Wheeling Gaunt's legacy lives on in Yellow Springs as the village continues his willed desire to have flour given to the poor, worthy widows of Yellow Springs regardless of their race. 

Below are several pictures taken from articles written about the Christmas gift trad...

Welcome to our second installment of blog posts dedicated to the life and legacy of Wheeling Gaunt!!

When we left off we had learned about Gaunt's early years as a slave in Kentucky and how he eventually purchased his freedom as well as the freedom of his wife, Amanda a...

Good morning and welcome to another #WheelingGauntWednesday! 

This post will be the first in a series of blog posts sharing the known history of Wheeling Gaunt and telling of his legacy within the Village of Yellow Springs. 

In this post we will begin a brief history of...

Good morning!

On our social media platforms we are beginning the tag: #WheelingGauntWednesdays so that supporters and followers can keep tabs on our updates. Below is a quote from a man, Stephen P. Speir, who had the chance to see our float and shared his thoughts: 


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