Ohio Civil War 150 Exhibit in Zanesville Through January

By Kristina, posted on January 5th, 2012.

The official Ohio Civil war 150 traveling exhibit is coming to Zanesville. Sponsored by the Muskingum County Library System, the Ohio Historical Society’s new traveling exhibit, Ohio and the Civil War: 150 Years Later, will be on display from January 9 to January 31st, 2012 as Muskingum County commemorates the anniversary of the Civil War.
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Zanesville: “Ohio & the Civil War: 150 Years Later” Exhibit

By Kristina, posted on December 29th, 2011.

[ January 9, 2012 to January 31, 2012. ] The Muskingum County Library System is set to host the official Ohio Civil War 150 exhibit.  The Ohio Historical Society, in partnership with the Ohio Humanities Council and American Electric Power, sponsored development of “Ohio & The Civil War: 150 Years Later”, a special travelling panel exhibit produced for the Civil War’s sesquicentennial. The exhibit [...]

Eastern Ohio: Tour “Two Sides of the Coin: A Women’s Perspective”

By cmccune, posted on February 25th, 2011.

[ July 8, 2011; ] Join Ohio Travel Treasures for a Civil War Dinner, in conjunction with their “Two Sides of the Coin: A Women’s Perspective” tour. This meal will be replete with foods from the Civil War and a one hour open bar.

The tour includes an opportunity to rediscover the many ways in which Ohio WOMEN played a [...]

Eastern Ohio: Tour “Two Sides of the Same Coin: A Women’s Perspective”

By cmccune, posted on February 25th, 2011.

[ July 7, 2011; ] Join Ohio Travel Treasures for a Civil War ball, in conjunction with their “Two Sides of the Coin: A Women’s Perspective” tour.

Learn about 19th century American culture and etiquette, all while having a terrific time enjoying a score of different types of authentic period dances – ranging from waltzes to reels – all taught by [...]

1835-04-00: Ohio Anti-Slavery Society

By mepps, posted on October 5th, 2009.

Abolitionists established the Ohio Anti-Slavery Society in Zanesville at a meeting held in April 1835. Among the organization’s founders were prominent abolitionists like Asa Mahan, John Rankin, Theodore Dwight Weld, and Charles Finney. Many of these men were affiliated with Oberlin College. Other organizers of the society were Quakers from the area near Mount Pleasant, [...]