Join us Saturday, November 30th as we welcome Mark Holland of the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum for his lecture “Lawyer, Prosecutor, Friend: William McKinley’s Stop in Stark County that Lasted Forever….” Mark illustrates with sight and sound a part of William McKinley’s life in Canton before he places himself on the national scene as a Congressman, Governor of Ohio, and President of the United States. You will be transported back to Canton, Ohio in the late 1860s just after the Civil War. You will experience more about how William McKinley chose Canton, Ohio as his home and place to “Hang his Shingle,” his success as a Stark County Prosecutor, and his marriage to Ida Saxton.
The 2019 McKinley History Speakers Series is presented by the McKinley Memorial Museum and the McKinley Memorial Library. The events will take place in the Auditorium on the National McKinley Birthplace Memorial grounds.
All programs are free, open to the public, and handicap accessible. The museum is located in the balcony of the auditorium. The balconies and restrooms are not handicap accessible. The first floor of the auditorium is handicap accessible.
The McKinley Memorial Museum will be open for tours before and after the program.
RSVP by calling the Museum at 330.652.4273 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by clicking here.
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