It was supposed to be a wholesome time without the dangers caused by alcohol. What commenced, though, was one of the liveliest and crime-ridden periods in American history.
In 1955, Ohio’s Emma “Grandma” Gatewood was the first woman to hike the Appalachian Trail solo.
So what exactly was the Spanish Flu? How did it affect the world and more specifically what happened in Ohio?
As part of our commemoration of the Suffrage Centennial, the Ohio History Connection has created an exhibit to tell the story of Ohio women's activism.
We are kicking off our suffrage anniversary blog series this month with a post from Megan Wood, Director of the Cultural Resources Division at the Ohio History Connection.
Funds from “Save America’s Treasures” program will help preserve abolitionist’s home