Who settled Ohio?
The Modern State:
Modern Ohio is a midwestern state that touches Lake Erie in the north, the Appalachian Mountains in the south, and the Ohio River. This makes Ohio the 34th largest state in the nation.
Answer and Explanation:
The first Europeans to settle in the area that is now known as Ohio were the French—they first arrived there in 1669 to set up fur trading...
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fromChapter 19 / Lesson 14
This lesson will teach you the history of the state of Ohio, the 17th state to join the Union. You'll learn about Ohio's early inhabitants, the arrival of European settlers, how they became part of the United States, and some current facts.