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Ohio Historical Society Archaeology

Ohio History Central

Ohio History Central, the Ohio Historical Society's Online Encyclopedia, contains a timeline and entries relating to Ohio's ancient past.

What's the Point?

This interactive website includes information on identifying flint artifacts and a timeline of Ohio's ancient history.


Classes and other groups can participate in this program at the Ohio Historical Center. Click on the link above for more information on booking this and other programs, or view the full description and curriculum resources. [PDF]

Volunteer opportunities

VolunteersVolunteer opportunities are available Tuesday mornings from 8:30-12. Of particular need at the present time are data entry operators. If you are interested in joining in on the fun, please contact Linda Pansing at or (614) 298-2061. You also can go the OHS on-line application form at

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Ohio Archaeology Blog

Visit the Ohio Archaeology blog for updates on current projects and programs.

Recent posts include:
Ft Laurens Musketball Concentration: evidence of a fight or fiasco and Some Thoughts On Pickawillany, 1748-1752, Part 1: The Setting