• On Monday, May 13th, 2019 a ceremony was held at the Falls of the Ohio State Park in Clarksville, Indiana to commemorate the expansion of the Lewis & Clark Trail from Pittsburgh, PA to Wood Riv…[View More]

  • Built in 1831 with several additions through subsequent years, this mansion has been home to several important people in U.S. history and is now a Masonic Lodge.

  • The Fayette County Historical Museum in Connersville, Indiana has a wide array of items but probably the most impressive portion of the museum is the automobile exhibit which includes a very rare 1…[View More]

  • Built in 1842 as an office for the White Water Canal Company, the building as been transformed over the years into a bank and then a home. Now the Canal House is a local museum.

  • Built in 1876, the McColly Covered Bridge is one of two covered bridges still standing in Logan County, Ohio.

  • Built in 1882 the Logansville Steel Truss Bridge has faithfully served the community for over 135 years. Originally designed to accommodate horse and buggies, this bridge is outdated and will soon …[View More]

  • Born out of the canal system, the railroads across the eastern half of the United States took advantage of the canal towpaths to lay down tracks for the next form of transportation in the mid 1800s…[View More]

  • In 1863 Confederate General John Hunt Morgan assembled over 2500 men and began a raid throughout Indiana & Ohio taking hundreds of prisoners. But after most of his men had been intercepted by U…[View More]

  • A popular vacation spot in west central Ohio is Indian Lake. Just east of the lake you can find the Bickham Covered Bridge where people fish in its shadow. Here’s the story behind the bridge …[View More]

  • In northeastern Ohio in the small town of Leetonia you’ll find the Cherry Valley Coke Ovens constructed around 1866. One of the largest such facilities in the nation, these ovens were designe…[View More]