Book Talk: Settling Ohio: First Peoples and Beyond
Oct. 21 2023
Ohio History Center 800 East 17th Avenue, Columbus, OH, USA Open in Google Map
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Adult - $16 Senior (60+) - $14 Student (with ID) - $14 Child (4-12) - $10 Child (3 & under) - Free Ohio History Connection member - Free

Included with general museum admission, registration required.

Are you curious about Ohio’s changing cultural landscape? Have you ever wanted to know about the early people that inhabited the region we now call the Buckeye State? Join us for a special talk about Settling Ohio: First Peoples and Beyond, a new book published by Ohio University Press.

  • Get a Chance to speak with the editors about their research processes.
  • Learn about Early Ohio settlement.
  • Take a tour through our newest exhibit: Making Ohio Home.


Speakers for this event: 

Brian Schoen is the chair of the Department of History and the James Richard Hamilton/Baker & Hostetler Distinguished Professor of Teaching in the Humanities at Ohio University. He is the author of The Fragile Fabric of Union: Cotton, Federal Politics, and the Global Origins of the Civil War and has coedited three other collections.

Timothy G. Anderson is an Associate Professor of Geography at Ohio University. Specialized in historical settlement geography of the United States, he has contributed to several works related to early settlement and the cultural landscape.

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