By Leslie Korenko
Special to the Sandusky Register
2:58 PM Nov 19, 2014
Special to the Register
In the summer of 1790 the Ohio River was a very dangerous place.
8:31 PM Jun 18, 2014
Historians have stated for decades the American Civil War, this country’s bloodiest, resulted in 620,000 fatalities.

9:09 PM May 19, 2014
Optimism sprang anew as temperatures warmed, birds chirped and flowers bloomed, welcoming another spring’s arrival. However, in 1864, as the war entered its fourth year, attention focused on the cloud of uncertainty hovering above the Confederacy.
4:39 PM Apr 15, 2014
By John Hildebrandt
Special to the Register
3:03 PM Mar 9, 2014
President Lincoln received a very important gift on Christmas Eve in 1864.
3:14 PM Dec 22, 2013
The idea of setting aside a day to give thanks for a bountiful harvest is as old as ancient times.
8:31 AM Nov 17, 2013
There were once lots of copperheads living in Erie County. Copperhead snakes have largely disappeared, however, eliminated by changes in habitat and relentless persecution by their human enemies.
11:11 AM Oct 21, 2013


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