Please join us April 12 at 12:00 pm for the next event in the Reeder Speaker Series
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The Sutliff Museum interprets the history of the antislavery movement and the Victorian era from the perspective of the Sutliff family. Arriving in Trumbull County as pioneers, the Sutliffs rose to local, state, and national prominence. They were activists, educators, and politicians who made remarkable contributions to American history and especially to the antislavery movement.
Melissa Karman is the Director of the Sutliff Museum in Warren, Ohio, and serves as the Region 4 Representative of the Ohio Local History Alliance. She received her MA degree in Applied History from YSU (2011).
“History Happened Here” is an ongoing series that explores subjects in local and regional history, highlighting the contributions of Ohio and Ohioans at important moments in national and world history. For more information, contact email@example.com