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Today, Lancaster has more than thirty-five thousand residents. Many of these people have found employment in various glass production companies, including Anchor Hocking Glass Company, located in the community, while other residents make the thirty-mile commute to Columbus each day. Lancaster also has a growing tourism industry. Among the city's more prominent sites are the Sherman house, birthplace of William Tecumseh Sherman, the Georgian, the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio, and the Glass Museum of Ohio.
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