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  • The White Pigeon Prairie Land Office in White Pigeon Prairie, Michigan operated between 1831 and 1834. Up to 260,000 acres of land taken from the Potawatomi Indians was sold through this office for…[View More]

  • No one lives forever but by having us produce a video on the history of your life, you can leave a legacy for your yet unborn great grand children to view in the fu…[View More]

  • In existence between 1843 and 1848 The LaGrange Phalanx was one of about 30 such towns constructed by followers of Charles Fourier a French philosopher who believed in a Utopian Socialism. Today th…[View More]

  • In northern Indiana on a dead end side road sits a couple of dams and an old abandoned electric power plant that is slowly being consumed by nature. Here’s the story behind this forgotten pie…[View More]

  • Built in 1866 the Revelation Baptist Church in Cincinnati’s West End began life as a Jewish Synagog. This video tells the story of the start of the Jewish community in Cincinnati and how the …[View More]

  • The last remaining steel through truss bridge in LaGrange County, Indiana is a phantom bridge! Here’s what we know about this beast.

  • From 1902 to 1932 the Indianapolis & Cincinnati Traction Company struggled to stay afloat. In this video we cover three of the traction line bridges in Fayette County, Indiana. One of these bri…[View More]

  • Built in 1858 near Norwich, Ohio, the West Union One Room School House is the second school at this location and one of the finest examples of early educational buildings in the region.

  • A series of 11 canal locks and dams were built along the Muskingum River in central Ohio between 1836 to 1841. This is the story behind Lock and Dam # 9 in Philo, Ohio.

  • Ohio’s first traffic fatality happened back in 1835 just east of Zanesville, Ohio along the National Road.