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 Oberlin, Ohio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The second largest employer in Oberlin (after the eponymous College), is the Federal Aviation Administration, which houses an Air Route Traffic Control Center in the town.
This particular center is the largest air traffic control center in the country, and oversees the airspace over 6 states and a small part of Canada.
United States President James Buchanan personally requested that the group (now referred to by sympathetic parties as "the Rescuers") be prosecuted, and 37 of them were eventually tried and convicted by an all-Democrat jury.
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 Oberlin College - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oberlin was the first college in the United States to regularly admit African-American students (1835), and is also the oldest continuously-operating coeducational institution.
Oberlin's football team was the first team coached by legendary coach John Heisman, who led the team to a 7–0 record in 1892.
Oberlin attained prominence because of the influence of its second president, the evangelist Charles Finney, after whom one of the College's chapels, also a prominent performance space, is named.
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 Oberlin - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Oberlin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The life of the town revolves around Oberlin College, founded in 1833 as the first coeducational liberal arts college in the world, and noted for its conservatory of music.
Oberlin was an antislavery centre before the American Civil War and an important station on the Underground Railroad network, providing sanctuary and assistance for escaped fl slaves.
Gray was a professional inventor, a highly competent man who had begun his career as a flsmith's apprentice, and risen to be a professor of Oberlin.
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 Preserve America Community: Oberlin, Ohio
Main Street Oberlin, Inc. uses community resources to strengthen and broaden the economic base of downtown Oberlin, and to entice residents and visitors to use the district while preserving its historic integrity.
The historic Oberlin Railroad Depot, which served passengers from 1866 to 1949, is adaptively re-used as a community center and Oberlin recently received Federal transportation funding to renovate the 1889 Roundhouse (Gasholder) Building which will serve as a welcome center.
Oberlin was recently named one of the National Trust for Historic Preservation's Dozen Distinctive Destinations for 2004.
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 Oberlin, OH - Ohio Florists, buy flowers from your local full service retail flower shops and florist serving Oberlin , ...
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 Hotel in Oberlin, Ohio, the Oberlin Inn on the Oberlin College Campus
Whether you are prospecting schools, planning a wedding or weekend retreat, or conducting business, the Oberlin Inn is ideally located on the lovely campus of Oberlin College and within walking distance to the downtown Oberlin business district.
The Oberlin Inn has a history of serving the academic and business community since the founding of Oberlin College in 1833.
Oberlin, Ohio was named one of the National Trust's Dozen Distinctive Destinations for 2004
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 Dozen Distinctive Destinations at National Trust for Historic Preservation - Oberlin, Ohio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Often called "the most cosmopolitan small town in America," the community was founded in 1833 - at the same time as Oberlin College, one of the nation's leading liberal arts colleges and the first institution of higher education to open its doors to all students regardless of color.
Built in 1842, First Church served as the meeting place for the Oberlin Anti-Slavery Society, and nearby Westwood Cemetery is the final resting place of former slaves and famous abolitionists.
"Oberlin may be a small town, but it played a large role in the history of 19th- and 20th-century America," said National Trust President Richard Moe.
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Its famous educational institute had a primary and a secondary school and a "college department" when, in 1834, it absorbed most of the Lane rebels to form a theological seminary.
Could be said to bound Ohio on 1-1/2 sides -- forming the whole southern border, and going halfway up the eastern border.
Many "one-way" rafts were built at Wheeling, VA (now WV), an important terminus of the National Road, to float families, or groups of individuals, west to Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois.
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 Oberlin Ohio Process Servers - ServeNow.com
Service of process is the delivery of these Ohio legal documents such as summons, complaints, subpoenas, orders to show cause, writs and other court documents.
The Oberlin Ohio process servers on ServeNow.com offer a number of services related to civil procedure and service of process aside from just legal document delivery in Oberlin.
Oberlin Process Servers make daily trips to County Courts, Ohio County Clerks, Oberlin Municipal Courts, Oberlin Criminal Courts, Ohio Supreme Courts and Ohio Courts of Appeals.
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 Relocating and Moving to Oberlin, Ohio
1835 Oberlin becomes involved in the anti-slavery movement, and during the next 25 years the colony and institution function as a unit in the underground railroad.
1841 4 women are the first to receive the Bachelor of Arts Degree in the U.S. Oberlin is incorporated as a village, with townspeople electing a city council and a mayor to conduct all civic matters.
1852 A railroad is constructed through Oberlin from Toledo to Grafton 1854 John Mercer Langston becomes the first fl lawyer in the United States After leaving Oberlin and going to Virginia in 1871, he became the first fl admitted to practice law before the U.S. Supreme Court.
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 Oberlin, Ohio OH, city profile (Lorain County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Ohio > All counties > Lorain County > Oberlin
Oberlin is a city in Lorain County, in the Cleveland-Elyria metro area.
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Oberlin was $20,704, compared with $21,587 nationally.
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 Oberlin Inn, Oberlin, Ohio Hotels.
The Oberlin Inn is a Mobil 3-star rated property large enough to provide full hotel, restaurant, lounge and meeting services, yet small enough to recognize each and every visitor as a special guest.
Ohio Route 10 west to Oberlin or I-90 west to route 58 south.
Ohio Route 2 to 58 then south on 58 to Oberlin.
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 Oberlin, Ohio (Cities)
Oberlin is located in northern Ohio in western Lorain County 30 miles southwest of Cleveland and 20 miles northwest of Medina along Highway 58.
For those seeking higher education, the town is host to Oberlin College.
Oberlin was one of a handful of cities to host the annual summer pageantry known as the Ohio Chatauqua.
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 Johann Friedrich Oberlin --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Born into a middle-class family, Oberlin studied theology and graduated from the University of Strasbourg in 1758.
It was founded in 1833 as the Oberlin Collegiate Institute to educate ministers and schoolteachers for the West.
In 1767, in what is now the Alsatian region of France, Johann Friedrich Oberlin organized an infant school called the salle d'asile (“hall of refuge”) for the care and schooling of small...
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 The Legacy Health Foundation in Oberlin, Ohio -- Not Just Feeding, but Healing, the Hungry
Ohio Virtual Academy offers the Othello state-funded online homeschool program with complete curriculum from K-12, textbooks and materials provided free, free tuition, free loaner computer, guidance from certified teachers, and educational tools.
LCT is free with an Oberlin College ID. It leaves Oberlin from the corner of E. College and Pleasant St., and can be flagged by waving from anywhere along the route.
Oberlin Bike Co-Op, 145 North Main St., in the back basement of Keep Cottage, 440-775-5351 -- Rents bikes to residents and students, and offers members the use of tools and parts for bike repair.
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 Time for online dating Oberlin?
There are 7,248 adults in Oberlin and 59% of them are unmarried.
Every person from Oberlin who becomes a member of this dating service takes a unique compatibility test devised by psychologist Dr Glenn Wilson, of the University of London.
Then when you search for someone who matches your broad preferences, you will discover how compatible each of the people in the search are with you.
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 Welcome to the City of Oberlin
The City of Oberlin website has been rejuvenated with a new look and the beginning of more detailed features.
It is the City's intent to rehabilitate the site of the Gasholder Building to develop a "Park and Ride" facility for bicyclist, in-line skaters and pedestrians and to develop an Underground Railroad Center which is a historical transportation network and a part of the American Cultural experiences.
Oberlin, Ohio is honored to have been chosen by the National Trust of Historical Preservation as one of the twelve communities across the country designated that offers Americans enjoyable natural, historic, aesthetic, recreational, and cultural experiences.
www.cityofoberlin.com   (278 words)

  
 NewsNet5.com - Education - High School Retains Black Teacher For Black History Class
EDT July 29, 2003 -- The suggestion of a white teacher for an African-American studies class at Oberlin High School has captured national headlines and sparked a touchy racial issue.
There had been uncertainty over who would teach the course when it was reported over the weekend that the fl teacher would be transferred due to a "scheduling conflict." Race became an issue after a white teacher was suggested for the course and many Oberlin parents became upset, saying it would send the wrong message.
The fl history teacher has taught the history course at Oberlin for seven years.
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 RIN:011 Restoration Workshop at Oberlin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Oberlin College has graciously provided a spacious, well-lighted sculpture lab and a shop equipped with the necessary power tools for the Stringed Instrument Restoration Workshop.
Housed in the Mudd Library on the Oberlin College Campus, this collection is perhaps the largest of its kind in the world.
On the final evening of the workshop a special dinner was prepared by the participants in honor of the instructors and those at Oberlin College who had made the workshop possible.
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 Cheap Flights to Oberlin, Ohio - TripAdvisor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Our Oberlin hotels page presents hotels ranked by popularity - read traveler reviews and guidebooks.
TripAdvisor's Oberlin restaurants page shows you the best local places to dine.
Visit our Oberlin forum page to ask questions and get advice about Oberlin travel.
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 Oberlin, Ohio (OH) Detailed Profile - travel and real estate info, jobs, hotels, hospitals, weather, schools, crime, ...
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 Oberlin schools
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 OBERLIN Ohio Hotels Lodging Travel & City Guide
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 Electronic Oberlin Group
The Lane Debates and Oberlin's Commitment to Racial Egalitarianism
The photographs and drawings provided by the Oberlin College Archives for the EOG website may be downloaded for educational use in the Oberlin School District classrooms.
Images from the Oberlin College Archives are protected by copyright laws.
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 Oberlin Inn Oberlin Ohio
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