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COLUMBUS NEIGHBORHOODS

Central Ohio's Ancient History

  • Aired: 11/17/2016
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
We explore Central Ohio's ancient history, starting with the Adena culture and the earthworks and artifacts they left behind. Local historian Ed Lentz explains how Mound Street got its name. Plus, Doreen Uhas Sauer, with the help of the Ohio History Connection and the current tenants, investigate the mystery of the Zenus Jackson House.
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Support for Columbus Neighborhoods is provided by the State Auto, American Electric Power, The Columbus Foundation, Bailey Cavalieri, COTA, Fahlgren Mortine, OhioHealth, Barbara Fergus, Nancy Jeffrey, Hattie and Robert Lazarus Fund of The Columbus Foundation, Thomas and Nancy Lurie, Robert and Missy Weiler
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