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Julie Geiss considers the history and ecology of Maumee Bay State Park as she travels to visit family in southeastern Michigan.

Dean and James Barr have been working to set up a charitable organization to preserve the Snake Den Mounds Group near Ashville, Ohio, for future research.

The Medina County Park District is taking over managing a historic farm property in Medina. It will be preserved as open space, as a working farm and as a place for education and history.

Judith Sutherland reminisces about her grandparents and all their love built, beginning in a simple ceremony on Easter in 1931.

"Neither to serve nor to rule" was the motto that built our country and created steely individuals filled with deep determination, pride and integrity.

Julie Geiss recalls the incredible relay of dog sled teams that transported antitoxin serum to Nome, Alaska during an outbreak of diphtheria in 1924.

On Jan. 29, 1861, Kansas, the Sunflower State, entered the Union as a free state numbered 34. But it didn't happen overnight. It was a long arduous road.

It wasn't until Judith Sutherland's freshman year of high school that the school board changed the dress code to allow girls to wear pants to school.

The mountain men were the pioneers of the Rocky Mountains, who came first as fur trappers, lured to the West by beavers and later by the buffalo.

Alan Guebert recalls the heating systems and various tactics his family used to stay warm 60 years ago in the farm house of his youth.