American Car and Ship Hardware organized by George Johnson (became Johnson Bronze).
Shenango China incorporated.
Universal Sanitary Manufacturer Company founded (became Universal Rundle).
U. S. Steel formed by J. P. Morgan.
Standard Engineering opens in Ellwood City.
Furnace men strike at local mills. Labor leader Eugene Debs speaks at Cascade Park.
Game Warden Sealey Houk found dead in the Mahoning River.
Warner Brothers open first theatre in New Castle.
St. Francis Hospital opens in former T. W. Phillips mansion.
Bitter tin mill strike erupts in violence.
Ellwood City Hospital opens & Ellwood City Forge opens.
Billy Sunday revival held in downtown New Castle.
New Castle elects Socialist Mayor, Walter Tyler.
New Castle Senior High School opens.
Overlook Sanitarium in New Wilmington opens.
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Great flood devastates county.
News photos from John Hitch collection.
Koppel Bridge opened linking Ellwood City to Route 18.
The 18th Amendment to the Constitution passed. (Prohibition)
Bond issue of $1,000,000 for roads passed by County.
New Castle Hospital opens in current facility.
Ben Franklin Junior High School and Arthur McGill School open in New Castle.
Quality Tools in New Wilmington organized.
Lincoln High School in Ellwood City built.
Scottish Rite Cathedral completed in New Castle.
Jameson Memorial Hospital opens.
Stock market crashes. Worldwide depression begins.