Ohio Literary Trail The A Guide

Compiled with care by Betty Weibel, one of the trail's creators, this guide offers something unique for the armchair traveler and the road warrior alike.

Author: Betty Weibel

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9781467149341

Category: History

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The Ohio Literary Trail celebrates the Buckeye State's role in shaping culture and literature worldwide. Along the trail, developed by the Ohioana Library Association, lie historic homes, museums, library collections and historical markers honoring great authors, poets and influencers of the literary landscape. Following the state's five geographic regions for convenient self-guided tours, curious explorers can walk in the footsteps of Harriet Beecher Stowe and poet Paul Laurence Dunbar. They can view renowned collections of comics, picture book art and Nancy Drew-themed artifacts. Or they can tour the home and farm of Pulitzer Prize winner and conservationist Louis Bromfield. Compiled with care by Betty Weibel, one of the trail's creators, this guide offers something unique for the armchair traveler and the road warrior alike.
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The Ohio Literary Trail

he original idea behind creating The Ohio Literary Trail: A Guide came from a blend of experiences over the years: promoting Ohio for the state's Division of Travel and Tourism; working for the Ohio Bicentennial Commission when the ...

Author: Betty Weibel

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9781439672631

Category: Travel

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The Ohio Literary Trail celebrates the Buckeye State's role in shaping culture and literature worldwide. Along the trail, developed by the Ohioana Library Association, lie historic homes, museums, library collections and historical markers honoring great authors, poets and influencers of the literary landscape. Following the state's five geographic regions for convenient self-guided tours, curious explorers can walk in the footsteps of Harriet Beecher Stowe and poet Paul Laurence Dunbar. They can view renowned collections of comics, picture book art and Nancy Drew-themed artifacts. Or they can tour the home and farm of Pulitzer Prize winner and conservationist Louis Bromfield. Compiled with care by Betty Weibel, one of the trail's creators, this guide offers something unique for the armchair traveler and the road warrior alike.
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Ohio Literary Trail

Compiled with care by Betty Weibel, one of the trail's creators, this guide offers something unique for the armchair traveler and the road warrior alike.

Author: Betty Weibel

Publisher: History Press

ISBN: 1540247627

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The Ohio Literary Trail celebrates the Buckeye State's role in shaping culture and literature worldwide. Along the trail, developed by the Ohioana Library Association, lie historic homes, museums, library collections and historical markers honoring great authors, poets and influencers of the literary landscape. Following the state's five geographic regions for convenient self-guided tours, curious explorers can walk in the footsteps of Harriet Beecher Stowe and poet Paul Laurence Dunbar. They can view renowned collections of comics, picture book art and Nancy Drew-themed artifacts. Or they can tour the home and farm of Pulitzer Prize winner and conservationist Louis Bromfield. Compiled with care by Betty Weibel, one of the trail's creators, this guide offers something unique for the armchair traveler and the road warrior alike.
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Moon Ohio

Ohio: Find it Here ohio.org Travel inspiration and profiles on things to see, do, eat, and experience throughout Ohio. ... a catalog of books reflecting Ohio's contributions to culture, and information on the Ohio Literary Trail.

Author: Matthew Caracciolo

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781640494275

Category: Travel

Page: 320

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From cities with old-world charm to endless family adventures in the great outdoors, experience the best of the Buckeye State with Moon Ohio. Inside you'll find: Strategic, flexible itineraries for thrill-seekers, outdoor adventurers, families, and more Unique experiences and fun highlights: Wander Columbus’s trendy neighborhoods on foot or escape to quiet Amish Country. Feel a rush of adrenaline at the famous Cedar Point amusement park, hit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, or spend a day at the zoo with the whole family. Kick back at a brewery (or stay at the world’s first craft beer hotel!) and chow down on authentic German food The best outdoor adventures: Hike to stunning waterfalls in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, explore hidden caves, or head to the Lake Erie Islands for a quintessential summer camping trip Expert advice from Columbus local Matthew Caracciolo on when to go, how to get around, and where to stay Helpful resources on Covid and traveling to Ohio Full-color photos and detailed maps throughout Thorough information on the landscape, climate, wildlife, and history With Moon's local insight and practical tips, you can experience the best of Ohio. Exploring more of the Midwest? Try Moon Michigan or Moon Wisconsin. About Moon Travel Guides: Moon was founded in 1973 to empower independent, active, and conscious travel. We prioritize local businesses, outdoor recreation, and traveling strategically and sustainably. Moon Travel Guides are written by local, expert authors with great stories to tell—and they can't wait to share their favorite places with you. For more inspiration, follow @moonguides on social media.
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The Ohio Review

+ “ In Broken Country is one more solid book in the literary trail of a man who keeps our desire for independence alive and makes us less reluctant to accept ourselves , " writes Richard Hugo in his blurb for his fellow Roethke ...

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Official Master Register of Bicentennial Activities

TITLE LEISURE & RECREATION - CONTINUED 004615 RIVERFRONT BICENTENNIAL PARK , CINCINNATI 004620 BIKE TRAIL OF CAMBRIDGE ... THE LITERARY CAREER OF CHARLES W CHESNUTT - STUDY 004627 ACCENT ON BICENTENNIAL CREATIVITY - HUDSON , OHIO 004791 ...

Author: American Revolution Bicentennial Administration

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ISBN: UOM:39015027007486

Category: American Revolution Bicentennial, 1776-1976

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Illinois History

The Carl Sandburg Trail Rivers Trail follows levee tops from the Missis- calls for an interpretation of one of his poems , sippi to the beautiful Ohio . as well as a review of his Prairie Town Boy or These trails have infinite variety .

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ISBN: WISC:89064407406

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Official Master Register of Bicentennial Activities Jan 1975

... OHIO 003237 BIKE & HIKING TRAIL OF PORT WASHINGTON , WISCONSIN 003256 RESTORE COLONIAL BURIAL GROUNDS OF NEWPORT , RI 003264 REVOLUTINARY WAR PERIOD PROGRAMS -CHELMSFORD , MASS 003267 A LITERARY TRAIL OF THE BERKSHIRE MOUNTAINS ...

Author: American Revolution Bicentennial Administration

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105211286286

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The Atlas of Boston History

... 2014); Susan Wilson, The Literary Trail of Greater Boston (Beverly, MA: Commonwealth Editions, 2005); Susan Wilson, ... Prints & Photographs Division Photo of Lewis Hayden—Courtesy of the Ohio History Connection Photo of Theodore ...

Author: Nancy S. Seasholes

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226631158

Category: History

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Few American cities possess a history as long, rich, and fascinating as Boston’s. A site of momentous national political events from the Revolutionary War through the civil rights movement, Boston has also been an influential literary and cultural capital. From ancient glaciers to landmaking schemes and modern infrastructure projects, the city’s terrain has been transformed almost constantly over the centuries. The Atlas of Boston History traces the city’s history and geography from the last ice age to the present with beautifully rendered maps. Edited by historian Nancy S. Seasholes, this landmark volume captures all aspects of Boston’s past in a series of fifty-seven stunning full-color spreads. Each section features newly created thematic maps that focus on moments and topics in that history. These maps are accompanied by hundreds of historical and contemporary illustrations and explanatory text from historians and other expert contributors. They illuminate a wide range of topics including Boston’s physical and economic development, changing demography, and social and cultural life. In lavishly produced detail, The Atlas of Boston History offers a vivid, refreshing perspective on the development of this iconic American city. Contributors Robert J. Allison, Robert Charles Anderson, John Avault, Joseph Bagley, Charles Bahne, Laurie Baise, J. L. Bell, Rebekah Bryer, Aubrey Butts, Benjamin L. Carp, Amy D. Finstein, Gerald Gamm, Richard Garver, Katherine Grandjean, Michelle Granshaw, James Green, Dean Grodzins, Karl Haglund, Ruth-Ann M. Harris, Arthur Krim, Stephanie Kruel, Kerima M. Lewis, Noam Maggor, Dane A. Morrison, James C. O’Connell, Mark Peterson, Marshall Pontrelli, Gayle Sawtelle, Nancy S. Seasholes, Reed Ueda, Lawrence J. Vale, Jim Vrabel, Sam Bass Warner, Jay Wickersham, and Susan Wilson
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A Glimpse of the Other Americas

. . "Judi Lifton has written a charming memoir that transports readers to distant lands in A Glimpse of the Other Americas: A Backpacker's Memoir.

Author: Judi Lifton

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ISBN: 9798986098395

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Backpacking in Belize 1983, Guyana 1990 and Ecuador 1997 -- It was unbelievable that I was on a jungle river in a torrid rain in Guyana. I felt compelled to look through the veil of water pouring down the front of my face and bouncing on the waves of the river. I watched the greenery glisten and dance with the rain. The thatched huts, barely discernible in the distance, looked like small fortresses. I breathed deeply. It was a privilege to feel and sense the culture-to observe. Here on the river, as in our other adventures, we would try to be as unobtrusive as possible . . . "Judi Lifton has written a charming memoir that transports readers to distant lands in A Glimpse of the Other Americas: A Backpacker's Memoir. I learned about destinations and cultures I would never have chosen to visit and felt like I had traveled in her footsteps, whether on a jungle river in the torrid Guyana rain or a dusty road in Ecuador. Her vivid writing style lets you feel and experience the journey without leaving the comfort of your home ... no backpack required. Two thumbs up for A Glimpse of the Other Americas." -Betty Weibel, author of The Ohio Literary Trail: A Guide
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