If you weren’t able to pedal along on last month’s Bicycle Tour of the Newark Earthworks, you can now check out what you missed in a series of videos posted on YouTube by the Licking County Planning and Development Department. Jeff Gill is your host on this wonderful ramble around the most important remnants of the sprawling Newark Earthworks — a 2,000-year-old wonder of the ancient world! Settle back into your chair and enjoy the ride back into Ohio’s ancient American Indian history! CycLicking Newark Earthworks – Octagon (1 of 5) CycLicking Newark Earthworks – Veteran’s Park (2 of 5) CycLicking Newark Earthworks – The Ellipse (3 of 5) CycLicking Newark Earthworks – The Wright Earthworks (4 of 5) CycLicking Newark Earthworks – The Great Circle (5 of 5) Brad Lepper Note: This video was edited on 7 July 2014 to update the links for the five videos and to credit the Licking County Planning and Development Department with posting these wonderful resources on YouTube.
Significant Grant family photographs in the collections of the Ohio History Connection illustrate the life of Civil War General and U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant.
Women have played football in Ohio for decades. In 1965, women’s football teams from Akron and Cleveland began playing games across the Midwest.
Join our curatorial team as we help our visitors to determine what it is they think they have in their own personal collection.