Canton, Ohio, the seat of Stark County. It is on Nimishillen Creek, 60 miles (97 km) southeast of Cleveland, in a large steel-producing area. Canton is an industrial city. Its factories manufacture a variety of products, including roller bearings, appliances, alloy steel, office equipment, and processed foods. The McKinley Memorial, on Monument Hill, marks the burial place of President William McKinley. (For picture, .) The National Professional Football Hall of Fame is in Canton. Canton was founded in 1806.

Population: 80,806.