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Picture Gallery:

Paintings below are the work of Donald Thomas, Greenville artist.


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Freighter boat and mules on the Erie Extension Canal 1840-1871.


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View of Main Street Greenville 3 years before the close of the Erie Extension Canal. A bridge over the canal is visible in the center of the picture.(1868)


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A view along the little Shenango River in the early 1870's. The Goodwin millrace is visable in the foreground as is the canal towpath and the Greenville Hall, Thiel College.


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A pre-civil war iron furnace. In 1846 there were at least 10 furnaces such as this one operating. Coal and pig iron were shipped on the canal until the canal closed down in 1871.


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Grist Mill circa 1845 designed and built by Kenneth L. Mincer. Special thanks to Hodge Foundry for casting the gears and wheel spiders.

Guard Lock #10 in Winter

Guard Lock #10
This is the last remaining lock from the Erie Extension Canal. Interested visitors will find it in nearby Sharpsville, Pennsylvania along the Shenango River.
Rufus S. Reed:
 
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