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Hale Farm and Village

10825 East Blvd., Bath, OH 44106

Hale Farm and Village is a historic property of the Western Reserve Historical Society in Summit County, Ohio. It is within the boundaries of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Hale Farm was the original homestead of Jonathan Hale, a Connecticut farmer who migrated to the Western Reserve in 1810. The eastern half of Hale Farm and Village is a living history museum that has a variety of historical buildings, most relocated from elsewhere. This recreated village is called Wheatfield. Interpreters in the village re-enact Ohio life between 1861 and 1865. Hale Farm and Village also has demonstrations of various 19th century trades such as candle, broom, and brick making, glass blowing, and a blacksmith shop.

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