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Premiered 22 hours ago
This hour-long documentary covers the formation of the Ohio Company of Associates and their journey into the Northwest Territory, the founding of Ohio University, the early industries of salt and bricks, John Newton-Templeton – the first African American student at Ohio University, The Athens Asylum, The Berry Hotel, The McBee Corporation and PGA Champion Dow Finsterwald. It also looks at the 1970 shutdown of Ohio University due to the shootings at Kent State. A closure like that has never happened again until now with the closure of the university and move to remote education due to the COVID-19 outbreak.