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Cedarville Ohio FarmCedarville Ohio FarmA typical Greene County, Ohio scene along a country road. Towering Cumulus clouds occupried the Midwest giving the sky so much depth and interest as the road out of Wilburfore University passes a local farm.
Wilberforce Ohio host Wilberforce University and Central State University which are historically famous black universities. Both were established in the mid nineteenth century. These schools have hosted many famous citizens to include Charles Young, a high-ranking black Army office before WWI. He served with the US Army Buffalo Soldiers. His home is now recognized as a National Historic Landmark and the Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument. Wilberforce also hosts the National Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center.
Wilberforce-Clifton Road in AutumnWide angle view of Central State University’s Alumni Tower which stands under blue skies and towering cumulus cloudsA front view of National Afro-American Museum which resides under blue skies and towering cumulus cloudsA front view of National Afro-American Museum which resides under blue skies and towering cumulus cloudsCedarville Ohio FarmThis spring scene shows a red painted covered bridge which resides amongst lush green vegetation and under blue skiesThis spring scene shows a red painted covered bridge which resides amongst lush green vegetation and under blue skiesFall Along Stevenson Rd

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Keywords:Central State University, Charles Young, Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument, National Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center, Wilberforce Artwork, Wilberforce Landmark, Wilberforce Ohio, Wilberforce University, Wilberforce canvas prints, Wilberforce point of interest, Wilberforce prints