Canton, located in northeastern Ohio, is situated in the Nimishillen Creek. In 1805 Canton was founded and became a manufacturing center with a number of railroad lines. When heavy manufacturing declined, Canton’s industry became a service economy with retail, education, financial and healthcare. Canton’s population has declined from over 80,000 people in 2000 to 78,319. Still, Canton is in 8th most populated place among the other cities in Ohio. Explore the states from home when you visit the Ohio yellow pages.
There are many interesting sites in Canton like the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the First Ladies National Historic Site. Find out more about Canton and other Ohio cities in the business directory. For an aesthetic experience try out the Canton Museum of Art which focuses on 19th and 20th Century American artists. Also check out the McKinley National Monument and the McKinley Presidential Library and Museum. The Westfield Belden Village formerly known as “The Strip” offers an extraordinary shopping experience, while downtown Canton has a number of high end boutique jewelry galleries such as Gaser Jewelers and Julz by Alan Rodriguez.
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