THIS village is as sweet as its name. Main Street climbs gently from a
tidy railroad crossing, past a few gift shops to the simple brick First
Beyond the hamlet lie the farms and buggy-traveled lanes of the eastern Ohio Amish country,
one of the largest clusters of Amish and Mennonite settlements in the
nation. Craft markets, furniture shops and restaurants dot the county
roads. Those businesses carry the names — Yoder, Miller, Troyer, Beachy —
that fill entire chapters of the slim local telephone book.
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