Come to the Kelton House for this Civil War Sesquicentennial Program, "A Short History of Camp Chase, 1861-1865: Union Training Camp and Confederate Prison," presented by Richard Hoffman.
During the Civil...
This ceremony honors more than 200 veterans from the American Revolution through the war in Vietnam buried in Dayton's historic Old Greencastle Cemetery. Hosted by Sons of Union Veterans of...
Come to the Cleveland Public Library for a program on "Civil War Illustrations" by Jesse Wilder.
For more information: Contact the Ohio Commandery of MOLLUS at email@example.com or...
Come to the Cuyahoga County Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument for the unveiling of a Historical Marker to commemorate Lincoln's second visit to Cleveland and to recognize the tribute that Cleveland...
Written By Fredric C. Lynch, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
The Medal of Honor (MOH) is the United States' highest military award for "conspicuous gallantry at risk of...
Written by: Catherine Wilson, Executive Director, Greene County Historical Society
They weren’t all teachers or washerwomen or servants. There were farmers and tavern keepers and even a couple of carpenters. Some...
Written by Roger Micker
In March 1864, Grant had made the decision to deploy his troops to force Lee’s entire army into a total “unconditional surrender”. Part of his plan would...