“19th-Century Wellington” is an exploration of the people and landmarks that made up this rural Ohio town during its first decades. My intent is to share the information I have gathered through years of personal research, and hopefully connect with others who are engaged by the topic.
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About the Author:
Nicole M. Hayes has fifteen years’ work experience in museums and archives, and has been employed by organizations including Harvard University, Plimoth Plantation, the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, and the National Museum of Ireland. Hayes received her master’s degree in American history and historical archaeology from the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. A native of Massachusetts, she currently lives with her family in Wellington, Ohio.