President McKinley was born in Niles and retired in Canton Ohio. The pictures on the left will direct you to websites with details on the sites related to him.

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 Niles Ohio  is home to the Mckinley Memorial Library and Museum. It also hosts a memorial and the birthplace.  I enjoyed my visit here the two sites are very close.

 

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The McKinley Presidential library and museum is located in Canton,Ohio. This site is the most fun for this series.They have dinosaurs, a planetarium and displays on the county history. Along with allot about William McKinley of course.  Something for everyone ;Ive been here many times over the years and its always fun. Click on the picture for more information.

 

 

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 President Mckinleys Monument and final resting place are in Canton Ohio. It is a spectacular structure and hard to miss. The exit is right off Rt 77 and the monument is behind Timken Mercy Hospital. You can see the dome from the highway,

 

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 The First Ladies Library also maintains the home of Ida McKinley. This was the home McKinley lived in while serving in the House of Representatives.

 

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 Camp Chase was a civil war camp; 3 Presidents Trained here in cluding Hayes, Garfield and McKinley.  The Site is located outside Columbus Ohio.

 

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 Pomeroy Ohio is the site where both Hayes and McKinley served with the 23rd Ohio and met the Forces of Morgans Raid. Not much here but a marker but it is a nice area.

 
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