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  • African-American Experience in Ohio 1850-1920(115 clicks)
    "a digital collection brought together from a number of individual sources specifically for this project."
  • And Sin No More(135 clicks)
    Social Policy and Unwed Mothers in Cleveland 18551990 by Marian J. Morton
  • Anti-German Sentiment(147 clicks)
  • Cincinnati: Queen City of the West, 1819-1838(118 clicks)
    Ohio State University Press Book
  • Eagle-Picher Industries: Strategies for Survival in the Industrial Marketplace, 18401980(124 clicks)
    Ohio State University Press
  • Getting Around Brown(134 clicks)
    Desegregation, Development, and the Columbus Public Schools. By Gregory S. Jacobs. Ohio State University Book
  • H-Ohio(123 clicks)
    "H-Ohio is an electronic discussion group for scholars and teachers interested in the history and culture of the state of Ohio. The list allows university and college professors, secondary school teachers, archivists, librarians, local historians, and independent scholars to discuss current research, new books and articles, and innovative teaching techniques. The editors will also post job and fellowship announcements,calls for conferences, book and software reviews, and other material that they feel will be of interest to the list. H-Ohio will attempt to facilitate the teaching of Ohio history by publishing syllabi, reading lists, and course handouts and assignments."
  • Kenyon College(124 clicks)
    Alma mater of many famous people
  • Kenyon College, 1878(121 clicks)
    Kenyon college, Gambier, Ohio Published 1878 by Press of Cott & Hann in Columbus, Ohio .
  • Lake County Historical Society(127 clicks)
  • Mansfield Reformatory(108 clicks)
    The Ohio State Reformatory at Mansfield, Ohio.
  • Oberlin Heritage Center(130 clicks)
    "The Oberlin Heritage Center is the history museum, historical society, and historic preservation organization of Oberlin, OH. It offers tours focusing on Oberlin history, including abolition and the Underground Railroad, African-American history, and women's history. It also organizes educational programs and events on a variety of topics for audiences of all ages. Visit our website for more information on our tours and educational programs, Oberlin's history, and our in-house research facilities."
  • Ohio Historical Society(113 clicks)
    Official site
  • Ohio History (139 clicks)
  • Ohio History Central(111 clicks)
    Ohio History Central is an evolving, dynamic online encyclopedia that includes information about Ohio's natural history, prehistory, and history. Each section contains written information, maps, timelines, and images. Many of these pages link with one another to form a complete and informative perspective. As installments are added each year, an accurate overview of Ohio's past will be revealed. Ohio History Central is perfect for anyone wanting to learn more about Ohio!
  • Ohio History Network(114 clicks)
    "The Ohio History Network is comprised of volunteers gathering and sharing historical and genealogical information within their area of expertise. Information found on these pages is freely available to the public for your private use. "
  • Ohio Memory(126 clicks)
    The Ohio Memory Online Scrapbook brings together raw materials into a huge scrapbook, a virtual attic of the state's past. Now anyone with a internet access can access the past.
  • Ohio War Stories(113 clicks)
    Much of the history of World War II resides in the memories of those people who lived through it. From the corpsman fueling planes to the housewife making dinner with rationed meat, sugar and butter, the war affected all Americans.
  • Tappan Stove Company(133 clicks)
  • The Reveille: The Year Book of Kenyon College ... (1906)(107 clicks)
  • Welcome to the Crystal City: 1890s in Bowling Green, Ohio(123 clicks)
    "This site initially began as an American Culture Studies class exercise in The American 1890s seminar at Bowling Green State University, Spring 1996 Term. One of the goals of the seminar was to introduce students to the use of Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) for scholarly purposes. "
  • Westerville, Ohio(106 clicks)
    Open Road Museum