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Knitting Women of World War I

Right now we’re in the middle of the World War I centenary. While the world’s men were off fighting one hundred years …

“You Must Have Shakespeare”

Saturday, April 23 is the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, the English playwright and poet who authored nearly 40 …

“Vivacious Vic”

In 1872, Ohio-born Victoria Woodhull became the first female to run for president of the United States. As the Equal Rights Party candidate, she supported women’s rights, …

Who Was Samuel Medary?

Praised by Democrats, denigrated by Whigs and Republicans, and a household name to all, Samuel Medary–the “Old Wheel-horse of Democracy”– was a …

New Newspapers on Ohio Memory!

We are pleased to announce that with the help of three of our partners, we have added over 35,000 more historic Ohio newspaper pages to …

A Christmas Gift for President Lincoln

The period of November 15th through December 21st, 2014, marks the 150th anniversary of Major General (and native Ohioan) William Tecumseh Sherman’s …

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 …