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Posted about 1 year ago by April SPosted in Children and Parenting, eBooks and Audiobooks, History and Politics, Movies and Music and Wellness: Fitness, Health and Spirituality | Tagged with active listening, African American Oral History Collection, American culture, anecdotes, children, communication skills, conversation, family, family histories, fatherhood, fathers , friendship, good listener, gratitude, inspirational, interviews, LGBTQ, listening, listening skills, local history, Lucas County, motherhood, mothers, National Day of Listening, NPR, Oral History, personal narratives, relationships, social life and customs, stories, storytelling, Toledo History and Toledo Ohio
The National Day of Listening is an opportunity to sit down to have a face to face conversation - and really listen.Continue Reading: National Day of Listening
Posted over 2 years ago by Samantha APosted in History and Politics and Research and Resources | Tagged with digital collections, newspapers, Ohio History, Ohio Memory, Toledo Area Jewish History, Toledo History and Toledo Jewish News
Learn more about Jewish history in the Toledo area by exploring our newly updated Digital Collections of Northwest Ohio, which now includes the Toledo Jewish News.Continue Reading: Toledo Jewish News is Now Online!
Posted over 3 years ago by April SPosted in History and Politics, Local History and Nonfiction | Tagged with Images in Time, local history, Time After Time, Toledo History, Toledo Stories and Toledo, Ohio
Ever heard of the Toledo War? Find out how a border dispute between Ohio and Michigan gave the buckeye state its fourth largest city and spawned the fiercest rivalry in college sports. Want to know how the Glass City got its name?Continue Reading: Get to Know Glass City