Ohio Interest

50 Hikes in Ohio

50 Hikes in Ohio
$19.95
In this revised and updated edition, Ralph Ramey visits old and new trails that reflect his love of hiking in Ohio. Walks through remnant prairies and an area of drifting sand dunes, a climb to a dolomite promontory, and a hike though a deep deciduous forest are among the trekking adventures that Ramey describes in detail in this update of his classic hiking guide.
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9781581573480
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AIA Guide to Columbus

AIA Guide to Columbus
$20.00

Columbus, the largest city in Ohio, has, since its founding in 1812, been home to many impressive architectural landmarks. The AIA Guide to Columbus, produced by the Columbus Architecture Foundation, highlights the significant buildings and neighborhoods in the Columbus metropolitan area. Skillfully blending architectural interest with historic significance, The AIA Guide to Columbus documents approximately 160 buildings and building groups and is organized geographically. Each chapter provides an opportunity to explore a special area of Columbus' built environment.

The Columbus Architecture Foundation has been affiliated with the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Columbus Chapter, for more than thirty years. Its first book project was Architecture Columbus, published in 1976. This new companion volume updates coverage of the buildings and provides a portable, accessible guide to the city's architectural history.

The AIA Guide to Columbus identifies buildings designated as historic and those that have won awards, and includes information on architectural styles, excellent photographs, maps, a glossary, and an index. The focus is on easy touring, whether the reader is walking or driving. Students, visitors, and residents with a penchant for knowing more about their city will enjoy discovering the rich heritage of Columbus' downtown, special districts, and neighborhoods.



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9780821416853
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Annuals for Ohio

Annuals for Ohio
$18.95
Features over 335 annuals best suited to growing conditions in Ohio. Gardeners will enjoy the more than 400 brilliant full-color photographs in the book. They'll also benefit from the down-to-earth knowledge and extensive experience of Ohio horticulturist and garden designer Debra Knapke and Alison Beck, author of almost two dozen gardening guides. The book includes tips on planting, growing, problems and pests. A Quick Reference Chart provides information at a glance on color, sowing, height, hardiness as well as light and soil requirements.
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9781551053882
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ARIEL, A GREAT AMERICAN COMPANY

$125.00
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9780988926134
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Ariel-Foundation Park

$35.00
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9780692547137
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Best Tent Camping: Ohio

Best Tent Camping: Ohio
$15.95
Best Tent Camping: Ohio reveals 50 sites around the Buckeye State that will excite avid tent campers. Ohio's geographical diversity provides a variety of tent camping opportunities to quench any tent camper's thirst for off the beaten path adventures. The author guides readers to the site and shares important and informative details of the area to complete a tent camping excursion to be pleasantly remembered.

Each campsite and its amenities, surroundings, and things to see and do nearby were thoroughly researched onsite and the results are displayed with supporting site maps. Site characteristics such as shade availability and levelness, to distance to next site and the view are included. If quality fishing is nearby, then that is touched on as well. If a hiking trail with a must-see view is accessible, then directions to the trailhead are supplied.

Seasonal tent camping is year round in Ohio, with an abundance of excitement waiting the tent camper. Each campsite description includes recommendations for the best season to visit and why. Ohioan and award winning outdoor travel writer Robert Loewendick has gathered the most current information to guide you to that perfect tent camping excursion you've been longing for.

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9780897325752
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CAMPING OHIO - FALCON GUIDE

CAMPING OHIO - FALCON GUIDE
$18.95
No other campground guidebook focuses solely on the Prairie State. Ohio offers a surprising array of quiet, out-of-the-way parks replete with lakes, rivers, rugged hills, and even rocky cliffs. Camping Ohio opens the door to these places. It includes: Ø Up-to-date trail information and route descriptionsØ Accurate directions to popular as well as less-traveled trailsØ Difficulty ratings for each hikeØ Historical highlightsØ Detailed trail mapsØ Zero-impact camping, and wilderness safety tips and techniques
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9780762781805
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Columbus Neighborhoods

Columbus Neighborhoods
$19.99

Discover the stories behind historic Columbus neighborhoods and their engaging landmarks.


The community centers that locals call home aren't just points of interest but places that have shaped history beyond their communities and even Ohio. This encyclopedia of Columbus neighborhoods gives voice to the rich heritage residing in the bell towers, parks and streetscapes of Franklinton, German Village, King-Lincoln, Olde Town East, Short North and the University District. Along with WOSU's award-winning Columbus Neighborhoods series, Tom Betti, Doreen Uhas Sauer and Ed Lentz curate the stories tracing the lines from your neighborhood to the Manhattan Project, the Underground Railroad, Abraham Lincoln and the Tuskegee Airmen.

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9781609496692
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HAUNTED OHIO : GHOSTLY TALES FROM THE BU

$12.95
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9780962847202
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Haunted Ohio III : Still More Ghostly Tales from the Buckeye State

$12.95
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0962847224
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Haunted Ohio IV: Restless Spirits

$12.95
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0962847259
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Haunted Ohio V : 200 Years of Ghost

$12.95
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0962847283
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Historic National Road Yard Sale Cookbook Volume 2: A Second Helping

$18.00
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213629
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Historical Guidebook to Old Columbus

Historical Guidebook to Old Columbus
$28.95
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Ever look at a modern skyscraper or a vacant lot and wonder what was there before? Or maybe you have passed an old house and been curious about who lived there long ago. This richly illustrated new book celebrates Columbus, Ohio's, two-hundred-year history and supplies intriguing stories about the city's buildings and celebrated citizens, stopping at individual addresses, street corners, parks, and riverbanks where history was made. As Columbus celebrates its bicentennial in 2012, a guide to local history is very relevant.

Like Columbus itself, the city's history is underrated. Some events are of national importance; no one would deny that Abraham Lincoln's funeral procession down High Street was a historical highlight. But the authors have also included a wealth of social and entertainment history from Columbus's colorful history as state capital and destination for musicians, artists, and sports teams.

The book is divided into seventeen chapters, each representing a section of the city, including Statehouse Square, German Village, and Franklinton, the city's original settlement in 1797. Each chapter opens with an entertaining story that precedes the site listings. Sites are clearly numbered on maps in each section to make it easy for readers to visit the places that pique their interest. Many rare and historic photos are reproduced along with stunning contemporary images that offer insight into the ways Columbus has changed over the years.

A Historical Guidebook to Old Columbus invites Columbus's families to rediscover their city with a treasure trove of stories from its past and suggests to visitors and new residents many interesting places that they might not otherwise find. This new book is certain to amuse and inform for years to come.





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9780821420126
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Insiders' Guide to Columbus, Ohio

Insiders' Guide to Columbus, Ohio
$18.95
Everything you need to know about the nation's fifteenth largest city! Whether you plan to pursue an education, start a business, or raise a family, this guide takes you through the rapidly growing Discovery City.
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9780762747849
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Mansfield (Images of America)

Mansfield (Images of America)
$21.99
Mansfield was established in 1808, when its public square was built in north-central Ohio, carved out of a wilderness inhabited only by tribes of Native Americans and an itinerant nurseryman called Johnny Appleseed. Throughout the 200 years since, Mansfield has always been characterized as a leader in innovation. When agriculture was the nation s mainstay, Mansfield manufactured farming machinery; when the country became industrial, Mansfield rose to strength with new technologies in stoves, streetcars, and steel; and when automobiles rolled into history, they rode on Mansfield tires. As a centralized crossroads where railroads and highways meet, it was known to travelers on the Lincoln Highway or the Pennsylvania Railroad as a charming town of tree-lined streets and church towers. With the rust belt decline of big industry in the late 1900s, Mansfield went through yet another metamorphosis, defining the new American economy of small manufacturing and service industries."
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9780738550923
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Marked for Judgment

Marked for Judgment
$12.50
Knox County, Ohio, a quiet community when it comes to crime, is home to a sinister, religious killer who is eliminating members of the county in the exact order of The Ten Commandments. Struck with fear, residents are praying for someone who will put an end to an executioner who is bent on fulfilling every judgment until the last detail is achieved.Detective Elijah Jennings hopes to put a stop to that. A man of struggling faith, he pushes his alcohol problems aside knowing he needs a clear conscience to stop this psychopath who has already judged seven victims. Yet the deeper Elijah digs into the most twisted case of his career, he knows stopping a cold-blooded killer like this is anything but easy. And the further Elijah walks this perilous road, the more he realizes the killer has more in store, even for him.
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9780692643013
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Mountain Biking Ohio

$11.95
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9780965756617
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Ohio Oil and Gas (Images of America)

Ohio Oil and Gas (Images of America)
$21.99
Forty-five years before the drilling of the famous 1859 Colonel Drake oil well in Pennsylvania, oil was produced and marketed from salt brine wells dug in southeast Ohio. The oil was bottled and sold as a cure-all medicine, Seneca Oil. In 1860, one of the first oil fields in Ohio was discovered approximately 10 miles southeast of these wells. The 1885 discovery of the giant Lima-Indiana oil field set off the oil boom of northwest Ohio, a period of land speculation and rapid oil field development that lasted over 20 years and propelled Ohio into the leading oil-producing state from 1895 to 1903. John D. Rockefeller s Standard Oil of Cleveland built storage tanks, pipelines, and a refinery near Lima. The Ohio Oil Company, now Marathon Oil, was active in the area and still maintains an office in Findlay. The Bremen oil field was discovered in south-central Ohio in 1907, setting off another oil boom, which included drilling within the city limits."
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9780738551715
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Ohio's Lake Erie Wineries (Images of America)

Ohio's Lake Erie Wineries (Images of America)
$21.99
Ohio s Lake Erie wineries and vineyards are rooted in tradition. European immigrants settled on the Lake Erie islands and nearby shoreline in the mid-1800s, and the grape industry flourished in Ohio into the early 20th century. Industrialization from Cleveland to Toledo swallowed up prime growing property along the lakeshore, but many farms continued to grow grapes. During Prohibition, wine making went underground. When it ended, restaurant owners bottled their own fortified wines and some of the wineries started mass producing wine with new equipment. The wines of Ohio, like those all over the eastern United States, were mostly sweet and made from native labrusca grapes. In the 1960s, Ohio s serious winemakers learned how to cultivate European-style vinifera grapes along Lake Erie s shore and on the islands. Chardonnay and cabernet sauvignon grapes now grow alongside Concord and Catawba. Today, more than 40 wineries stretch across northern Ohio."
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9780738582818
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Pedaling to Lunch : Bike Rides and Bites in Northeast Ohio

Pedaling to Lunch : Bike Rides and Bites in Northeast Ohio
$18.95
Consider a man riding a bicycle. Whoever he is, we can say three things about him. We know he got on the bicycle and started to move. We know that at some point he will stop and get off. Most important of all, we know that if at any point between the beginning and the end of his journey he stops moving and does not get off the bicycle he will fall off it. That is a metaphor for the journey through life. - William Golding, author of Lord of the Files and Rites of Passage Hop on your bicycle, discover Northeast Ohio, and grab a bite to eat along the way. Pedaling to Lunch is your guide to twenty bicycle trips that traverse sixteen counties. You will ride through Burton, Conneaut, Hartville, and Zoar. Pedal past Amish farm land, the vestiges of the Ohio and Erie Canal, the gracious homes of the National Historic Trust, and picturesque covered bridges. Halfway through each ride, you'll have the opportunity to rest and dine at scenic eateries such as the Spread Eagle Tavern, Des Dutch Essenhaus, and the Sunrise CafÃÂ(c). The bicycle rides of Pedaling to Lunch take you on an historic journey across the Western Reserve and its unique sights, including the childhood home of Clarence Darrow; the summer resort where Dean Martin got his start; the farthest point north raided by Confederate troops; the town where the barnstorming pitcher, Alta Weiss, grew up; and the restored residence of Daniel McCook of the Fighting McCooks. Even more, you'll pedal past wineries, old mills, and spacious lakes along the back roads and byways where the flow of life is still serene, and the countryside undeveloped. Pedaling to Lunch includes detailed maps, accurate mileage notations, and precise directions. Purdum, an experienced cyclist who has ridden along U.S. Route 62 from Niagara Falls to El Paso adds his whimsical commentaries and editorial verve to the scenes and miles. The book is rich with interesting facts and snippets about Ohio towns, characters, and events both famous and infamous. A book for novice and expert cyclists alike, Pedaling to Lunch invites readers to jump into the saddle and let Stan Purdum serve as guide to the scenic sights in your own backyard. Save some gas and get some exercise, or imagine it all from the comfort of your armchair.
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9781931968591
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Railroad Depots of Central Ohio

Railroad Depots of Central Ohio
$21.99
By the mid-1850s, the railroad craze had hit central Ohio. Pioneer railroads that were to evolve into portions of the Baltimore and Ohio, New York Central, and Pennsylvania Railroads connected the state capital, Columbus, with the canals, Lake Erie, and the Ohio River. The region was crisscrossed by numerous other lines by 1880; Columbus became the main hub while other railroad centers included Circleville, Delaware, Mansfield, Mount Vernon, Newark, and Zanesville. Hundreds of depots were built throughout central Ohio to serve railroad passengers and to handle baggage, mail, and freight. Depots became the center of commerce and activity at communities big and small. With the discontinuance of passenger trains across the Buckeye State, many depots disappeared from trackside many simply demolished, others relocated for non-railroad uses. Railroad Depots of Central Ohio offers a pictorial history of selected depots, centering around Columbus and Franklin County, using old postcards and vintage photographs."
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9780738561745
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Rainbows of Rock, Tables of Stone

Rainbows of Rock, Tables of Stone
$29.95
Rainbows of Rock, Tables of Stone is an exploration of the natural arches and pillars of Ohio.

The heart of the book is the identification, description, and interpretation of some 83 arches and 18 pillars known to occur in the state. Background information about the bedrock geology of Ohio, the methods of measuring and describing natural arches and pillars, the processes by which these features can be formed, and the ways that they are eventually removed from the landscape provide interesting and valuable context for better understanding the creation, destruction, and study of these unusual elements of the geological landscape. The names and locations of publicly accessible arches and pillars are given. Rainbows of Rock, Tables of Stone is the most extensive statewide review of natural arches and pillars known, and it will almost certainly become a model that will inspire and influence similar compilations for other states.

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9780939923731
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Rust Belt Chic: The Cleveland Anthology

Rust Belt Chic: The Cleveland Anthology
$20.00
Written by residents of Cleveland, this collection of essays and art speaks to the city from an insiders' view and presents a distinct sense of place. The book was prompted by hearing the echoes for a revitalization of Cleveland and aims to find the future through the history of the city. Citizens of Cleveland will connect to the stories, and readers that are not from the area will enjoy the insight into what it means to live there, why the city is loved or hated, and why some obsess over the city. The works are compiled into eight parts: Concept, Snapshot, History, Growing Up, Conflict, Music, Culture, and Back Home and include contributions by: David C. Barnett, Sean Decatur, Mansfield Frazier, David Giffels, Alissa Nutting, Jim Roakakis, Connie Schultz, and many more.
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9780985944162
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THE JOURNAL OF THE SUB ALPINE CLUB OF AMERICA INCORPOLATED

$27.99
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080220161930196
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Uncommon Threads : Ohio's Art Quilt Revolution

Uncommon Threads : Ohio's Art Quilt Revolution
$22.95
Ohio's long quiltmaking heritage prepared the wayfor the contemporary "pioneer" artists of the 1970s and 1980s, who, through individual vision and dedication, have created a new art form and added a new chapter to quilt history. Uncommon Threads: Ohio's Art Quilt Revolution reveals for the first time the remarkable role Ohio artists, curators, institutions, and organizations have played in the evolution of today's internationalart quilt movement.

Against the backdrop of America's counterculture and civil rights movements, author Gayle A. Pritchard's compelling narrative threads its way through the emergence of the art quilt, from artists working in isolation to the explosive "big bang" of the first Quilt National and its inevitable reverberations. Pritchard provides a fascinating and personal glimpse into the private world of these unique artists through in-depth interviews, rare photographs, and abundant quilt illustrations.

As Uncommon Threads demonstrates, the art quilt movement could not have occurred without Ohio's unparalleled contribution. Quilt lovers around theworld will relish discovering this tale of the uncommon energy, vision, creativity, and devotion to self-expression that truly made a quilt revolution.

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9780821417065
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Weaving Dreams : The Love of Work, the Joy of Life

Weaving Dreams : The Love of Work, the Joy of Life
$24.95
Tami Longaberger is CEO of The Longaberger Company, the premier U.S. manufacturer of handcrafted baskets and other home and lifestyle products. With great tenderness, transparency, and candor, this book opens her heart, offering readers a glimpse of her unique "American Dream"--the kind not handed down or given freely--but earned by hard work and fierce tenacity. Whether sharing memories of her impoverished childhood in Appalachia or accounts of reaching out to business women of the Middle East, Longaberger evokes a balanced nostalgia for the sweetness of the past comingled with a passionate call for hope for the future.

Weaving Dreams prompts readers to dream bigger, think more broadly, and risk taking the road less traveled in business and in life. The life lessons remind us that we are all much more similar than distinct, that we have much for which to be grateful, and that the love of family is a treasure to be valued above all else. In Weaving Dreams: The Joy of Work, the Love of Life, Tami Longaberger emerges as a clear voice of encouragement and inspiration, challenging us all to live each moment to the fullest.

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9780470630037
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