Ohio History Journal


Volume 78 Results

1 2

Contents, Volume 78
ARTICLES

 
"A Public Official as a Muckraker: Brand Whitlock,"
by Neil Thorburn
5 - 1 notes 67 - 68

 
"America's First Red Scare-The Cincinnati Reds of 1869,"
by David Quentin Voigt
13 - 24 notes 68 - 69

 
"Twenty Years at Hiram House,"
by Judith A. Trolander
25 - 37 notes 69 - 71

 
"Correspondence of Anna Briggs Bentley from Columbiana County, 1826,"
edited by Bayly Ellen Marks
38 - 45

 
"Historiography and Warren G. Harding,"
by David H. Jennings
46 - 49

 
"Historiography and Warren G. Harding," (Essay and Comment)
by David H. Jennings
46 - 49

 
"Oral History in Ohio,"
by David R. Larson
49 - 52

BOOK REVIEWS
53 - 66

 
"Subsistence Homesteading in Dayton, Ohio, 1933-1935,"
by Jacob H. Dorn
75 - 93 notes 146 - 149

 
"The 'Naive Liberal' and the 'Devious Communist' and the Johnson Case,"
by David L. Sterling
94 - 103 notes 149 - 152

 
"Socialist Party of Ohio-War and Free Speech,"
by Richard A. Folk
104 - 115, notes 152 - 154

 
"Cleveland's New Stock Lawmakers and Progressive Reform,"
by John D. Buenker
116 - 137, notes 154 - 156

 
"Preservation of the Newsreel Films of President Harding,"
by Robert W. Wagner
138 - 140

BOOK REVIEWS
141 - 145

 
"Ohio Quakers and the Mississippi Freedmen-'A Field to Labor,'"
by Thomas H. Smith
159 - 171, notes 221 - 222

 
"Science and Democracy: A History of the Cincinnati Observatory, 1842-1872,"
by Stephen Goldfarb
172 - 178, notes 222 - 223

 
"Negro Self-Improvement Efforts in Ante-Bellum Cincinnati, 1836-1850,"
by Richard W. Pih
179 - 187, notes 223 - 225

 
"Rise and Decline of Private Academies in Albany, Ohio,"
by Ivan M. Tribe
188 - 201, notes 225 - 228

 
"Pre-Civil War Sentiment from Belmont County: Correspondence of Hugh Anderson,"
edited by John Kent Folmar
202 - 210, notes 229 - 230

 
"The Rise of the Youth Class,"
by Donald E. Pitzer
211 - 213
1 2