On this episode, we’re taking a look at aging in Columbus. From stories of local seniors — and their challenges and successes — to a new initiative aimed at making the city “age-friendly,” get a glimpse of growing older in Columbus.
As part of a Milo-Grogan oral history project, Fort Hayes High School students recently interviewed former residents of Columbus’ Milo-Grogan neighborhood. With guidance from Doreen Uhas Sauer, education outreach coordinator for Columbus Landmarks, the student group has uncovered Milo-Grogan history and preserved it. This week’s episode of Columbus Neighborhoods is dedicated to the project and includes highlights […]
Next time, we’re taking a look at aging in Columbus. From stories of local seniors to a new initiative aimed at making the city “age-friendly,” get a glimpse of growing older in Columbus. Watch at 8:30pm Thursday, May 10 on WOSU TV!
Follow historians, students and activists as the history of a once forgotten neighborhood — Milo-Grogan — is literally uncovered by interviews with former residents and analysis of old photographs, maps and literature. We document the process of forming a cohesive narrative that can be used to better understand the neighborhood now, as well as help […]
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.