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September 12, 2022

Celebrate Archaeology Day at the Ohio History Center

Fascinated by Archaeology? On Saturday, October 1, join us at Ohio History Center to meet and talk with Ohio History Connection archaeologists and our partners in archaeology from across the Buckeye State. See artifacts spanning more than 10,000 years, try related hands-on activities, tour our new exhibit Indigenous Wonders of Our World and bring your […]

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August 5, 2022

Open Doors: Above and Beneath Flint Ridge’s Quarries

Flint Ridge’s park covers 525 acres, but it is only one portion of a geological ridge that runs about 8×3 miles in its dimensions. Adjacent to the park is property owned and quarried by a master flint knapper. Join park personnel for a special tour that explores both Flint Ridge’s Quarry Trail and the pits […]

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July 14, 2022

Ohio Archaeology Day, 2022

Fascinated by Archaeology? On Saturday, October 1, join us at Ohio History Center to meet and talk with Ohio History Connection archaeologists and our partners in archaeology from across the Buckeye State. See artifacts spanning more than 10,000 years, try related hands-on activities, tour our new exhibit Indigenous Wonders of Our World and bring your […]

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April 27, 2022

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.

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October 8, 2021

Announcing Changes to Collections Access and Curator Services, effective November 1, 2021

Ohio History Connection is excited to announce that we are building a new museum collections storage facility!

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September 30, 2021

Ohio Archaeology Month Virtual Presentations

Celebrate Ohio’s archaeological wonders during Ohio Archaeology Month!

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June 7, 2021

Ohio’s Serpent Mound- An American Indian Story Written in the Earth

Messages from Ohio’s indigenous past are everywhere. Serpent Mound, located in Adams County, Ohio, is the most widely recognized effigy mound in the world.

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May 25, 2021

​Archaeologists love trash! Why?

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April 22, 2021

Ohio Shipwreck Research Presentation

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February 26, 2021

Hopewell earthworks tell only part of this amazing ancient American Indian story