The teacher-approved K12 app. Try our math and language practice. The pioneering IXL app puts math and language arts practice right at your fingertips. Boasting all the functionality of IXL’s website as well as a host of unique tablet-only features, it engages kids by making practice really feel like play.  Download it for iPad, Android and Kindle today for free.

The teacher-approved app. Try our math and language practice. The pioneering IXL app puts math and language arts practice right at your fingertips. Boasting all the functionality of IXL’s website as well as a host of unique tablet-only features, it en

This marker text is about only the Sandusky Wyandot and a few Anderdon Wyandottes/Wyandots who went to Kansas. There were and are other groups as well.

Was the Indigenous Wyandotte Nation of Ohio Forced Out or Paid to Leave?

Ohio was part of the Underground Railroad

There are over five hundred documented Underground Railroad sites in the state of Ohio.Visit small towns such as Marietta and Ripley, along the Ohio and Muskingum Rivers. Visit the Underground Railroad Museum in Cincinnati.

The May 4 Collection, established by the Kent State University Libraries in 1970, includes over 300 cubic feet of primary sources related to the Kent State shootings and their aftermath.  Kent State University was placed into the international spotlight on May 4, 1970, after 13 students were shot by members of the Ohio National Guard at a student demonstration. Four students were killed and nine others were wounded, including one who was permanently paralyzed from his injury.

On May unarmed college students were shot by members of the Ohio National Guard at Kent State University. Forty years later, this slideshow takes a look back at the events of the day.

Independance Dam State Park Defiance, OH. Camp #3 was located about six miles below Fort Winchester on the North bank of the Maumee River. The timeline being from November 2nd, 1812 through January 1st, 1813 three Kentucky Militia Regiments: Col. Allen’s !st Rifle Regiment, Kentucky Volunteer Militia; Col. Scott’s 1st Kentucky Volunteer Militia, Col. Lewis’s 5th Kentucky Volunteer Militia and one regiment of US Regulars, “17th , Regt.”, under the command of Col. Wells were stationed there.

Old Kentucky Burial Grounds at Independance Dam State Park Defiance, OH

Facespace...Allison Krause....Kent State Shootings

Facespace...Allison Krause....Kent State Shootings

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