East Canton, Ohio

East Canton (On the Highway since 1913) Pop: 1,600

East Canton (pop: 1,600) Originally Osnaburg until citizens changed it's name in World War I because it sounded too German, East Canton was laid out in 1806 as the second village in Stark County. It rivaled Canton in growth until Canton was selected the County Seat in 1808.

  •  Patty's Place Restaurant just east of town on the Lincoln Highway (rt. 30)

  • Near the Cedar St. and Nassau St. intersection is a concrete Lincoln Highway post. One of only three such posts still at their original location in Ohio.

  • Don't miss the brick sections of original Lincoln Highway near Robertsville, Ohio

One of only three concrete markers in Ohio at it's original location.