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Carrollton Real Estate
Founded in 1815, Carrollton originally was known as Centretown. Upon the formation of Carroll County in 1832, Centretown residents changed the community's name to Carrollton.
Despite eventually having a railroad that connected Carrollton with the rest of Ohio, the town remained small throughout the nineteenth century. Three newspapers, five churches, and one bank existed in the town. In October 1887, the townspeople boasted that no saloons existed in their community and that there was not a single criminal in the county jail, which was in Carrollton. Some of Ohio's “Fighting McCooks” resided in Carrollton during the 1800s. One of their homes is now a museum operated by the Ohio History Connection.
The twentieth century witnessed slow growth for Carrollton. Carrollton was Carroll County's largest community in 2000. In that same year, most residents found employment in manufacturing or retail establishments. Living in Carrollton offers residents a sparse suburban feel.
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