Public History Award

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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