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16:48, 24 February 2015 Gerstner Family.JPG (file) 63 KB   1
12:26, 26 February 2015 OHS AL07008.tif.jpg (file) 18 KB Fort Gower Photograph- Proclamation of 1763 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
14:46, 26 February 2015 OHS SC864 01 01.jpg (file) 37 KB Black and white postcard showing a streetview of High Street looking south from State Street in Columbus, Ohio, 1907. On the reverse is a message addressed to Dr. C.E. Rice of Alliance, Ohio. A note indicates that this postcard may have been used in an... 1
15:39, 26 February 2015 OHS Om3105 3675565 001.jpg (file) 14 KB Harriet Beecher Stowe Engraving can be found on Ohio Memory at: 1
16:09, 26 February 2015 OHS AL05217.jpg (file) 32 KB Painting from the "Ancient Ohio" art series depicting an Early Woodland/Adena (2800-2000 B.P.) gathering at a ceremonial earthwork in the Hocking River Valley. 1
16:36, 26 February 2015 OhioGuide SA1039AV B04F01 007 01.jpg (file) 19 KB Greene Line Wharf lies at the foot of Sycamore Street at the mouth of the Licking River in Cincinnati, Ohio. This photograph was taken from the Kentucky side of the Ohio River. 1
16:55, 26 February 2015 OHS AL03998.jpg (file) 45 KB An illustrated map of Ohio in 1805, from Henry Howe's "Historical Collection of Ohio," 1909. The map details include state and county boundaries, leading surveys, forts, Indian tribes and emigration routes through the state. 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
12:15, 10 March 2015 OHS AL04131.jpg (file) 29 KB Know-Nothing Party ticket naming party candidates for state and county offices. At the bottom of the page are voting instructions. The Know-Nothing Party, also known as the American Party, was a prominent United States political party during the late 1... 1
12:46, 10 March 2015 OHS Om1404 1535090 001.jpg (file) 8 KB Flint is Ohio's official gemstone and Flint Ridge flint is renowned for its color and beauty. These samples shown here include one stone with crystals measuring 14" x 11" x 6" (35.6 x 27.9 x 15.2cm) and two polished stones measuring 2" x 3" x 2" (5.1 x... 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
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
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
14:31, 10 March 2015 OHS AL05183.jpg (file) 10 KB Photographic reproduction of a print depicting James Logan (1725-1780), a chief of the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe. Logan initially encouraged his people not to attack whites who settled in the Ohio country, but after family members were killed by settlers in ... 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
15:46, 10 March 2015 OHS AL00497.jpg (file) 27 KB Two boys selling newspapers in front of the Ohio Statehouse, ca. 1930. 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
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
16:29, 10 March 2015 OHS AL03893.jpg (file) 29 KB Photograph of a portrait of Thomas L. Young (1832-1888) of Cincinnati, Ohio. He served as governor of Ohio from 1877-1878. In July 1877, a national railroad strike spread to the state of Ohio. Some state governors appealed to the federal government for... 1
16:59, 10 March 2015 OHS AL04029.jpg (file) 20 KB Engraved print showing the city of Portsmouth from the Kentucky shore, from "Historical Collections of Ohio" by Henry Howe, 1847. Along the river are two steamboats called the Scioto and the Ashland, and the U.S. Hotel can be seen on the Portsmouth sho... 1
12:09, 31 March 2015 OHS AL04006.jpg (file) 33 KB The Medical College of Ohio was founded by Daniel Drake in 1819 in Cincinnati. In 1920, the college changed its name to the College of Medicine of the University of Cincinnati. 1
12:20, 31 March 2015 OHS AL06866.jpg (file) 16 KB The "Blizzard '78 After Action Report" was issued by the office of the Adjutant General of Ohio and describes the efforts of the National Guard during the Blizzard of 1978. In January and February 1978, a series of three storms hit the United States Mi... 1
12:47, 31 March 2015 OHS Om1277 781125 121.jpg (file) 30 KB This 8 by 10-inch (20.25 by 21.25 cm) photograph shows the "Freedom Stairway" the one hundred steps leading down from the Rankin House toward the Ohio River. The John Rankin House in Ripley was a station on the Underground Railroad. It is unlikely that... 1
13:08, 31 March 2015 OhioGuide SA1039AV B04F08 14 01.jpg (file) 32 KB This photograph (ca. 1935-1943) shows an aerial view, presumably taken from the Terminal Tower, looking northeast down Superior Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio, with Lake Erie in the distance. Visible are the Cleveland Public Library (square building, bottom... 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
15:42, 31 March 2015 OHS MAPVFM 0003 2.jpg (file) 18 KB Map drawn ca. 1785 by Manasseh Cutler (1742-1823) entitled "A map of the Federal Territory from the Western Boundary of Pennsylvania to the Scioto River laid down from the latest Informations and divided into Townships and fractional parts of Townships... 1
15:46, 31 March 2015 OHS AL07517.jpg (file) 37 KB Map of the Ohio Company Purchase. This plan illustrates the first tract of Ohio land to be sold by the Continental Congress to the Ohio Company of Associates, also known as the Ohio Company. The company was formed on March 1, 1786, by former Revolution... 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
10:50, 7 April 2015 OHS AL07684.jpg (file) 21 KB A native of Coshocton County, William Green (1870-1932) began his working life as a coal miner at age 16 and rose rapidly in the leadership of the United Mine Workers of America. Twice elected to the Ohio Senate, Green served as president pro tempore d... 1
11:25, 7 April 2015 OhioGuide SA1039AV B07F12 025 1.jpg (file) 42 KB Reverse reads: "Photograph is courtesy of National Cash Register Co. Dayton, Ohio- Assembly Dept." This photograph depicts the assembly department of the National Cash Register Company in Dayton, Ohio. James Ritty invented the ‘mechanical money drawe... 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
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
12:07, 7 April 2015 OHS AL06226.jpg (file) 29 KB Engraved portrait of William Henry Harrison, by R.W. Dodson from an original portrait by J.R. Lambdin painted for the National Portrait Gallery. Harrison was the ninth President of the United States. He was born in Charles County, Virginia, on February... 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
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
13:04, 7 April 2015 OhioGuide SA1039AV B10F01 001 001.jpg (file) 11 KB Caption on reverse reads: "Code - C 1; Class. - Rivers, etc.; Ident. - Ohio River; Location - At Manchester; This photo must be returned to Ohio Writers' Project 78 E. Chestnut St., Columbus, Ohio." Manchester is located approximately 74 miles upstream... 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
14:03, 7 April 2015 OHS AL03906.jpg (file) 10 KB Washington Gladden (1836-1918) was pastor of First Congregational Church in Columbus for 32 years. In 1891, he was a delegate to the international congress of Congregationalists in London. He was also moderator of the Congregational Church in America, ... 1
14:16, 7 April 2015 OHS AL03997.jpg (file) 15 KB Portrait of President James Madison (1751-1836), who during his presidency signed the declaration of war that officially started the War of 1812. Madison also became a supporter of industrialization, a traditional Federalist policy. 1
14:27, 7 April 2015 OHS AL07064.jpg (file) 17 KB Mary A. Ball Bickerdyke, known as "Mother" Bickerdyke, was a nurse and healthcare provider for the Union Army during the Civil War. She was born on July 19, 1817, near Mount Vernon, Ohio. After attending Oberlin College, she studied nursing in Cincinna... 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
14:50, 7 April 2015 OHS AL00622.jpg (file) 23 KB Squad of Ohio National Guardsmen in formation during riot, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio, 1966. 1
15:13, 7 April 2015 OHS AL04189.jpg (file) 36 KB This illustration depicts a large group of crusaders for Temperance and Prohibition in front of a family grocery store in Waynesville, Ohio. The Temperance movement was an organized effort during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to limit or... 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
15:44, 7 April 2015 OHS AL05221.jpg (file) 41 KB Painting from the "Ancient Ohio" art series depicting a Paleo-Indian (14,000-10,000 B.P.) family dressing caribou hides at their camp in western Ohio. 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
16:12, 7 April 2015 OHS Om3133 3742243 001.jpg (file) 23 KB These photographs document Ohio's state mammal, the white-tailed deer. The first three photographs show a young deer, or fawn. The last three photographs show a male deer, or buck. Adult females, or does, average 90 to 200 pounds, while bucks can grow ... 1
16:27, 7 April 2015 OHS AL05880.jpg (file) 17 KB In this photograph Polly Jackson, a conductor on the Underground Railroad, is seated on a chair in front of steps leading to a building. She wears a patterned blouse and a long calico skirt. Her arms are folded. Jackson was a key figure in the Undergro... 1
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