Happy Presidents’ Day from DaytonDUI
Ohio is the birthplace of seven U.S. Presidents and home to many historical sites that you may want to visit over this long weekend. Beginning with U. S. Grant and continuing through Garfield , Hayes, Benjamin Harrison, McKinley, Taft and Harding , Ohio has had more than it share of presidential history. When it comes to celebrating Presidents Day in Ohio, the McKinley Presidential Museum and Library in Canton is a good place to start. At the At the William Howard Taft National Historic Site you can take a tour of Taft House where the 27th President of the U. S. (and also the only president to ever also later serve as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court ) , lived for much of his pre-presidential life. Visiting Grant’s birthplace in Point Pleasant is not like visiting one of the more elaborate presidential estates like Monticello or Mount Vernon, but the house and its contents give witness to the kind of man U. S Grant was. The Rutherford B. Hayes Museum was completed in 1916 and was the first presidential museum built in the U. S. It includes Hayes memorabilia but also interesting artifacts about the history of Ohio. Wherever you find yourself visiting this weekend, take some time to thank our leaders for leaving a legacy of freedom that we can pass on to our children.
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