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Volume 63, Number 3, July, 1954, pp. 288-295.
... HISTORICAL NEWS HISTORICAL NEWS Historical Organizations CRESTLINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF CRAWFORD COUNTY Crestline Ernest G Hesser President The guest speaker for the April 28 meeting was Edward S Thomas curator of natural history of the Ohio Historical Society He spoke on the subject Outdoor Ohio in Natural Color and illustrated the talk with his own colored slides of landscapes birds wild flowers insects and other wild life The society ...

"The Pillars of Harrison County," by Joseph T. Harrison. Volume 31, Number 2, April, 1922, pp. 120-127.
... THE PILLARS OF HARRISON COUNTY THE PILLARS OF HARRISON COUNTY BY JOSEPH T HARRISON There are three native pillars of stone in Harrison County Ohio which if their age is reckoned from the date when they first reared their heads above the surrounding landscape are older than Rome older than the Pyramids and older than the Sphinx itself They are located in the north central and southern parts of the county the first two on the tops of hills and the third well down from the top of the adjacent ...

Volume 16, Number 4, October, 1907, pp. 518-528.
... INDEX TO VOLUME XVI INDEX TO VOLUME XVI A Atwater Caleb 451 Avery's History of United States 508 Aborigine Use of term 407 Axes Copper 154 155 157 158 Aborigines See Indians Aztecs 425 The 421 Confederacy of 431 Addresses Dodge Samuel D 18 Fairbanks Chas W 27 Harris Andrew L 30 Meek Basil 35 Bailey Anne Sargent Family connecMoore J P Groghan Celebration tion of 344 at 52 Heroism of 345 Randall E 0 31 Life of 341 Allen County Welsh churches in 223 Ball's Battle 47 48 Welsh settlements in 222 ...

Volume 17, Number 4, October, 1908, pp. 500-510.
... INDEX TO VOLUME XVII INDEX TO VOLUME XVII A Twenty-third annual meeting of O Adena 185 189 A amp I S 132 Description of 191 Washington's Tour of the Ohio Distinguished visitors to 191 and articles of The Mississippi Allread James I Address of 120 Company 431 Amos J O Sketch of Loramie village Atwater Caleb mention of 254 by 9 B ArchaeologyBacon David - Collection in 144 Cabin site of 289 Mound Builders and the Lost Tribes Death of 292 208 Discomfiture of 290 Some Ohio Investigations in 94 ...

"Further Notes on Granville's Anti-Abolition Disturbances of 1836," Volume 45, Number 4, October, 1936, pp. 365-368.
... FURTHER NOTES ON GRANVILLE'S ANTIFURTHER NOTES ON GRANVILLE'S ANTIABOLITION DISTURBANCES OF 1836 By ROBERT PRICE The American Colonization Society may have had as its chief objective the return of American Negroes to their native Africa but it also afforded a ready means of organized opposition for the enemies of abolition Anyhow such was the case in Granville Ohio during the years 1835-36 when the fires of anti-slavery controversy were burning brightly in that particular neighborhood No doubt ...

"Evolution of Ohio County Boundaries," by Randolph Chandler Downes. Volume 36, Number 3, July, 1927, pp. 340-477.
... EVOLUTION OF OHIO COUNTY BOUNDARIES EVOLUTION OF OHIO COUNTY BOUNDARIES BY RANDOLPH CHANDLER DOWNES M A Instructor at Marietta College 1925-1927 FORMATION OF COUNTIES The first of Ohio's eighty-eight counties was established in 1788 The last revision in the boundaries was made in 1888 exactly one hundred years later The following study has taken all the data concerning the boundaries and by arranging them in eighteen chronological groups has presented graphically the evolution of Ohio's ...

"Editorialana," Volume 14, Number 4, October, 1905, pp. 465-475.
... EDITORIALANA EDITORIALANA BIG BOTTOM MASSACRE DEDICATION It is one hundred and fifteen years since the little band of pioneers were massacred in their fort at Big Bottom on the Muskingum This settlement was an off-shoot of the one at Marietta It was the remotest outpost of the Ohio Company Scarcely had Marietta been settled when there pushed out from the protecting walls of Fort Harmar small bands of settlers to build homes and clear the fields in other favorable locations Belpre on the Ohio ...

"What We Owe to the Past," Volume 31, Number 1, January, 1922, pp. 31-37.
... WHAT WE OWE TO THE PAST WHAT WE OWE TO THE PAST BY NEVIN 0 WINTER The student of history is generally attracted by events which occurred at some remote place It is another illustration of distance lending enchantment In Europe I have seen Americans tramping over the scenes of battles which had no significance in the world's history They were simply scenes of conflicts between rival factions in local disturbances Some of these same Americans have passed by battlefields near their own homes ...

"The Copus Battle Centennial," by Eugene Ellis Williams. Volume 21, Number 4, October, 1912, pp. 379-395.
... THE COPUS BATTLE CENTENNIAL THE COPUS BATTLE CENTENNIAL BY REV EUGENE ELLIS WILLIAMS Sept 15 191 2 the day of the centennial of the Copus Battle was a very gloomy day with rain from early morning until evening But despite the inclement weather about 1000 people gathered in Milligan's grove near the Copus monument situated near Mifflin ten miles east of Mansfield At 11 o'clock Prof G F Wright of Oberlin called the meeting to order and after singing America Rev Eugene E Williams offered prayer ...

Volume 20, Number 4, October, 1911, pp. 478-488.
... INDEX TO VOLUME XX INDEX TO VOLUME XX A Articles - A vanishing race 48 Abolitionists - Brady's Leap 457 Arguments of 280 Birthplace of Little Turtle 236 Dresser's experiences in the South Celebration of the surrender of Gen 281 John H Morgan 368 Fairbank Calvin 283 Cincinnati Municipal election of 1828 Foster Abbey Kelley 280 255 Foster Stephen 280 Delaware in the days of 1812 61 Oberlin aided by 276 Early Steamboat travel on the Ohio Oberlin at 270 River 378 Thompson George 282 Editorialana ...

"Washington and the Ohio in 1770, as seen by a Voyager in 1932," by Edmond S. Sindlinger. Volume 42, Number 1, January, 1933, pp. 57-71.
... WASHINGTON AND THE OHIO IN 1770 AS WASHINGTON AND THE OHIO IN 1770 AS SEEN BY A VOYAGER IN 1932 BY EDMOND S SINDLINGER On October 5 1770 George Washington set out on his historic journey to the Ohio country This journey was made in the interest of the Virginia soldiers who had fought in the Indian wars and had been promised western lands as a reward for their services He arrived at Fort Pitt on October 17th Here he obtained two boats a large one for himself and seven companions and a canoe for ...

"Cornstalk, The Indian Chief," by Mrs. Orson D. Dryer. Volume 32, Number 4, October, 1923, pp. 613-626.
... CORNSTALK THE INDIAN CHIEF CORNSTALK THE INDIAN CHIEF BY MRS ORSON D DRYER Rock-a-bye baby on the tree top When the wind blows the cradle will rock A certain queer little cradle hanging from a limb of a tree in a great green forest about the year 1720 is rocking to and fro as the soft summer wind sways the branches above it It is a gay and pretty cradle soft and warm with the skin of the moose and gorgeous with bird feathers and brightly colored quills of the porcupine and from it shine out ...

Volume 58, Number 1, January, 1949, pp. 103-116.
... HISTORICAL NEWS HISTORICAL NEWS Historical Societies BRECKSVILLE EARLY SETTLERS' HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION Brecksville Mrs Eddy Burke Fosnocht President New officers of the association are Mrs Eddy Burke Fosnocht president and treasurer Ernest Green first vice president Mrs Elmer Lewis second vice president Mrs Walter Lister secretary and Harriet Wright curator Trustees are Rev J Chandler Adams Mrs Albert Birdsall Benjamin P Forbes Ernest Green Mrs Elmer Lewis Ray Thayer and Dr Charles K Teter ...

"Editorialana," Volume 18, Number 4, October, 1909, pp. 572-589.
... EDITORIALANA EDITORIALANA VOL XVIII No4 OCTOBER 1 909 AVERY'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES Volume VI of A History of the United States and its People by Elroy M Avery is just received In elegance of paper and mechanical effect in richness of illustration maps charts fac-similes of documents and reproductions of paintings in original colors this volume is fully equal to its predecessors We have in notices of the previous volumes sufficiently commented upon the typographical character of the ...

Volume 63, Number 2, April, 1954, pp. 181-193.
... HISTORICAL NEWS HISTORICAL NEWS Historical Organizations ALLIANCE HISTORICAL SOCIETY Alliance Dorothy R Donaldson President David Ault has been serving as vice president of the society since the death of the former vice president Walter Ellet Wilberta Johnston has been acting secretary and treasurer during the prolonged illness of Mabel Hartzell The society participated in the observance of the state sesquicentennial with a special program in September Dr B J Stanton gave a historical address ...

Volume 61, Number 2, April, 1952, pp. 196-205.
... HISTORICAL NEWS HISTORICAL NEWS Historical Societies AMERICAN JEWISH ARCHIVES Cincinnati Jacob R Marcus Director Two important manuscript collections the Jacob H Schiff Papers and the Felix M Warburg Papers have been acquired recently by the archives In addition to numerous other documents and manuscript collections the minute and record books of thirty-one Jewish congregations were added during 1951 to bring the total to over five hundred volumes the largest collection of this type extant ...

"Catherine Cougar: Probaby the Earliest Pioneer Resident of Ohio Who Has Descendants Living Upon the Original Place of Settlement," Volume 31, Number 3, July, 1922, pp. 295-303.
... CATHERINE GOUGAR CATHERINE GOUGAR Probably the Earliest Pioneer Resident of Ohio Who Has Descendants Living Upon the Original Place of Settlement BY FRANK WARNER M D D SC COLUMBUS OHIO On the farm of Alfred Immell situated on the pike from Columbus to Chillicothe some ten miles north of the latter city lies buried Catherine Gougar Her remains have lain here since 1801 when she died at the age of sixty-nine years She died within two years of the establishment of Ohio as a State and within view ...

"Maumee Valley Travel Tour," Volume 50, Number 1, January-March, 1941, pp. 91-98.
... MAUMEE VALLEY TRAVEL TOUR MAUMEE VALLEY TRAVEL TOUR By MAUMEE VALLEY INTERNATIONAL HISTORICAL CONVENTION From From Toledo Fort Wayne Miles Miles 000 Commodore Perry Hotel Toledo 1069 Superior Street entrance South 12 block to Monroe Street Turn right W 2 blocks to Erie Street Turn left S on Erie Street 5 blocks across Swan Creek to Anthony Wayne Memorial Trail 09 Anthony Wayne Memorial Trail 1060 Turn right on Anthony Wayne Memorial Trail which is a new super-highway constructed upon the bed ...

"Wyandot Mission, The," by Emil Schlup. Volume 15, Number 2, April, 1906, pp. 163-181.
... THE WYANDOT MISSION THE WYANDOT MISSION EMIL SCHLUP The present generation can scarcely comprehend the hardships and privations the early missionaries had to endure when the Ohio country was in a wilderness state But brave men risked their lives in promulgating the Christian doctrine among the aboriginals of the forest The earliest Protestant denomination to enter the new field were the Moravians Christian Frederick Post who had been a missionary among the Moravian Indians in New York and ...

"Publications (in Print) of the Ohio State Archaoelogical and Historical Society, Revised May 1, 1936," by Harlow Lindley. Volume 45, Number 3, July, 1936, pp. 292-296.
... PUBLICATIONS IN PRINT OF THE OHIO STATE PUBLICATIONS IN PRINT OF THE OHIO STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY REVISED MAY 1 1936 By HARLOW LINDLEY Adams Jacob Private in Company F 21st O V V I Diary Introduction by H M Povenmire 1929 99p 025 Anderson James H Colonel William Crawford 34p 25 Anderson James H Life and Letters of Judge T J Anderson and Wife 535p 150 Written and compiled during the Civil War Contains much valuable source ...