Ohio History Journal


Volume 22 Results

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Contents, Volume 22
ARTICLES

 
"The Ohio Valley Historical Association Fifth Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pa., October 30-November 1, 1911: The 'New Orleans' Centennial,"
1 - 125

 
"The Influence of the Ohio River in Western Expansion,"
by Edwin Erle Sparks
7 - 10

 
"Washington, Pittsburgh and Inland Navigation,"
by Prof. Dyess
10 - 16

 
"Constructing a Navigation System in the West,"
by H. Dora Stecker
16 - 27

 
"Ohio River Improvement, and Lake Erie and Ohio River Ship Canal,"
by John L. Vance
27 - 31

 
"Address of C. Seymour Bullock (descendant of Robert Fulton),"
31 - 33

 
"Remarks of President Taft,"
35 - 36

 
"The Third Party to the Contract,"
by Job E. Hedges
37 - 40

 
"The Pittsburgh-Wheeling Rivalry for Commercial Headship on the Ohio,"
by James Morton Callahan
40 - 54

 
"Ship and Brig Building on the Ohio and Its Tributaries,"
by Richard T. Wiley
54 - 64

 
"Pittsburgh A Key to the West During the American Revolution,"
by James Alton James
64 - 79

 
"The Future of Navigation on Our Western Rivers,"
by Albert Bettinger
79 - 91

 
"American Interests in the Pacific,"
by Homer B. Hulbert
91 - 101

 
"Interstate Controversies Arising from Injuries to Commerce, Navigation and Public Health,"
by George Cowles Lay
101 - 105

 
"What An Historical Library Building Should Do For Pittsburgh,"
by Reuben Gold Thwaites
106 - 111

 
"What An Historical Building Should Do For Pittsburgh,"
by Clarence S. Brigham
111 - 119

 
"The Relation of New England to the Ohio Valley,"
by Carl Russell Fish
119 - 125

 
"The Autobiography of Thomas Ewing,"
edited by Clement L. Martzolff
126 - 204

 
"The Ohio Frontier in 1812: Diary 'of the Indian Congregation at Goshen on the River Muskingum' for the Year 1812,"
by Benjamin Mortimer
205 - 266

 
"Dedication of the Logan Elm,"
by May Lowe
267 - 307
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