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11:26, 14 April 2015 001.jpg (file) 22 KB John M. Hutchinson account of Margaret Garner case, titled "A Poor Slave Mother with Three Children". 1
12:07, 23 April 2015 Ermal Fraze.JPG (file) 24 KB Fraze was born in 1913 in Indiana but spent most of his life in Dayton, Ohio. Fraze founded the Dayton Reliable Tool Company, in Dayton, Ohio, whose clients included General Electric, Ford, Chrysler, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administratio... 1
16:48, 24 February 2015 Gerstner Family.JPG (file) 63 KB   1
13:40, 9 April 2015 Governors AV105 1 38.jpg (file) 9 KB Portrait of Governor Frank J. Lausche (1895-1990). Lausche served as Governor from 1945-1947 and also from 1949-1957. Lausche became well known for his moderate views. He routinely crossed party lines, voting for what he thought was right and not what ... 1
14:41, 16 April 2015 Lambert Photo.jpg (file) 101 KB Portrait of John W. Lambert and view of Lambert and two passengers posing in a Lambert car. Handwritten on front: "J.W. Lambert, 1909. Buckeye Mfg. Co. J.H. [undecipherable], 1908. J.H.C. in Lambert friction drive en route to Bay City. 30 + 3 clincher ... 1
10:22, 14 April 2015 OHS AL00027.jpg (file) 19 KB Elizabeth Green, a refugee of the mine fire in New Straitsville, Ohio, ca. 1930. 1
10:17, 23 April 2015 OHS AL00195.jpg (file) 33 KB Perry's Victory, painted by William Henry Powell of Cincinnati in 1865, illustrates Oliver Hazard Perry's decisive victory over the British fleet in the Battle of Lake Erie (Sept. 10, 1813). This victory ensured American control of the Great Lakes. The... 1
13:41, 26 February 2015 OHS AL00198.jpg (file) 27 KB Portrait of the Shawnee military and political leader Tecumseh, ca. 1800-1813. He worked with his brother Tenskwatawa, known as 'The Prophet,' to unite Native American tribes in the Northwest Territory to defend themselves against white settlers. 1
14:33, 14 April 2015 OHS AL00232.jpg (file) 30 KB "Charge of the Dragoons at Fallen Timbers," painted by R.T. Zogbaum, ca. 1895. The painting illustrates General Anthony Wayne's campaign against the Ohio natives in 1794. 1
16:49, 16 April 2015 OHS AL00323.jpg (file) 22 KB Grave of Simon Kenton, spy, frontiersman, and militia commander. The grave and monument is in Urbana, Champaign County, Ohio. The photograph was taken ca. 1940-1949. 1
15:46, 10 March 2015 OHS AL00497.jpg (file) 27 KB Two boys selling newspapers in front of the Ohio Statehouse, ca. 1930. 1
12:42, 23 April 2015 OHS AL00524.jpg (file) 14 KB Photographic reproduction of a portrait of abolitionist John Brown, ca. 1855-1859. Brown gained national attention when, on October 16, 1859, he led a group of twenty one men on a raid of Harper's Ferry, Virginia (modern-day West Virginia). A federal a... 1
15:46, 16 April 2015 OHS AL00565.jpg (file) 14 KB Portrait of Governor Asa S. Bushnell who served two, two year terms as Governor from 1896-1900. Bushnell supported the Spanish-American War and saw that Ohio troops mobilized quickly when a call for volunteers was issued in April 1898. 1
12:39, 14 April 2015 OHS AL00567.jpg (file) 12 KB Portrait of Governor James M. Cox who served three, two year terms as Governor from 1913-1915 and 1917-1921. In 1920 he was the Democratic candidate for President, but lost the election to fellow Ohioan Warren G. Harding. 1
13:29, 23 April 2015 OHS AL00571.jpg (file) 15 KB Reproduction of an engraved copper portrait of Governor John Brough. He was elected in 1864 during the Civil War and pledged to continue military support for the Union cause. Brough died in 1865 and did not complete his two year term. 1
11:56, 7 April 2015 OHS AL00579.jpg (file) 7 KB Photographic reproduction of a portrait of William Henry Harrison, ninth President of the United States. He was the first President to die in office when he succumbed to pneumonia in April 1841 just a few weeks after his inauguration. 1
15:36, 7 April 2015 OHS AL00616.jpg (file) 8 KB Charles G. Finney, evangelist, hired as Professor of Theology at Oberlin College as a prerequisite to the Lane Seminary students transfers to the institution, ca. 1860-1869. 1
16:24, 9 April 2015 OHS AL00618.jpg (file) 19 KB Theodore Dwight Weld, student leader of slavery debate at Lane Seminary, ca. 1850-1859. 1
14:50, 7 April 2015 OHS AL00622.jpg (file) 23 KB Squad of Ohio National Guardsmen in formation during riot, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio, 1966. 1
11:39, 7 April 2015 OHS AL00726.jpg (file) 15 KB President and Mrs. Harding traveling the Alaskan coastline on board the U.S.S. Henderson in 1923. They journeyed cross country from Washington, D. C. to Alaska in spite of the Presidents failing health. 1
13:34, 9 April 2015 OHS AL00764.jpg (file) 13 KB Portrait of a man and woman with a moon and stars back drop from the Allfree Family Collection, ca. 1940 - 1949. The Allfree Family moved from Alabama to Cincinnati, Ohio around 1900. 1
11:07, 14 April 2015 OHS AL01140.jpg (file) 19 KB Portrait of labor leader Jacob S. Coxey as a young man, ca. 1894. Coxey was known as "General Coxey" and received national recognition when he led an "Industrial Army" of unemployed workers to Washington, D. C. to protest the federal government's respo... 1
13:51, 7 April 2015 OHS AL01161.jpg (file) 18 KB Reproduction of a photograph depicting Charles F. Kettering with a Buick automobile, Dayton, Ohio, 1913. Kettering is credited with inventing the electric ignition and self-starter for the automobile. He was one of the founders of the Dayton Engineerin... 1
14:45, 10 March 2015 OHS AL01743.jpg (file) 38 KB Elevated view of High Street in Columbus, Ohio looking north from Broad Street, ca. 1910-1920. 1
14:49, 9 April 2015 OHS AL01804.jpg (file) 20 KB National colors of the 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Text on flag reads: Mexican War 1846. 1
13:44, 10 March 2015 OHS AL02674.jpg (file) 23 KB Reproduction of a print depicting Pontiac, a chief of the Ottawa tribe. He united a coalition of Native American tribes to resist British rule in the Great Lakes region and Ohio Valley, leading an unsuccessful siege on Fort Detroit known as "Pontiac's ... 1
13:37, 14 April 2015 OHS AL02696.jpg (file) 11 KB Photograph of the leaves and fruit of the Buckeye tree, ca. 1960-1969. The Buckeye, Aesculus glabra, was designated as Ohio’s official state tree in 1953. The tree is called the buckeye because its nuts resemble the shape and color of a deer's eye. T... 1
11:56, 9 April 2015 OHS AL02697.jpg (file) 23 KB Reproduction of an illustration depicting John Chapman, known as Johnny Appleseed, published in A History of the Pioneer and Modern Times of Ashland County From the Earliest to the Present Date by H. S. Knapp, 1863. 1
11:20, 23 April 2015 OHS AL02705.jpg (file) 7 KB Reproduction of a portrait of African American inventor Granville T. Woods. Woods was born in Columbus, Ohio in 1856. He and his brother formed the Woods Railway Telegraph Company in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1884. Woods received 35 patents for electrical an... 1
13:20, 9 April 2015 OHS AL02709.jpg (file) 32 KB Illustration depicting the murder of Delaware people who had converted to Christianity at the Moravian Mission of Gnadenhutten. On March 8 and 9, 1782, a group of Pennsylvania militiamen under the command of Captain David Williamson attacked the Moravi... 1
15:58, 7 April 2015 OHS AL02710.jpg (file) 36 KB Illustration titled "Visit of Pontiac and the Indians to Major Gladwin." Pontiac, Chief of the Ottawas, united a coalition of Native American tribes to resist British rule in the Great Lakes region and Ohio Valley. He led an uprising at Fort Detroit kn... 1
12:56, 14 April 2015 OHS AL02712.jpg (file) 36 KB Close-up view of Blue Jacket from the painting "The Signing of the Treaty of Greene Ville, 1795" as depicted by Howard Chandler Christy. The painting was created in 1945 and is hanging in the rotunda of the Ohio Statehouse. During the early 1790s, Blue... 1
13:30, 9 April 2015 OHS AL02723.jpg (file) 21 KB Cornstalk, Chief of the Shawnee tribe, led his people in a battle against the British at what is now Point Pleasant, West Virginia. They were defeated and Cornstalk signed a treaty with Lord Dunmore in 1774. 1
13:31, 14 April 2015 OHS AL02729.jpg (file) 32 KB Digital print of the first page of the 1802 Ohio Constitution. In November 1802, thirty-five delegates of the Ohio Constitutional Convention convened to draft a state constitution. In order for Ohio to become a state, representatives of the territory h... 1
18:00, 26 February 2015 OHS AL02762.jpg (file) 37 KB Print illustrating Colonel Henry Bouquet, an English officer, negotiating peace with a coalition of Delaware, Seneca-Cayuga and Shawnee tribes at the end of the French and Indian War in 1764. The negotiations took place near modern day Bolivar, Ohio. C... 1
11:43, 10 March 2015 OHS AL02824.jpg (file) 22 KB Effigy of a hawk claw cut from sheet mica, Ohio Hopewell culture, 100 BC-500 AD. Excavated from Hopewell Mound Group, Ross County, Ohio ca. 1922-1925. The Hopewell obtained mica from western North Carolina. Archeologists are not certain how they used m... 1
10:33, 23 April 2015 OHS AL02841.jpg (file) 5 KB Engraved portrait of Salmon P. Chase created from a painting by F. B. Carpenter. He was elected governor of Ohio in 1855. He lectured on abolition, assisted in the establishment of the Free-Soil Party and served as Lincoln's secretary of the treasury. 1
14:37, 23 April 2015 OHS AL02896.jpg (file) 17 KB Portrait of Anthony Wayne, ca. 1795. General Wayne led a military campaign against Native American tribes in the Northwest Territory that culminated with the Battle of Fallen Timbers in 1794 and the signing of the Treaty of Greenville in 1795. These ev... 1
11:43, 9 April 2015 OHS AL02955.jpg (file) 31 KB Members of the Ku Klux Klan parading at night in Springfield, Ohio, on September 8, 1923. The Ku Klux Klan (KKK) was originally founded in 1866, but was disbanded in the years after the Civil War. The Klan arose again in 1915 by the efforts of William ... 1
15:19, 14 April 2015 OHS AL02982.jpg (file) 26 KB View of the Glacial Grooves on the north side of Kelleys Island, Ohio, ca. 1930-1960. These are the largest such grooves in the world that can be easily seen. They were created in limestone bedrock about 18,000 years ago during the Ice Age. A trough 40... 1
14:24, 31 March 2015 OHS AL02985.jpg (file) 18 KB Reproduction of a portrait of Little Turtle, also known as Mich-I-kin-I-Qua, a war chief of the Miami Tribe, ca. 1790-1812. Little Turtle and Shawnee chief Tecumseh led the Miami and Shawnee people in their resistance against white settlers in the west... 1
12:14, 7 April 2015 OHS AL02991.jpg (file) 19 KB Reproduction of an illustration depicting Pontiac, an Ottawa chief. Chief Pontiac was born circa 1720. By 1755, he was a chief of the Ottawas. Pontiac subscribed to the religious beliefs of Neolin, a prophet of the Delaware people, who encouraged nativ... 1
16:13, 10 March 2015 OHS AL02992.jpg (file) 19 KB Portrait of Tenskwatawa, or "The Prophet." Tenskwatawa worked with his brother, Tecumseh, to unite Native American tribes in the Northwest Territory to defend themselves against white settlers. From "History of the Indian Tribes of North America: With ... 1
14:15, 10 March 2015 OHS AL03028.jpg (file) 13 KB Photographic reproduction of a copper engraved portrait of Levi Coffin (1798-1877), a Quaker and a sympathizer with fugitive slaves. The original portrait was possibly created circa 1850 to 1877. Together with his wife Catharine, Coffin aided over two ... 1
12:07, 14 April 2015 OHS AL03086.jpg (file) 26 KB Reproduction of a picture depicting a fugitive slave that is typical of the images that appeared on handbills of southern slave owners offering rewards for escaped slaves. It appeared in the New York paper "The Anti-Slavery Record" in July 1837. The pa... 1
12:39, 7 April 2015 OHS AL03237.jpg (file) 20 KB The group of fugitive slaves seen here escaped to freedom in Canada on the Underground Railroad and took up residence in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Their names are listed from left to right as, back row: Mrs. Hunt, Mansfield Smith, Mrs. Seymour; front r... 1
16:01, 10 March 2015 OHS AL03604.jpg (file) 21 KB Portrait of Bill Moose Crowfoot in head dress and beaded tunic, 1930. He is regarded to have been the last of the Wyandot Indians who lived in Central Ohio. He was born in 1837 in northwest Ohio and moved to the Columbus area with his family when most ... 1
14:40, 7 April 2015 OHS AL03633.jpg (file) 26 KB Cyanotype photograph of a covered railroad bridge, probably in south central Ohio, ca. 1880-1890. Several unidentified men can be seen in the picture. 1
14:00, 10 March 2015 OHS AL03734.jpg (file) 29 KB Students protesting at Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, 1970. The students were protesting the American invasion of Cambodia after the announcement by President Richard Nixon on April 30, 1970. The protests started on May 1 on the Kent State Campus, ... 1
16:33, 31 March 2015 OHS AL03753.jpg (file) 16 KB Gustav Herman Otto Labinski on the beach with his grandson Charles Gustav Willhelm Braun, Cleveland, Ohio, ca. 1915. Gustav Herman Otto Labinski immigrated to the United States with his wife, Anna Friedricka Albertina Pantermuhl, and daughters, Hilda a... 1
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