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Tag Archives: Ohio History Connection

From the Vault: Obsidian Knife

WOSU’s Brent Davis visits the Ohio History Connection to examine an obsidian knife that originated in the American Southwest and was discovered in mounds of the ancient Ohio Hopewell people.

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From the Vault: Copper Head Plate

We stopped by Ohio History Connection to examine a copper head plate made by the Ohio Hopewell culture approximately 2,000 years ago.

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From the Vault: The Winton Car

Could the first motorized carriage to be seen on the streets of Columbus be in the Ohio History Connection collections?

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Paving the Way: The First Concrete Street in America

The first concrete street in America was poured in Bellefontaine, Ohio, in 1891 — and it has a connection to a WOSU TV host.

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Columbus on the Move

On this episode, we’re taking a look at a few things that move and have moved Columbus: aviation innovation at Ohio State University, the first concrete street in America, Heart and Sole — a nonprofit that gives children with disabilities a chance to race — a Columbus motorized carriage and more. Photos: Courtesy of Columbus […]

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