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Ohio War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission  

Ohio Historical Society

The Society conducts diverse and comprehensive programs to preserve and interpret Ohio’s rich heritage, including: administering 58 historic sites and museums — one of the largest state-supported networks in the country; collecting, preserving and interpreting its vast historic collections; operating the State’s archives and a research library; conducting preservation activities in Ohio communities through the Ohio Historic Preservation Office; publishing a popular history magazine, TIMELINE; presenting educational programs and events for people of all ages; providing professional development for history educators; coordinating the Ohio Historical Marker program; conducting outreach services to local historical groups throughout Ohio; and delivering history content to millions of people through its websites:




R. David Edmunds, The Thin Read Line: The Prophet and Shawnee Resistance, The Ohio Historical Society magazine, Timeline, December 1987/January, 1998. (View Online)

Reginald Horsman, Oliver Spencer and Indian Life Along the Maumee, 1792-95, The Ohio Historical Society magazine, Timeline, January/March 2005. (View Online)