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Youngstown Police Department Register Books

The Youngstown Police Department made a stop at The Tyler History Center this morning!

Don’t worry, they were just dropping off over 100 register books – Archivist Pam Speis is working on organizing them by date, and the earliest she’s found (so far) is 1904.

These books include officers present for Roll Calls and people brought in for booking.

These are available to researchers in the Archives Library at the Tyler History Center – stop by Tuesday-Saturday from Noon to 4:00 p.m.

Recipes of Youngstown Cookbooks

Recipes of Youngstown cookbooks make great gifts! Purchase individual books or get a discount when you purchase a full set of all three volumes!  Each volume contains different recipes, stories and photos from the ever growing Recipes of Youngstown Facebook Group.  Shipping is via USPS Priority Mail.

To allow for delivery, please place all holiday orders by December 10th.

Volume 1

$20.00 each

Volume 2

$20.00 each

Volume 3

$23.00 each

Cookbook Set

Cookbook set includes one of each book at a discount rate of $19.50 per book.

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Civil War Exploration

Travel back to one of our nation’s most trying times. Students will explore five areas of Civil War history guided by a museum educator: slavery, soldier’s life, civilian life, politics, and the aftermath. Each station features local history stories, artifacts, images, maps, and much more. This program is best suited for Eighth Grade and above (can be adapted for younger grades if needed and above and is one hour long.

Artifacts include:
• Primary source images, maps, documents, letters, newspaper articles
• Reproduction clothing, tools, and accessories

To Schedule:
Traci Manning
330-743-2489 x121


The Underground Railroad

This program highlights the region’s important influence during the early and mid-19th century. A museum educator will introduce students to area leaders, politicians, and abolitionists along with those risking everything to find freedom from slavery. This program features a PowerPoint slide show presentation and interactive primary source elements. The program is best suited for Eighth Grade and above (can be adapted for younger grades if needed) and is one hour long.

Artifacts include:

  • Primary source images
  • maps
  • posters, and propaganda

To Schedule:
Traci Manning
330-743-2589 x121