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The Buckeye State
   is a nickname for the state of   
Ohio
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.
Ohio
   state capital is   
Columbus
Cuyahoga Valley National Park
   is located in   
Ohio
Founded in 2000, encompasses 51 mi².
Ohio State
   has the   
Buckeyes
Columbus, Ohio
Ohio State
   plays in the   
Big Ten
Columbus, Ohio
A Buckeye
   lives in   
Ohio
Ohio River
   runs through   
Pennsylvania
Ohio River
   runs through   
West Virginia
Ohio River
   runs through   
Ohio
Ohio River
   runs through   
Indiana
Ohio River
   runs through   
Illinois
Ohio River
   runs through   
Kentucky
Ohio
   has the Postal Abbreviation   
OH
Rutherford B. Hayes
   was born in   
Ohio
William McKinley
   was born in   
Ohio
William Taft
   was born in   
Ohio
Was appointed by then Pres. Mckinley to be the chief administrator of the Philippines from 1901-1904
The Ohio Players
   released the single   
Fire
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
The Ohio Players
   released the single   
Love Rollercoaster
1975; #1 on the Billboard Hot 100
Ohio
   flag is   

The swallowtail design of the flag is called a burgee.
Pittsburgh
   stands on the   
Ohio
Pennsylvania, U.S.
Fort Ohio
   is/was found in   
The U.S.A.
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.
James Garfield
   had the nickname   
The Plow Boy of Ohio
Ohio
   lies to the north of   
Kentucky
Ohio
   has   
An Early Aircraft and an Astronaut
Joined union in 1803, quarter released in 2002; John Glenn is the astronaut
Love Rollercoaster, Fire, Sweet Sticky Thing
   are all   
Songs by The Ohio Players
Cincinnati, Ohio is the Home of the Reds
   is   
True
The Ohio State University
   has   
Brutus Buckeye
Athletics mascot
Banks of the _____
   -   
Ohio
Joan Baez & Olivia Newton John & Others
Buckeye State
   Means   
Ohio
Queen City
   Means   
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cincinnati
   is situated in   
Ohio
Archdiocese
Cleveland
   is situated in   
Ohio
Columbus
   is situated in   
Ohio
Steubenville
   is situated in   
Ohio
Toledo
   is situated in   
Ohio
Youngstown
   is situated in   
Ohio
Lake Erie
   is situated in   
Ohio
Ohio River Valley
   is situated in   
Ohio
Mansfield Motorsports Park
   is in   
Mansfield, Ohio
0.500-mile oval
Apple
   has a variety named   
Ohio Nonpareil
Ohio
   has a population of   
11,466,917
7th among all States and Territories
Tomato Juice
   is/are an official state food of   
Ohio
"Their Sons Grow Suicidally Beautiful at the Beginning of October, and Gallop Terribly Against Each Other's Bodies"
   are the closing lines of   
Autumn Begins in Martins Ferry, Ohio by James Wright
There’s Nothing Wrong With Ohio Except
      
The Snow and the Rain
“Ohio” by Bowling for Soup
Ohio - Allegheny
   River runs through   
The U.S.A.
2,102 km
"Buckeyes"
   played for   
Cleveland, Ohio
Played in Negro American League 1943-1948 and 1950.
Ohio
   was released by   
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
1970 - inducted in 2009; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Ohio State University
   is in   
Columbus
Ohio
   was performed by   
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
1970
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
   released the single   
Ohio
1970; huge anti-Vietnam War anthem; inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2009






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