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Index

Index

 

COMPILED BY LAURA RUSSELL

 

ABOLITIONISM, "Theodore Dwight Weld's

Anti-Slavery Mission in Ohio," by

Vernon L. Volpe, 5-18

Abolitionist, Actuarv, Atheist: Elizur

Wright and the Reform Impulse, by

Lawrence B. Goodheart, rev., 168-170

Abzug, Robert, Passionate Liberator:

Theodore Dwight Weld and the

Dilemma of Reform, 6, 8, 9

Adjutant General's General Order

Number 12 (1916), 45-46

Adjutant General, ONG office of, 40-56

Agriculture, "Butter and Egg Business:

Implications From the Records of a

Nineteenth-Century Ohio Farm Wife,"

by Virginia E. McCormick, 57-67;

in Western Reserve, 101-128 passim

Akron (Ohio), 120, 123, 135, 147-148

Alig, Joyce L. (Project Director) and

Phillip R. Shriver, Floyd Leonard,

Joseph Leonard, Dwight Smith,

Randall Buchman, George Knepper,

Native Americans And Early Settlers:

The Meeting of Cultures 1780's-1980's,

94

Allen, Isaac J., 150

Allen, William, 132

Alvord, John W., 12

American Slavery As It Is, by Theodore

Dwight Weld, 6

America's National Battlefield Parks:

A Guide, by Joseph E. Stevens,

bk. note, 94

American Temperance Movements:

Cycles of Reform, by Jack S. Blocker

Jr., rev., 71-72

Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver (Mrs.

Sherwood), Sherwood Anderson's

Love Letters to Eleanor Copenhaver

Anderson, edited by Charles E.

Modlin, 94

Anderson, Michael J., book rev., 172-173

Anderson, Mrs. Sherwood (Eleanor

Copenhaver Anderson), Sherwood

Anderson's Love Letters to Eleanor

Copenhaver Anderson, edited by

Charles E. Modlin, 94

Anderson, Sherwood, Sherwood

Anderson's Love Letters to Eleanor

Copenhaver Anderson, edited by