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Ohio – the Buckeye State

   
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Male Cardinal - wherethebirdsare.com

Ohio State Bird: Cardinal

 

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Ohio State Bird: Cardinal

 

Top Five Facts

 

1. ) Ohio’s three largest cities: Columbus, Cleveland, and Cincinnati, all start with the letter "C."

2. ) Cleveland is home to the International Rock-‘N’-Roll Hall-of-Fame

3. ) Canton is home to the Professional Football Hall-of-Fame

4. ) America’s first traffic light was constructed in Cleveland in 1914.

5. ) Seven United States presidents were born in Ohio.

 

Ohio in History

 
Pontiac
 
Pontiac’s Rebellion

French and Indian War

Pontiac’s Rebellion

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Siege of Fort Meigs

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Union States in the Civil War

 

How does the history of Ohio compare to the histories of other states? Click below to try State History Rater

 
State History Racer
 

Ohio People

 

Tecumseh

 

Tecumseh

Ulysses S. Grant

Rutherford B. Hayes

James A. Garfield

Benjamin Harrison

William McKinley

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Warren G. Harding

Thomas Edison

William T. Sherman

Neil Armstrong

Maya Lin

Lebron James

 

Ohio in Detail

 
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Selected Ohio Video – Cuyahoga Valley