Joe Rutter shared a link. January 4 at 6:11 PM
I was doing some web searching and came across this link to an English potteries history page that details much of the early ELO industrial history. I realize this is common knowledge to members of this group but I found the English perspective on the ELO story interesting
Sarah Webster Vodrey Pottery Capital of the nation! 1. More potteries and pottery related businesses in Columbiana and Hancock Counties than anywhere else in the USA
2. More ware made there from the 1880s to the present than anywhere else in the nation too.
There are a number of pottery centers (Trenton, NJ; Zanesville, OH, and more), but one capital region.
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