Monday, September 9, 2013

Ohio Village - A look At Life in 1861 Ohio Towns

The Ohio Village is a section of the Ohio Historical Society Center on 17th Avenue in Columbus, OH

It is designed to give you a sense of life back in a small town in Ohio during the time period of 1861 and 1865.  You are free to wander the village and investigate the many places and interact with the docents and the "period actors".

This is just one of many different and exciting things you will find at the OHS Center.

Telegraph Office

Dining Room At The Village Hotel

The farmers wife's brushes

Section of a free woman of color's house

Specimen Box

A Street Bench On One Of The Roads

Freight Office

Tailor/Dressmaker's Shop - Row of Hats