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Burton is a town in the state of Ohio. The small town, which had a population of less than 1,500 in 2010, has an unusual history. It dates back to the late 18th century but the most notable event that took place in the city was the Supreme Court case Zacchini vs. Scripps-Howard Broadcasting Co. involving an incident at the county fair.

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Map of Burton (Ohio)

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By Car[edit]

Burton lies on SR87 between Cleveland and the Pennsylvania-Ohio border.

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A log cabin






  • 1 The Red Maple Inn, toll-free: +1-888-646-2753. Located in the woods, the Red Maple Inn offers country lodging within the fourth largest Amish community in the world.


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