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The history of Ohio has many facets and these will be explored in this program over the coming months. The series will look at the people, the places, the events, the institutions and more.

The legend of sharpshooter Annie Oakley from Greenville, Darke County, Ohio.

The story of the 500 French citizens who traveled to settle in the Ohio Country in 1787 and found themselves living on a four acre tract of land in Gallipolis.

The history of the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy has its roots in Zanesville and with the Muskingum Tuscarawas Improvement Association. In 1935, a group got federal funding to begin a project to regulate flooding in the Muskingum River watershed,…

The history of research conducted at the Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus that betters that life of every person.

The story of Ernest Ball of Cleveland whose songs are music captured the heart of the nation and his mother: Mother Machree.

The story of Garver's, the world's largest Country Store, located in Strasburg, Ohio - a town of 1400 citizens. The story did sells over $1 million in merchandise annually.

The story of John Solomon Rarey, horse trainer, who "reclaimed" broken horses through kindness and his system became known as "rareyfied". He was born in Grove City Ohio in 1827.

The history of Swiss cheese making in Sugar Creek, Ohio - known as the "Little Switzerland of Ohio".

The story of the struggle between Michigan and Ohio to claim the City of Toledo in the 1800's.
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