The Ohio almanac: an encyclopedia of indispensable information about the Buckeye universe

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Orange Frazer Press, Jan 1, 1997 - History - 744 pages
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The Ohio Almanac is Ohio's one-volume reference work, supplying over 100,000 relevant facts about the Buckeye universe. Greatly revised, updated, and enlarged, the 1997 edition contains nearly fifty additional pages of new information, including computer rankings of Ohio's school systems, thetop one hundred budinesses, where wealth is in Ohio, a health profile of the average Ohioan, as well as political action group donations,800 numbers, and Internet addresses. This comprehensive presentation of things Ohio is regarded as the exhaustive native resource, a hyblication of almanac and encyclopedia wherein each successive edition adds to the fundamental body dozens of chrts, lists, arrangement, explications, timelines and biographical entriees that tange from Ohios' bewhiskered presidents to the most disastrous Ohio-connected boating accident, The Ohio Almanac is a mandaatory Ohio reference work. Additions, annotations updates and new Jim Borgman cartoons are presently being incorporated into thenext Ohio Almanac, for release in the fall of 2003. Watch for it!

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About the author (1997)

Jerry Scott is the writing side of "Zits" and "Baby Blues" and has received a Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year by the National Cartoonists Society (NCS). He lives in central coastal California.

Jim Borgman is the only cartoonist to win the National Cartoonists Society's Best Editorial Cartoonist Award five times, as well as a Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year in 1993. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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