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"Consul Wilshire Butterfield-Historian," by W. H. Hunter. Volume 9, Number 2, October, 1900, pp. 177-188.
... CONSUL WILSHIRE BUTTERFIELD-HISTORIAN CONSUL WILSHIRE BUTTERFIELD-HISTORIAN BY W H HUNTER Consul Wilshire Butterfield the famous Historian was born near the village of Colosse Oswego County New York July 28 1824 He was of Knickerbocker stock his father's people coming to America in 1634 His parents Amroy Butterfield and Mary Lamb Butterfield immigrated from Brattleboro Vermont to the State of New York Consul Wilshire Butterfield died at his home in South Omaha Nebraska onMonday September 25 ...

"Western Reserve Historical Society," Volume 16, Number 3, July, 1907, pp. 418-419.
... 418 Ohio Arch 418 Ohio Arch and Hist Society Publications exercises of the day were presided over by Mr Emil Schlup retiring president of the Pioneer Association The election of the officers for the ensuing year resulted in the selection of Mr Amos Nye as president and of the re-election of Mr Mark Karr as secretary An interesting program of music and speeches was successfully carried out Music was furnished by the Adrian Cornet Band composed of E K Ewing Eugene Ewing Fred Ewing Thomas Reardan ...

"Marietta College and the Ohio Company: A Review of Professor Arthur G. Beach's History," by Wayne Jordan. Volume 44, Number 2, April, 1935, pp. 290-300.
... MARIETTA COLLEGE AND THE OHIO COMPANY MARIETTA COLLEGE AND THE OHIO COMPANY A Review of Professor Arthur G Beach's History BY WAYNE JORDAN A college history that is also an outstanding contribution to the general historical literature of Ohio has been published in connection with the 100th anniversary of the present charter of Marietta College and the 138th of the founding of Muskingum Academy The book is entitled A Pioneer College--The Story of Marietta1 and was written by Arthur G Beach ...

"Ohio's Part in the American Revolution," Volume 11, Number 1, July, 1902, pp. 102-107.
... 102 Ohio Arch 102 Ohio Arch and His Society Publications war for independence would have been greatly at variance with the desires of the American people Authorities for the above article are John J Jacob's Biography of Michael Cresap Olden Time-Monthly historical paper printed by Nevin B Craig at Pittsburg 1847 Statement of George Rogers Clark Washington-Crawford Correspondence-Butterfield Doddridge's Notes Narrative of Capt John Stewart ...

"Affairs of the Ohio State Archaeological Society," Volume 13, Number 2, April, 1904, pp. 289-293.
... Editorialana Editorialana 289 Second Vice-president Judge Simeon Eben Baldwin New Haven Connecticut Secretary A Howard Clark Esq Smithsonian Institute Washington Corresponding Secretary Professor Charles H Haskins 15 Prescott Hall Cambridge Massachusetts Treasurer Clarence Winthrop Bowen Esq 130 Fulton St New York Chicago was chosen as the next place of meeting December 1904 The Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society was represented at the American Historical Association meeting by ...

"Colonel William Crawford," by James H. Anderson. Volume 6, Number 1, January, 1898, pp. 1-32.
... OHIO OHIO Archaeological and Historical PUBLICATIONS COLONEL WILLIAM CRAWFORD1 BY JAMES H ANDERSON UPPER SANDUSKY OHIO May 6 1896 Hon J H Anderson Columbus Ohio DEAR JUDGE I am directed by the officers of the Wyandot County Pioneer Association to extend you an invitation to deliver an address at the picnic to be held at Crawford Thursday June 11 on the occasion of the 114th anniversary of ...

"Logan, Tecumseh, the Shawano Indians," by Warren K. Moorehead. Volume 36, Number 1, January, 1927, pp. 78-91.
... LOGAN TECUMSEH THE SHAWANO INDIANS LOGAN TECUMSEH THE SHAWANO INDIANS BY WARREN K MOOREHEAD Mr Chairman Ladies and Gentlemen I esteem it both an honor and a privilege to appear before you and speak briefly upon the lives of two great characters Logan and Tecumseh and also tell you a little concerning the Shawano Indians commonly called the Shawnees whose villages were in this part of our State We are assembled on a very historic spot historic not merely because the cabin of the earliest ...

"Political Influence of Ohio Pioneers," by George M. Gadsby. Volume 17, Number 2, April, 1908, pp. 193-196.
... POLITICAL INFLUENCE OF OHIO PIONEERS POLITICAL INFLUENCE OF OHIO PIONEERS GEORGE M GADSBY In present day politics we find the principle of like father like son a very potent one Or as a ward chairman of this city recently remarked when speaking of the politics of a candidate an apple never falls very far from the tree If now this system of paternal or traditional politics is noticeable in recent generations it is fair to presume that a trace may be found running back to the time of the ...

Volume 63, Number 1, January, 1954, pp. 68-76.
... HISTORICAL NEWS HISTORICAL NEWS Historical Organizations ALLEN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY Lima James A MacDonell President A Shay engine built by the Lima Locomotive works in 1925 and used at the National Lime and Stone Company quarry until 1947 has been renovated by the Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Corporation It is to be placed on a concrete foundation on the society's property as a permanent exhibit Contracts have been awarded for construction of the Allen County Museum building to be located at ...

Volume 48, Number 4, October, 1939, pp. 347-350.
... SUBJECT AND TITLE INDEX TO VOL SUBJECT AND TITLE INDEX TO VOL XLVIII For Index of Authors see Contents page iii PAGE ANTHROPOLOGY--STUDY AND TEACHING Gillin John Some Unfinished Business in Cultural Anthropology 4452 BACKUS FAMILY Phillips Mrs J E Ohio's Deep Roots in Connecticut 7482 The Beginning of Formal Dental Education at Bainbridge O by Edward C Mills 243-256 Benjamin F Wade and the Atrocity Propaganda of the Civil War by Harry Williams 3343 BIOGRAPHY Weisenburger F P The Personal ...

"Ohio Declaration of Independence, The," by Clement L. Martzolff. Volume 19, Number 4, October, 1910, pp. 404-410.
... THE OHIO DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE THE OHIO DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE CLEMENT L MARTZOLFF B PED By permission of The Ohio Teacher The school histories have always said much about the Mecklenburg Resolutions being the prelude to the Declaration of Independence Indeed some histories make so much of it that you doubt if Thomas Jefferson would ever have mustered up courage sufficient to pen the immortal lines beginning When in the course of human events etc had he not had this brave precedent ...

"Colonel James Kilbourne," by C. B. Galbreath. Volume 31, Number 1, January, 1922, pp. 22-30.
... COLONEL JAMES KILBOURNE COLONEL JAMES KILBOURNE BY C B GALBREATH Colonel James Kilbourne one of the founders of Bucyrus was a prominent pioneer of Ohio He was born at New Britain Connecticut October 19 1770 He was descended from an ancient Scottish family but his ancestors for many years had lived in England before emigrating to America His father who was a farmer encouraged his son to make his home with Mr Griswold the father of Bishop Griswold of the Protestant Episcopal Church in order that ...

"Crawford County 'Ez Trooly Dimecratic': A Study of Midwestern Copperheadism," Volume 76, Numbers 1 & 2, Winter and Spring, 1967, pp. 33-53, notes 93-95.
... CRAW FO RD COUNTY A Study of Midwestern Copperheadism by THOMAS H SMITH The Copperhead movement in the Middle West during the Civil War was not the simple case of pro-Southern sympathy and treason that the Republican propagandist charged but rather it was a complex of social economic and political antagonism to the Lincoln administration As diverse as its motives was the geographic heterogeneity of the movement no one specific locality or region held its nucleus Its strongest support however ...

"Campus Martius Secured," Volume 26, Number 2, April, 1917, pp. 297-299.
... Editorialana Editorialana 297 Section 2 That the care and control of the site of Fort Laurens located in Tuscarawas county Ohio and being the first fort established west of the Ohio river shall be vested in the board of trustees of the Ohio archaeological and historical society who shall hold the lands and property thereon subject to such use as the general assembly may by law direct Section 3 That for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this act and defraying the expenses of the ...

"A Socioeconomic Study of Veterans of the 103rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment After the Civil War," by Lawrence A. Kreiser, Jr.. Volume 107, , Summer-Autumn, 1998, pp. 171-184.
... LAWRENCE A LAWRENCE A KREISER Jr A Socioeconomic Study of Veterans of the 103rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment After the Civil War In the closing days of the Civil War Major General William Tecumseh Sherman declared to Union soldiers preparing to muster out his belief that as in war you have been good soldiers so in peace you will make good citizens1 Many scholars neglect the second half of Sherman's appeal generalizing about the adjustments that soldiers made to peacetime society rather ...

"Lenau's Ohio Venture," by Homer D. Blanchard. Volume 78, Number 4, Autumn, 1969, pp. 237-251.
... HOMER D HOMER D BLANCHARD Lenau's Ohio Venture It is not often that we find in America documentary source material relating to events in the lives of German men of letters In the case of the poet Nikolaus Lenau however we do have such sources because he spent some time in the United States and purchased land in Crawford County Ohio This writer has discovered new documentary evidence which dispels the old legends about Lenau's visit to America ...

"Address of Mr. Frank Tallmadge (Dedication of the Logan Elm)," Volume 22, Number 2, April, 1913, pp. 295-302.
... Dedication of the Logan Elm Dedication of the Logan Elm 295 chief Leatherlips who lies buried on the spot where he was killed about fifteen miles northwest of Columbus A significant feature of the program was an address by Mr Frank Tallmadge of Columbus a lineal descendant of Colonel Cresap the man that Logan believed to be responsible for the massacre of his family Mr Tallmadge sought to show that the Red Man was mistaken and spoke as follows ADDRESS OF MR FRANK TALLMADGE Roll back-my soul-to ...

"A British View of the Ohio Backwoods: The Letters of James Martin, 1821-1836," by Brian P. Birch. Volume 94, , Summer-Autumn, 1985, pp. 139-157.
... BRIAN P BRIAN P BIRCH A British View of the Ohio Backwoods The Letters of James Martin 1821-1836 Although the British formed a sizeable minority of the early farm settlers in Ohio very little is known about them1 A few accounts exist of particular British notably Welsh and Scots colonies but with no language barrier to separate them from the broad tide of American settlers moving across the Appalachians in the early nineteenth century the British were largely absorbed into that stream and left ...

"Genealogy of William McKinley," Volume 10, Number 2, October, 1901, pp. 236-242.
... 236 Ohio Arch 236 Ohio Arch and His Society Publications GENEALOGY OF WILLIAM McKINLEY BY REV A STAPLETON The following genealogical sketch of President McKinley was prepared by the Rev A Stapleton of Carlisle Pa We give it as it was originally published in the New York Sun-EDITOR It should be a matter of regret to all true historians that the campaign histories of President McKinley were erroneous in several important genealogical details The data herein given may be relied on as correct as ...

"John Brown and the Masonic Order," Volume 71, Number 1, January, 1962, pp. 24-32, notes 78-79.
... The Civil War had been fought out and peace had returned to the land when a group of churchmen and reformers led by the Rev Charles G Finney of Oberlin who had long served as president of Oberlin College turned to make war on secret societies and the Masonic order in particular The crusade mildly agitated a part of the country for some years but lacking as it did the frenzy hysteria and political potency of the anti-Masonic movement of the 1820's and 1830's it eventually fell of its own ...