In 1797, Harman Blennerhassett and his wife moved to Marietta, Ohio, where they purchased 174 acres of land on an island in the Ohio River.

Blennerhassett's Island Residence

In 1797, Harman Blennerhassett and his wife moved to Marietta, Ohio, where they purchased 174 acres…

Campus Martius in Marietta, Ohio.

Campus Martius

Campus Martius in Marietta, Ohio.

Campus Martius, Marietta, Ohio, 1791, as reconstructed in <em>The American Pioneer</em> in 1841

Campus Martius, Marietta, Ohio, 1791

Campus Martius, Marietta, Ohio, 1791, as reconstructed in The American Pioneer in 1841

Chillicothe served as the capital of Ohio from the beginning of statehood in 1803 until 1810 when Zanesville became the capital for two years.

Seat of Government at Chillicothe

Chillicothe served as the capital of Ohio from the beginning of statehood in 1803 until 1810 when Zanesville…

Cincinnati, Ohio in 1787.

Cincinnati

Cincinnati, Ohio in 1787.

Thomas Corwin, also known as Tom Corwin and The Wagon Boy was a politician from the state of Ohio who served as a prosecuting attorney, a member of the Ohio House of Representatives, United States House of Representatives, and United States Senate, and as Governor of Ohio and Secretary of the Treasury.

Thomas Corwin

Thomas Corwin, also known as Tom Corwin and The Wagon Boy was a politician from the state of Ohio who…

William Dennison, Jr. (November 23, 1815 – June 15, 1882) was a Whig and Republican politician from Ohio. He served as the 24th Governor of Ohio and as U.S. Postmaster General in the Cabinet of President Abraham Lincoln during the American Civil War.

William Dennison

William Dennison, Jr. (November 23, 1815 – June 15, 1882) was a Whig and Republican politician from…

In the 1810s, William Henry Harrison used Fort Defiance as one base for his attacks against Native Americans during what is sometimes called Tecumseh's War.

Site of Fort Defiance, in 1860

In the 1810s, William Henry Harrison used Fort Defiance as one base for his attacks against Native Americans…

The tomb of 20th United States President James A. Garfield in Cleveland, Ohio.

Garfield's Tomb

The tomb of 20th United States President James A. Garfield in Cleveland, Ohio.

Joshua Reed Giddings (October 6, 1795 - May 27, 1864) was an American statesman prominent in the anti-slavery conflict.

Joshua Reed Giddings

Joshua Reed Giddings (October 6, 1795 - May 27, 1864) was an American statesman prominent in the anti-slavery…

The birthplace of Ulysses S. Grant in Point Pleasant, Ohio.

Birthplace of General Ulysses S. Grant

The birthplace of Ulysses S. Grant in Point Pleasant, Ohio.

The grave site of William Henry Harrison in Northbend, Ohio.

Harrison's grave

The grave site of William Henry Harrison in Northbend, Ohio.

"It is one to two feet long, dark slate color, feeds on worms, crawfish, fishes, and aquatic reptiles. It is very voracious, and nothing it can master is spared." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Alleghany hell-bender

"It is one to two feet long, dark slate color, feeds on worms, crawfish, fishes, and aquatic reptiles.…

Duncan McArthur (January 14, 1772 – April 29, 1839) was a Federalist and National Republican politician from Ohio. He served as the 11th Governor of Ohio

Duncan McArthur

Duncan McArthur (January 14, 1772 – April 29, 1839) was a Federalist and National Republican politician…

The tomb of President William McKinley in Canton, Ohio.

Tomb of President McKinley

The tomb of President William McKinley in Canton, Ohio.

The birthplace of President William McKinley in Niles, Ohio.

Birthplace of William McKinley

The birthplace of President William McKinley in Niles, Ohio.

The home of President William McKinley in Canton, Ohio.

Home of William McKinley

The home of President William McKinley in Canton, Ohio.

Ancient works on the Muskingum in Ohio.

Muskingum

Ancient works on the Muskingum in Ohio.

An unknown people inhabited the central portion of North America at an unknown period in its history. They left traces of agriculture and skill in arts.

Great Earthwork near Newark, Ohio

An unknown people inhabited the central portion of North America at an unknown period in its history.…

The official seal of the U.S. state of Ohio in 1889.

Ohio

The official seal of the U.S. state of Ohio in 1889.

The United States seal of Ohio.

Ohio

The United States seal of Ohio.

The state banner of Ohio, the buckeye state.

Ohio

The state banner of Ohio, the buckeye state.

Seal of the state of Ohio, 1904

Ohio seal

Seal of the state of Ohio, 1904

The Ohio Statehouse, located in Columbus, Ohio, is the seat of government for the state of Ohio.

The Ohio State Capitol

The Ohio Statehouse, located in Columbus, Ohio, is the seat of government for the state of Ohio.

The official U.S. state seal of Ohio.

Seal of Ohio

The official U.S. state seal of Ohio.

Geometric pattern for translation and rotation exercises.

Geometric Block Pattern 42

Geometric pattern for translation and rotation exercises.

Whitelaw Reid was a U.S. politician and newspaper editor. Born on a farm near Xenia, Ohio, Reid Attended Xenia Academy and went on to graduate from Miami University with honors in 1856.

Whitelaw Reid

Whitelaw Reid was a U.S. politician and newspaper editor. Born on a farm near Xenia, Ohio, Reid Attended…

First Governor of Ohio

Edward Tiffin

First Governor of Ohio