Ohio is a Midwestern state of the United States, in the Great Lakes region. It was the first state admitted to the Union under the Northwest Ordinance. Ohio has long been a cultural and geographical crossroads in North America. The 34th largest state by area in the U.S., it is the 7th-most populous with nearly 11.5 million residents. The capital of Ohio is Columbus. Ohio is known as the "Buckeye State" for its prevalence of Ohio Buckeye trees, and, as such, Ohioans are also known as "Buckeyes".

Ohio in The Disunited States of AmericaEdit

In the centuries following the disintegration of United States in the early 1800s, the republic of Ohio was a bitter enemy of its neighbor, Virginia. The two made war on each other several times throughout the 19th, 20th, and 21st Centuries.

In 2097, Ohio launched a new war against Virginia. A few weeks into the war, Ohio disseminated a mutated measles virus among the Virginians and followed through with a ground invasion. It also provided arms to Virginia's disenfranchised blacks. However, after a period of bloody fighting, the war ground to a halt, an armistice was struck, and Ohio withdrew its forces.

Ohio in The Guns of the SouthEdit

Ohio was the home state of Clement Vallandigham, 16th Vice President of the United States. His ticket carried the state in 1864.

Ohio in Joe SteeleEdit

Ohio (his home state) was one of the few states that voted for Robert Taft during the 1952 Presidential Election. Nevertheless, incumbent Joe Steele won his sixth and final term by a wide margin.[1]

Ohio in The Man With the Iron HeartEdit

Some of Diana McGraw's early supporters came from Ohio.

Ohio in Southern VictoryEdit

Ohio was the focus of Operation Blackbeard, the 1941 Confederate invasion of the United States which began the Second Great War in North America. The surprise attack successfully pushed all the way to the city of Sandusky on the shores of Lake Erie, cutting the U.S. in two.

The Confederacy held Ohio until 1943, when, after the C.S. Army was crushed at the Battle of Pittsburgh, and the C.S. was forced back south and out of the United States.

Veteran Chester Martin hailed from Toledo, Ohio, where, after the Great War, he participated in unionizing the city's steel-workers.

Ulysses S. Grant, one of the handful of moderately successful generals the U.S. produced during the War of Secession, also hailed from Ohio.

Ohio in The Two GeorgesEdit

Miami was a province of the North American Union. It was named after the Miami Red Indian tribes that lived in the region. It had borders with the provinces of Wilberforce, Tippecanoe, Franklin, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, and a coastline on Lake Erie.[2]

Ohio in WorldwarEdit

Ohio was occupied by the Race from the time of their 1942 invasion to the Peace of Cairo.

American space pioneer Glen Johnson hailed from Ohio.

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  1. Joe Steele, pg. 400.
  2. Map The Two Georges, frontispiece.