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== Contact Us ==
 
== Contact Us ==
We welcome your suggestions, questions, and other feedback at [mailto:ohc@ohiohistory.org ohc@ohiohistory.org]. To learn more about the Ohio History Connection, please visit [http://www.ohiohistory.org www.ohiohistory.org].
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<p>We welcome your suggestions, questions, and other feedback about the Ohio History Central encyclopedia at [mailto:ohc@ohiohistory.org ohc@ohiohistory.org]. </p>
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<p>To learn more about the Ohio History Connection, or to inquire about the organization's other resources and services, please visit [http://www.ohiohistory.org www.ohiohistory.org] or email [http://info@ohiohistory.org info@ohiohistory.org]. </p>
  
 
== Ohio Quick Facts ==
 
== Ohio Quick Facts ==

Latest revision as of 10:34, 3 January 2019

Ohio History Central is an evolving, dynamic online encyclopedia that includes information about Ohio's natural history, prehistory, and history. Ohio History Central is perfect for anyone wanting to learn more about Ohio! Ohio History Central was researched and written by staff at the Ohio History Connection.

Contact Us

We welcome your suggestions, questions, and other feedback about the Ohio History Central encyclopedia at ohc@ohiohistory.org.

To learn more about the Ohio History Connection, or to inquire about the organization's other resources and services, please visit www.ohiohistory.org or email info@ohiohistory.org.

Ohio Quick Facts

1. Name: From Iroquois word meaning "great river"
2. Statehood: On February 19, 1803 Congress passed an act stating that the citizens of Ohio had adopted a constitution in accordance with the 1802 enabling act and the said state had become one of the United States of America. The Ohio General Assembly met for the first time in Chillicothe on March 1, 1803, the date Ohioans now celebrate as Statehood Day.
3. Capitals
1. Chillicothe: 1803 - 1809
2. Zanesville: 1809 - 1812
3. Chillicothe: 1812 - 1816
4. Columbus: 1816 - present
4. Nickname: Buckeye State
5. Total Population: 11,536,504 (as of 2010 census)