…you definitely want to check out the Ohio History Connection’s Natural History Blog. Curators Bob Glotzhober and David Dyer are writing about fascinating topics, like their ongoing efforts to battle the invasive emerald ash borer and save ash trees at Cedar Bog.
Visitors board walk in Cedar Bog
Also, one of our favorite history bloggers, Betsy Butler of the blog Bee’s First Appearance, has written some great posts this spring and summer about OHS’ exhibits and collections. Here are some examples: Ever Walked through a Lustron Home? Now You Can at the Ohio History Center! Let Ihna Frary Help You Plan Your Ohio or Virginia Staycation “Illustrations of the Nests and Eggs of Ohio” Is an Exceptional Tribute to One of My Kindred Spirits If Only I’d Worked at the Ohio Historical Society When Naturalist Edward Sinclair Thomas Did
Learn about the Ohio History Connection's link to a recent effort to repatriate artifacts belonging to the White Earth Nation of Minnesota.
Invisible Ground is a podcast, telling the stories of the familiar places and people in southeast Ohio which might not be always visible, but are part of our daily life.
Explore a unique cookbook that a prisoner at the Ohio Penitentiary created for the assistant warden's wife in 1931.