The Ohio History website has grown by leaps and bounds since the Scout Report last reviewed it in 1999. The site is maintained by the Ohio Historical Society, and it serves as "an entry-point for all things related to Ohio history." Here visitors can perform detailed cross-institutional archive searches from over 300 member institutions, look up news items about Ohio history, and peruse their calendar of events. Educators will find that the "Resources" section is a good place to start. This section includes information and lesson plans for Ohio history teachers, information about Ohio history day, and a set of recent keyword searches, such as "Neil Armstrong" and "Appalachia". Further along, the "Research" area is a great way to learn about the tremendous archives held by different institutions in the state, and scholars will like the fine details offered here. Finally, the "Places" section offers a cornucopia of sites in the state dedicated to preserving local history, such as the Youngstown Center for Industry and Labor.