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This blog will serve as a means for those of us working on the Culver-Union Twp. (Indiana) Public Library's history website, history and genealogy collection, and in the ongoing development of our library's museum & research center, to interact with you, the public, and keep everyone updated on the latest news and upcoming matters of interest.
http://www.culver.lib.in.us/historyblog/ - last updated 8 Aug 2007
In an effort to provide our patrons with updated information straight from the source (The Local History Department) the webmaster of the Portsmouth (Ohio) Public Library and the staff of the Local History department have created the Local History Blog. It's our hope that patrons and community members can find useful information on this blog and hopefully contribute their research and possibly some photos.
http://www.yourppl.org/lhblog/ - last updated 12 Jun 2007
Waynesville, Ohio was a central hub in the Quaker migration west from the states of Virginia, North and South Carolina, and Georgia from 1795 onward. Seeking to escape from slavery, Quaker families settled in the Northwest Territory, in the area of southwest Ohio, establishing meetings like a wheel around Waynesville. Some families settled here and others moved on to Indiana and points further west. Quakers from the Mid-Atlantic States also settled in the area or continued on west.
http://qugenswohio.blogspot.com/ - last updated 28 Dec 2006