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  1. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  2. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  3. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  4. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  5. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County: View full record
  6. Holdings located at the Naponee Historical Society: Birthplace of David Janssen (star of the series "The Fugitive") Movie and TV Memoribilia on display. Pierce Lyden (Western Movie "Bad Guy") Movie Memoribilia and Autographed Books on display Naponee High School Memoribilia - Photos, Trophies, Year Books, Announcements, School Bell and Corner Stone Local Naponee histories including the town of Naponee and several local family histories Congregational Church Artifacts http://psdesigns13.com/naponeehist.html The Naponee Historical Society bui
  7. The Museum is open from January 15 through November 15: Monday - Friday, 1 to 4. From Memorial Day through Labor Day, the museum is also open Sunday 1 to 4. We will happily open at other times by appointment. Send an e-mail any time, call during regular museum hours, or during off hours, call Franklin County Tourism at 1 641 456 5668. http://historyinfranklincounty.org/?page_id=13 Franklin County Historical Museum is located at: 1008 Central Ave W Hampton, IA 50441 +1 641 456 5777 +1 641 456 5660 info@historyinfranklincou
  8. The Dublin Historical Society is organized for the purpose to discover, collect and preserve documents and materials relevant to the history of Dublin and the surrounding area. The Society displays these materials at the Fletcher Coffman House and barn, 6659 Emerald Parkway, adjacent to Coffman Park. Further, the Society plays a role to identify, mark and encourage preservation of historic sites and buildings in and around Dublin. Additionally, the Society encourages study of and an appreciation for Dublin history. http://www.dublinohiohistory.org/ We encourage
  9. The Upper Arlington Historical Society seeks to enhance the quality of life in Upper Arlington by discovering, preserving, and celebrating the community's history. Founded in 1976 as a not-for-profit volunteer organization, the Society collects archival materials, shares historical information, conducts educational programs, sponsors commemorative activities, promotes historic preservation, and serves as a community resource. We discover and preserve UA history. We work with residents and organizations to collect artifacts, record histories, and document important events in th
  10. Founded in 1974, the Bexley Historical Society is a nonprofit organization that promotes interest and pride in the history of Bexley, Ohio, and the accomplishments of its citizens and institutions. It sees to educate the community by assembling, researching, publishing, preserving, and interpreting a valuable collection of memorabilia, photographs, genealogical records, and other information associated with Bexley's heritage. http://www.bexleyhistory.org/ View full record
  11. The Hilliard Ohio Historical Society and Museum was incorporated November 11, 1966. The society’s main objective was to create a historical village and museum which would preserve the early pioneer life of the community of Hilliard, Ohio and the northwest section of Franklin County. The society was given a lease of a part of Weaver Park on which to build a museum and establish a historical village. The Hilliard Ohio Historical Society is a non-profit, 501©(3) organization which relies heavily on private contributions to supplement public funds. Through the generosity of indivi
  12. The Hilltop Historical Society was founded in 1986 to promote the history of the Hilltop Area of Columbus, Ohio http://hilltopusa.tripod.com/ Thank you for visiting our web site. We encourage you to contact us if you would like more information or are interested in becoming a part of our organization. View full record
  13. You are about to experience technology and history at its finest!! The Grandview Heights Marble Cliff Historical Society and the Grandview Heights Public Library have partnered to give you history to enjoy — at your fingertips! We are very proud of this project. It has taken many hours, and will take many more. It is our gift to all, to be able to scroll through time on your mobile device or computer. We hope you love it as much as we do. This Timeline will be ever expanding and changing, so be sure to visit often. The Timeline is also meant to be interactive. We always welcome new donations t
  14. The Gahanna Historical Society has been active in the local community for over 40 years. Nestled next to Creekside Park in downtown Olde Gahanna, we invite residents, families,and visitors to our historic settlement. http://www.gahannahistory.com/ In 1965 the town of Gahanna had just a few thousand residents when a small group of concerned citizens formed the Gahanna Historical Society. Within the first ten years the organization had completed the relocation and restoration of two historic buildings. The Log House is a beautiful example of pioneer architecture a
  15. The Franklinton Historical Society meets at 6:30 p.m. the third Wednesday of each month, except July, August, and December at the Franklinton Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library, 1061 West Town Street, Columbus, OH 43223. http://franklintonhi...calsociety.org/ Over the years, many people in historic Franklinton expressed the need for a historical organization. Leaders are usually too busy to start a new organization, but in 1993, Carol J. Stewart, Chair of the Franklinton Area Commission and Pat Doerman, President of the Franklinton Board of Trade decided
  16. In the late 1700's, the land upon which the City sprang was initially among lands that the federal government gave to Canadian refugees who fought for the colonies - - as a reward for their service. Among them was Robert Taylor, from Nova Scotia, who in 1810 initially received land in central Ohio between the Scioto River and Big Walnut Creek. The township incorporated on land east of Alum Creek was named Truro, apparently after Mr. Taylor's home in Nova Scotia. http://whitehallhist...ety.weebly.com/ View full record
  17. The Westerville Historical Society (WHS) dates back to 1941 and today has 200 dues-paying households. It descended from a successful community drive in the 1930s to preserve the home of the Hanby family, an Underground Railroad stop, as a state memorial on West Main Street. Eldest son, Benjamin Hanby, was a composer of abolition music at the time of the Civil War . WHS volunteers manage and maintain Hanby House for the Ohio History Connection. The Westervile Historical Society hosts December open houses at Hanby House. They also co-sponsored the 2008 and 2011 Ohio Humanities C
  18. The Columbus Historical Society was founded in 1990 by a group of avid professional and amateur local historians with a passion to share Columbus history. They identified a need to provide The Society was formed to protect and share the history of the broader community, with an emphasis on the core city and county environs. CHS works closely with other local historical organizations to cross promote activities, education, events, preservation, programs, and publications offered throughout the community. CHS provides outstanding free public programs, off-site exhibits, publications, elementary
  19. Our earnest volunteers have worked hard to bring to our audience organized genealogical information, most of it about Franklin County, Ohio. Realizing that all of us have found clues in unexpected places, don’t leave a click un-clicked in our left margin offerings. Members of FCGHS have access to ALL information on our website while non-members limp along, wondering what might lie behind the magic door that could be the answer to their genealogical problems. Limp no more! Become a Member of FCGHS for only $15 and who knows what you will find: ancestors, indexes, re
  20. The Pickerington-Violet Township Historical Society was organized in 1987. Its mission is to preserve our community’s past for future generations to see and use. OUR MUSEUM Our Museum is located in the Olde Carnegie Library which was built in 1916 with a $10,000 grant from Andrew Carnegie. Pickerington was the smallest community in the United States to receive such a grant. When a new, larger library was constructed on Opportunity Way in 1993, the Library Board donated the Carnegie Library to the city of Pickerington with the stipulation that a museum be created
  21. The Worthington Historical Society Mission: The Worthington Historical Society is dedicated to creating experiences that inspire and promote public interest in Worthington’s history. To maintain Worthington’s legacy for future generations, the Society will preserve and interpret its properties and collections and provide educational opportunities to the community. The Worthington Historical Society (WHS) in Ohio was founded in 1955 by Worthington citizens in order to preserve the history and heritage of the community. Properties such as the Orange John
  22. Interment.net Camp Chase Cemetery Concord Cemetery Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens Franklin Hills Memory Garden Glen Rest Memorial Gardens Greenlawn Cemetery Grove City Cemetery Obetz Cemetery Resurrection Cemetery Saint Joseph Cemetery Sunset Cemetery Union Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/oh/franklin.htm Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=csr&CScn=&CScntry=4&CSst=37&CScnty=2064 View full record
  23. On March 30, 1803, the State of Ohio authorized the creation of Franklin County. The county originally was part of Ross County. The county was named in honor of Benjamin Franklin. In 1812, Columbus became Ohio's state capital. Surveyors laid out the city in 1812, and the Ohio General Assembly met for the first time in the new capital in 1816. The first capital of Ohio was in Chillicothe and it later was moved to Zanesville and back to Chillicothe. Columbus was chosen as the site for the new capital because of its central location. The legislature selected it as Ohio's capital over a number of
  24. The FCHS was founded in 1937, after a group of locals attended a screening of Gary Cooper’s movie, “The Plainsman” at the Plaza Theater. Enthusiastic about preserving our local “Western History,” they incorporated and became the recipient of the museum collections and papers of the George H. Thomas Post #18 of the Grand Army of the Republic, the local Union Civil War veterans’ organization. The Society had sporadic activity by the 1950s, and was inactive for a few years prior to the Kansas Centennial in 1961. Through efforts of the Kansas State Historical Society, all the communities in Kansas
  25. Franklin County, named for Benjamin Franklin, was one of 33 original counties organized in 1855, and the county’s borders remain the same today as originally laid out. It is nearly square, extending approximately 24 miles in each direction. The area is historically rich. A Santa Fe Trail cutoff angles across the northern part of the county. It is said that more Native American tribes were in Franklin County at one time or another than any other county in Kansas, and many of the geographical names in the county reflect this. http://www.franklincokshistory.org/
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