This 300-plus page book is a guide to the natural and human history of Ohio’s largest county. It offers insights into little-known places, as well as explanations of why things are the way they are. Structures, natural areas, curiosities, gravestones, memorials and, of course, covered bridges are covered in this book. Second-edition published June 2018 features spiral binding to make it easier to use while on the go. Book measures 8-by-5.25 inches. Black-and-white photos, fully indexed with cross references throughout the book and a town-by-town guide to attractions, including ghost towns and curiosities.
These books are of a higher quality than those printed on demand at amazon.com. They have a spiral binding and are printed on heavier paper. We have a very limited number of the books available in this binding/paper selection, and they will not be reprinted in this configuration. Book will be signed by the author.