historic Delaware Indian trails including portions of Crawford’s Trail from Holmesville to O’Dells Lake and beyond to Sandusky, Route 39 to Loudonville, the Great Trail through Wooster, buffalo trails and Buffalo Ridge.

Haag received a BS in education from the University of Akron and an M.Ed. from Ohio University and has been a member of the Archaeological Society of Ohio for over 40 years serving as a trustee for the organization in addition to writing numerous articles for “Ohio Archaeologist” quarterly. Over the last 15 years, he published “Footpaths to Ancient Campsites in Copley Township Ohio” and a three-volume set containing compilations of Ohio’s prehistoric artifact auctions from 1972-92. A collector of prehistoric relics since childhood, he is an authority on many types of Ohio’s prehistoric relics.

Haag will have his books for sale and others on display. For more information call 330-464-4382.

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