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"Index to 'History of Ohio Indians,'" Volume 27, Number 4, October, 1918, pp. 580-602.
... 580 Index 580 Index PART i 1 l History of Ohio Indians A Arizofia Cliff Dwellers in 290 293 InAdams county prehistoric earthworks in dian tribes in 299 471 508 Arkansas Indians built mounds in 503 Adena Mound Socie-ty explores 466 culArmstrong Col John expedition against ture of builders 467 471 472 485 Indians 1756 337 496-498 Articles of Confederation North West Agriculture prehistoric 482 Territory organized under 410 Alabama Tecumseh visits Creeks in Ashland county earthworks in 471 435 ...

"Index to Moravian Records, Vol. 2," Volume 21, Number 1, January, 1912, pp. 116-125.
... INDEX TO MORAVIAN RECORDS INDEX TO MORAVIAN RECORDS VOL 2 A Black Art Known by Indian preachers 78 Abraham convert assists Zeisberger 36 78 43 53-55 57 59 67 71 73 74 76 78 Bonn John goes west with Zeisberger 43 53-55 57 59 67 71 73 74 76 78 79 81 98 100 102-103 8 returns 9 Achgohunt see Echgohund Bread expensive 95 Africa entered by the Moravians 3 Bread and butter served at lunch by Algiers entered by the Moravians 3 Indian 44 Allemewi Chief influenced 61 65 sends Brukker Moravian missionary ...

Volume 24, Number 4, October, 1915, pp. 605-617.
... INDEX TO VOLUME XXIV INDEX TO VOLUME XXIV NOTE -That portion of this volume embracing the monograph entitled A History of Banking and Currency in Ohio Before the Civil War contained in pages 235-533 is separately indexed on pages 534-539 and is therefore not included in the General Index of this volume A Articles Editorialana - Concluded First Catholic Church in Ohio 226 Adair Gen John Burr's associate 121 History of Banking and Currency Be123 fore the Civil War 235 Adams County Early ...

"Sources of the Names of the Counties of the Western Reserve," by Frederick C. Waite. Volume 48, Number 1, January, 1939, pp. 58-65.
... SOURCES OF THE NAMES OF THE COUNTIES SOURCES OF THE NAMES OF THE COUNTIES OF THE WESTERN RESERVE By FREDERICK C WAITE An examination of the names of the eighty-eight counties in Ohio shows that over half of these names commemorate individuals such as signers of the Declaration of Independence generals in the Revolutionary War early presidents of the United States and statesmen of the early period of our national history A considerable number of county names are of Indian origin Part of these ...

"Historic Address" (Fort Jefferson Dedication) by James I. Allread. Volume 17, Number 2, April, 1908, pp. 120-128.
... 120 Ohio Arch 120 Ohio Arch and Hist Society Publications tablets in the city of Greenville Ohio commemorating the establishment of the fort there in 1793 the first treaty with the Indians August 3 1795 and the second treaty July 22 1814 together with statues of General St Clair General Anthony Wayne and General William H Harrison the hero of the victory of the battle of the river Thames which resulted in the death of Tecumseh and the restoration of a permanent peace with the Indians This ...

"Tarhe-The Crane," by Emil Schlup. Volume 14, Number 2, April, 1905, pp. 132-138.
... TARHE-THE CRANE TARHE-THE CRANE EMIL SCHLUP UPPER SANDUSKY Probably no other Indian chieftain was ever more admired and loved by his own race or by the outside world He was either a true friend or a true enemy Born near Detroit Michigan in 1742 he lived to see a wonderful change in the great Northwest Being born of humble parentage through his bravery and perseverence he rose to be the grand sachem of the Wyandot nation This position he held until the time of his death when he was succeeded by ...

Volume 13, Number 4, October, 1904, pp. 568-587.
... INDEX TO VOLUME XIII INDEX TO VOLUME XIII A Articles - Concluded Abolition in Ohio 50 History of Ft Hamilton Miller Adams County - 97 Todd's Trace in 318 Historic Worthington Parsons 71 Trebor Tavern in 307 John Brough Hooper 40 Zane's Trace in 318 Kenton's Gauntlet at Chillicothe Agriculture Prehistoric people engaged Brown 483 in 189 Marcus A Hanna Dick 355 American Economic Association MeetOhio in the Spanish and Philippine ing of 288 War Anderson 551 American Historical Association 121 K ...

"Editorialana," Volume 13, Number 2, April, 1904, pp. 287-296.
... EDITORIALANA EDITORIALANA MEETING OF THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION In the historic and picturesque city of New Orleans on the days of Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday December 29 30 and 31 1903 was held the nineteenth annual meeting of the American Historical Association It proved to be an event of unusual interest and enjoyment The American Historical Association was organized at Saratoga New York September 10 1884 and now numbers some twenty-five hundred members comprising the leading ...

by Bertha E. Josephson. Volume 54, Number 1, January-March, 1945, pp. 56-62.
... DOCUMENTARY DATA DOCUMENTARY DATA By BERTHA E JOSEPHSON During the past months researchers and scholars have made considerable use of the manuscripts maps and state archives under the custody of this department Not only have the various departments of State individuals and legal firms availed themselves of reference service by telephone letter or personal visit but there have been a succession of out-of-city and out-of-state visitors who spent extended periods examining collections here Among ...

"Geographic Influences in the History of Milan, Ohio," Volume 23, Number 3, July, 1914, pp. 291-305.
... GEOGRAPHIC INFLUENCES IN THE HISTORY OF GEOGRAPHIC INFLUENCES IN THE HISTORY OF MILAN OHIO BY CHARLES G SHATZER Professor of Geology Wittenberg College Springfield Ohio Any one who seeks to glean the facts of the local history of northwestern Ohio for the period of the '40's and '50's from conversation with the men whose experience reaches into that period will hear repeated frequently the name Milan If interest prompts the question Where and what was Milan he will be told in terms of marked ...

"Vision Fulfilled, A," by Maud Bush Alfred. Volume 31, Number 1, January, 1922, pp. 5-21.
... A VISION FULFILLED A VISION FULFILLED BY MAUD BUSH ALFRED Where there is no vision the people perish When your committee honored me with a request for a place on the program of this celebration which commemorates the founding of Bucyrus I was filled with varying emotions - pride reverence and perhaps awe Pride that I the great-granddaughter of Samuel Norton and Mary Bucklin Norton could have the privilege of honoring their memory reverence that so hardy so brave so God-fearing so kindly so ...

"Western Indians in the Revolution, The," by Wallace Notestein. Volume 16, Number 3, July, 1907, pp. 269-291.
... THE WESTERN INDIANS IN THE REVOLUTION THE WESTERN INDIANS IN THE REVOLUTION WALLACE NOTESTEIN This paper was awarded the annual prize offered to Ohioans by the Ohio Sons of the Revolution for an historical essay February 1905 The assigned subject that year was the Western Indians in the Revolution The writer aimed only at a clear and concise treatment of the Indian War in the West of which so far as he is aware there is no brief recent account The discussion of Gov Hamilton's responsibility ...

"Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, June 3, 1904," Volume 13, Number 3, July, 1904, pp. 375-391.
... NINETEENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE OHIO STATE NINETEENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE OHIO STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY JUNE 3 1904 The Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the Ohio State Achaeological and Historical Society was held in Page Hall Ohio State University Columbus Ohio at 2 30 P M June 3 1 90 4 The following members were present Judge J H Anderson Columbus Prof M R Andrews Marietta Mr George F Bareis Canal Winchester Gen R Brinkerhoff Mansfield Hon M D Follett Marietta Hon M S ...

"Memorial to Rufus Putnam," Volume 19, Number 4, October, 1910, pp. 469-473.
... Editorialana Editorialana 469 folio volumes comprising some 10000 fools-cap pages of notes of the recollections of frontier warriors and pioneers either written by themselves or taken down from their own lips and wellnigh 5000 pages more of original manuscript journals memorandum books and old letters written by nearly all the leading border heroes of the West This collection under the direction of Dr Thwaites has been classified mounted in folios catalogued and indexed in a most accurate and ...

"Origin of Ohio Place Names," by Maria Ewing Martin. Volume 14, Number 3, July, 1905, pp. 272-290.
... ORIGIN OF OHIO PLACE NAMES ORIGIN OF OHIO PLACE NAMES MRS MARIA EWING MARTIN Paper read before the Fifth Ohio State Conference Daughters of the American Revolution held at Toledo October 29 1903EDITOR The Iroquois War on the Shawanese tribes along the Ohio gave white men in 1670 their first knowledge of that river La Salle's expedition down its waters to the Falls promptly followed but eleven years later when he stood at the mouth of the Mississippi and took possession for the King of France ...

"Ohio in the Presidential Election of 1824," Volume 26, Number 2, April, 1917, pp. 153-224.
... OHIO IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1824 OHIO IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1824 INTRODUCTORY NOTE The characterization of the period of Monroe's presidency as the Era of Good Feeling has done much to obscure the true nature of the decade 1815-1825 It has been rather generally thought of as a period in which the Jeffersonian Republican party so completely dominated that the rival presidential candidates of 1 824 represented substantially the same principles and policies Recent scholarship ...

"Hocking Valley Railroad Promotion in the 1870's: The Atlantic and Lake Erie Railway," Volume 81, Number 4, Autumn, 1972, pp. 263-278.
... DAVID G DAVID G TAYLOR Hocking Valley Railroad Promotion in the 1870's The Atlantic and Lake Erie Railway Industrialization had begun in Ohio before the Civil War and after a war-imposed delay promised to accelerate rapidly thereafter The Panic of 1873 however stalled the process substantially and destroyed many small industrialists and businessmen With the elimination of the financially weaker businessmen the way was paved for reorganization of the state's railroad coal mining and iron ...

"County Historical Material in the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society Library," Volume 45, Number 2, April, 1936, pp. 95-150.
... COUNTY HISTORICAL MATERIAL IN THE OHIO COUNTY HISTORICAL MATERIAL IN THE OHIO STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY LIBRARY Compiled by CLARENCE L WEA VE R and HELEN MILLS ADAMS COUNTY Caldwell J A Illustrated historical atlas of Adams county Ohio Newark O J A Caldwell 1880 Evans N W and Stivers E B History of Adams county Ohio West Union O E B Stivers 1900 Hillsboro Belfast and Peebles electric railroad promoters' co Prospectus Peebles O Leader book and job print 1906 ALLEN COUNTY Bowen ...

"An Outing on the Congo. A Visit to the Site of Dunmore's Treaty with the Shawnees 1774," by William H. Safford. Volume 7, Number 3, April, 1899, pp. 349-366.
... An Outing on the Congo An Outing on the Congo 3 49 AN OUTING ON THE CONGO A VISIT TO THE SITE OF DUNMORE'S TREATY WITH THE SHAWNEES 1774 BY WILLIAM H SAFFORD Many of your readers are doubtless familiar with Stanley's expeditions in Africa tracing the wendings of that hitherto unknown river of her western deserts called the Congo His first exploration was in search of Livingston and the second of his voyages was for the purpose of locating that eminent and eccentric traveler Emin Pasha and thus ...

"Brady's Leap," by E. O. Randall. Volume 20, Number 4, October, 1911, pp. 457-465.
... BRADY'S LEAP BRADY'S LEAP BY E 0 RANDALL In what is known as Tract 29 issued in 1875 by the Western Reserve Historical Society the tradition-as the Tract calls it-of Brady's leap is related That a famous leap by Brady was made at the place generally designated as the site there is little or no doubt The time and attending circumstances of the achievement are much in dispute and wrote Mr L V Bierce in 1856 the numerous traditions respecting Brady's Leap across the Cuyahoga River and many other ...