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A Short Summary of a Journey…

A Short Summary of a Journey…

Two hundred years ago, the United States was still deeply embroiled in the War of 1812, a conflict with Great Britain that had a lasting impact on Ohio through the… Read more »

Are You Ready For Some Football?

Are You Ready For Some Football?

Do you hear that? In cities and towns and villages across Ohio, folks are dusting off the pigskin and heading out to throw and kick an oddly-shaped ball down a… Read more »

Rush Creek Village: Organic Architecture and Usonian Homes

Rush Creek Village: Organic Architecture and Usonian Homes

Tucked away in the Columbus suburb of Worthington, to the east of High Street and nestled along what’s now known as Rush Run, is a remarkable community of homes that… Read more »

What Sonja Marsh Taught Us About History

What Sonja Marsh Taught Us About History

A little over a year ago we shared a document with you on the Ohio Memory blog. The document is entitled Ayduth Lachayim: Witness to Life, and it contains the… Read more »

New WWII Content on Ohio Memory!

New WWII Content on Ohio Memory!

70 summers ago, D-day marked the beginning of the end of World War II in Europe. The anniversary of this pivotal invasion of Normandy has come and gone, but WWII… Read more »

Adams… and Adams

Adams… and Adams

Adams County, Ohio, was established by Arthur St. Clair 217 years ago this month, on July 10, 1797, and was named for our country’s second President, John Adams. It was… Read more »

The Eagle Has (Almost) Landed!

The Eagle Has (Almost) Landed!

45 years ago this Sunday was an historic day for mankind–on July 20th, 1969, Ohio native Neil Armstrong and fellow crew member Buzz Aldrin became the first men to land… Read more »

“A Man Without Fear and Without Reproach”

“A Man Without Fear and Without Reproach”

210 years ago today, one of the most famous duels in U.S. history took place in Weehawken, New Jersey, between Alexander Hamilton, first Secretary of the Treasury and co-author of… Read more »

Copperhead Grand Carnival, 1863

Copperhead Grand Carnival, 1863

Happy Fourth of July to all of our Ohio Memory visitors out there! Today we are highlighting a bit of history connected with this date from over a century and… Read more »

Dots and Dashes

Dots and Dashes

On June 27, 1847, New York and Boston were linked by telegraph wires, making relatively speedy communication possible over long distances via the use of Morse code. This may seem… Read more »

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