Historic places in Ohio open their doors to the public as part of the Ohio History connection's "Open Doors" program! There are two events in Harlem Township - the only ones in Delaware County this year!! Both are scheduled for Sunday, September 9th from 2 to 4 p.m. on Gorsuch Road. The first is the Cook Farmstead Tour, at 12040 Gorsuch Road, hosted by Diane and Mike Kabler. The Cook Farmstead is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The event includes a tour of the gardens, barn and house built by John Cook, the son of Benajah and Rachel Cook , the first permanent English settlers in Harlem Twp. The second site is a short distance east of the Cook barn, near the site of the Benajah Cook Sawmill Archaeological Site. Information about early 19th century pioneer life in Delaware County will be available near the Historic Marker located where Gorsuch Road crosses Duncans Run.