Current archaeological activities, updates and discussions from the staff of the Ohio History Connection.
Ask a Curator: Natural History and Archaeology Object Identification Event
Join our curatorial team as we help our visitors to determine what it is they think they have in their own personal collection.
What’s going on in Ohio archaeology?
Find out what’s going on in Ohio Archaeology by attending the Ohio Archaeological Council’s Spring Program in April 29, 2022 at the Main Branch of the Columbus Library. Can’t drive to Columbus to attend? No worries, it will be available on-line as well. Plus, the program is free and open to the public! For […]
Calling All Adventurers: Shipwrecks to Snorkel in Lake Erie
Even though Lake Erie is the smallest of the Great Lakes, it is home to the largest number of shipwrecks – nearly 2,000! Almost 50 shipwrecks are located near Kelleys Island.
Ohio’s Indigenous History is Part of Everyone’s History
November is National Native American Heritage Month. Dr. Brad Lepper highlights some of the achievements of Ohio's indigenous history.
Ohio Archaeology Month Virtual Presentations
Celebrate Ohio’s archaeological wonders during Ohio Archaeology Month!