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The History of Dayton’s Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum

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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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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Alan Freed’s Grave, Cleveland

A jukebox-shaped headstone at Lake View Cemetery marks the grave of the man who popularized rock ’n’ roll.

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James A. Garfield Memorial, Cleveland

A massive and ongoing restoration of the James A. Garfield Memorial at Cleveland’s Lake View Cemetery is bringing the towering tribute back to its original 1890 splendor.

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Toledo: Birds, Boats & Blooms

From exploring the Great Lakes to spotting birds at Woodlawn Cemetery & Arboretum, Toledo offers a variety of ways to connect with nature.

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Visit 3 Historic Ohio Cemeteries

From bold stone tributes to folk-art graves, our historic cemeteries offer a look into who we were and are.

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Marion’s Merchant Ball

The unpolished spot on the sphere atop the grave marker has moved quite a bit since 1896 and no one really knows why.

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Fall Getaways in Ohio: Afternoon

If you have only have a few hours to spare, these attractions provide a great afternoon getaway.

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Secret Ohio: Johnson’s Island

This island off the Marblehead Peninsula held more than 10,000 Confederate officers and soldiers during its time as a prisoner-of-war depot. Some remain there to this day.

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Road Trips: History Tour of Marietta

Take a trip into the past in Marietta, the first permanent settlement in the Northwest Territory.

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Secret Ohio: Cy Young’s Grave

The man whose name is synonymous with Major League Baseball pitching excellence is buried in Tuscarawas County.

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Fall Road Trip on U.S. Route 6

The 106-mile stretch between Fremont and Willoughby Hills offers a taste of history, agriculture and amusement-park thrills.

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Schoenbrunn Village, New Philadelphia

Founded in 1772, this village in what is today Tuscarawas County was the site of Ohio’s first Christian settlement.

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Captain Hook’s Tomb, Stockport

Isaac Newton Hook was a well-known 19th-century boatman on the Muskingum River. He also designed and created his own tomb.

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The Legacy of the Mean Streak

The Cedar Point ride that was once the tallest and fastest wooden roller coaster in the world takes its final plunge.

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1923: President Warren G. Harding’s Funeral

On Aug. 10, Harvey Firestone, Henry Ford and Thomas Edison met in Marion to pay tribute to their fallen friend.

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John Herzig’s Famous Endings Museum

The Dover funeral director collects memorabilia from services held for celebrities and historical figures.

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Fall Color: Visit 14 Picture-Perfect Spots

Autumn is Ohio’s most photogenic season. Here are the stories (and locations) behind more than a dozen beautiful photos that’ll inspire you to create some masterpieces of your own.

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