Ohio History Journal




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, 118, 466.

Thompson, George, 282.                                                           Four Cycles: a Centennial ode, 109.

(See Fairbank)                                                                        General Harmar's Expedition, 74.

Abolition -                                                                                           General Roeliff Brinkerhoff, 353.

Students' experience in the South,                                             Jefferson's Ordinance of 1784, 118.

280.                                                                                         Logan, the Mingo Chief, 137.

American Colonization Society, 269.                                                Oberlin's part in the slavery conflict,

American Missionary Association, 287.                                              269.

Anti-Slavery, 232, 364.                                                                      Pipe's Cliff, 243.

Advocates jailed, 311.                                                               Pre-historic earthworks in Wisconsin,

Bibliography of Oberlin's Record, 332.                                       1.

Canadian Negro refugees, 287.                                                Recollections of Newark, 240.

Escaping slaves, 282.                                                                 Rufus Putnam Memorial Association,

Fairbank, Calvin, 283.                                                                    123.

Lane Seminary, 271.                                                                 Some local history, 57.

Lorain County Society, 278.                                                     Tarhe, the Crane, 64.

Oberlin Evangelist, 275.                                                            The Battle of Lake Erie in Ballad

Oberlin's influence, 288.                                                               and History, 415.

Oberlin's influence in Kansas, 297.                                          The Bunch of Grapes Tavern, 136.

Oberlin's mass meeting on attack of                                         The Kendal Community, 176.

Lawrence, Kansas, 298.-                                                      The Ohio River, 220.

Oberlin's part in, 269, 275.                                                        The Place of the Ohio Valley in

Oberlin-Wellington rescue case, 30C.                                         American History, 32.

Oberlin's "Y'oung   Men's Society,"                                         Visit to Fort Ancient, 248.

277.                                                                                         William Henry Rice - In Memoriam,

The A. G. Riddle- Trial, 306.                                                        133.

The Rescuer, 310.                                                                      William H. West, 404.

Armstrong, Captain John -

Diary of, 79.                                              B

Armstrong, Jeremiah -

Narrative of, 66.                                                                        Badger, Rev. Joseph, 67.

Archaeology -                                                                                   Baughman, A. J., 362.

Blackmoor Museum, 366.                                                         Bancroft, George -

Gen. Brinkerhoff's interest in, 366.                                           Battle of Lake Erie described by, 433,

Peabody Museum, 366.                                                            Perry-Elliott controversy, on, 434.

Prof. Moorhead-s explorations in, 367.                                    Battle of Lake Erie -

Prof. Putnam's Ohio explorations, 366.                                   British fleet, 426.

Society's Collection, 367.                                                          British surrender, 428.

Wisconsin pre-historic works, 1-31.                                         Building, Perry's fleet, 424.

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Index

Index.                                    479

 

Battle of Lake Erie-Concluded.                 Books-Concluded.

Burial of dead, 429.                                                                   Mrs. Trollope quotes domestic man-

Criticism  of, 415.                                                                      ners of America, 380.

Day of Battle, 425.                                                                    Poems on Ohio, 47

Poems on Ohio, 477.

Description of, 426.

Shirreff's "A Tour   Through   North

Distribution of prize money, 443456.         A    ric  1   "

Elliott, Captain Jesse D., 425.America, 1835," 381.

Fac-simile, Perry's dispatch, 437.                                    Steele's "A  Summer Journey in the

"James Bird," ballad of, 418.                                             West," 381.

Killed and wounded in, 440-443.                                       Stuart's  "Three  Years   in   North

Mackensie's description of, 435.                                        America," 380.

Merit and rank of, 435.                                                              "The Ice Age in North America," 471.

News of the victory, 432.                                                         "The Volunteer Quartermaster," 356.

Parsons, Dr. Usher, 433.                                                           "The Wilderness Trail," 474.

Peace, triumph of, 417.                                                     Boone, Daniel, 223, 230.

Perry's brother at, 433.                                                      Brady's Island, 461.

Perry's dispatch, 428.                                                        Brady's Lake, 464.

Perry-Elliott controversy, 434.         Brady's Leap -

Perry's report to Secretary of Navy,                                       Account of, 457.

437.                                                                                         Draper Mss. on, 461.

Relative strength of squadrons, 436.                                  Gen. Sam. C. D. Harris, account of,

Roosevelt, Theodore, on, 415, 435.                                   461.

Significance of, 430.                                                          Brinkerhoff, General Roeliff-

Special mention of bravery of offi-                                  Ancestry of, 354.

cers, 439.                                                                                Archaeological, interest of, 366.

Beecher, Dr. Lyman, 270.                                                                Biography of, 355.

Bienville, Celoron, 222.                                                                      Business life of, 354, 357.

Bird, James--                                                                                      Career of, 354.

Execution of, 418, 423.                                                              Charitable and reform work, 357, 365.

Sketch of, 421.                                                                    Civil War, in, 355, 365.

"Black Laws," 278.                                                                      Columbian Exposition, 358.

Blaine, James G., 411.                                                                       Death of, 353.

Bland, Theodore, 118.                                                                       Early life of, 354.

Blennerhassett, Herman, 231.                                                           Family of, 356.

Boats -                                                                                                Funeral of, 360.

"New   Orleans," 228.                                                                Funeral oration on, 360.

"St. Clair," 231.                                                                    Historic and Civic interest, 359, 361,

"Washington," 228.                                                                     365.

Books--                                                                                                Interest in Society, 354, 358, 365.

A Buckeye Boyhood, 476.                                                        Memorial meeting for, 362.

Bibliography books of Travel in                                        Oberlin-Wellington Rescue Case, 364.

America, 401.                                                                        President  Wright's   Memorial    ad-

Brinkerhoff's "Recollections of a Life                                       dress, 363.

Time," 356.                                                                     Political life of, 356.

Bullock's            "Sketch   of                a                               Journey                              "These are My Jewels," 358.

Through        the Western              States, of                         Tutor at Hermitage, 354.

North America, 1827," 380.                                           Tribute to, 466.

Dickens' "American Notes," 382.      Broadhead, Colonel -

Flagg's "tIhe Far West," 381.                                              Expedition of, 253.

James' "Account of an Expedition to                                 Brown, John -

the Rocky Mountains," 392.                                            Oberlin relationship of, 298.

Latrobe's "Rambles in North Amer- Buckingham, Bradley, 246.

ica," 384.                                                                         Buckeye Boyhood, 476.

Lloyd's "Travels in the Interior of     Bunch of Grapes Tavern, 136.

North   America,   by   Maximilian,                              Burleigh, C. C., 278.

Prince of Wild," 383.                                                      Burr, Aaron, 231.

"Memorable Days in America," 379.                               Bushnell, Hon. M. B., 362.



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480           Ohio Arch. and Hist. Society            Publications.

 

C                     i Constitutional Conventions, 414.

Contributors -

Campaign of 1863, 406.                                                                    Baughma, A. J., 253.

Campmeeting, Pioneer, 245.                                                            Burroughs, Wilbur Greely, 269.

Cass, Lewis, 432.                                                                               Davis, Judge William  Z, 404.

Chase, Salmon P., 280, 284, 309.                                                      Fox, Wendall P., 176.

Chiefs--                                                                                              Furness, Mary Baker, 255.

Blue Jacket, 237.                                                                        Galbreath, Chas. B., 415.

Captain Pipe, 253.                                                                      Gilliam, D. Tod, 402.

Little Turtle, 85, 236.                                                                 lHenshaw, Leslie S., 378.

Prominent Ohio, 137.Hils, Alice, 61.

White Eyes, 468.                                                                        Hulbert Archer Butler, 220.

Chillicothe, 81.                                                                                    Keeler, Lucy Elliot, 57.

Chillicothe, References to, 173.                                                         Koch, Felix J., 248.

Cincinnati -                                                                                         Lowe, May, 109.

Bibliography  for municipal election,                                       McLaughlin, Edward A., 350.

1828, 268.                                                                                Meek, Basil, 64, 74.

Boundaries of, 255.                                                                    Morton, Jennie C., 48.

Burnet Isaac G. Mayor of, 256.                                                Randall, E. O., 118, 457.

Early newspapers of, 256, 258.                                                 Rue, George W., 368.

Fraudulent voting, 1828, 263.                                                     Smucker, Isaac, 240.

Jackson Day Banquet, 1829, 264.                                              Stout, A. B., 1.

Kirby Smith threatens, 330.                                                       Turner, Frederick Jackson, 32.

Morgan's Raid near, 370.                                                           Young, Calvin, 236.

Municipal election of 1828, 255.                                       Cooper, James Fennimore, Perry-Elliott

Organization of, 255.                         Controversy, on, 434.

Poem   to, 350.                                                                   Corwin, 'Ihomas, 364.

Political handbills, 1828, 264.                                            Coshocton Campaign              253.

Political meetings, 1828, 258.Co, Gn                                , 2     3

Political parties, 1828, 257.ox                en   acob D        288 320

Political rallies, 1828, 258, 260.                                         Crawford, Col. Wm.-

Polling places, 1828, 256.                                                           Expedition of, 164.

Result of municipal election, 1828,                                            Ohio Valley, in, 230.

266.                                                                                  Cresap, Capt. Michael, 468.

Second charter granted, 255.                                                      logan's letter to, 161.

Tammany Society of, 263.                                                        References to, 172.

Wards of, 255.                                                                    Curlis, Edward S., 50.

Civil War-                                                                                   Cutler, Manasseh, 122.

Battle of Cross Lanes, 321.

Brinkerhoff, Gen., in, 355, 365.

Morgan's Raid, 369.                                        D

Oberlin's attitude toward, 315, 316.

Oberlin's record in, 331.               Dana, Chas. S., Address before Rufus

Oberlin students at opening of, 320.          Putnam  Memorial Association, 124.

Ohio River, in, 232.                                                             Delaware, 0., 1812, in, 61.

"The Praying Company," 330.                                                   First house in, i2.

Clark, George Rogers, 468.                                                                 Gen. Harrison's Army at, 61.

Ohio Valley, in, 230.                                                                   Local history of, 61.

Clay, Cassius M., 280.                                                                         Pioneer days in, 62.

Henry, 43.                                                                           Democracy, Ohio Valley, in, 44.

Clinton, De Witt, 241.                                                                  Doughty, Major, 103.

Co-education, Oberlin, at, 276.                                                   Douglas Fred, 279.

Columbian Exposition, 358.                                                        Draper Mss., "Biady's     Leap"   quoted

Communism, Kendal Community, The,                from, 461.

176.                                                                                       Dunmore, Lord, Indian Treaty of, 164.

Ohio River on, 232.                                                                      Dunmore's War, 157, 468.



Index

Index.                                     481

 

E                        Forts-Concluded.

Site of, 467.

Earthworks [See Mounds.]                                                                  Harmar, 76, 224.

Artifacts found in Wisconsin, 9.                                                  Treaty of, 65.

Azatlan ruins, 1.                                                                           McIntosh, 76.

Burial for, 7.                                                                                Treaty of, 64.

Classes of, 1.                                                                                Steuben, 78.

Conical Mounds, 7.                                                                      Washington, 78.

Enclosures, 5.                                                                              Wayne:

Fort Ancient, 248.                                                                        Indian Treaty at, 238.

Gen. Atkinson group in Wis., 8.                                                  Little 'lurtle born near, 236.

"Koshkonong" group in Wis., 8.                                         Fremont, local history of, 58.

Noe Springs group in Wis., 9.                                            French, Ohio Valley, in, 37.

Shapes of, 4.                                                                       Fugitive Stave Law, 289, 303.

Wisconsin, in, 1.                                                                          Chas. H. Langston trial, 307.

Editorialana -                                                                              Fourth of July celebration, 1825, 241.

Jefferson's Ordinance, 118.

A Buckeye Boyhood, 476.                                     G

Gen. Brinkerhoff, 466.

Bunch of Grapes Tavern, 136.                                          Gallipolis, 232.

Poems on Ohio, 477.                                                         Garrison, William  Lloyd, 271, 279.

Site of Fort Gower, 467.                                                    Gibson, John, Indian interpreter, 173.

The Ice Age in N. A., 471.                                                Giddings, Joshua R., 309.

The Wilderness Trail, 474.                                                Girty, Simon, 458, 468.

Education, Kendal Community, in, 181,                                  Gist, Christopher, 221, 230.

186.                                                                                 Gower, Fort, 467.

Election, Cincinnati, municipal, 1828, 255.                              Glacial Man, Ohio, in, 473.

Pioneer, 246.                                                                      Greenville, Treaty of, 67, 238, 239.

 

F                                           H

 

Fairbank, Calvin -                                                                       Half King, 71.

Rescue of slave girl, 283.                                                           Aliases of, 69.

Sentenced to Kentucky Penitentiary,                                        Death of, 70.

284.                                                                                          Significance of name, 72.

Fallen Timber, Tarhe at Battle of, 66.                                      Hamtramck, Major, 78.

Finley, Rev. J. B., 67.                                                                Handbills, Political, against Jackson, 265.

Flatboats, 226.                                                                            Hanna,    Chas.   A.,  "The   Wilderness

Flint Ridge, 245.                                 Trail," by, 474.

Forbes, John, Ft. Duquesne taken by, 222.                               Ilarmar's Expedition, 237.

Forts -                                                                                                  Battle of, 93.

Ancient:                                                                                      Character of troops in, 103.

Approach to, 249.                                                               Court of inquiry concerning, 88.

Artifacts found in, 249, 251.                                              Diary of Lieut. Denny, 102.

Builders of, 250.                                                                 Destruction of Indian villages. 85, 106.

Character of works at, 251.                                               Events of, 79.

Dimensions, 249.                                                               Ferguson's Maj., report of, 96.

Embankment of, 249.                                                        General order issued, 84.

Probable age of, 248.                                                        Hardin, Col., in, 92, 99, 102, 105, 106.

Purpose of, 250.                                                                 Harmar's Journal of, 89.

Visit to, 248.                                                                       Indian battle, 83, 86.

Finney, 76.                                                                                  Kentucky troops in, 104.

Treaty of, 65.                                                                     Line of march, 105.

Gower:                                                                                       Order of encampment, 105.

Resolutions made by officers at,                                      Order of march, 80.

469.                                                                                 Plans for, 103.



482 Ohio Arch

482           Ohio   Arch. and      Hist. Society     Publications.

 

Harmar's Expedition-Concluded.              Illustrations-Concluded.

Result of, 88.   Scioto River, 110.

Statement of Ensign Britt, 101.                                                  The Perry Medal, 430.

Strength of army, 104.                                                               Types of Wisconsin Mounds, 25.

Troops in, 96. West, W. H., 404.

Wyllys, Maj., in, 107.                                                               Where Perry's fleet was built, 422.

Harmar, Gen. Josiah-                                                                        Wisconsin conical mounds, 6, 7.

Accusations against, 108.Wisconsin effigy mounds, 12 13, 1

Conduct of, in battle, 100.                                                             15, 16, 17, 19, 21.

Conduct of, in battle, 100.                                                         Wisconsin effigy mounds, 12, 13, 14,

Criticism        of, 88.                                                                      15, 16, 17, 19, 21.

Criticism       of, 88.                                                                   Wisconsin intaglio mound, 21.

Expedition of, 74, 77, 237.                                                        Wisconsin   inear mound, 26.

Sketch "of, 74.                                                                           Wisconsin linea r   mound, 26.

Testimonials concerning, 101.                                                  Wisconsin pehslatforic garden beds, 11.

Harris, Gen. Sam     C. D., account of                                             Wisconsin prehistoric garden beds, 29.

Brady's Leap, 461.                                                               Internal Improvements, 43. 242.

Harrison, Gen. W. H., 231.                                                              Iron    Furnaces, 242.

Indians council with, 65.                                                          Indians, 253.

Indiarches councilarmy  to Fremont, 6165.                           Battle at Brady's Lake, 461, 464.

Perry's dispatch to, 437.                                                          Bird's expedition against, 166.

Heckewelder, John, 133.                                                                      British influence, 75, 165.

Heenderson, Col. Richard, 223.                                                           Civilization of, 49.

Hendersiawatha, 50.                                                                           Crawford's expedition against, 164.

Courage of, 55.

Historical Societies, value of, 34.                                                        Courage of, 55.

Horse racing, Pioneer, 243.                                                                Curtis, Edward S., on, 49, 50.

Horse raci  ,                       Dunmore's treaty with, 164.

Half King, 64.

I                           Harmar's expedition against, 74.

Insurrection of, 77.

Illustrations -                                                                                        Intoxication among, 156.

Aztalan conical mounds, 5.                                                         Land    claims  of, 74.

Brady's Leap, 465.                                                                     Little Turtle, 236.

Circleville, Main St., 116.                                                           Longfellow, on, 49.

City of Circleville, 114.                                                              McDonald's expedition against, 162.

Elliott, Jesse Duncan, 434.                                                         Methods of, 153, 160.

Ft. Atkinson Intaglio Mound, 23.                                                Miami, 237.

Indian Scout, 112.                                                                       Mounds probably built by, 29.

Map   showing   location  of Brady's                                         Ohio, 224.

Leap, 462.                                                                              Origin of name, 51.

Monument marking site of Morgan's                                        Probable origin of, 48.

surrender, 375.                                                                       Religious ideas of, 51.

Morgan, Gen. J. H., 372.                                                           Removal of, in Pa., 143.

Moundbuilders' Circle, 110.                                                      Schoolcraft, on, 53.

Order of encampment, Harmar's Ex-                                     Schools founded for, 52.

pedition, 83.                                                                           Sioux, massacre of, 55.

Order of March, Harmar's Expedi-                                         Susquehanna, on, 145.

tion, 80.                                                                              Tarhe-the Crane, 64.

Perry's battle flag, 425.                                                            Trails of, 236, 237.

Perry, Com. 0. H., 429.                                                            Treaties with, 238, 469.

Perry monument, Cleveland, O., 441.                                    Wall, 0. G., on, 55.

Pipe's Cliff, 253.                                                                       Wyandot, 64.

Pickaway Plains with Indian settle-                                    Indian Trails, Cuyahoga Portage, 465.

ments, 112.

Powell's Battle of Lake Erie, 416.

Prehistoric cornfields in Wis., 28.                        J

Put-in-Bay, 427.

Rice, W. H., 133.                       Jackson.   Andrew,    Political  handbills

Rue, Maj. George W., 368.                     against, 265.



Index

Index.                                      483

 

Jackson, Andrew, Jr., Gen. Brinkerhoff                                    Land titles, Right to, 75.

tutor in family of, 354.                                                  Lane Seminary, 270.

Jacksonianism, Cincinnati, in, 1828, 261,                                          Abolition at, 271.

262, 263, 264.                                                                 La Salle, 221.

Jefferson, Thomas -                                                                  Leaden Plates, Story of, 222

Logan's speech on, 163.                                                    Leonard, Dr. J. A., 363.

Ordinance by, 119.                                                            Lewis, Gen. Andrew, 468.

Johnson, Col. Richard M., Indian school                                           Army of, 163.

founded by, 52.                                                              Licking County [See Newark.]

Johnson, Sir William, 145.                                                         Literary Society, Oberlin, 278.

Juniata, Pa., 152.                                                                       Little Turtle -

Birthplace of, 236.

K                            Death of, 238.

Government presents medal to, 238.

Keelboats, 226.                                                                                  Parents of, 237.

Kendal Community, The, 176.                                                         Visits Gen. Washington, 238.

Business transactions of, 191.                                            Local History, 57.

By-laws of, 186.                                                                        Value of studying, 59.

Care of implements in, 202.                                              Logan, the Mingo Chief, 137.

Compensation for labor in, 194.                                                Ambassador to Six Nations, 141.

Constitution of, 178.                                                                   Anecdotes of, 153, 154, 155.

Dissolution of, 215.                                                                    Attacks settlers, 160.

Education in, 181, 186.                                                              Attitude toward whites, 157.

Election of officers of, 183.                                                      Becomes Sachem, 142.

Homes in, 195.                                                                           Bibliography of, 168-175.

Inventory of property taken, 206, 216.                                     Carries message for Gov. Hamilton,

Membership in, 180, 186, 188.                                                  151.

Mill Bill, 206.                                                                              Character of, 154, 167.

Newspapers subscribed for, 200.                                              Comes to Ohio, 153.

Officers of, 182.                                                                        Conference with Gov. of Pa., 146, 150.

Punishment for misdemeanors in, 187.                                    Death of, 167.

Release of members, 212.                                                        Detroit, at, 167.

Reports of meetings of, 183.                                                     Early life of, 138.

School in, 196, 198, 211.                                                            Family of, 139.

Social compact, bond of, 188.                                                   Hardin County, O., in, 165.

Sunday meetings for study of Co-                                            Home of, 139.

operative system, 201.                                                           Joins British, 166.

Withdrawal of members of, 192.                                              Letters to Cresap, 161.

Women admitted as members, 209.                                         Personal appearance of, 167.

Women share in dividends, 197.                                               Relatives murdered, 158.

Work, methods of, 202, 204.                                                      Remorse of, 164.

Kenton, Simon, 468.                                                                          Revenge of, 159.

Logan aids, 166.                                                                     Speech of, 163, 173.

Kosciusko, Gen., 238.                                                                        Treatment of, at Ft. McKee, 149.

Wyandot County, in, 166.

L                        Lorain County, Anti-Slavery Society, 278.

Lower Sandusky, Tarhe, living at, 65.

Lafayette, Character of Ohio Colonists,

on, 128.

Lake Erie, Battle of, 415.M

Lancaster, Tarhe's town at, 65.

Land cessions by .States, 127.                                                   Marietta College, 231.

Land companies, 128.                                                                Marietta Settlement of, 224.

Land ordinance, Bland's, 118.                                                   Mary Ann Furnace, Licking Co., 242.

Lands, public, Ohio Valley influence on,                                 Maps -

43.                                                                                            Aztalan earthworks in Wis., 3.



484 Ohio Arch

484           Ohio Arch. and Hist. Society            Publications.

 

Maps-Concluded.                                                N

Pre-historic earthworks in Wis., 2.

Wisconsin earthworks, 4.                National   Conventio.i,  Chicago  Repub-

Wisconsin m-lund groups, 8, .                 lican, 411.

Martzolff, Ohio Poems, 477.                                                             Negroes-

Massillon, settlement of, 176.                                                                        Oberlin admits, 272

McDonald, Maj. Angus, Expediti       on of,            colored school, 279.

M onl,162.  Ma.Ags        iinOberlin students, 298.

162.

Meigs, Return J., 352.Newark-

Methodism, campmeetings of, 245.                                                             1825, in, 240.

Mingoes, 158-                                                                                                Pioneer camp meeting, 245.

Attacks by, 165.                                                                                     Pioneer election, 246.

Morgan, Gen. J. H.-                                                                                       Pioneer horseracing at, 243.

Capture of, 368.                                                                                     Recollections of, 240.

Celebration of capture of, 368.                                                 Trial of Petcr Diamond, 242.

Escape of, 377.                                                                          Newspapers -

Monument on site of surrender of,                                                       Cincinnati, 256, 258.

375.                                                                                                     First Anti-Slavery, 232.

Rue, Maj., intercepts, 371, 373.                                                            Kendal Community, in, 200.

Rue's account of capture, 369.                                                  Newark Advocate, 246.

Salineville, at, 372.                                                                                 Oberlin Evangelist, 275.

Shackleford, Gen., pursues, 3'1.                                                            Oberlin Quarterly Review, 276.

Surrender of, 376.                                                                                  The Liberator, 271.

Morgan's Raid, 368.                                                                                       The Rescue, 310.

Moundbuilders -                                                                                 Nominating Conventions, 257.

Bibliography of Wis., 30.                                                          Normal School, Spiegel Grove Proposi-

Cremation among, 27.                         tion, 338.

Culture, status of, 29.                                                                 Northwest Territory -

Migrations of, 27.                                                                       Educational sentiment in, 129.

Theories as to origin, 251.                                                          Religious element in settlement of,

Mounds [See Earthworks.]                                                                            129.

Burial, 9.

Composite, 23.                                             O

Conical, 10.

Distribution of, in Wis., 24.                                                        Oberlin -

Effigy, 11.                                                                                  Abolitionism at, 270, 275.

Conventionalized, 22.                                                         Attitude of pro-slavery towns toward,

Dakota, 'in, 21.                                                                                279.

Georgia, in, 21.                                                                   Attitude of students on Civil WTar,

Number of, 18.                                                                               316.

Types of, 18.                                                                      Attitude toward Johin  Brown's Raid.

Wisconsin, in, 4.                                                                             299.

Indians probable builders of, 29.                                               Bibliography of anti-slavery attitude,

Intaglio, 20.                                                                                            332.

Kumlien, Wis., Group, 10.                                                        Brown, Jobl, at, 298.

Linear types of, 22.                                                                   Charter threatened, 289.

"Man" Mound, 18.                                                                      Civil War, in, 315.

Material used in, 10.                                                                              Co-education at, 276.

Oval, 11.                                                                                                 Confederate opinion of, 327.

Platform, 11.                                                                                          Connection with Harper's Ferry at-

Probable age of, 27.                                                                              tack, 298.

Purposes of construction, 26, 27.                                                          Early faculty of, 274.

Recent construction of some, 11.                                                          Early financial difficulties of, 276.

Remains, human, found in, 26.                                                             Fairbank, Calvin, 283.

Truncated, 11.                                                                                        "Felon's Feast," affair, at, 304.

Muskingum   River, Indians on, 159.                                                             First literary society, 278.



In (dcx1

In (dcx1.                                   485

 

Oberlin-Concluded.                                                                           Ohio River-Concluded.

First negro student, 279.                                                             Dickens', Chas., journey on, 382, 385.

First war funeral, 3'9.                                                                Discovery of, 221.

First slaves living in, 294.                                                           Drainage area of, 221.

Fugitive Slave Law violated, at, 303.                                        Faux's book on, 379.

Gov. Cox, on influence of, 288.                                                Flagg's journey on, 381, 388, 391.

Influence of, in Kansas, 297.                                                    Flat boat era of 226.

Mahan, Rev. Asa, becomes president                                  228.

~~~~of, 271.  ~Freight tonnage on, 228.

Name changed, 289.                                                                Future trade, value of, 234.

Negroes admitted, 272, 295.                                                    Historical value of, 35.

"Oberlin unmasked," 296.                                                         Historic eras of, 225.

Organization of, 269.                                                                Historic events on, 230.

Part taken in slavery conflict, 269.                                          Influence of, in settling West, 225.

Piety among student soldiers, 319.                                          Keelboat era of, 226.

Political influence of, 288.                                                       Nationalities along, 229.

Record of student soldiers, 330.                                               Navigation improvements on, 233.

Result of negro education at, 295.                                              Passenger traffic on, 379.

Seceding   Lane  Seminary    students,                                     Pre-Revolutionary influence on, 223.

272, 275.                                                                                  Revolutionary soldiers on, 231.

Slavery petition sent to Congress, 288.                                      Shireff's journey on, 381, 385, 387, 392

Slavery riot, 297.                                                                        396.

Students among negro refugees, 287.                                       Steamboat era of, 228.

Students at Battle of Cross Lanes,                                              Steamboat, First, on, 378.

320.                                                                                          Steamboat, early travel on, 378.

Students in Confederate prison, 325.                                         Steel barge, era of, 234.

Students in Federal army, 315.                                                  Steele's journey on, 381, 385, 387, 388,

Student soldiers edit paper in prison,                                         390, 393, 395.

328.                                                                                         Stewart's journey on, 380, 384, 386

Teachers sent to South, 287.                                                      389, 395.

Underground    Railroad  Station, 289,                                      Towns along, 224.

300.                                                                                         'trade route, 224.

Young Men's Anti-Slavery      Society,                                    Trollope's, Mrs., journey on, 380, 385,

277.                                                                                         392, 394.

"Oberlin Covenant," 269.                                                                   Value of, in pioneer settlement, 220.

Oberlin Peace League, 277.                                                             "Washington's"   steamboat descends,

Oberlin-Wellington rescue case, 364.                                              228.

Ohio Canal, opening of, 241.                                                         Ohio River Steamboating--

Ohio Company, First, 125, 221.                                                        Accidents, 394, 398.

Ohio Company, Second, 127.                                                           Bibliography, 398.

Circular of information, 131.                                                   Buckingham's observations, 389, 396.

Organization of, 131, 132.                                                        Deck passengers, 384.

Ohio Country, The, 221.                                                                   Delays at starting, 388.

Ohio National influence of, 269.                                                      Description of boats, 380.

Ohio River--                                                                                      Experiences at the Falls, 392.

Ohio poems published, 341.                                                     Flint's observations, 389.

Boatmen on, 230.                                                                     Fuel for steamboats, 383, 397.

Boats, early, on, 378.                                                               Help to other boats, 391, 398.

Bryant's, William Cullen, experiences,                                  James' experience, 390, 392.

392.                                                                                       Maxmilian's journey on, 393, 395.

Bullock's journey on, 380.                                                       Meals, 385, 397.

Burr, Aaron, on, 231.                                                               "New   Orleans," 394.

Civil War, influence of, 232.                                                   Passengers, 384.

Clark, George Rogers, on, 230.                                               Races, 390.

Communism    on, 232.                                                           Social life on board, 385, 397.

Crawford, Col., on, 230.                                                          Time of passage, 389, 398.



486 Ohio Arch

486           Ohio Arch. and         Hist. Society     Publications.

 

Ohio Valley -                                                                            Poetry-Concluded.

Aborigines in, 36.                                                                      To Cincinnati, 350.

Ante-bellum  storm  center in, 46.                                            "That Old Log House Where Used

Cities of, 36.                                                                               to be Our Farm," 402.

Colonizing effects of, 42.                                                  Point Pleasant -

Commercial highway, 36.                                                        Battle of, 163.

Commercial importance of, 44.                                       Political Campaigns -

Commercial relations with South, 46.                                       Hand Bills, in, 264.

Condition at close of Rev., 223.                                         Political Parties -

Democracy of, 42, 44.                                                              Cincinnati, 1828, 257.

Economic legislation affected by, 42.                              Political Rallies -

Expansion ideas propagated in, 41.                                           Cincinnati, 1828, 258, 260.

French explorers in, 37.                                                     Pontiac's War, 152.

Nationalizing influence of, 40.                                                  Logan's refusal to join, 146.

Pioneers of, 38.                                                                  Pomoacan, 69, 71.

Place of, in American history, 32.                                   Preachers -

Physiography of, 35.                T                                              Pioneer, 245.

Political significance of, 45.                                              Pre-glacial Man, 472.

Public land policy influenced by, 43.                               Pre-historic village sites, 23.

Tariff on, 43.                                                                      Provincialism -

Washington's interest in, 37.                                                      American, 33.

Ohio Valley Historical Association, ad-                                           Elihu Root, on, 34.

dresses before, 32, 48.                                                           Prof. Royce, on, 32.

Onondaga Council, 151.                                                            Putnam, Rufus, 118, 125.

Ordinance of 1784, 42, 118, 122.                                                      Memorial Association of, 123, 130.

Ordinance of 1787, 42, 122, 127.                                                      Narrative of, 127.

Authorship of, 122.

Owen, Robert, 196.

 

P                        Quebec Act, 467.

 

Paleoliths, 473.                                                R

Peace Movement -

Peace Society, Oberlin, 477.

Randall, E. O.-

Battle of Lake Erie, aid toward, 417.                                        ,.     0.

~Perry, Oliver H.~ -                                           Editorialana, 118, 457, 466, 467, 471,

Perry, Oliver H.-                                                                               474, E.  O.

474, 476, 477.

Battle of Lake Erie, 415.                                                    Revolut     y

Commends officers at Battle of Lake                                       Ofices in, from                  Oo

Eriep~  439. .Officers in, from        Ohio settlements,

Erie, 439.                                  128

Fac-simile of famous dispatch, 437.      kice, William  H.-

Intrepid  bravery  of, 429.

Books by, 134.

Mackensie's appreciation of, 435.              k      , 134.

Sketch of, 133.

Sketch of, 431.                             Sketch of, 133.

Sketch> > orf, 41  -iRichland County, 253.

Perry's Victory Centennial, 311.R

Pickaway County, Centennial Ode to, 109.venues, 220.

Root, Elihu, on provincialism, 34.

Pickering, Timothy, 118.,

Pickering, Timothy, 118.                    Royce, Josiah, on provincialism, 32.

Poetry -

Delaware, in, 62.

Ohio Valley, stock of, 38.                                   S

Pioneer traveling, 2!0.

Pipe's Cliff, 23..                                                                          Sanderson, General George, 241.

Poems on Ohio, 477.                                                                  Sandusky, designation of, 70.

Poetry-                                                                                        Schools -

A  Prophecy, 351.                                                                      Kendal Community, in, 193, 196, 198,

Ballad, "James Bird," 418.                                                          211.

Four Cycles: A Centennial Ode, 109.      Schoolcraft, Indian writings of, 53.



Index

Index.                                    487

 

Scioto River, Indians on, 162.                                                     St. Clair, Arthur, 77, 102, 231.

Logan's residence on, 156.                                                         Expedition of, 237.

Sectionalism, Pro;. Royce, on, 33.                                             Stark County, settlement, 176.

Shamokin, destruction of, 150.                                                   Stanberry, Hon. William, 242.

Shawanese -                                                                                State Sovereignty, 309.

Alliance with Wyandots, 165.                                            Steamboating -

Shikelimus, chief of, 137.                                                           First on Ohio River, 228.

Treaty with, 76.                                                                           "New Orleans," 378.

Village of, 159.                                                                            Ohio River, on, 378.

Shikilimus, 73, 137.                                                                     Stowe, Prof., 271.

Death of, 141.                                                                     Sulphur Spring, Delaware, at, 61.

Ship Canal, Erie-Ohio, 234.                                                       Susquehanna Company, 144.

Site of Fort Gower, 467.

Six Nations, 73.T

Slavery -

Churches' attitude, 275.                                                      Tanacharison, 73.

Freed Negroes, 294.                                                           Tarhe - the Crane, 64.

Fugitives, 270.                                                                             Bibliography of, 64-71.

Mr. Patton frees, 295.                                                                Character of, 69.

Negroes escaping from, 283.                                                    Contract of, 70.

Oberlin's petition against, 288.                                                   Death of, 68.

Oberlin rescue cases, 290.                                                         Ohio residences of, 65, 67.

Ohio's attitude on, 269.                                                      Tariff, Ohio Valley on, 43.

Ordinance of 1784 on, 121.                                               Ilecumseh, 239.

Smith, General Kirby, threatens Cincin-                                          Speech of, on Battle of Lake Erie,

nati, 330.430.

Smucker, Isaac, sketch of, 240.                                                Terminal Moraine, 473.

Society -                                                                                     Territorial dispute, 74.

Changes in Constitution, 346.                                             Territories--Ohio Valley develops idea

Curator's report, 344.                                                                 of, 41.

General Brinkerhoff's identity with,                                 "These are My Jewels," 358.

354, 358, 365.                                                                 Thompson, Will L., 369.

Legislative appropriations for, 338.                                  Thurman, Allen G., 358.

Members present at annual meeting,                               Totem  poles, 55.

335.                                                                                 Treaties -

Museum--                                                                                   Dunmore's Indian, 164.

Building for, 339.                                                               Fort Harmar, 76.

Committee for building, 348.                                            Fort McIntosh, 76.

New Life Members of, 343.                                                     Fort Stanwix, 76.

Perry's Victory Centennial, 341.                                     Treaty of Lancaster, 152.

Publications of, 341.                                                          Treaty of 1783, 75.

Secretary's annual report, 336.

Secretary's itinerary, 341.                                U

Spiegel Grove deeded to, 336.

Standing Committees of, 337.                                          Uncle Tom's Cabin, 232.

Treasurer's Report, 344.                                                   Underground R. R., 282, 283, 364.

Trustees' Annual Meeting, 348.                                                "Felon's Feast" affair, 304.

Trustees appointed for, 342.                                                      Methods of conducting, 291.

Trustees elected for, 347.                                                          Minerva's escape, 291.

Twenty-sixth Annual Meeting of, 335.                                     Oberlin station, 289.

Spiegel Grove--                                                                                 Oberlin-Wellington rescue case, 300.

Andrew Carnegie's interest in, 338.                                         Price's, John, escape, 300.

Normal School is offered, 337.                                        Upper Sandusky-

Society Committee for, 347.                                                    Pomoacan at, 71.

Society rescues, 336.                                                                Tarhe at, 65.



488 Ohio Arch

488          Ohio Arch. and Hist. Society Publications.

 

V                       West, William H.-Concluded.

Early life of, .05.

Varnum, Jacob IP., 68.                                                                      Education of, 405.

Venable, W. H., "A Buckeye Boyhood,"                                          Lawyer, 406.

by, 476.                                                                                   Nominates Blaine for presidency, 411.

Vincennes, Treaty at, 238.                                                                Orator, 406.

Virginia, Land cession of, 119.                                                          Sketch of, 404.

White Sulphur, Ky., Indian School, 52.

Wilderness Trails, 474.

W                       Wisconsin -

Aztalan ruins in, 1.

Wakatomica, 160, 162.                                                                      Culture status of Moundbuilders, 29.

War of 1812-                                                                                      Distribution of mounds in, 24.

Battle of Lake Erie, 415.                                                            Effigy mounds in, 11.

Delaware in, 61.                                                                         Immigration of Moundbuilders, 27.

Harrison, Gen., in, 61.                                                                Intaglio mounds in, 20.

Hull's surrender, 424.                                                                 Linear mounds in, 22.

Ohio in, 61.                                                                                 "Man" mound in, 18.

Punishment for desertion in, 432.                                              Number mounds in, 18, 24.

Washington, George -                                                                        Pre-historic earthworks in, 1.

Character of Ohio colonists, by, 128.                                        Pre-historic village sites in, 23.

Ohio Valley, interest in, 37.                                                       Variety of mounds in, 11.

Western interests, 230.                                                               Worthington, Gov. Thomas, 241.

Western tour, 222.                                                                      Wright, George Frederick -

Wayne, Anthony -                                                                             Address on Gen. BrinKerhoff, 363.

Communication with Tarhe, 66.                                                "The Ice Age in North America," by

Expedition of, 237.                                                                         471.

Weiser, Conrad, 141, 147.                                                                 Wyandots -

Wellington, O., Slave rescue case of, 301.                                       Confederacy of, 72.

Western   Reserve   Historical  Society,                                           Home of, 71.

"Brady's Leap Tract," of, 457.                                              Importance of, 68.

West, William H.-                                                                              Wyoming Valley, Connecticut encroach-

Attorney-General, 406.                      ments in, 144.

Candidate for Governor, 408.

Chicago Convention address, 411.                         Z

Cleveland, O., speech, 409.

Constitutional Convention, 407.        Zeisberger, David, Chief Logan visits.