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Learn more about the best time, strategy and locations to find arrowheads in Ohio.

In his column this week, Sam Moore details Henry Ford's early years and the conception and development of the Fordson tractor.

Judith Sutherland recalls all the lessons her children and their friends learn from her living room playing The Oregon Trail on their old Mac.

Fancy wasn't what John Browning had in mind when the renowned gun maker created the 1911 handgun in the late 1800s, but there was nothing more reliable.

The last of three columns by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ernie Pyle, who reported on the hardships and bravery of soldiers during World War II.

The second of three columns by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ernie Pyle, who reported on the hardships and bravery of soldiers during World War II.

The first of three columns by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ernie Pyle, who reported on the hardships and bravery of soldiers during World War II.

Sam Moore shares a column written by Bascom B. Clarke, the founder and editor of The American Thresherman magazine throughout most of its existence.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt ponders the evolution of the telephone and how we have used it over time.

The dramatic drop in farmers in less than five generations shows the power and culture-changing impact of technology on farming and rural America.
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