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"The Ohio Free Soilers and Problems of Factionalism," by Frederick J. Blue. Volume 76, Numbers 1 & 2, Winter and Spring, 1967, pp. 17-32, notes 89-93.
... THE OHIO FREE SOILERS AND PROBLEMS OF FACTIONALISM by FREDERICK J BLUE The history of the Free Soil party in Ohio from 1849 until it was dissolved in 1854 was one of incessant factional conflict One source of controversy was the question whether the party should form a coalition with one of the major parties or should continue as a separate party This controversy over the organization of the party was finally successfully resolved when Free Soil leaders helped form the new Republican party and ...

"Washington's 'Tour to the Ohio' and Articles of 'The Mississippi Company,'" by Archer Butler Hulbert. Volume 17, Number 4, October, 1908, pp. 431-488.
... WASHINGTON'S TOUR TO THE OHIO AND ARTICLES WASHINGTON'S TOUR TO THE OHIO AND ARTICLES OF THE MISSISSIPPI COMPANY Introduction and Notes by Archer Butler Hulbert Author of Washington and the West Historic Highways Etc It is always interesting to recall that the earliest accurate account of the Ohio Valley is from the pen of Washington This account is found in two manuscripts now preserved in the Library of Congress one of which is entitled Remarks amp Occurrs in October when November came it is ...

"Old Fort Sandusky and the De Lery Portage," by Lucy Elliot Keeler. Volume 21, Number 4, October, 1912, pp. 345-378.
... OLD FORT SANDUSKY AND THE DE LERY PORTAGE OLD FORT SANDUSKY AND THE DE LERY PORTAGE BY LUCY ELLIOT KEELER Local history has its renascence in tradition which passes along from generation to generation hints of names and adventures which appeal at last to some student of the past and send him forth in quest of sources Such traditions have long lingered about the little peninsula at Port Clinton in Ottawa County Ohio traditions of venturesome French monks and traders of an ancient fort destroyed ...

"The Evolution of Sandusky County," by Basil Meek. Volume 24, Number 2, April, 1915, pp. 138-169.
... THE EVOLUTION OF SANDUSKY COUNTY THE EVOLUTION OF SANDUSKY COUNTY BASIL MEEK The limits of the following sketch will allow only in brief outline some of the more important facts and incidents pertaining to the governmental relations of that portion of country lying immediately south of Lake Erie which became Sandusky County and also of the greater area known as the Northwest Territory holding the same in embryo while it was passing to its organic limits as a separate county A view of the ...

"Mac-o-chee Valley," by Keren Jane Gaumer. Volume 26, Number 4, October, 1917, pp. 455-469.
... MAC-O-CHEE VALLEY MAC-O-CHEE VALLEY BY MISS KEREN JANE GAUMER URBANA As the American people rush along in their hurried life often observing only the big things of the world they sometimes forget the pleasure and value which may be derived from the smaller ones Let us consider the importance and significance of the lesser May we go into a very little valley which has been prominent in our country's history When one scans the broad Ohio which affords so many commercial advantages he thinks of ...

"Address of Professor Fish (The Wisconsin Archaeological Society, State Field Assembly, July 29-30, 1910)," Volume 19, Number 4, October, 1910, pp. 344-349.
... 344 Ohio Arch 344 Ohio Arch and Hist Society Publications Of which we too may but a portion b e In that sum-total solidarity Of human beings spread across the earth In generations birth succeeding birthThe living who raise the citadels we know The dead whose bones earth bosomed long ago And this good company that meets today Proves the large truth of what I've sought to say For why should we whose daily tasks alone So press upon us that we scarcely own The present hour still take on us to gaze ...

"An Indian Captivity," Volume 18, Number 4, October, 1909, pp. 584-589.
... 584 Ohio 584 Ohio Arch and Hist Society Publications The Tymochtee remains the 'Bend' remains the 'High Bank' remains and these monuments retain their relative positions substantially as they have existed for the last 150 years The actors in the tragedy have long since joined the silent majority but the early undisputed tradition yet lives in the memory of living witnesses and under the walnut trees in the bend of the creek just across from the High Bank is the 'exact spot' where the great ...

"NEWS AND NOTES" Volume 71, Number 1, January, 1962, pp. 62-66.
... NEWS and NOTES TH R OUGH the efforts of a group of Columbus citizens organized as the Kelley House Committee Inc and the Franklin County Historical Society the famous Alfred Kelley mansion located at 282 East Broad Street has been carefully dismantled and removed to Franklin Park where it is to be reconstructed and restored At Franklin Park the stonework of each wall has been laid out on the ground in the same position it had vertically Each of the three thousand stone blocks in the structure ...

Volume 27, Number 4, October, 1918, pp. 553-558.
... INDEX TO VOLUME XXVII INDEX TO VOLUME XXVII EXPLANATORY NOTE With the exception of a few pages Volume Twenty-six is made up of two articles History of Educational Legislation in Ohio by Prof Miller and The Indians in Ohio by H C Shetrone These articles are so foreign to each other that few of the subjects treated are identical hence an index covering both would possess no special advantage Besides these articles are of such value in themselves that there will be undoubtedly a demand for their ...

"Membership in the General Assembly of Ohio," Volume 40, Number 2, April, 1931, pp. 222-283.
... MEMBERSHIP IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEMBERSHIP IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF OHIO BY B H PERSHING Professor in Wittenberg College Since pure democracy is not possible in any country with a numerous population every republic finds itself under the necessity of devising some system of representation The emergence in America of geographical areas having in every case a historical background and a political consciousness has made the problem more complex here than in lands in which artificial ...

Volume 59, Number 1, January, 1950, pp. 92-100.
... HISTORICAL NEWS HISTORICAL NEWS Historical Societies BRECKSVILLE EARLY SETTLERS HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION Brecksville Mrs Walter S Lister Secretary The society is working on a project to restore the first schoolhouse in Brecksville BUTLER COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY Hamilton A S Anderson President New officers elected in November are A S Anderson president William E Lakeman vice president Fred Hammerle treasurer and Mrs Henry Kessling secretary pro tem This society was incorporated during the past ...

"Ohio's Squatter Governor: William Hogland of Hoglandstown," by Randolph C. Downes. Volume 43, Number 3, July, 1934, pp. 273-282.
... OHIO'S SQUATTER GOVERNOR WILLIAM OHIO'S SQUATTER GOVERNOR WILLIAM HOGLAND OF HOGLANDSTOWN BY RANDOLPH C DOWNES What student of Ohio history would have dreamed that it would eventually be proved that Arthur St Clair was not the first resident governor to exercise the duties of that high office over the white inhabitants of the territory that now forms the domain of the Buckeye State Who would have thought that for almost one hundred and fifty years there has existed in the columns of the ...

"The Beef Cattle Industry in Ohio Prior to the Civil War," Volume 64, Number 2, April, 1955, pp. 168-194.
... The Beef Cattle Industry in Ohio The Beef Cattle Industry in Ohio Prior to the Civil War By ROBERT LESLIE JONES I Introduction The beef cattle industry in Ohio prior to the Civil War could not be described as the one most important branch of agriculture in the state as a whole though it was significant almost everywhere and dominant in certain regions Neither was it to be regarded as unique in its methods for these were in principle at least borrowed from older parts of the country and were ...

Volume 59, Number 2, April, 1950, pp. 196-203.
... HISTORICAL NEWS HISTORICAL NEWS Historical Societies BRECKSVILLE EARLY SETTLERS HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION Brecksville Ernest M Green President Present officers of the society are Ernest M Green president Alice Green Lewis vice president and Mrs Minnie Bartlett Jones historian secretary and treasurer Trustees are Betty Teter Barrett Susie McCreery Birdsall Benjamin P Forbes Raymond J Thayer Raymond B Perry and Harriet A Wright CLARK COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY Springfield Orton G Rust President The ...

"Logan and the Logan Elm," by Howard Jones. Volume 32, Number 2, April, 1923, pp. 314-327.
... a 314 LOGAN AND THE LOGAN LEM LOGAN AND THE LOGAN LEM BY DR HOWARD JONES I have been asked to tell you something about this piece of land upon which we have assembled today and what this meeting commemorates This is easy and yet difficult easy because the subject is replete with interesting history difficult because the time allotted is too short to treat the subject in a very comprehensive or even an understandable manner It was in 1911 that I made the proposal to Mrs Wallace to purchase ...

"SURVEY OF PUBLICATIONS IN OHIO HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY, A," "August 1962-July 1963," compiled by S. Winifred Smith. Volume 72, Number 4, October, 1963, pp. 303-319.
... span p --- tr AGRICULTURE Heigh-Ho Come to the Fair Ohio Historical Society Echoes I No 9 September 1962 1 Brief discussion of agricultural fairs in Ohio and the founding of the state fair PORTER Thomas E A Letter Concerning the Early Maple Sugar Industry of Paint Creek Valley Paint Creek Valley Folk Publications No 14 Chillicothe Ohio Paint Creek Valley Folk Research Project 1963 6p Mimeographed ANTISLAVERY MOVEMENT ABER Mina E The Rankin House Stop on Underground Railroad Negro History ...

"A Survey of Publications on the History and Archaeology of Ohio, 1972 to 1973," Volume 81, Number 4, Autumn, 1972, pp. 292-301.
... compiled by compiled by HELEN M THURSTON A Survey of Publications on the History and Archaeology of Ohio 1972-1973 ANTISLAVERY COFFIN LEVI Reminiscences of Levi Coffin New York AMS Press 1971 Reprint of 1876 ed 712p Reputed president of the Underground Railroad F LAD E LAND BETTY Men and Brothers Ang l o-American Antislavery Cooperation Urbana University of Illinois Press 1972 480p GARRISON WILLIAM LLOYD ed by Louis Ruchames Letters of William Lloyd Garrison A House Dividing Against Itself II ...

"The Ohio Election of 1838: A Study in the Historical Method?," Volume 95, , Summer-Autumn, 1986, pp. 85-100.
... VERNON L VERNON L VOLPE The Ohio Election of 1838 A Study in the Historical Method Historians are not immune from occasionally making minor errors such as misreading the results of a state election Unfortunately due to the nature of the craft one historian's lapse may assume the status of historical fact once it finds its way into the secondary literature where the original slip suddenly takes on a life of its own Through sheer repetition by other scholars a historical myth is created that is ...

"The Indian Thoroughfares of Ohio," by Archer Butler Hulbert. Volume 8, Number 3, January, 1900, pp. 264-295.
... THE INDIAN THOROUGHFARES OF OHIO THE INDIAN THOROUGHFARES OF OHIO BY ARCHER BUTLER HULBERT History tells of two Ohios151the old and the new The old Ohio was that portion of the American Hinterland drained by the Ohio and Allegheny rivers which together formed la Belle Riviere of New France It included the territory between the Alleghenies the Mississippi and the great lakes save as we except the country of Illinois which early in history became a territory distinct by itself as the meadow ...

"Logan and the Logan Elm," by James E. Campbell. Volume 31, Number 4, October, 1922, pp. 367-374.
... The McGuffey Society at the Logan Elm 367 The McGuffey Society at the Logan Elm 367 accomplishments of the Americans who came here and out of a wilderness carved a commonwealth Following this came the illuminative and interesting address by former Governor James E Campbell President of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society entitled LOGAN AND THE LOGAN ELM Ladies and Gentlemen Logan whose Indian name was Tah-gah-jute was the chief of the small tribe of Indians known as the Mingos ...