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By: Sam Watkins and Trent Stonesifer
Class: Business Presentations
Table of Contents
❖ Title Slide
❖ State Capital
❖ State History
❖ Natural Resources
❖ Famous People
❖ Major Cities
❖ Major Colleges
❖ Tourist Attractions
❖ State Motto
❖ State Outdoors
❖ State Nickname(s)
❖ Other Facts
❖ First Flight
❖ In Conclusion
● Columbus is Ohio’s state capital.
● It is located almost directly in the middle of
● The nickname of Columbus is “The Discovery
● It is the capital of the largest city in Ohio.
● 15th largest city in the US.
● Mayor is Michael B. Coleman.
❖ Evidence shows that the Ohio Valley was inhabited by
native people as early as 13,000 BC.
❖ On February 19, 1803: US President Thomas Jefferson
signed an act of Congress that approved Ohio's
boundaries and constitution.
❖ The United States created the Northwest Territory
under the Northwest Ordinance of 1787.
❖ During the 18th century the French set up a system of
trading posts to control the fur trade in the region of
● Ohio’s geographical size is 66,514.06 sq.
● The population is 11,600,500 people in
● Ohio is the seventh most populated state
in the U.S.
❖ Machine-tool manufacturing.
❖ Second leading steel producer.
❖ Oil refining.
❖ Production of automobiles and
● Over 3 billion tons of coal have been mined.
● 460 oil and gas wells were drilled in 2011.
● in 2011, limestone, sand, gravel, and salt
● 300 to 400 million board feet of timber are
harvested each year.
❖ Neil Armstrong
❖ The Wright Brothers
❖ William H. Taft
❖ Cy Young
❖ William McKinley
❖ Ulysses Grant
❖ Maya Lin
❖ University of Akron
❖ Bowling Green State University
❖ Central State University
❖ University of Cincinnati
❖ Cleveland State University
❖ Kent State University
❖ Miami University
❖ Ohio State University
❖ University of Toledo
❖ Ohio University
World's Largest Horseshoe Crab
A Christmas Story House
World's Most Infamous Soap Box Derby Car
Rock and roll hall of fame
Pro- football hall of fame
❖ The climate of Ohio is a humid continental
❖ The summer is warm and sunny
❖ Temperatures in summer run mostly in the 90’s.
❖ The winters get cold.
❖ Temperatures is usually around 17-43 degrees
fahrenheit in the winter.
“With God, all things are
Flower- Scarlet Carnation
Tree- Ohio Buckeye
Animal- White Tailed Deer
❖ Buckeye State (Known most)
❖ The Mother of Presidents
❖ Birthplace of Aviation
❖ The Heart of It All
Cleveland is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame is located in Canton.
Cincinnati Reds were the first professional baseball team.
Cincinnati had the first professional city fire department.
Ohio’s official website is http://www.ohio.gov/
❖ The Wright Brother’s First Flight was on
December 17, 1903
❖ 10:36 was the exact take off time
❖ They took two flights that day
❖ The wind gust was around 27 mph
❖ Ohio is a rather large state.
❖ There are many resources and industry in
❖ There are tons of fun things to do in
❖ Ohio has several nicknames.
❖ There are several big cities in Ohio.
❖ Ohio’s state capital, Columbus, is the
15th largest city in the U.S.