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Trumbull county is located in northeastern Ohio on the Pennsylvania state line and calls Warren its county seat. The county population on July 1, 1999, was 225,339, a decrease of 2,456 over the 1990 census.

In 1800, Trumbull county was designated capital of the Connecticut Western Reserve (an area of northern Ohio streching 120 miles west of the Pennsyvania state line with Lake Erie as its northern boundary and the 41st parallel as its southern boundary) with Warren as its county seat. The county was named for Jonathan Trumbull, Jr., Governor of Connecticut at the time.

Dominating the northern section of the county is its county seat. The county population on July 1, 1999, was 225,339, a decrease of 2,456 over the 1990 census.

In 1800, Trumbull county was designated capital of the Connecticut Western Reserve (an area of northern Ohio streching 120 miles west of the Pennsyvania state line with Lake Erie as its northern boundary and the 41st parallel as its southern boundary) with Warren as its county seat. The county was named for Jonathan Trumbull, Jr., Governor of Connecticut at the time.

Dominating the northern section of the county is [moscrela], the state's second largest lake. It provides year-round activities from fishing (a walleye hotspot) to cross country skiing and everything in between. CODE left

Trumbull county is located in northeastern Ohio on the Pennsylvania state line and calls [warren] its county seat. The county population on July 1, 1999, was 225,339, a decrease of 2,456 over the 1990 census.

In 1800, Trumbull county was designated capital of the Connecticut Western Reserve (an area of northern Ohio streching 120 miles west of the Pennsyvania state line with Lake Erie as its northern boundary and the 41st parallel as its southern boundary) with Warren as its county seat. The county was named for Jonathan Trumbull, Jr., Governor of Connecticut at the time.

Dominating the northern section of the county is [moscrela], the state's second largest lake. It provides year-round activities from fishing (a walleye hotspot) to cross country skiing and everything in between.

Location: Warren Ohio

Other Ohio Counties nearby:
(Cleveland) Cuyahoga County
(Chardon) Geauga County
(Painesville) Lake County
(Youngstown) Mahoning County
(Ravenna) Portage County
(Canton) Stark County

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