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Tour Greenville, Ohio
Greenville, the seat of Darke County, is in the southwest corner of Ohio, 30 miles northwest of Dayton and 10 miles from the Indiana state line.
The town is full of history. Just stop by Garst Museum.
Greenville is the home of "Little Sure Shot," Annie Oakley.
Stop by her statue and learn more about her.
Maid-Rite Sandwich Shop
The outside wall of Maid-Rite sandwich shop, a favorite local eatery, is always covered with gum.
The Gum Wall
Hannah Storm made a contribution.
The Master Miller
Terry Clark is known around town as "The Master Miller."
Terry Clark owns Bear's Mill, which is full of history.
Everything in Bear's Mill is done the old-fashioned way.
Terry Clark shows Hannah Storm the corn before and after process.
The Early Show
was invited to this town by Debby Sodders, who is seen here with her singing group, Melody Line. She's in the center.