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Graduate Student, History Center Research 1881 Lynching in Athens

South Bridge (now the Richland Avenue Bridge)

In 1881, Christopher Davis, a biracial man and resident of Athens, was lynched near what is now the Richland Avenue Bridge. Davis, who had a wife, a daughter, and an infant son, had been accused of the rape and attempted murder of Lucinda Luckey, a white woman. In the years […]

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June 3, 2019 at 1:18 pmIn Class News

Certified Interpretive Guide Training Sparks Collaboration

Jordan Zdinak

Through Certified Interpretive Guide training, Jessica Cyders ’06 and Jordan Zdinak ’20 have not only become colleagues and collaborators, they also have honed their ability to impart specialized knowledge to the public. Cyders, Executive Director of the Southeastern Ohio History Center, earned a B.A. in History from Ohio University’s College […]

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June 3, 2019 at 12:57 pmAlumni