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Historic Kirtland Village

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Historic Kirtland Village
Newel K. Whitney Home, Kirtland, Ohio - June 2006.jpg
Newel K. Whitney Home
LocationKirtland Flats, Kirtland,
Lake County, Ohio,
 United States
Coordinates41°37′45″N 81°21′42″W / 41.629185°N 81.361678°W / 41.629185; -81.361678
Years of significance1831-1838
Restored2000-2003
Governing bodyThe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Site location within Ohio, USA

Historic Kirtland Village, located in Kirtland, Lake County, Ohio, is the name given to a historic site (itself made up of historic buildings and sites important to the early Latter Day Saint movement). The village is owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church).

History

The LDS Church purchased the first property in the village, the Newel K. Whitney Store, in the late 1970s, and restored it in 1984.[1][2] In the years since then, the LDS Church acquired more historic buildings and property in the area. In April 2000, plans were announced to restore the remaining buildings, while reconstructing others, and building a new visitors center. Following the completion of the project, LDS Church president Gordon B. Hinckley dedicated the site on May 18, 2003.[3]

In 2018, Historic Kirtland Village exhibited nearly 600 nativity displays from around the world as part of an annual Christmas tradition in its 10th year.[4]

List of buildings

  • Visitors' Center
  • Newel K. Whitney Store (restored)
  • Newel K. Whitney Home (restored)[5]
  • John Johnson Inn (rebuilt)
  • Schoolhouse (rebuilt)
  • Sawmill (rebuilt): Some of the original foundation stones were used in the reconstruction of the sawmill.[6]
  • Ashery (rebuilt): Located a hundred yards from the Newel K. Whitney Store and historically a major source of revenue.[6]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Newel K. Whitney Store". Mormon Historic Sites Registry. Mormon Historic Sites Foundation. Retrieved 8 April 2011.
  2. ^ Anderson, Karl Ricks (2002). "Historic Kirtland Taking Shape". Site & Scene. Mormon Historic Sites Foundation. 4 (1). Retrieved 8 April 2011.
  3. ^ Shaun D. Stahle (24 May 2003). "Historic Kirtland, Ohio: Once-bustling community restored to 1830s beauty". Church News. Retrieved 8 April 2011.
  4. ^ Ewinger, James. "Nativity sets from around the world decorate historic Mormon village in Lake County, Ohio", Cleveland Plain Dealer, 12 January 2019. Retrieved on 21 March 2020.
  5. ^ Staker, Mark (2003). "Thou Art the Man: Newel K. Whitney in Ohio". BYU Studies. 42 (1): 74–138. Retrieved 11 October 2017.
  6. ^ a b Mays, Kenneth. "Picturing history: Sawmill in historic Kirtland, Ohio", Deseret News, 6 June 2017. Retrieved on 21 March 2020.

External links

Media related to Historic Kirtland Village at Wikimedia Commons

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