Category Archives: archaeology

OHS in the News

News from Sites The Ohio Historical Society takes Action After Serpent Mound Desecrated Artifact Preservation Civil War Group Plans Flag Restoration

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OHS in the News

*Archaeology curators Brad Lepper and Bill Pickard will participate in events related to an exhibit. Native American Artifacts on Display in Coshocton Co. *Learn more about OHS’ beginnings. How about ‘Mansfield — The Heart of History’? *Good news about our … Continue reading

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OHS in the News

Links to stories about OHS and Ohio history. *Brad Lepper’s latest column in the Sunday Columbus Dispatch Celebrating Ohio’s First Archaeology Curator Bonus: Here is a link to the finding aid for the Warren King Moorehead Papers in the Archives/Library … Continue reading

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OHS in the News

More news about OHS programs and sites! Programs this Week *Thursday, Septebmer 27 Bridging the Divide, An Adult Conversation about Ohio Politics, for a Change **We will have a selection of political memorabilia from the Historical Society’s collections on display … Continue reading

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SNEAK PEEK TOURS GO BEHIND THE SCENES

Tours Start September 22 Ever wondered where we keep all the things in our collections when they’re not on display in the museum or in use in the research room, two areas of the Ohio History Center that visitors normally … Continue reading

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Brad Lepper’s Latest Column

Here is a link to archaeology curator Brad Lepper’s most recent column in the Columbus Dispatch: For Indians, Ax Marked First Chapter of Disaster Enjoy!

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Excitement in Ancient History!

The Ohio Historical Society is partnering with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center to apply the latest medical technology to uncover the story of Nesykhonsupashery, a young woman who lived and died in ancient Egypt during the reign of … Continue reading

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