Another View of Ohio's Bicentennial
After spending the past few weeks researching Ohio’s Bicentennial, I think I am safe from the courtroom, though perhaps not from someone taking offense. If what I have to say does at points ruffle any feathers, I sincerely apologize and beg that those ruffled understand that no animus or ill-will is intended, and that my apparent lack of sentiment is motivated not by a deficiency of feeling for Ohio (even though it is a clearly established fact that Ohio is to blame for my home-state of Wisconsin losing the upper peninsula to Michigan) but is merely a byproduct of striving to view history in an objective light. [Exhibit link]
This is a re-creation of the timeline first included in the Toledo's Attic site of 1997 but utilizes a timeline module designed for current technologies. The timeline follows the events fro m1990 through 1970 and links to various exhibits, essays, and other contents in Toledo's Attic.
The Toledo War of 1835-1836
This little known but very important "war" shaped the borders of the states of Michigan and Ohio, with the final outcome granting Toledo, MI and what is now the upper corner of Northwest Ohio to Ohio. Michigan did not leave empty handed, however – the then-territory was granted what is now known as the Upper Peninsula of the state. [Exhibit link]