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Can You Pass the Test? Teacher Certification Exams in Ohio’s Historic Newspapers

In order to teach in Ohio public schools, teachers now and in the past are required to pass formal examinations that measure their competency and academic skills in a variety of areas.  During the early 20th century, the Greenville Journal, … Continue reading

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Chronicling America’s 5 Millionth Page!

More Ohio Newspapers Now Available on Library of Congress Website Chronicling America just added its five millionth historic newspaper page! With this latest update to the Library of Congress website, over 5.2 million pages from 801 newspapers representing 25 states … Continue reading

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Spring Genealogy Workshops

We have quite the lineup for spring.  You can sign up online or contact us at reference@ohiohistory.org . GW3 Trip through Time with the Census March 20, 2008, 6:30 – 8:30 pm Census records are the key to adding real … Continue reading

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Microfilm is moving!

The Archives/Library will be moving the Microfilm Reading Room from its current location off the 3rd floor lobby to an area right next to the Main Reading Room.  Researchers will lose no access time with the newspaper and government records … Continue reading

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