Exhibits

TRUMBULL COUNTY MUSEUM

Reflections of Trumbull County

"Reflections of Trumbull County" is a semi-permanent exhibit located in the lower level of the John Stark Edwards House. The Museum is open during normal operating hours and showcases Trumbull County's collective history from prehistory to the Connecticut Western Reserve to the present.

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Remembering a community forms a large part of how history is explained. From histories past around a family dinner table to public forums and personal letters, our past is evaluated through preserved recollections that become part of our collective identity.

Reflect. Create a vision.

Share your own stories.

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A CORNER OF PROGRESS: PARK AND DANA

This exhibit explores the development and change of one lot in downtown Warren, the corner of N. Park and Dana. From a country lot owned by the Perkins family to the hub of industry, this one lot showcases the rise of Warren's industrial age... and challenges us to question what it could be in the future.