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"Bucyrus Centennial," Volume 31, Number 1, January, 1922, pp. 1-4.
... OHIO OHIO Archaeological and Historical PUBLICATIONS BUCYRUS CENTENNIAL The centennial of the city of Bucyrus Ohio was most appropriately celebrated in a program of exercises extending from October 2 to 5 1921 There were addresses by Honorable Harry L Davis Governor of Ohio Honorable Hugh L Nichols former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Ohio Honorable Benson W Hough Judge of the Supreme Court Mrs Frank H Alfred great-granddaughter of Samuel Norton one of the founders of Bucyrus Nevin O ...

Location of Crawford's Burning," Volume 18, Number 4, October, 1909, pp. 582-584.
... 582 Ohio 582 Ohio Arch and Hist Society Publications little and after a careful search they found some blood stains and with a mighty war whoop dashed on his pursuit once more By this time Captain Brady's strength was nearly spent and he ran with difficulty but self preservation was strong and he still pressed on through the tangled forest hoping to reach a place of safety About three or four miles from Kent he hid himself beneath a great chestnut log in the quiet waters of this pretty lake ...

"Crawford Massacre Anniversary," Volume 16, Number 3, July, 1907, pp. 417-418.
... Editorialana Editorialana 417 who are interested in this work The undersigned committee will be glad to receive suggestions concerning speakers lists of names and addresses of history workers details concerning local history organizations and patriotic societies and any other sources of information that will assist in rendering the conference a success Address communications to Frank P Goodwin 3435 Observatory Place Cincinnati Ohio HOW GOVERNOR MEIGS GOT HIS NAME Where did the parents of ...

"Centennial Celebration of Champaign County," Volume 14, Number 4, October, 1905, pp. 470-471.
... 470 Ohio 470 Ohio Arch and Hist Society Publications Baldwin holds that more than two thousand years have elapsed since the Mound Builders lived in the Ohio Valley In conclusion we are not in a position to state whether the Mound Builders were the race that exploited the pre-historic horse on this continent or whether they degenerated into Indians All we know for a certainty is that the pre-historic man had a pre-historic horse and that he both rode and ate him and that the horse in improved ...

"Richland County Historical Society," Volume 14, Number 4, October, 1905, pp. 471-473.
... Editorialana Editorialana 471 July sixth was known as Military Day A large section of the state militia under the command of Brigadier General William V McMaken paraded the streets of the city headed by the Eighth Regiment Band and the Marietta Guards Governor Herrick and his military staff reviewed the movements of the troops This was followed by a gathering at the fair grounds where speeches were made by Col W R Warnock Governor Myron T Herrick and Senator C W Dick In the evening there was ...

"Mrs. Kite's Address (Harrison-Perry Embarkation Monument)," Volume 21, Number 4, October, 1912, pp. 360-362.
... 360 Ohio Arch 360 Ohio Arch and Hist Society Publications dresses followed by Hon Geo E Pomeroy of Toledo Past Governor of Society Colonial Wars Prof G F Frederick Wright Hon James M Richardson of Cleveland President General Sons of the American Revolution and Colonel Webb C Hayes To all who attended the exerices were of great interest and made the day memorable while the hospitality of Port Clinton's patriotic people to all the visiting delegates will long be gratefully remembered Prof Wright ...

"NOTES AND QUERIES" Volume 85, Number 1, Winter, 1976, pp. 84-85.
... Notes and Queries Notes and Queries The Archives-Library Division of The Ohio Historical Society is pleased to announce the opening of the Michael DiSalle Papers to the public DiSalle was governor of Ohio from 1959 to 1963 The collection contains 391 boxes of material covering in part DiSalle's years as governor the national elections of 1960 1964 and 1968 the Ohio gubernatorial elections of 1956 1958 and 1962 as well as material dealing with DiSalle's early career as a member of the Ohio ...

"Central Ohio Valley History Conference," Volume 16, Number 3, July, 1907, pp. 415-417.
... Editorialana Editorialana 415 1838 President Van Buren appointed Mr Lucas governor of the Territory of Iowa In this position he exhibited great capabilities in the organization of the territory into the state The election of William H Harrison as Whig President in 1840 caused Mr Lucas' removal from the office of Iowa governor when he returned to Ohio and was nominated by the people of his home district for membership in United States Congress In the election he was unsuccessful He then sold ...

"Address of Mrs. John T. Mack (Harrison-Perry Embarkation Monument)," Volume 21, Number 4, October, 1912, pp. 362-366.
... 362 Ohio Arch 362 Ohio Arch and Hist Society Publications The short inscription of this tablet we are honoring today gives concisely historic facts which all may read It does not need a very vivid imagination to see and feel all the labor sacrifice bloodshed aching hearts and desolate homes which are summed up in these facts We exult over the victories achieved and thrill with horror over the martyrdom of Col Crawford His name is on the ...

"Richland County Historical Society," Volume 16, Number 4, October, 1907, pp. 505-508.
... EDITORIALANA EDITORIALANA RICHLAND COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY The ninth annual meeting of the Richland County Historical Society was held in Mansfield Wednesday June 26 1907 Preliminary to the business session a procession was formed in front of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial building and marched to the court house lawn where a short patriotic service was held at the Block-house from the flag staff of which a beautiful flag floated gracefully in the breeze The meeting was called to order ...

"George Washington at the Great Bend of the Ohio River," by Guy-Harold Smith. Volume 41, Number 4, October, 1932, pp. 655-667.
... GEORGE WASHINGTON AT THE GEORGE WASHINGTON AT THE GREAT BEND OF THE OHIO RIVER GUY-HAROLD SMITH There is a tradition that George Washington took a short cut across the Great Bend of the Ohio River in the autumn of 1770 when he made his journey to the Kanawha River Since Washington went down stream as far as the Kanawha he had to cover that section known as the Great Bend both on the down stream journey and on his return It is only logical that he might want to hasten his journey by cutting ...

"NOTES AND QUERIES" Volume 94, , Summer-Autumn, 1985, pp. 189-191.
... Notes and Queries Notes and Queries Recent promotions appointments and retirements within the academic community of Ohio historians include Lester Lee appointed as an Assistant Professor at Antioch College Gary R Hess will succeed Edmund J Danzinger as Department Chair at Bowling Green State University William R Rock has been named as a Graduate Advisor and Michael Moore as an Undergraduate Advisor at Bowling Green State University Virginia B Platt Professor Emeritus was recently appointed to ...

"The 'Divide.' The Water-Shed of Richland County, Ohio," by A. J. Baughman. Volume 12, Number 2, April, 1903, pp. 160-163.
... THE DIVIDE THE DIVIDE The Water-Shed of Richland County Ohio BY A J BAUGHMAN The far-famed barn from the eaves of which the rain-falls flow from one side into Lake Erie and from the other to the Ohio river is situate near Five Corners in Springfield township seven miles west of Mansfield Richland County on the West Fourth street or Leesville road That this barn is not a myth but an actual reality can be verified by a visit to the locality The farm upon which the building stands is owned by C ...

"Monument to Samuel Brady," Volume 18, Number 4, October, 1909, pp. 578-582.
... 578 Ohio 578 Ohio Arch and Hist Society Publications stead it is now believed they are the remains of sacred places half temples where the dead were prepared for burial which was by cremation Inside this enclosure were divisions corresponding in a way to the family burying lot and in these the ashes and the trinkets of the dead were deposited When these were full the enclosure was filled up and the mound thus erected became a sort of monument not to one person or one family but to the dead of ...

"Narrative of the Capture of Abel Janney by the Indians in 1782. From the Diary of Abel Janney," Volume 8, Number 4, April, 1900, pp. 465-473.
... NARRATIVE OF THE CAPTURE OF ABEL JANNEY NARRATIVE OF THE CAPTURE OF ABEL JANNEY BY THE INDIANS IN 17821 FROM THE DIARY OF ABEL JANNEY On the 12th day of March 1782 about break of day as I and my two companions were lying in our blankets about half a mile from the Ohio river on the Indian's side near the mouth of the Great Kenhaway2 river We were surprised by a shout of Indians who came rushing upon us When I heard the noise I spoke to my two companions and said rise up here are Indians when ...

"The Debt of the West to Washington," by Archer Butler Hulbert. Volume 9, Number 2, October, 1900, pp. 205-213.
... THE DEBT OF THE WEST TO WASHINGTON THE DEBT OF THE WEST TO WASHINGTON BY ARCHER BUTLER HULBERT To us of the central west the memory of Washington and his dearest ambitions must be precious beyond that of any other American whether statesman general or seer Under strange providential guidance the mind and heart of that first American was turned toward the territories lying between the Alleghenies and the Mississippi and it is to be doubted if any other portion of his country received so much of ...

"The Removal of the Wyandots from Ohio," by Carl G. Klopfenstein. Volume 66, Number 2, April, 1957, pp. 119-136.
... The OHIO HISTORICAL Quarterly The OHIO HISTORICAL Quarterly VOLUME 66 NUMBER 2 APRIL 1957 The Removal of the Wyandots from Ohio By CARL G KLOPFENSTEIN The history of the removal of the Woodland Indians of the eastern half of the United States to new homes in the West in the 1830's and 1840's under the auspices of the United States government was a significant phase of the westward movement of the white man across the continent--if only for the fact that it was one solution employed in ...

"Washington's Camp Sites on the Ohio River," by Guy-Harold Smith. Volume 41, Number 1, January, 1932, pp. 1-19.
... OHIO OHIO Archaeological and Historical PUBLICATIONS WASHINGTON'S CAMP SITES ON THE OHIO RIVER BY GUY-HAROLD SMITH Ohio State University In the autumn of 1770 George Washington made a journey into the interior of North America in the interest of the Virginia soldiers who had fought in the Indian wars and had been promised western lands as reward for their services Also Washington had personal reasons for making this reconnaissance of the lands along the Ohio River He had the foresight to ...

"Tarhe-The Crane," by Basil Meek. Volume 20, Number 1, January, 1911, pp. 64-73.
... TARHE-THE CRANE TARHE-THE CRANE The Editor of The Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly has often received inquiries as to sources of information concerning Tarhe the famous Wyandot chief and also the Half King Pomoacan Mr Basil Meek the historical writer and a frequent contributor to the columns of the Quarterly has had occasion to gather these sources and we herewith publish them for the benefit of any student desiring to avail himself of these valuable references - EDITOR ...

"First Battle of the American Revolution," by W. H. Hunter. Volume 11, Number 1, July, 1902, pp. 93-102.
... FIRST BATTLE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION FIRST BATTLE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION BY W H HUNTER CHILLICOTHE This article was prepared for and read by author at the Banquet of the Ohio Society of the Sons of the American Revolution held at the Neil House Columbus April 19 1902 It is herewith published at the request of the editor of the Quarterly-E 0 R At the time the dreadful battle of Point Pleasant was fought at the mouth of the Kanawha river on October 10 1774 the American colonies were in ...