History Archive

The Ohio Clock

Whether you are in favor or against it, daylight saving time

First Gasoline Powered Car

It’s hard to imagine what life would be like without cars. Commuting

America’s Youngest Soldier

While most 10 year old boys play with super soakers, Ohioan Johnny Clem

Prohibition

Prohibition may not truly be a “win” but the influence it had

The Banana Split

Here’s a post you’re sure to go “bananas” over! One of

General William T. Sherman

Memorial Day is not only a day to spend time with

World’s First Billionaire

As of 2015, there are 1,826 recorded billionaires in the world.

Fort Meigs

It’s easy to forget that prominent landmarks of American history can be found

Designer of America’s 50-Star Flag

Most students have their school projects hung up on the refrigerator.

First Electric Traffic Signal

Red light! Green light! No, it’s not a game, it’s the

The Point of Beginning

It’s almost impossible to determine the commencement of the United States. Our U.S.

Spirit of Columbus

A lot of people say they want to travel the world, but

The Dayton Agreement

The Bosnian War, which resulted in more than 100,000 deaths of

Birthplace of the Tomato

The only argument more intense than whether the tomato is a

The Underground Railroad

During the mid 1800′s, Ohio played an integral role in helping