National Ohio Day
We recognize each state in the order they entered the union, beginning with Hawaii and ending with Hawaii on Independence Day. We feature a small part of each state's past, foods, and the people who make up the state. There's so much more to discover, we can't help but celebrate our beautiful country even more.
In Ohio, traces of a civilization that made mounds can also be discovered. Kickapoo, Erie, and Shawnee were the most populated Ohio by the time Europeans arrived on the continent.
312 miles of Lake Erie shoreline on this Great Lakes State's northern border. Both an economic and recreational boon for Ohioans. It's also a natural resource. The consumable food and water it provides are essential as the world's 12th largest lake.
Ohio has been known to look to the clouds, from the icy blue lakes to crystal clear sky. If we remember the Wright Brothers for getting us there, the pilots who went there, the scientists who went there, want out observatories to investigate deeper, and of course, the astronauts who went where no one has gone before, Ohio keeps our heads in the clouds.
The eyes and the stomach are nourished by Ohio's state from the city to the countryside. Both adventure seekers and adventurers alike will find their home. It's all here for history buffs and collectors.