Public History Award

2024 Two Awards:
The Youngstown State University History Program, “Hearing Our Voices: Discovering Black Youngstown”
Matthew Crawford, Kent State University, “The Liquid Crystal Oral History Project”

2023 Kathleen Crowther; Anne Doten; Aaron G. Fountain, Jr.; Margaret Lann; Thomas L. Bynum, Donna Whyte; and James Robenalt
“Cleveland African American Civil Rights Trail”

2022 David Strittmater, Ohio Northern University
“Kent State Guardsmen Oral History Project”

2021 The Fort Meigs Association
“The Foot of the Rapids: A Fort Meigs Association Podcast”

2015-2020 No Award Given

2014 Youngstown State University’s Center for Applied History/ The Friends of the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor/ The Massillon Museum
“Celebrating the Legacy of the New Deal”

2013 Julie Carpenter, The Betts House, Cincinnati
“The Big Shake: How the 1811-1812 New Madrid Earthquakes Rocked the Ohio Valley”

2012 Maggie Marconi, Sandusky Library/Follett House Museum
“Oakland Cemetery, Civil War Heroes”

2011 Joseph A. Calabrese, Chief Executive Officer, Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority / Greg Peckham, Executive Director, Cleveland Public Art / Mark Tebeau and Mark Souther, Co-Directors, Center for Public History + Digital Humanities, Cleveland State University
“The Euclid Corridor History Project”

2010 Akron-Summit County Public Library and the University of Akron
“The Times They Were A-Changin’: Akron Remembers 1968”

2009  No Award Given

2008  Newark Earthworks Center at The Ohio State University — Newark

2007  No Award Given

2006  No Award Given

2005  No Award Given

2004  Bicentennial Committee of the School for Creative and Performing Arts
“Cincinnati:  A Work of Art”

2003  Shawnee State University
“River Voices:  A Documentary Film on the 1937 Ohio River Flood”

2002 Clark County Historical Society / Clark County Commissioners / Clark County Park District for the Heritage Center of Clark County and the Davidson Interpretation Center

2001  Washington Senior High School, Research History Class
“William Anderson Post #244, Grand Army of the Republic, USCT”

2000  Bowling Green State University
“Conference on Local History of the Center for Archival Collections”

1999  History Department, Youngstown State University
“My Brother and I:  Brickyard Laborers, Immigration, and Ethnicity”

1998  Campus Marcius Museum / Ohio Historical Society
“Paradise Found and Lost:  Migration in the Ohio Valley, 1850-1970”

1997  Howard Sacks and Students, Kenyon College
“The Family Farm Project Web Site”

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