: Map of Ohio showing the location and distribution of 348 Ohio potteries of the 19th century, prepared by the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society and drawn by C.E. Hamm. Towns are marked with circles corresponding in size to the number of potteries they have, and potteries whose products are represented in the museum collections of the Ohio State Archaelogical and Historical Society (now the Ohio History Connection) are indicated by name. The largest concentrations of potteries can be seen in the areas of Akron, East Liverpool, Zanesville/Roseville and Cincinnati, all of which had thriving pottery manufacturing industries thanks to Ohio's high rank in the supply and production of clay. View on Ohio Memory.
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: Pottery industry; Potteries; Manufacturing industries--Ohio; Natural resources--Ohio; Places