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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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OHS In the News

We are making news! Columbus First has an article about the Lustron Corporation and our upcoming exhibit: Shaping Columbus: Carl Stradlund, Founder of Lustron Corp WOSU takes you on the road to Fort Meigs, our War of 1812 site Perrysburg: … Continue reading

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In Honor of Neil Armstrong

Rest in Peace Neil Armstrong Neil Armstrong, First to Set Foot on Moon, Dies at 82 A boy from Wapakoneta, Ohio who grew up building model airplanes and got his pilot’s license before his driver’s license became an engineer, a … Continue reading

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Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma Cultural Exhibition, Saturday, July 28

Glenna Wallace, Chief of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma (ESTOO) and several other members of the tribe will be at the Ohio Village at the Ohio History Center next Saturday, July 28, 2012, at 3:00pm for a cultural exhibition … Continue reading

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Trying to Save the Ash Trees

High winds are not the only danger to trees in Ohio. If you look around your neighborhood you may see ash trees with dying branches. Throughout Ohio and other states ash trees are being attacked by the larvae of emerald … Continue reading

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Exhibits to See this Summer

Looking for something new to see this summer? If you are in Columbus our new exhibit The War of 1812: Ohio on the Front Line is open at the Ohio History Center! Why did the War start? Would you have … Continue reading

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OHS In the News and the Blogsphere

If you don’t get the Sunday Columbus Dispatch, here is your link to Brad Lepper’s archaeology column: New Tools Can’t Replace Excavation Speaking of the Columbus Dispatch, they recently wrote a nice editorial about the Ohio Village and our summer … Continue reading

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