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Maps of Ohio provide information on the different cities and land features in the state of Ohio. Check out our interactive maps of Ohio.

Akron

Akron

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Canton

Canton

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Cincinnati

Cincinnati

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Cleveland

Cleveland

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Columbus

Columbus

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Dayton

Dayton

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Springfield-OH

Springfield-OH

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Toledo

Toledo

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Youngstown

Youngstown

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Capital Columbus
Area 41,330 sq mi
107,044 sq km
Population
(2000 census)
11,353,140
Major Cities
(2000 census)
Columbus (711,470), Cleveland (478,403),
Cincinnati (331,285), Toledo (313,619),
Akron (217,074)
Major Rivers Ohio, Scioto, Great Miami, Maumee
Highest Point Campbell Hill
1,549 feet
472 meters
Industry transportation equipment, fabricated metal products, machinery, food processing, electrical equipment
Agriculture soybeans, dairy products, corn, hogs, beef cattle, poultry and eggs
Minerals and Resources coal, natural gas, crushed stone, construction sand and gravel, salt, lime

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Geography of Ohio

Ohio, one of the Midwestern states of the United States. It is bounded by Michigan, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Indiana.

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History of Ohio

In prehistoric times Ohio was the home of Indians known as Mound Builders. When the French first settled in Canada in the early 17th century, the Erie Indians were living south of Lake Erie, but in mid-century they were conquered and dispersed by the Iroquois.