Unofficial nickname. The markings on the buckeye tree's nut resembled the eye of a buck deer and so the Indians called it "hetuck" or "buckeye." The nickname owes a lot to William Henry Harrison who, during the 1840 presidential adopted a log cabin made of buckeye timber as his emblem, and many of his supporters would carry buckeye canes.
has the Postal Abbreviation
Was appointed by then Pres. Mckinley to be the chief administrator of the Philippines from 1901-1904
1974; 1 week as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and 2 weeks as #1 on the R&B chart; different song then song by The Pointer Sisters
1975; #1 on the Billboard Hot 100
The swallowtail design of the flag is called a burgee.
One of a chain of four forts protecting the frontier, was stockade fort erected by Job Pearsall in 1749 on the present site of Ridgeley, West Virginia. Was built of log construction, 45 feet long and 25 feet wide, with two stories.
Joined union in 1803, quarter released in 2002; John Glenn is the astronaut
Joan Baez & Olivia Newton John & Others
7th among all States and Territories
“Ohio” by Bowling for Soup
Played in Negro American League 1943-1948 and 1950.
1970 - inducted in 2009; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
1970; huge anti-Vietnam War anthem; inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2009