Ohio History Journal


Volume 72 Results

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Contents, Volume 72
ARTICLES

 
"The Hero of the Sandy Valley: James A. Garfield's Kentucky Campaign of 1861-1862,"
by Allan Peskin
3 - 2 notes 83 - 85

 
"William Sanders Scarborough: Scholarship, The Negro, Religion, and Politics,"
by Francis P. Weisenburger
25 - 50 notes 85 - 88

 
"Ohio Land Patents,"
by Kenneth W. Duckett
51 - 60

 
"NEWS AND NOTES"
61 - 68

BOOK REVIEWS
69 - 82

 
"The Fortunes of a Circuit Rider,"
by Paul H. Boase
91 - 115 notes 167 - 170

 
"The Fugitive Slave Law in the Eastern Ohio Valley,"
by Larry Gara
116 - 128, notes 170 - 171

 
"The Hero of the Sandy Valley: James A. Garfield's Kentucky Campaign of 1861-1862-II,"
by Allan Peskin
129 - 139, notes 171 - 172

 
"The Western Reserve Historical Society,"
by Meredith B. Colket, Jr.
140 - 149

 
"NEWS AND NOTES"
150 - 154

BOOK REVIEWS
155 - 166

 
"Ohio's Congressmen and the War of 1812,"
by William R. Barlow
175 - 194, notes 257 - 259

 
"Cannon Through the Forest: Novels of the Land Battles of the War of 1812 in the Old Northwest,"
by G. Harrison Orians
195 - 219

 
"Commodore Perry's Captive,"
by Howard H. Peckham
220 - 227,

 
"Lake Erie," (A Poem)
by G. Harrison Orians
228 - 229

 
"The Civil War Lithographs of Alfred Edward Mathews,"
by Elizabeth R. Martin
230 - 242

BOOK REVIEWS
243 - 256

 
"The Monetary Problems of William McKinley,"
by Jeannette P. Nichols
263 - 292, notes 341 - 343

 
"What Mark Hanna Said to Attorney General Watson,"
by Thomas E. Felt
293 - 302,

 
"SURVEY OF PUBLICATIONS IN OHIO HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY, A," "August 1962-July 1963,"
compiled by S. Winifred Smith
303 - 319
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