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Based via an adventurer and named for a progressive warfare hero, Van Wert County has obvious lots of pleasure because 1821. The transformation from local American camps and swampland to thriving farms and companies occurred quickly. classic postcards revealed among the 1870s and Nineteen Fifties seize moments of labor and relaxation, civic delight, and personal get together.
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