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compiled by

compiled by



A Survey of Publications

on the History and Archaeology

of Ohio, 1973 to 1974






FILLER, LOUIS, Abolition and Social Justice in the Era of Reform. New York, Harper and

Row, 1972, 367p.

THOMPSON, J. EARL, JR., "Lyman Beecher's Long Road to Conservative Abolitionism,"

Church History, XLII (1973), 89-109. President of Lane Seminary.





Central State ArchaeologicalJournal. Published by several archaeological societies. Covers

Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Arkansas, Indiana, Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Iowa.

Historical Archaeology. Published annually by The Society for Historical Archaeology.

Prime concern is the Western Hemisphere.

Ohio Archaeologist. Quarterly by the Archaeological Society of Ohio devoted to the dis-

cussion and illustration of artifacts found primarily in Ohio.





BENJAMIN, ASHER, The County Builder's Assistant; Containing a Collection of New Designs of

Carpentry and Architecture, Which Will Be Particularly Useful to Country Workmen in

General. New York, Da Capo Press, 1972. (Reprint of 1797 ed.); 61p. Set Available.

BERMINGHAM, PETER, ed., "Alexander H. Wyant: Some Letters From Abroad," Smithsonian

Institution Archives of American Art Journal, XII (1972), 1-8. Ohio artist.

CAMPEN, RICHARD N., Ohio: An Architectural Portrait. Chagrin Falls, O., West Summit

Press, 1973. 320p.

FREIVOGEL, ELSIE F., "Lilly Martin Spencer," Smithsonian Institution Archives of American

Art Journal, XII (1972), 9-14. Ohio artist.

GREENSLADE, THOMAS B., JR., "Tintypes: born Feb. 19, 1856; served with distinction and

passed from the scene 19?? . . .," Graphic Antiquarian, III (October 1972), 12-15. Con-

cerns Ohioans Hamilton L. Smith, William Neff, and Peter Neff, Jr.

FAST, LOUISA K., Early 1800 Houses of Tiffin [Ohio]. Privately published by AAUW, 1971.