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Work of Faith

Nick America has spent his life repairing church steeples and bell towers across the nation.

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The Butler Institute of American Art at 100

In 1919, Joseph G. Butler Jr. opened a Youngstown museum dedicated to American artists. Its collection now numbers in the thousands.

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Ohio and the Front Porch Campaign

Before whistle-stop tours and crisscrossing the country, presidential candidates spoke to crowds at their own homes. Here’s how three Ohioans used the approach to win our nation’s highest office.

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Heritage Road Trips 2018

These four museums that celebrate Ohio’s industrial heritage offer a window into how we helped the nation grow.

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Historic Stays

Western Pennsylvania offers a wealth of lodging with storied pasts.

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Paul Brown Museum, Massillon

Paul Brown’s contributions to the game of football are legendary. The Massillon Museum pays tribute to the iconic coach and innovator with a wing dedicated to his life and legacy.

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Time Traveling

A drive across Ohio on the first federally funded road offers a glimpse of a simpler era.

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Early Visions of Ohio

Lancaster's Decorative Arts Center of Ohio presents works created between 1765 and 1865.

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Secret Ohio: 23 Hidden Gems

We went in search of surprising spots, unusual attractions and fascinating discoveries hidden in plain sight across the state. Here’s how you can, too.

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‘Celebrating the Pioneers’ in Marietta

An exhibition at Marietta’s Campus Martius Museum, delves into the people who founded the Northwest Territory’s first permanent settlement.

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Sweet Memories

Historical Society remakes historic headquarters of Youngstown ice cream innovator Harry Burt

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Museum Miles

Follow U.S. 40 through Ohio and you’ll find destinations that celebrate art, science and even motorcycles.

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Bridges to the Past

For more than three decades, photographer Carl Feather has documented the lasting reminders of a bygone era.

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Ohio Finds: Brass Surveyor’s Transit

Made by Henry Ware, who was born in Vermont in 1810 before settling in Cincinnati.

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Heritage Road Trips

Take a drive through Ohio's early years.

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Eternal Reward

The cemetery John Van Cleve founded in 1841 is the resting place of some of Dayton's famous names, including the men who pioneered aviation.

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Author David McCullough on ‘The Pioneers’

The Pulitzer Prize-winning historian’s new book examines the lives of those who settled Marietta, the United States’ first permanent settlement in the Northwest Territory.

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Presidents Day at Spiegel Grove

February is a great time to visit Fremont’s Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums.

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Hale Farm & Village Civil War Re-enactment

The sights and sounds of Confederate Gen. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson’s Shenandoah Valley Campaign come to the village of Bath.

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