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==See==
 
==See==
  
*'''First Free Black School''' (513) 897-6195 Take a tour of the First Free Black School in Ohio.  The school served children of color — American Indians and African-Americans — from 1831 until the early years of this century.  The schoolhouse features pictures and various artifacts from the period like textbooks and slate blackboards.
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*'''First Free Black School''', (513) 897-6195. Take a tour of the First Free Black School in Ohio.  The school served children of color — American Indians and African-Americans — from 1831 until the early years of this century.  The schoolhouse features pictures and various artifacts from the period like textbooks and slate blackboards.
  
 
==Do==
 
==Do==
  
*'''Ohio Renaissance Festival''' [http://www.renfestival.com] (513) 897-7000 Step back in time to the 16th Century England.  In the 30-acre permanent English village re-creation, you can mingle with Queen Elizabeth I and royalty, watch the joust, and enjoy authentic food, drink, and crafts from the period.
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*'''Ohio Renaissance Festival''', (513) 897-7000, [http://www.renfestival.com]. Step back in time to the 16th Century England.  In the 30-acre permanent English village re-creation, you can mingle with Queen Elizabeth I and royalty, watch the joust, and enjoy authentic food, drink, and crafts from the period.
  
 
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==Buy==

Revision as of 01:00, 3 July 2007

Harveysburg is a city in Warren County, Ohio.

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  • First Free Black School, (513) 897-6195. Take a tour of the First Free Black School in Ohio. The school served children of color — American Indians and African-Americans — from 1831 until the early years of this century. The schoolhouse features pictures and various artifacts from the period like textbooks and slate blackboards.

Do

  • Ohio Renaissance Festival, (513) 897-7000, [1]. Step back in time to the 16th Century England. In the 30-acre permanent English village re-creation, you can mingle with Queen Elizabeth I and royalty, watch the joust, and enjoy authentic food, drink, and crafts from the period.

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