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Many of the County Links on the left will keep you specifically in or near Findlay and Hancock County, Ohio. We add new listings and links on a regular basis so bookmark this page so check back often. Hancocks County was named for John Hancock, the first signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Hancock County is located in northwestern Ohio. It is predominantly rural, with only 1.4 percent of the county's 531 square miles consisting of urban areas. The county seat is Findlay. With a population of about 39,000 people, Findlay is the county's largest community. Today, Findlay is known as "Flag City USA". In the 1960s, a man named John Cooke moved to Findlay. Believing that every American should fly the American flag on Flag Day, Cooke worked to provide everyone in the community with a small flag. The designation was made official with a resolution of the U.S. House of Representatives on May 7, 1974. Residents of Findlay are still proud of their town's nickname to this day.

The largest employers in Hancock County are manufacturing businesses, followed closely by sales positions and service industries. During the late nineteenth century, county residents earned their livings drilling for natural gas. By the early twentieth centuries, the residents had extracted the natural gas, ending this industry in the county.

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In 1995 the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame museum opened in Cleveland, commemorating Ohio's contributory past to the art, including being the location of the first live rock 'n roll concert in 1952.

A day in Ohio Amish Country is like stepping back in time - share the roads with horses and buggies and shop for Amish-made goods. You'll find them in Holmes County, Ohio. For outdoor adventure Hocking Hills in Hocking County is the Canopy Tour Capital of the Midwest. More than 50 ziplines provide a bird's eye view of breathtaking landscape as you fly from tree top to tree top. Take a traditional canopy tour along 5 to 11 ziplines through the tree canopy over caves and waterfalls. We also make our entire database available to you on your cell, so if you are on the road use VISNETMP.COM.

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