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Sign Up Ohio Historical Society officials are working with Adams County Sheriff K.R. Rogers to arrest those responsible for desecration of the Serpent Mound by inserting small objects into the centuries-old earthwork. The earthwork effigy of a
A new affiliation between the Ohio Historical Society and the Smithsonian Institution means Ohioans may get to see rare items from among 136 million in the world's largest museum. It's also likely that some of the Smithsonian's 30 million annual
The Ohio Historical Society has signed an affiliation agreement with the Smithsonian Institution, giving the state potential access to some of the 136 million items held by the world's largest museum. The affiliation agreement also will allow some of
Ohio (AP) Ohio's Native American history is being celebrated in a weekend celebration south of Columbus. The Ohio Historical Society event Sunday afternoon commemorates a Native American leader, Chief Logan, and his 1774 speech under a spreading tree
Our presidents, our polymers, our lake and our ladybugs will be promoted on new Ohio license plates scheduled to hit the road next spring. The Bureau of Motor Vehicles has chosen 46 attractions, slogans and facts to form a gray-lettered backdrop to
There are presidents (eight in all), Indians, a Revolutionary War fort, a War of 1812 naval battle on Lake Erie, the National Road and the Ohio & Erie Canal...But for me, there are two sites in Ohio that offer the best history in the Buckeye state.
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The Ohio Historical Society started its first-ever Passport to Your Ohio History program on May 24. The free program is designed to continue for about two years. "We were looking for a way for people to learn about the sites and learn about Ohio,"
The Ohio Village at the Ohio History Center will reopen for the summer after being closed for nine years due to budget problems. The re-created Civil War-era village, located at 17th Avenue and I-71, will be open June 2 through Sept. 2, the same
After a two-year wait and a behind-the-scenes challenge by the Wright Brothers Thomas Alva Edison may finally be headed to Washington...The Ohio Senate is expected to vote Wednesday on legislation that includes a notice to the U.S. Congress