Ohio, a State of the American Union, a third larger than Scotland, stretches northward from the Ohio River to Lake Erie, between Pennsylvania and Indiana. It consists of level and undulating plains, on which are raised enormous crops of wheat and maize. Sheep-grazing and cattle-rearing are very extensive; its wool-clip is the largest in America. There are valuable deposits of limestone and freestone, and in output of coal Ohio ranks third of the States. The manufactures are very important; it ranks first in farm implements, and produces also wagons, textile fabrics, and liquors. In the N. excellent fruit is grown. The capital is Columbus (88), the largest city is Cincinnati (297). Admitted to the Union in 1803, it boasts among its sons four Presidents—Grant, Hayes, Garfield, and Benjamin Harrison.

Population (circa 1900) given as 3,672,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Ogygia * Ohio River
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Offa's Dyke
Offenbach, Jacques
Ofterdingen, Heinrich von
Oglethorpe, James Edward
O'Groat's House, John
Ohio River
Ohm, Georg Simon
Ohnet, Georges
Oil City
Oken, Lorenz
Okhotsk, Sea of
Okuma, Count
Olaf, St.


Antique pictures of Ohio

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Hunter, William, M. D.
Washington, George