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Native American Discoveries

Venture into the past at these sites that uncover the history of Ohio’s original inhabitants.

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The Election of 1920

The race introduced the world to Franklin D. Roosevelt and marked the last time an Ohioan won the White House.

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Arts in Appalachia

These five attractions share the stories, history and traditions of Ohio’s hill country.

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What to Do in Ohio: Aug. 17-23

From exploring Ohio's own underground caverns to an epic yard sale that requires a road trip, here's what to do this week across the state.

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Floodwall Murals, Portsmouth ​

This southern Ohio city’s dozens of downtown murals depict scenes from local history reaching back centuries.

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Time Capsule

The Ohio History Center revisits the era of Lustron homes and offers a glimpse into 1950s America.

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Alpine Hills Museum, Sugarcreek

This Sugarcreek attraction offers a window into the lives of the people who settled this region and the history of the area known as Ohio’s Little Switzerland.

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‘Ohio — Champion of Sports’ in Columbus

An expansive exhibition organized by the Ohio History Connection showcases our state’s contributions to excellence in competition.

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Mound Cemetery, Marietta

This historic cemetery offers visitors a unique look back through time and insight into the early days of the Northwest Territory’s first permanent settlement.

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Heritage Road Trips: Historic Bridges

These famous spans throughout the state offer insight into Ohio history, the evolution of travel and the role of waterfront industry.

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My Ohio: Two Men and a Map

A driving tour connects father and son to Ohio’s history and resplendent autumn landscapes.

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Home of the Brave

The Ohio History Center honors "The American Soldier" with a poignant photo exhibit of the men and women of wars past and present.

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The Strange Tale of Ten Cent Beer Night

What the Cleveland Indians dreamed up during the summer of 1974 is a bizarre slice of baseball folklore and an odd page of Ohio history.

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Secret Ohio: View from the Adena Mansion

The vista immortalized on Ohio’s official seal was inspired by a real place in Chillicothe, our state’s first capital.

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Best Hometowns 2019: Fremont

The Sandusky River runs through the center of this northwest Ohio community that has deep ties to American history, a wealth of outdoor recreation and a great downtown.

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Secret Ohio: Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument

Downtown Cleveland’s memorial to Cuyahoga County’s Civil War veterans is a reminder of the role Ohioans had in helping preserve the Union.

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Ohio Finds: Seymour Lindsey Paper Cutout

This framed paper cutting depicts an outdoor scene that includes a woman plucking peacock feathers.

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American Sign Museum

Visitors can check out signs from the 1890s through the 1960s at Tod Swormstedt’s Cincinnati attraction.

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Motts Military Museum

Warren Motts’ collection of military artifacts in Groveport serves as a tribute to our men and women in uniform.

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Ohio Finds: John “Okey” Canfield Wood Carving

Birds were a favorite subject for the artist, with pieces ranging from traditional folk-art carvings to more outsider works like this one.

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