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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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History Hits Home

Ohio commemorates its ties to the Civil War.

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Echoes of Battle

The Toledo Museum of Art offers a look at the Civil War from eyewitness observers and artists of the era.

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Canton Museum of Art Hosts ‘Scrimmage’

Celebrate America’s fall game with a collection of works stretching from the Civil War to modern day.

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Blue Barn Winery, Wooster

Brett and Marcia Urian’s historic barn dates back to the years following the Civil War. Now it’s home to the couple’s winemaking operation.

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‘Star Wars’ at Cincinnati Museum Center

“Star Wars and the Power of Costume” features an iconic collection of screen-worn wardrobe from George Lucas’ space saga.

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Camp Sherman Memories

Thousands of soldiers trained in Ross County before shipping out to World War I battlefields. July’s Camp Sherman Days honors their contributions.

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Keeping the Faith

Sandusky native Jay Cooke helped finance this tiny wooden church at Put-in-Bay more than 150 years ago.

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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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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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102 Days & Nights of Summer (2016)

The Buckeye State provides plenty of ways to fill your calendar.

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Biking the Towpath Trail

If you want to learn a little Ohio & Erie Canal history, bike this scenic portion of the trail through northeast Ohio.

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The Legacy of Harry M. Stevens

The native of England settled in Niles, Ohio, before trading his mill job for the baseball business. The innovations he pioneered remain staples of the ballpark experience.

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The Model Soldier

Col. Charles Young, raised in the Ohio River town of Ripley, was a military leader, diplomat and scholar.

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Hometown Tour 2012

Ohio Magazine’s Best Hometowns — Archbold, Hilliard, Lebanon, Nelsonville and Oberlin — offer an array of attractions, from downtowns with restaurants and shopping to living-history villages, music productions and summer festivals.

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The Trailblazer: Col. Charles Young

Charles Young was the most highly decorated African-American military officer of his time, the first black U.S. National Park superintendent and a professor at Ohio’s Wilberforce University. His life of service inspired generations to follow.

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Homes with History

Let the hosts of these Cincinnati-area bed and breakfasts pamper you before the holiday season starts.

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Call to Arms

The Dayton Art Institute showcases posters that rallied support in the lead-up to World War I and World War II.

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Presidential Road Trips

Eight Ohioans held our nation’s highest office. These historic sites across the state celebrate their contributions.

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Ohio’s Ouija Board Connection

During the 19th century, our state was a hotbed of spiritualism camps and parlor seances that contributed to the creation of the famous talking board we know today.

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