This collection of articles by freelance writer Toni Leland visits some of the fascinating historical places in Ohio. While the articles only touch on a small portion of Ohio's historic wealth, the ones chosen are true gems.
Ride with the author as she travels the National Road from the historic Wheeling Suspension Bridge at Bridgeport to the last important town before the Indiana border, New Paris. When you've caught your breath, visit some of the amazing Ohio opera houses that have been lovingly restored and are in use today.
Like archaeology? Interested in Native American history? The Earthworks of Licking County are fascinating and beautiful. Then, for something a little more off the beaten track, the author shares photographs and vignettes of some of the more interesting historical cemeteries in the state. From the comfort of your home, view the gorgeous photographs of these places and, perhaps, plan your own outing for the future.
(8,600 words, 84 photographs)
|Publisher:||New Concord Press|
|File size:||8 MB|
About the Author
Toni Leland has been writing for over 20 years. She writes both fiction and non-fiction, and freelance for several magazines, a gardening website, and one newspaper. She is a professional editor and photographer. In her spare time, loves gardening, cooking (and eating!), reading, travel, horses, and cats.
Throughout her life, her greatest love has been horses. From riding them as a young girl, to breeding and raising Arabians and Morgans as an adult, to writing about them as a passion - these wonderful creatures filled her life and her stories.
Toni has written other genres as the mood strikes her, but usually returns to her equine writing roots.