This week, the Graveyard Rabbit of Sandusky Bay discovered the grave of Arthur Phinney, Sandusky High School principal from 1867-1870, who later became a lawyer.
This week on the Sandusky History blog, we visit the Esmond Dairy baseball team.
This week, Ohio's Yesterdays hosts a guest post from historicalnaturaldisasters.com, detailing the 1913 Great Dayton Flood.
This week on the Sandusky History blog, a reminder that people have been taking boat rides across the lake to go to baseball games for a century.
One of those boats was a steamer that traveled to Detroit to see the Tigers play Philadelphia.
This month on master herbalist Mary Colvin's blog, a look at the late-spring blooming Violet its uses and characteristics.
This week on the NorthNW birding blog, birders headed to Mercer County to find Smith's Longspur.
They were in luck.
This week on the Graveyard Rabbit of Sandusky Bay, our blogger takes us back to a Victory Loan rally in Perkins Township in 1919 — that featured a speaker who was the blogger's distance relative.
Bowling has always been a popular leisure activity, according to the Sandusky History blog this week.
The 1929 Eagles Club Bowling League had eight teams that competed to pass the time.
This week on the Sandusky History blog, pictures and the story of a former Hancock Street salvage business that once used the railroad tracks that have since been removed.
This week, the Graveyard Rabbit of Sandusky Bay blogger delves into the life of a 30-year-old woman who died of consumption in 1893.
The blog features the grave of Martha Weideman Vair, a daughter of German immigrants.
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