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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving is next week, and whether  you’re eating turkey, turducken or tofurkey, chances are you’ll be spending the day with some of the people you care about most.  In honor… Read more »

How Do You Like Them Apples?

How Do You Like Them Apples?

Here in Ohio, apples are a quintessential part of autumn. Ohio apples come in different shapes, sizes, colors, and flavors; some are brand-new hybrids, while others have been enjoyed for… Read more »

Election Day and Ohio’s Governors

Election Day and Ohio’s Governors

  This past Tuesday was Election Day, and we hope that all of our readers went out and cast their votes! 2014 is a midterm election, meaning it falls two… Read more »

Nevermore!

Nevermore!

Last week, in preparation for Halloween, we told you about haunted houses here in Ohio. This week, we’re moving to an individual who is haunted by lost love. “The Raven,”… Read more »

Historic and Haunted?

Historic and Haunted?

We are now just one week away from Halloween, and as Ohioans around the state stock up on candy and finalize their costumes, we wanted to take a look at… Read more »

William Jackson Armstrong: The Power Behind the Throne and Other Works

William Jackson Armstrong: The Power Behind the Throne and Other Works

The William Jackson Armstrong Manuscript Collection, new to Ohio Memory, contains the writings of William Jackson Armstrong. These papers were discovered in a box in the back corner of the… Read more »

Catherine Cooper Hopley, Renaissance Woman

Catherine Cooper Hopley, Renaissance Woman

  Ohio has many notable families, both at the state and local level. In the area of Bucyrus, starting around 1850, one of those well-known family names would have been… Read more »

Music in the Queen City

Music in the Queen City

Cincinnati, Ohio, has a long musical tradition. Although the current incarnation of its symphony was not established until 1895, there was plenty of musical activity in the early 1800s. An… Read more »

American Indian Week

American Indian Week

Did you know that this week, September 22 through 28, has been designated as American Indian Week in Ohio? This statewide event became official with the passage of HCR 26… Read more »

Tiffin Heritage on Ohio Memory!

Tiffin Heritage on Ohio Memory!

Once a year on the third weekend of September, Tiffin, Ohio, celebrates its history with a weekend-long party. The Heritage Festival will be held this year on September 20th and… Read more »

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