Ohio History Journal




668 ' Index

668                     '             Index.

 

Trimble, Rachel, donation to Museum,             Westerville, 272.

535.                                                                                   Williams,  Charles   R.,  (Prof.)  edits

Trustees, Society's, 551.                        "Hayes diaries," 518.

Tuscarawas County, 516, 531.                Willoughby, C. C., visits Serpent Mound,

Tuttle, Judson, Asiatic butterfly collec-        534

tion, 535.

U.                       Wilmington, 535.

Wilson, J. A., interest in Logan monu-

Upper Sandusky, Indian Mission at, 535.          ment, 518, 546, 547

W.                       Wilson, Woodrow, autograph-photograph,

537.

Wagner, R. E., 537.                         Wittenberg College, 536.

Walker, William, 511.

Wall,~ W.~ D.,~ 9'21Wittke, Carl, 538.

Walla, W.       D., 521.a             DneS              Wolfe, Charles, donation to Museum, 535.

Wallace,         Guy   and            Denver,          Serpent

e     Guy iand ,  ,S Wood, E. F., 511, 515; report to Society,

Mound custodians, 542.                                   . ,

MoudWar Che st, 272. o 2.                   518-531; Society trustee, 542; 549,

War Chest, 272.

War 1812, monuments marking sites, 513.          550.

Warner, E. F., (Prof.) Ohio history                  Wright Aviation Field, 538.

bulletin by, 517.                                                              Wright, G. Fred, annual address, 511-

Warren County, 512; "Serpent" Mound                                     514; retires from Society Presidency,

in, 513, 522.                                                                                 514; 541, 544, 545; elected President

.~~~Warsaw, 535. Emeritus, 548; 550.

Warsaw 535.

Warther, Ernest, donation to Museunm,

536.

Western College for Women, 536.                  Yellow Springs, 543.

Western Reserve Historical Society, 532.       Young, Mary A., 272, 530.

Western Reserve University, 536.                                            Young Men's Christian Association, 272.

 

 

 

PART II.

(Educational Legislation in Ohio.)

A.                            defectives, dependents and    delin-

quents, 194-197; education of teach-

Abstract, History Education Legislation          quents, 19-197; education of teach-

ers, 197-198; supplemental educa-

in Ohio from   1803-1850: Table of

in* O. fm      tional agencies, 198-211; index edu-

Contents, 5-6; sources Ohio Publictional legislation            21-265  bibliog-

cational legislation, 212-265; bibliog-

School System, 7-23; development of

Public School System, 24-68; School

Lands, 69-92; secondary and higher   "Academic Pioneer, The," 130.

education, 93-119; education defec-   Academies, beginnings of, 11, 12; provi-

tives, dependents and delinquents,                                 sions for support, 93; number, 95;

120-128;  supplemental  educational                             list, prior to 1850, 97-101; state con-

agencies, 134-137; general summary,                                     trol of, 104-105; laws incorporating,

138-142;   educational   legislation,                               153-171; co-education in, 157.

(1803-1850), 143-211; general school                          Adams County, 220, 237, 245, 250.

laws, 143-146; laws concerning public                         Adams, John, 8.

schools, including cities, towns and      Adelphic Society, 210, 245.

school funds, 146-150; laws concern- Addison Library Association, 204, 248.

ing  schools for dependents, 150;         Advertisements, subscription schools, 21-

school land laws, 150-153; acts in-         23.

corporating secondary   institutions,    Agricultural Schools, 113.

153-171; school associations, 171-174;                         Airington Lyceum, 208, 248.

concerning higher institutions, 174-     Akron, 243, 246, 259, 260, 261; school

191; professional education, 191-194;       sentiment, 139.



Index

Index.                                      559

 

Akron Law, 24, 69, 149, 262, 265; provi-                    Athenaeums, 136.

sions of, 64-68.                                                                Atheneum, Literary Society, 243; Library

Akron High School, 162, 245.                      Society, 248; Lyceums, etc., 207-209.

Akron Institute, 168, 256.                   Athenian, Library Society, 204; Literary

Akron Lyceum    and Library Association,           Society, Ohio University, 209.

020, 2*39.                              Athens, 174, 176i, 212, 213, 214, 215, 217,

Akron Medical and Surgical Society, 193.                                219.    (Clermont Co.) 222; College

Akron School District, 248; sources of                                       and     Ohio   University,  107,  244;

revenue and charter granted, 60;                                   County, 201, 231, 232, 239, 241, 248,

organization of schools, 63.                                                       251, 253, 256, 263; Library Society,

Alcoholic Liquors, regulation of, 226.                                                  201, 232; Female Academy, 166, 249.

Aldrich Library Association, 223.            Atwater, Caleb, quoted or referred to, 9;

Alexande, John E, 169.                                              Sketch of, 14; heads committee to

Alexandria Literary Society, 253.                                                        investigate School conditions, 15 1;

Allan, Nehemia, 182.                                                                            school land champion, S3; 135, 235,

Allbach, James R., 271.270.

Allen County, 241, 248, 250, 256, 261.                                      Atwater, Presbyterian Society, 231.

Alma Academy and College, 155, 179, 220,             Atwood, Jonathan, 181.

222, 223.                                                                         Auditor, County, relation to school affairs,

Aloysius Orphans' Society, 253.                                                           etc., 31, 32, 51, 220, 245; State, 220,

Alpha Kappa Society, 248.                                                                   222, 229.

American Lyceum of Education, 131, 197,              Auglaize Seminary, 165, 247.

248.                                                                                 Aurora, Academy, 168; Academical Insti-

American   Western    University, original                               tute, 256; Farmer's and Mechanics'

name for Ohio University, 106; 107,                             Association, 201, 236.

174.                                    Austinburg   Social Library   Association,

Ames Township, 14, 134.                           201.

Amesville, school revenues for, 50.                              B

Anderson, Joseph, 155.                                                               Badger Library Society, 205, 253.

Andover Free Discussion     Library, 202,                 Bailhache, John, 266, 267, 268.

239.                                                                                  Baker, Timothy, 155.

Andrews, Ebenezer, 157.                                                           Baldwin, Colonel, 258.

Andrews, John, 166.                                                                  Baldwin Institute, 169, 259.

Antrim   Philomathean   Literary  Society,                Baptists, Secondary education by, 102; 160,

161, 244.                                                                                    173; Literary   Collegiate  Institute,

Apprentices and Servants, Acts for edu-                                  183-184, 244; Western Education So-

cation of, 196, 213.                                                                    ciety, 211; Society, 217; (Regular)

Armstrong, Harrison, 166.                                                                    225; Convention of Ohio, 2:8S; 239,

Asbury    Seminary, 164, 247.                                                            240, 211. 242, 253, 255, 256.

Ashland, Academy, 164, 247; County, 24,,               Barber, Josiah, 16.

260, 262, 265; Medical and Surgical              Blarger, Jacob, 189.

Society, 261.                                                                   Barlow  Library Society, 2</0, 228.

Ashtabula, Academy, 151, 234; County,                   Barnard, Henry, educational lectures in

157, 159, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205,      Ohio, 36; 270.

207, 217, 230, 232, 234, 238, 239, 240,          Barnesville Male Academy, 164, 251.

241, 242, 244, 246, 250, 251, 253, 262;           Barrows, Henry, 213.

First Regular Baptist Church                           So-         Bartholomew, Moses, 188.

ciety, 239; First Presbyterian                          So-         Bartley, Governor Mordecai, recommends.

ciety, 240; Institute of Science and                               education departments at Miami and

Industry, 104, 157, 232, 240; Library                           Ohio Universities, 132; 169, 220.

Association, 231; Methodist Episcopal            Bascom, Seminary, 165; Society, 248.

Church and Society, 240; Social Li-               Iascom  (State Printer) 270.

hrary Association, 201, 232; Teach-              Batavia Mechanics' Institute, 209.

ers' Institute, 198.                                                           Bath, High School, 166, 251; Township,

Asylum, for    Blind, 255.    (See   Blind         258.

Asylum. Deaf and Dumb).                 Beaver, .yceum, 208, 249; 264.



660 Index

660                                     Index.

 

Beckwith, Asa, 173.                          Boards of Education, provisions for in

Bedford, Library Company, 203, 242; In-                                           Akron Act, 65; authorized to pro-

stitute, 208; Lyceum, 241; Seminary,                                       vide revenue, 67.

167, 255.                               Boards of Examiners, Cincinnati, 61; Mu-

Beecher, Lyman, 130, 197.                          nicipal, 67.

Beecher, Philemon, 155.                      Boardman, Library Society, 198; Literaiy

Beecher, William   H., 160.                        Society, 215.

Belden, Clifford, 160.                                                                  Bottum, William, 168.

Bell, James, 16.                                                                           Bower, Herman, 250.

Bellefontaine, College, 187; Ohio College,                                raceville Library Company, 203.

252.                                                                                  Bradford, T. G., 266.

Bellevue Protestant Episcopal Church, 242.                              Bradley Commercial College, 261.

Belleville, Library Company, 203, 241; 20,                              Brecksville, Academical Association, 172,

225, 248, 259.                                                                             232;  Columbian    Library  Society,

Belmont, Academy, 156, 221; County, 156,                                        200, 229.

164, 215, 221, 227, 230, 257, 259, 262,                          Briggs, Thomas, 160.

264.                                                                                  Brighton, 251; Protestant Methodist Acad-

Belpre, Library at, 134.                           emy of, 166.

Bennett, Sanford T., 163.                                                            Bronson, Samuel L., 167.

Berdan, John, 159.                                                                      Brookfield Social Library   Society, 199,

Berea, Seminary, 161, 244, 250; Society of         224.

United   Christians,  211;  Lyceum,     lBrooklyn, Center Academy, 165, 247; Li-

240; 246.                                                                                     brary Company, 203, 242; Lyceum,

Berkshire, Education Society, 173, 249; 198,                                       208; First Presbyterian Church, 240.

215; Farmers' and Mechanics' So-

Brooks, Boswell, 165.

ciety, etc., 201, 235; First Regular                                 rooks, Bowell, 165.

Baptst Church of Christ, 240.                               Brough, Gov. John, quoted 91, 141.

Baptist Church of Christ, 240.

Brown County, Ripley College in, 112, 180,

Berlin, Union Society, 208, 252; Young                                          1

Men's Lyceum, 254.

Beverly, College, 186, 253, 254.Brown, Hardin, 171

Bible, required in county jails, 127, 197;     rown, Henry    182.

gift to apprentices, 196.Brown, Richard,161,165.

Bibliography, Educational for Ohio, 266-                                 Brown, Samuel, 134, 135.

271; from   secondary sources, 278,                            rownell, F. C., 270.

271.                                                                                 Brownsville   (Pa.), School-lands adver-

Biglow  High School, 164, 247.tised in, 79.

Bingman, Luther G., 181.                                                          Brunswick, 159.

Bishop, Fraternal Calvinistic Baptist Sem-                                 Bryan, A. M., 186.

inary, 104, 159, 240; Samuel G., 159;                           Bryan, Judge, quoted concerning Akron

William, 164.                                 Schools, 64.

Blackett, James, 162.                                                                  Buckingham, Mrs. Eunice, 255.

Blackmar, Frank Wilson, quoted or re-                                     Buckskin Township, 254.

ferred to, 110, 270.                                                         Bucyrus, 250.

Black River Township, 229.                                                       Buffalo Library Society, 199, 225.

Bledsoe, Elbert T., 168.                                                              Buildings for schools, provisions for, 67.

Blendon, Young Men's Seminary, 164, 247;                            Burlington, Academy, 166, 249; Library

Library Society, 203, 243.                                                        Association, 204, 248; First Congre-

Blind, Education of, 123-126, 195-196, 243,                                       gational Church, 231, 232.

251, 252, 253, 255, 257; 265; Asylum                           Burnham, James, 169.

for, 245, 246, 247, 249, 250, 257, 258,                          Burns, J. J., 270.

259, 260, 262, 263.                                                         Burrell, John D., 262; Robbins, 161.

Blocksom, Fisher A., 166.                                                         Burrett, Jacob, 178.

Bloom First Presbyterian Church, 240.                                    Burton, Academy, 96; Village Library So-

Bloomfield  Social Library   Society, 199,                                          ciety, 198; Theological Library So-

223.                                                                                            ciety, 216.



Index

Index.                                     561

 

Butler County, 164; Theological Seminary,    Charity School, Kendall, 127 (See Ken-

Associated Reform   Synod of West,           dall.)

in, 184; 199, 200, 201, 202, 204, 217,  Chase, Philander, President of Kenyon

225, 228, 229, 232, 239, 240, 241, 242,      College, 112; 178; Salmon P., 207.

243, 244, 246, 247, 248, 254, 256, 258,                         Cheney, Charles, 188.

262.                                                                                 Cherry Valley, First Baptist Church, 241.

C                                                     Chester, Academy, 163, 245; 173; Library

Cable, Joseph, 168.                                Association and Company, 200, 227.

Cadiz, Academy, 155, 218, 219, 226; High                              Cheviot Presbyterian Church, 242.

School, 170, 263.                                                            Childs, Jonas, 165.

Caesar's Creek Township, 257.                                                  Chillicothe, founding                    of, 9; sources of

Caldwell, James, 156; Samuel B., 163.                                                school  revenues,              50;   population

Calliopean Society, 209, 210, 242, 254.                                               growth, 59; Academy at, 96, 154, 213,

Calvinism, 160; Book Concern, 255.                                                    237, 257; Lyceum and Mechanical In-

Cambrian Association of Cincinnati, 253.                                            stitute, 207, 239; Female Seminary,

Cambridge, Academy, 162, 245; College,                                          157, 237; 246, 264, 266.

190, 264; 265.                                                                Chinese, education of blind child, 253.

Cameron,          , 267.                                                                Christmas, William, 157.

Campbell, Alexander, 177.                                                       Churches, 213, 230, 255; Baptist, 183-184,

Canaan, Union Academy, 166; Union So-                                           225, 240, 241; [See Catholic] Congre-

ciety, 251.                                                                                  gational, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 236,

Canada Thistle, source of school rev--                                            237, 240, 241; Cumberland    Presby-

enue, 49, 253.                                                                             terian, 186; German    Reformed in

Canal Dover Lyceum, 208.                                                                  Ohio, 183, 184; influence   on   sec-

Canal Fund, 109; loaned to Ohio       Uni-                                            ondary education, 102-103; on col-

versity, 176; Commissioners of, 246.                                       leges  and   universities,  112;  Lu-

Canton, Samuel Lewis at, 19; growth ot,                                              theran, 1S8, 190, 230, 23S; Methodist,

58; Academy, 157, 234, 237; Male                                          230, 40, 21; Methodist Protestant,

Seminary, 166; Literary, Historical                                         236, 190; "New Church," 191; Pres-

and   Philosophical   Society,   208;                                          byterian, 231, 234, 236, 237, 240-241;

Methodist Episcopal Church, 242; 171,                                     Protestant Episcopal, 196, 222, 223,

245.                                                                                             239;  Reformed    Presbyterian, 190;

Capital University, 106, 190, 264.                                                         United Brethren, 189, 214; Univer-

Capitol Library  Society, 201, 232.                                                       salists, 240, 241; corporations of with

Carr, Henry, 159.                                                                                  educational functions, acts concern-

Carroll County, 161, 172, 206, 236, 238, 242,                                      ing, 23!, 240; index to acts, 242, 246,

243, 244, 249, 254, 256, 259, 261.                                             250, Growth of, 58.

Carrollton Presbyterian Church, 242.         Cincinnati, 9, 15, 17; School Charter for,

Carey, John, 167.                                                                                   60; organization of public schools,

Carlisle, 205, 249.                                                                                  60-61; pioneer in municipal school

Carpenter, E. G., 166.                                                                            organization, 67; Cleveland system

Cass, 205, 253.                                                                                       of schools similar to, 62; Dayton

Catholics, secondary education by, 102;                                              and Columbus school systems mod-

build orphan asylum, 127; 256, 264.                                         eled after, 63; first high school in,

Central College of Ohio, 184, 251.                                                        95; Academy of Fine Arts, 137, 210,

Certification of Teachers provided, 54-55.                                           226, 232, 249; Congregational Church,

Chaddock, Robert E., quoted or referred                                              230; 148, 150, 156, 160, 171; Circulat-

to, 10, 103, 270.                                                                          ing  Library  Society, 168, 198, 215,

Chagrin Falls, sources of school revenue,                                             216, 219, 255, 261; American Lyceum

50; 164, 172; Mechanics Library As-                                       of Education, 131, 197; 211, 211, 227,

sociation, 205, 251; 245, 247, 254, 260.                                    232, 237, 239; Astronomical Society,

Chalfert, Robert, 169.                                                                             137, 211, 254; 255; College Dental

Chambers, --    -, 266.                                                                            Surgery, 193, 218, 255, 258; College

Champaign County, 204, 216, 237, 248, 252;                                       of Pharmacy, 194, 264; 270, 271; Law

Library Association, 254; 263.                                                  Department of College, 116, 194; 240;

Champeon Library Association, 205.                                                   E!ectic Academy of Music, 137, 210;

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662 Ilndex

662                                      Ilndex.

 

Cincinnati - Concluded.                       (leveland - Concluded.

Electic Academy of Medicine, 240;                                          uel Lewis visits, 19; school charter

educational meetings in, 12S; First                                             for, 60; school sentiment in, 139;

Ohio Medical College, 114; General                                          Western Reserve Medical College in,

Library Association, 206, 256; House                                        180.

of Correction, 128, 197; Lancastrian                              Cieves, Independent School in, 161, 242.

Seminary, 154, 21(; Land District,                                 Clinton County, 262.

176, 177; Lane Seminary, 180; Law                              Coal Township, 262.

Library, 202, 239; Literary and Bo-                              Cochran, Robert, 167, 1G8.

tanical Medical College of Ohio, at,                               Coffing, John C., 232.

192; Literary Society, 207, 236; Lu-                              Colleges, of Teachers organized, 18; leg-

natic Asylum, 191; Lyceum, 207, 232;                                    islative grants to, 112; provision for

Methodist lemale Collegiate Insti-                                             sepport, 93; established    in  Ohio,

tute at, 1SO; Medical Academy, 116,                                       prior to 1850, 106, 117; societies of,

192, 226; Medical College, 116; Med-                                      13; acts concerning, 174-191; Dental

ical Institute, 193, 256, 263; Medical                                         Surgery, 193, 255; and Literary In-

Society, 237; Nlew Jerusalem Church,                                     stitutions, 271; and Societies, Fra-

School Association, 173, 249; Ohio                                           ternities, etc., acts concerning, 209-

Mechanics' Institute, 136; Ohio Med-                                       215.

ical College, 191; Ohio Medical Ly-      Collins, Rev. John, 16; Joseph S. and

ceum, 19'-; Orphan Society, 127, 196,          Co., 266.

236; Orphan Society for colored chil-    Columbia, Library Society, 199, 224; Uni-

dren, 197; Philosophical Library As-          versity, 271.

sociation,  22:5,  254;  St.  AloysiLs                               Columbian Association, Cincinnati, 211.

Asylum, 197; St. Xavier College, 184;                          Columbiana   County, 161, 166, 19, 199,

school sentiment in, 139; University                                         223, 212, 236, 239, 240, 241 242, 244,

of, 106, 178, 213; Western Female Col-                                   247, 248, 249, 250, 252, 253, 254, 25,

lege, 18(j-187; Wesleyan lFmale Col-                                     262, 264, 265.

lege, 258; Young     Men's   Catholic    Columbus,    Samel    Lewis    visits,  19;

Association, 264; Young Men's Li-                                           ounty supervision provided in ad-

brary Association, 244; Young Men's                                       jacet counties, 36; growth of, 5s;

Mercantile and Library Association,                                        school charter for, 60; organization

203, 241; 243; 245, 246, 247, 248, 249,                                    of school system   in, 63; Dr. S. G.

251, 232, 253, 259, 261, 263.                                                    Hlowe   visits in interest of blind

Circleville, Academy, 156; Atheneum, 207;                                        education, 124; (rphan Asylum, 127;

239; Female Seminary, 159, 210.                                             State             Library      at, 135; 149; WIl-

Cist, Charles, quoted or referred to, 9,                                                  loughby        Medical     School at, 183;

270.                                                                                             Starling         Medical College   in, 193;

Cities, general laws for schools, in, 63;                                                 Illind Asylum   established in, 195-

Akron    plan   for,  64-6S;   village                                            196; 201, 228, 232, 255, 261, 262, 26Li,

schools, 58-68; City of Ohio, 243.                                              267, 268, 269, 270; Academical and

Clark County, 158, 170, 185, 205, 206, 219,                                          Collegiate  Institute, 168, 256; Art

239, 247, 256, 260, 263.                                                             Union, 137, 211, 263; Female Acad-

Clark, Robert & Co., 270, 271.                                                              emy, 156; Female Benevolent So-

Clarksfitid Iibrary Society, 201, 234.                                                    ciety, 197, 215; Deaf and      Dumb

Clermont County, 169, 171, 201, 221, 222,                                           Asylum, 121, 125, 198, 195; Literary

223, 227, 229, 230, 231, 233, 234, 250,                                     Lyceum, 208, 249; Literary Scientific

259, 261.                                                                                     Institute, 208, 244; Presbytery, 172,

Cleveland, 9, 148, 243, 257, 259, 261; Acad-                                       228.

emy of Natural Sciences, 137, 248,                             Commercial Hospital, Ohio, 191, 246.

211; growth of, 58; Female Orphan                               Commissioner of Schools, 253.

Society, 197, 244; Female Seminary,                           Common    Schools, First Report of, 20;

162, 244; Library Association, 206,                                          Methods of support, 38; donation to,

1il; Library Company, 201, 236; Ly-                                       187; 246; funds of, 253; 255, 258,

ceum, 207, 237; Orphan Asylum, 127;                                     20C, 26, 263; Trustees and visitors

organization of schools in, 62; Sam-                                          of, 243.



Index

Index.                                       563

 

Congregational Church, 64, 230, 231, 232,      Cuyahoga County, 160, 161, 165, 167, 172,

233, 234, 236, 237, 240, 211, 242.                                             198, 199, 200, 201, 203, 205, 208, 216,

Congress, policy    of  relative  to  school                                 225, 228, 229, 232, 237, 240, 241, 242,

lands, 77; Ohio petitions for sale of                               243, 244, 245, 246,'247, 249, 250, 251,

school lands, 85, 86, 87; petitioned                                254, 255, 258.

for land grant for Deaf and Dumb         Cuyahoga Falls, Lyceum, 208, 240; Insti-

School, 122, 194, 195; 235; school             tute, 247.

lands petitioned   for and    granted,                        D

213, 214, 222; memorialized for uni-        Dane Law    Lilrary, 201, 236.

versities, 228; 238.                                                           Darby Creek Lyceum     and Library Asso-

Congress Lands, 16; school reservations                                   ciation, 203, 243.

in, 72, 74; method of survey, 73.         Darke                County, 237, 241, 244, 250, 253;

Conneaut, 239; Academy, 159, 240; Ly-                                 Lib'ary  Society, 201; Medical So-

ceum, 208, 247; Baptist Church and                              ciety, and School, 193, 263; Society,

Society, 239.                                                                               234.

Connecticut Reserve    (See Western     Re-        Darrtown Library Company, 202, 240.

serve), 16, 76, 220, 226, 231, 232, 260;    Dart, Ashbell, 159.

school land for, 258.                                  Davis, Louis, 189.

Constitution (Ohio) educational provisions           Dayton, 148, 168, 250, 256, 258; Academy,

for, 7, 93.                                                                                    96, 154, 213, 217, 218; Female Associa-

Contracts, Teachers', 22, 23.                                                     tion for Benefit of Orphans, 197, 254;

Converse, J. P., 164.                                                                   German    Reformed     Church,    242;

Coon-skint Library, 134-135.                                                     growth of, 58; Library, 199, 224; Li-

Cooper Female Academy, 168, 256.                                                    brary  Society, 134, 198, 212; Me-

Corwin Literary Institute, 209, 256.                                                      chanics' Institute, 209, 247; organiza-

Corwin, Thomas, 167.                                                                tion of school system, 63; Orphan

Coshocton, County, 167, 206, 240, 254; Li-                             Asylum   in, 127; school charter for,

brary Association, 202.                                                  60.

Cotgreve, \William           W., 218, 222, 224.

Cotgreve, William            XV., 218, 222, 224.        Deaf and Dumb, 257, 262, 265; Asylum,

Cottage Hill Academy, 168, 256.

Cottage Hill Academy, 168, 256.                                                          120, 196, 227, 228, 231, 233, 235, 237,

County, Auditor of, reports number blind                                238, 239, 240, 241, 243, 244, 245, 246

people, and acts as superintendent

people, and   acts as superintendent           9247, 249, 250, 251, 253, 255, 257, 258,

of schools, 34; relation to school ai-

of schools, 34; relation to school af-                             259, 260, 263: education of, 120-123,

fairs provided, 31; commissioner's,                             19   5             2   53; provisions

194-195. 224, 251, 252, 253; provisions

power to    lease  school lands. 81;

194; supervision   of schools, 33, 36,              -

50, 259; School Examiners, 50, 54;       Defectives, acts concerning, 194-197; pro-

taxes levied for schools in, 44; rela-         visions for, 220, 221.

tion to school organization, 38.          Defiance, County   of, 170, 259, 261, 264;

Courts, common               pleas, appoints              school                      Female Seminary, 170, 264; Literary

examiners,           31,  34;  leases              school                      Lyceum, 208, 252.

lands, 81; 84, 155, 194; Supreme, 155.    Delaware, Academy, 157, 232; Library As-

Cowles, Giles, 157.                                                                                 sociation, 202, 240; Ohio Wesleyan

Crawford County, 241, 243, 244, 250, 251,                              University at, 185.

254, 258. 261.                           Delaware County, 173, 198, 200, 201, 202,

Cressy, Mary, 197.                                                                                203, 208, 215, 227, 235, 244, 248, 249,

Cumberland Presbyterians, 186.                                                          254, 256.

Curriculum, in schools, 55; in Cincinnati,             Delhi Township, 264.

61.                                                                                   Delinquents, education of, 127, 197.

Curtis, Hosmer, 158.                                              Denison University, 106, 181-182.

Cutler, Ephraim, sketch of, 14; 16; atti-                Dependents, education     of, 126-127, 150,

tude on taxation for schools, 17, IS;          196-197.

23, 135, 253, 270.                                       Dering, ---     , 266.

Cutler,  Julia  Perkins, 270;    Manasseh,              Dewey, Jonathan, 170.

secures land   grants for education,          Diagram, showing     method    of  Survey,

13; 14, 135.                                   Ohio lands, 71.



564 Index

564                                     Index.

 

District School, Libraries for, 135; pro-     Education - Concluded.

vision for organization, 31.                                                       256, 258, 259, 261, 262-263, 241; Socie-

Districts, school in Cincinnati, 61; unit                                                 ties of, list, 137.

for school organization, 25, 38.                                     Eibert, Henry, 171.

Doan, Guy XW., 159.                                                              Elder, James, 229.

Doan, Guy W., 159.

Dolbee, S. S., 268.                           Eldridge Library Association, 19)9.

Dolbee, S. S., 268.

.,Donaldson,- ----        referred to, 13.       Elizabeth, Social Library Society, etc., 199,

Donaldson, ----                   , referred to, 13.                   o

Donaldson, T., 73, 270.                             2, 2     247.

Donaldsville (Donnelsville) Library Asso-                              Elliott Female Seminary, 170, 204.

ciation, 205, 206, 251, 256.                                            Elliott, Hugh, 170.

l)over, 245; Academy, 163, 245; Library                               Ellsworth, William, 164, 168.

Association, 201, 205, 251; Library                              Ely, Heman, 156.

Society, 231; Lyceum, 245.                                          Elyria, 149, 205, 258; first high school in

Dresden, 226, 250; Library     Association,         state, 95, 156, 230; Lyceum, 207, 239.

200; Literary Society, 229.              English, teaching of, 67; education in, de-

Dudley Medical University, 193, 254.                fined, 95.

English Lutheran Theological and Colle-

E                              giate Institute, 254.

Episcopal Church of United Brethren,

Earl, Thomas, 167.                                  214.

East, 'Ihe, influence on Ohio education                                    Episcopal Seminary, 223.

11.                                                                                   Erie, county of, 50, 198, 255, 259; Anti-

Eaton, 215; Academy, 163, 245; Library                                            quarian  Society, 256; Literary So-

Society, 198, 216; Medical Society,                                         ciety, 96, 154, 212, 213, 221.

192, 251; Township of, 257.                                           Erodelphian Society, 136, 209, 232, 254.

Electic Medical Institute, 193, 263.                                           Euclid Library Society, 198, 216.

Eddy, Ira, 162.                                                                           Evangelical Congregation, 166.

Eden Library Association, 202-236.                                         Evarts, Timothy, 248.

Edgarton (Mass.), 14.          Evening Schools, suggested, 33; provisions

Edinburgh, 162; Academy, 162, 166, 245;             for, 63.

College, 198, 249, 261.                                                  Everhart, Jacob, 17

Education, acts concerning professional,                                  Examiners, county board of, 31, 36.

191-194; concerning   defectives, de-                           Eyles, William, 159.

pendents and delinquents, 194-197;

acts of concerning teachers, 197-198;                        F

acts concerning supplementary agen-

cies, 198; bibliography  of, 266-271;    Fairfield, County, 202, 217, 218, 220, 224,

history of Legislation pertaining to,                                           230, 237, 244, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259,

in Ohio, 1-271; index to resolutions                                           261; Social Library Association, 204,

concerning, 247, 249, 250, 251, 252,                                        247; Social Library Society, 199, 223;

253, 255, 257, 258, 259-260, 261, 263,                                      Township, 228.

2Fair Mound, 197.

265; of the blind, 123-126, 195-196;                              Fair Mound, 197.

for deaf and dumb, 194-195; medical,                          Farewell, Robert, 167.

acts concerning, 191-194; of defec-                              Farmers',   College,  113,  188;   library

tives, 120-126, 194-196; of delinquents,                                    (Belpre) 134; Library Company, 201,

127, 197; of dependents, 126-127, 196-                                     235; and Mechanics' Institute, 248;

197; legislation for, 142; societies or-                                        and Mechanics' Library Association,

ganized   for, 102; secondary, 142;                                           256.

supplementary agencies of, 134-137;      Farmington, Academy, 157, 234; College,

Journal of first in North West, 130;          263; Normal School, 132, 198.

index to, laws for prior to 1850, 212-                             Farnsworth, Oliver, 271.

265; Educational and    Literary  so-                              Falmouth (Mass.), 15.

cieties, index to, 240; Educational                                  Fayette County, 199, 262.

and Literary Institutions, index to                                   Fearing, Library Society, 198; Religious

laws of, 238-239; 241-242; 243-244, 245,      Society, 215.

247, 248, 249-250, 251, 252-253, 254, 255-  Federal Creek, 134.



Index

Index.                                     565

 

Felicity Female Seminary, 169, 261.                              G

Fellenburgh  Institute, 104, 159, 240.       Gallia, Academy, 154, 214, 227; County of,

Feller, John, relief of, 244.                                                                     158, 170, 208, 216, 217, 219, 222, 230,

Female ~Education, 255.                                                                     233, 239, 243, 244, 251, 254, 257, 258,

Findlay, Academical Institute, 168, 256;                                               259, 263, 264.

Literary Lyceum, 251; Township, 257.                        allipolis, 227, 246, 254; Erodelphian So-

Fines, source of school revenues, 48-49.                                               ciety, 208; Lyceum, 208, 240; settle-

First Free Church, 230.                                                                           ment of, 10.

First Lutheran Church, 230.Galloway, J. S., 170.

First Mechanics' Lyceum, 245.Gano, J. S                    178

First Moral Library Association, 205.                                        Gardner, James B., 268, 270.

First School law, 24.                                                                    Geauga County, 163, 164, 172, 198, 200, 202,

First Universalist Religious Society. 247.         204, 216, 227, 231, 239, 241; First Con-

Fitch (ville) Library Society, 202, 237.gregational Society of, 242; Second

Florence Academy of Arts and Science,                                             Baptist Church and Society, 242; 243,

155, 21S.                                                                                      245, 247.

Fogle, William, 166.                          General Assembly, committee to report

Foote, John P., 130.                               School Code, 14.

Fordyce, John, 190.                          General Educational Laws, 24; based on

Forrer, Samuel, 168.                               "Akron Act", 66-68.

Ft. Meigs University, 187, 256.                                                  Geneva Hall, 190, 264.

Fraisure, James, relief of, 223.                                                 Geological Group, members of, 246; Sur-

* Frampton, Elijah, 166.                             vey, 243, 246.

France, 257.                                                                                George, Thomas, 158; William, 215.

Franklin, Academy, 155, 167, 221, 254;                                   German, language permissible in schools,

College, 112; legislative  acts con-                                           55-56;  schools  in  Cincinnati, 61;

cerning, 179-180; 209, 239, 241, 242.                                      teaching of, 67; School Report in,

Franklin County, 203, 223, 241, 243, 249;                                             229.

Institute  (Portsmouth), 208, 249;      Germans, influx    of, to  Ohio, 10; in

First Congregational Church, 236;                                             "Seven Ranges," 10; among early

Library  Association, 202, 204, 205,                                         Ohio settlers, 11.

237, 247, 249; Library Company, 199,    German Catholic Library Association, 206,

224; Library Society, 205, 249; Lit-         256.

erary Society, 208, 248; Scientific and                         Germania College, 185-186, 252.

Rhetorical Literary Society, 209, 243;                          German Lutheran Seminary, 172, 238, 253;

Society (Granville College), 22.                                               Synod of Ohio, 253.

German       Reform   Church, 242; Synod of

Franklinton, 223; Frederickstown LibraryTheological Seminary, 183.

Society, 199, 200, 23, 2.                                   Ohio, 243; Theological Seminary, 183.

Society, 199, 200, 223, 227.                                                               Township, 259.

German Township, 259.

Freedom First Congregational Society, 236.    Gideon,         , reprints   Journals  of

Fredonia Social Library Association, 204,          Congress, 4, 270.

247.                                                                                 Gillette, Isaac, 172.

Freeman's Almanac, 15, 271.                                                   Giltruth, James, 161.

Free Will Baptist Society, 239, 242.                                          Glezen, Shepherd, 270.

Goode, Burrell, 167.

Free Public schools, provided in Akron       Gorm    , Isaa     , 172.

Gorman, Isaac M., 172.

Act, 66; 67.                                                                     Goshen School Association, 171, 226.

Fremont, 264.                                                                             Grace Church, 242.

French, among first Ohio settlers, 10.                                      Graham, A. A., referred to, 69, 73, 271.

Friends, Society of, 150, 165.                                                   Grammar Schools, provided in       "Akron

Fuller, Jeremiah, 156.                             Law," 65; "Free", 95.

Fullerton, Hugh S.                                                                      Grand River Institute, 104, 157, 240.

Fulton, 149, 239, 246, 264; Mechanics Asso-                           Granger Library Association, 204, 245.

ciation, 209, 252; sources of school                              Granville, 210; Academy, 160, 242; Alex-

revenue for, 50.                             andrian Society, 195, 205, 206, 251,



566 Index

566                                     Index.

 

Granville - Concluded.                                                              Hardin County, 244, 263.

255; College (See Denison Univer-                              Harkwell, Joshua, 174.

sity), 210, 252; Female Seminary, 159,                        Harlem Library Association, 206, 256.

240; First Congregational or Presby-                            Harmar, 247;     First  Universalian   Re-

terian Church Society, 237; Library,                                         ligious Society, 204; Lyceum, 208,

200, 228; Literary and Theological                                           248.

Institution  (See  Denison  Univer-     Harmony, Library Company, 199, 202, 239;

slty), 106, 209, 234, 239, 242, 254, 255;    Library Society, 224.

Religious and Literary Society, 214.                             Harper, James A., 171.

Gratis Township, 260.                                                                Harpersfield, 171, .198, 216, 218.

Greene County, 200, 217, 219, 226, 236;                                  Harris Library Association, 243.

German Reform Church in, 242; 247,                          Harris, Rev. Thaddeus, 135.

248, 249, 255, 257, 258, 259, 261, 265.                         Harrison County, 155, 218, 220, 226, 241,

Greene Township, 264; Farmers' and Me-                                           242, 248, 253, 259, 260, 261, 263; Alma

chanics Institute, 209.                                                                 College in, 177; Franklin    College

Greene Social Library, 200, 227.                                                          in, 112, 180; Judson College in, 188;

Greenfield Institute, 165, 248; Seminary,                                             Muhlenberg College in, 188.

262.                                    ITarrisville, First Congregational Society,

Greenville Library Association, 203, 242;          240.

Treaty Line, 77, 157.                                                     llarrodsburg (Ky.), 130.

Guernsey County, 161, 162, 199; Library                                Hartford, High School, 171, 264; Library

and  Reading   Room, 201, 234; 217,           Society, 200, 226.

224, 225, 229, 234, 237, 239, 243, 244,  Harveysburg High School Company, 173,

245, 247, 264, 265.                           247.

Guilford, 202, 237; Lyceum, 207, 239.                                    laskell, C. N., 169.

Guilford, Nathan, sketch of, 14, 15; 16;                                    Havriss, Luther, 155.

part taken in enacting school laws,                                Hawley, Timothy, 171.

of 1825, 16-18; 130.                                                       Hayden, -        , 154.

Gundy, Bacon, Cincinnati, 261.                                                Hayes, Seth, 171.

Gustavus Center, Academy, and Library                                Ilayesville, 258; Library Association, 234.

Company, 166, 202, 239.                                               Hedges, Elizer, 159.

Helson Presbyterian Church, 242.

H                        Henry County, 251.

High Falls Primary Institute, 172.

Hackett, George, 189.                         Highland, Association, 241; County, 156,

Halleck, John K., 164.

Halleck, John K., 164.                             228; Library Association, 203.

Halliday, Samuel, 165.

Halliday, Smuel, 165.             High Schools, recommended, 33; provided

Hamilton, County of, 154, 161, 198, 199,                                            in  Cleveland, 62; Elyria, in, 95;

200, 205, 209, 213, 217, 222, 228, 232,                                     Woodward, 95; character of, 95;

234, 239, 242, 244, 246, 248, 252, 254,                                     number incorporated, 96; laws in

256, 258, 259, 261, 262, 264; Cincin-                                       orpring, 1

nati Medical Academy in, 192; Far-                                        corporn       15-171

Hill, John A., 171.

mers' College in, 113, 188, 258, 259;   Hillbo     Hiborough), 167, 22; Aad

Hillsboro (Hillsborough), 167, 252; Acad-

Lane   Seminary, 180; Medical Col-

emy, 156, 228, 263.

lege, 115; Mt. Washington College,            ley Socil lbrary C         y,

Hinchley Social Library Company, 202.

189; Newton College, 189; Deaf and                            Hinsdle, A    ,

Dumb Asylum      revenue from, 122,                         Hinale, B. A., referred to, 9, 13, 270,

Hinsdale, B. A., referred to, 9, 13, 270,

195; John, 188; and    Rossville  Fe-                                           271.

male Academy, 159, 240, and Ross-                            ramCollege, 106

ville Library Society, 201.                                             Historical and  Philosophical Society   of

Hammer, Jacob, 237.                                Ohio, 137, 210, 232.

Hancock County, 168, 237, 250, 251, 253,                               "Historical Sketches of Ohio," 21, 22.

254, 256, 257, 263.                                                         Historical Society of Ohio, 210, 220.

Handel Society, 210, 254.                                                         History Educational legislation in Ohio,

Hanover, 149, 265; Social Library Associa-         143-271.

tion, 256.                              Hitchcock, H. L., 184.



Index

Index.                                     567

 

Hocking County, 247, 254, 255.                                   J.

Hoge, Rev. James, 16, 156.

Hoge, Rev. James, 16, 156.                   Jackson County, 242, 247, 251.

Holbrook, David, 249.

Holbrook, David ,      149.                  Jackson, John E., 165, 168.

Holcomb, Samuel B., 158.                             ,                          ,

Holly, E. II., 167; John M., relief of, 232. Jacksole, 2              18

Holmes County, 208, 247, 252, 256, 262.                  Jamestown i   te        ci

hoover, IsaacT 164.                                                      Jamestown Literary Society, 208, 249.

Hoover, Isaac, 164.

Hopewell Library   C ompany  203, 24.        Jefferson County, 158, 208, 230, 233, 236,

Hopewell Library Company, 203, 242.

239, 240, 242, 244, 247, 248, 252, 258,

Houston, Andrew, 156.                                                                                                    263.

Howe, Captain ---                          , Pioneer Akron               , 2           .

Teacherai 64- Hery          271-,  Dr. k. (    Jefferson, First Presbyterian Church, 241;

Teacher, 64; Henry, 271; Dr. S. G.,

,  ,  ,  r  . G,                      Judson College at, 188; Muhlenberg

reports on education of Blind, 123,                Colege at, 188

College at, 188.

244; visits Columbus, 124; Legisla-

244; visits Columbus, 124; Legisla-   Jefferson Library Association, 205, 253.

ture  thanks for                  work       done       the

ture  t s  fr    wk           de           te     Jefferson Literary Society, 209, 242.

Blind, 196.

~Blai~nd, 196.                                      Jefferson School Association, 171, 221.

Howell, Andrew, 155.                                                               Jefferson, Thomas, influence     on   Ohio

Hoyle, John Benjamin, 165.                         School Laws, 8.

Hubbard, Library Company, 199, 226; Mat-            Jefferson Township, 253, 260, 262.

thew, 157.                                                                       Jennings, Rev. I., promoter Akron sys-

Hubbell, H. M., 168.                              tem of schools, 64.

Hudson, 180, 255; David, 154; First Cal-     Jernegan, ----, quoted, 13.

vinistic Congregational Society at,   Johnson, James, 170.

234.                                                                                 Johnson, Wesley, 257.

Hughing, J., 168.                                                                        Johnstown Lyceum, 208, 247.

Hunterion Society, 210, 256.                                      Jordan, John, 218.

Journals of American Congress, quoted,

Huron County, 155, 163, 165, 168, 183, 184,    ournals of Amercan    Congress, quoted,

150.

199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 218, 221,  Judso                          College, incorporated, 188-189.

223, 228, 232, 237, 239, 240, 241, 242, Judso                           olo

Judson, Colonel, 263.

244, 245, 247, 248, 259; sources of

school revenue for, 50.

K.

Huron Institute, 104, 157, 234.

Kalida Lyceum   and Library Association,

I                             204, 248.

Keene Academy, 167, 254.

Immigrants' Friends Society, 150, 245.                     Keil, William Godfrey, 187.

Indians, boundary    line  of lands, 77;         Kendall Charity School, 127, 150, 223, 223,

Christian, 76; land titles in Ohio, 72;                              229, 231, 239, 241, 246, 251, 258, 260,

land titles extinguished in Western                  264, 265.

Reserve, 85; no     reservation  for   Kendall Social Library, 199, 222.

education  in  lands held    by, 13;    Kentucky, early interest in free schools,

school lands acquired        from, 246;          15; 130.

support for the    children  of, 126,   Kenyon   College, establishment of, 106;

196, 219, 20, 221.                                                           Congressional help solicited, 112; Philo-

'Indigent pupils, provisions for, in Zanes-                   mathesian   Society  of, 136; legis-

ville schools, 62.                                                                         lative acts concerning, 179; 209, 226,

Individuals, relief for dependent, 196.

Keys, William, 156.

"Institutes," 136; laws incorporating, 153-

"Kilbourne, James, 154, 177.

171;  name    given   to   secondary Killinglyea       154   17

schools, 95-96; for teachers, 131.                   llng, Rufs, 271.

King, Rufus, 271.

Intoxicating liquors, 258, 260.                                     Kingston, Township of, 209; 263, 264.

Introduction, "History Educational Leg-     Kingsville High School, 159.

islation," 1-4.                                                                  Kinsman Academy, 157, 166, 234.

Iowa, 130.                                                                                  Kinsman, John, 166.

Irish, settle in "Seven Ranges," 10.                              Kirkbridge, David, 173.



568 Index

568                                   Index.

 

Kirtland, First  Congregational Church      Legislation, granting town right to sup-

of, 241.                                                                                          port  schools,  60;  pertaining  to

Kleeman, Ives, 174.                                                                school lands, 17, 69, 89; importance

Knight, e. W., 271.                                                                                   of study of, 1; concerning medical

Knox County, 164, 19, 205, 223, 248, 20,                                               colleges, 115; early efforts to estab-

K~nox County, 164, 199, 205, 223, 248, 250, ^ ^^ ^ ^,,^

lish school system, 17; appropriates

5nox School C6ompany, 230, 25; changed                                         revenue for education of Deaf and

tnox          School Company, 230.                                                           Dumb, 123; petitioned to establish

to, Knoxville School Company, 261.Blind, 125; appropriating

school for Blind, 125; appropriating

Knoxville First Presbyterian Church, 242.                                             funds for education of dependents,

Krehbiel, C. J., 271.                                                                                 16, 150 for education of teachers,

191-194, 197-198; appropriations  to

~~~~L. '~Franklin and Ripley Colleges, 180;

LaFayette University, 185, 251.                                                            for Ohio University, 175, 176; con-

La Grange Library Association, 202, 239,                                            cerning education, defectives, de-

242.                                                                                              pendents, and delinquents, 194-197;

Lake County, Teachers' Institute, 198;                                                  abstract of, for education, 143-211;

258.                                                                                              concerning local school funds, 149-

Lake Erie, Willoughby     University  at,                                               150; supplementary educational agen-

182; 259.                                                                                      cies, 198-211; index to laws enacted

Lancaster, 149, 252, 257, 260, 261, 265;                                               prior to 1850, 212-266.

Academv, 155, 219; Harmonic So-                               Leist, Jacob, 185.

ciety, 137, 210, 231; Library Asso-                               Lemon, Darius, 157.

ciation, 202, 237.                                                             Lenox Library Association, 204.

Lancastrian Seminary, 154.                                                       Lewis, Samuel, 11; sketch of, 14, 15; 16;

Lands, Ohio laws on, 4; granted for                                                      great work for Ohio schools, 18-21;

schools, 25, 26, 69-92, 140; Ordi-                                              26; First school report of, 29; ap-

nance of 1785, 73-74; for colleges,                                           pointed  State  Superintendent of

107; management of "University,"                                           schools, 32; third annual report of,

108-111;  school, laws  concerning,                                          35; advocates county   supervision,

150-153; for Ohio University, 174-                                           38; success as state superintendent,

175; Miami University, 176; congress                                      51; report on township supervision,

petitioned  for lands for Kenyon                                               52, 53; on length of school year,

College, 179; Taxed, 220, 221, 222;                                          56; on city and village schools, 58,

for education, 239; survey of, 72.                                             59;  recommendations    concerning

Lane   Seminary, established, 106; 228;                                               lease of school lands, 89; on second-

Legislation for, 180-181; 245.                                                   ary education, 93-94; on training of

Lanning Company, 266.                                                                        teachers, 129; recommendations of

Lapham, Jonathan, 166.                                                                        Ohio school system, 138; 139, 140;

Larkin, Abel, 155.                                                                                  annual report of, 270; 271; on school

Latimer, Pickett, 163.                                                                            rates, 39.

Latin Grammar School, supplanted, 11.                                   Lewis, Wm. G., 15, 18, 19, 20, 271.

Laws, establishing   school districts in                                       Lexington Union Library Society, 199,

survey townships, 143; general for          226

schools, 143-146; special for schools,  Libraries, school, 33; Liberty  Library

146; special for municipal schools,                                           Society  199  225- 134-136; act for

148-149;  concerning  school lands,                                         incorporation, 154; associations for,

150-153; incorporating secondary in-                                      255 257

stitutions, 153-171.

Lawrence County, 166, 204, 227, 249, 248,   Licking County, 198, 200, 201, 204, 208,

250, 263.                                                                                    213, 228, 237, 242; Teachers' Insti-

Lebanon, 149, 260; Academy, 166, 167,                                             tute, 197, 244; 247, 252, 253, 254, 256.

253, 254; Library Society, 198, 215;                            Lincoln County, 225.

Mechanics' Institute, 209, 244; Med-                            Linton Library Association, 206, 256.

ical Society, 192, 245.                                                   Litchfield, Lyceum and Society, 208, 244;

Legal Education, acts concerning, 116,                                               Academic   Institution, 240;  First

194.                                                                                            Congregational Society, 240.



Index

Index.                                     569

 

Literary Societies, 136, 163, 217, 255; and                               M)cMullen, James, relief of, 230.

Botanical College of Ohio, 192, 247;                             McNaughton, U., 161.

and Philosophical, 245, 248.

Lithopolis, 149; Academy, 165, 247; 261.                         M.

Little, Jacob, 160.                          Madison, 171, 218; College, 161, 232; Madi-

Little Sandy, 199, 224.                                                                            son County, 169, 201, 206, 235, 256,

Liverpool, Seminary, 169, 258; 264.                                                     260; Education   Society, 174, 25S;

Logan, College, 184, 245; County of, 169,                                            First Baptist Church, 242; Liberal

170, 190, 226, 241, 243, 244, 261, 264.                                     Institute, 160, 242; Library                     Asso-

London, Academy, 169, 256; Library So-                                           ciation,  200, 228;  Social                        Library

ciety, 201, 235.                                                                           Company, 200, 227.

Long Run Presbyterian Church, 239.                                        Mahoning County, 264.

Lorain, County, 161; Institute, 167; 198,                                   Malta, Lyceum, 208, 247.

199; Library Society, 200; 202, 203,                            Mann, educational work in Massachusetts,

21J5, 208, 224, 226, 229, 230, 239, 240.     20, 140.

242, 249, 254, 256, 257, 258.                                         Mann, Reuben P., 163.

Lord, Richard, 164.                                                                    Manning, James, 190.

Losantiville, 9.   Mansfield, 155, 159; Academical Institute,

Lotteries,  used   for  educational   pur                                                  169, 259; Female Seminary, 170, 263;

poses, 175, 178.                                                                          219, 221; High School, 240; 260.

Loudonville Academy, 169, 258.Manual Training, 159, 161.

Loveland, Edwin, 198.                         \laps, land grants and    Congress lands

Lower    Sandusky,    First   Presbyteria:                                              in Ohio, 70; secondary institutions

Church, 242; Literary and Scientiic                                          in Ohio prior to 1850, 98; colleges

Institute, 2(_8, 249; Institute, 209,                                              and universities prior to 1850, 119.

254; Phrenological Mesmeric Insti-

2tuPte, 211. 25               \lMarietta, 9; New  England influence, 11;

tute, 211. 26;.

Lowr , 21sh  169. _14; special school legislation for, 60;

Lowry, Joseph, 169.

Lowr~y, 1Joseph, 16(9.                                           82; Collegiate Institute and West-

Lucas County, 149, 160, 166, 173, 242, 218,                                        82; Collegate                ins     and  Wes-

crn      Teachers;          Seminary, 131, 181,

250, 251, 25_, 253, 251, 256, 258, 261,                                     crn      Teachrs             ,

- 263 2125   923251 256 258, 261,                                            197, 236; 131, 148; Female College,

263, 2653.

Lunatic,^ 2<)um191219188, 259, Library, 200, 230; first re-

Lunatic Asylum, 191, 219.                                    .     ,      ,        ,

Luntatic   \ csylnm 191, 219e .  b,  1         ligious society, 213; 214, 215; first

Lutherans,         secondary education by, 102:;

Lutlscranssecondary  . edcto  hy, 102;                           Mechanics' Lyceum, 20!); first Uni-

172 (English Theological and Col                                             M

legate nlst tute), o1i MuhlendbeCg                                         versalian Religious Library Society,

leglate Institute), 187; Muhlenberg4; 245,                ; College      131, 181,

College founded by, 188; Wittenberg          210, 240, 24, 249, 255.

College founded by, 188; Capital

University  founded  by, 190; Ohio     Mlarion, 259; Academy, 163, 215; county,

education of, 211; 230, 238, 242, 253,       13, 245, 250, 251, 256, 259.

24, 263.  Martin         , 11.

Lyceum, 136.   Martinsburg Academy, 247.

Lyme   (and   Ridgefield) Circulating  Li-                               Martinsville, Academy, 164; Silliman In-

brary Society, 200, 228.                                                            stitute and  Library Company, 204,

Lytle, -    -, 154.                                                                                    247.

Maryland   furnishes early Ohio settlers,

Me.9

McArthur, Duncan, founds Chillicothe, 9.                                Marysville Library Institute, 204, 248.

McConnelsville, Atheneum, 207, 236; Li-                               Mason, William, 161; College, 247; county,

brary and Reading Association, 201,          (see Madison), 256.

247.                                    Massachusetts, 11; influences Ohio school

McCully, Alexander, 160, 162.                                                            system, 14; Horace Mann's work for

McDonald, James, 171.                                                                        education,  20;  Ohio's  educational

McIlvaine, Isaac, 157.                                                                          progress compared, 140.

-McIntire Poor School, 127, 150, 242, 258.    Massie, Gen. Nathaniel, founds Chilli-

McLane, Patrick, 169.                              cothe, 9.



570 Index

570                                     Index.

 

Massiilon, Universalist school, 160, 241;              Methodist Protestant Church, 190, 236.

Academy, 162, 244; Female      Semi-    Miami, County, 9, 162, 201, 205, 235, 242,

nary, 162, 245; Library Society, 202,                             244, 246, 253, 263; Presbytery, 170;

23(; Young Men's Polemic Society,                               "Purchase" (see Symmes Purchase),

208, 252; Lyceum, 208, 249; First                                   214, 215, 219, 251; Rivers, educational

Baptist Church, 242.                                                                     land grants on, 13, 76, 217, 263;

Matthews, Joseph J., 167.                                                                       Union   Literary  Society, 210, 253;

Matthews, Joseph J., 167.

Maumee City, 149; Academy, 166, 253;               Society, 210, 248.

First Episcopal Church, 242; 258.       Miamisburg, Library     Society, 206, 256;

Mayfield   Circulating  Library   Society,                                 nion  Meeting                            and   School-house

205, 249.                                                                                      Company, 236.

Mayo, Herman B., 169.                         Miami University, establishment of, 106;

Mechanics' Institutes, 136; Lyceum    and                                107; organization  and government

Library Association, 205, 252; and                                of 111; 112; Governor Bartley rec-

Lyceums, act concerning, 209.                                      ommends Normal School, 133; Ero-

Medary, Samuel, 268, 269.                                                                    delphian  Society, 136; legislative

Medical   education,   conventions,   115;                                  acts concerning, 176-178; 209, 210,

early provisions for, 113-114; College                           214, 215, 216, 218, 219, 221, 224, 225,

of Ohio, 114, 175, 191-192, 222, 223,                            230, 233, 234, 237, 238, 240, 241, 243,

229, 235, 245, 246, 250, 260, 2                                       2644, 245, 248, 29 251. 252, 253, 257,

affiliated  with  Western                          Reserve                     258 259, 261, 263, 265.

University, 180; Willoughby                   Uni-    Middleburgh, High School, 161, 243; 169;

versity, 183; act concerning, 191-194,                          Library Society, 201; Academy, 225;

214, 217, 218, 219, 221; Homeopathic,                         Library Company, 232; First Presby-

193; Western Reserve, College, 210,                             terian Society, 234; Baptist Church,

256; Societies, 215, 221, 222, 224, ,236,                        242; 258.

261; colleges, 238, 264.                Middletown, Academy and Library Asso-

ciation, 166, 256.

Medina, sources of school revenue, 50;-                  , 166, 256.

Me asorcs of, 50         Milford, Circulating Library Society, 200;

Fellenburgh's Institute, 104; county,                              Uion School Society, 11, 221      Li-

159, 160, 198, 201, 202, 203, 204, 234,                         brary Associatio, 201, 202, 236, 240.

237, 239, 240, 242, 244, 245; Academy,  Miller Academy    169  6, 64

Miller Academy, 169, 262, 264.

160;  College,  189,  261;  Medical     Milton Tow      p,

Milton Township, 2o2.

Academy        Lyceum, 192, 238, 242;

Academy        Lyceum, 192, 238, 242;       Ministerial Lands, reservation, 74, 152,

Atheneum, 207, 238; Social Library           22, 23, (see Sectio    29)

Company, 240; 259.                      Mississippi Valley, educators in Western

Medsker, David, 169.                               College of Teachers, 129, 130.

Menager, Claude R., 154.                                                          Mitchell, William, 164.

Meigs county, High School and Teachers'         Monroe, county, 161, 231, 244, 246, 247,

Institute, 131, 165, 247; 155, 158, 220,                          253, 254, 256, 257, 258, 263, 264;

244, 249, 251, 254, 25  258, 259, 261,                           Seminary, 161; Academical Associa-

263.                                                                                             tion, 173, 247; Lyceum                of Natural

Meigs, Return J., trustee Ohio Univer-                                      History  and   Library              Association,

sity, 107; 124.                                                                 203, 244; Traveling and Circulating

Mercer county, 204, 250, 254, 256, 257, 261.                          Library Society, 200, 206; Academy,

Mesopotamia, Central     School   Society,                               210; township, 264.

171, 223; Social Library Company,       Monroeville, 242.

200, 230.                                                                         Monseau, Hortense, 166.

Messenger, Hiram, 159.                                                            Montgomery, Academy, 154, 217; county,

Methodist Episcopal Church, secondary              242, 247, 261; township, 260.

education controlled by, 102; 156;         Montville Social Library Company, 202.

controls Springfield  High   School,        Moore, James, 183; David, 216.

158; controls academies, 164; 169;        Moorefield Township, 260.

establishes Ohio Wesleyan Univer-       Moravian Land Tract, school lands, 42;

sity, 185; Female Collegiate Insti-          69, 76, 152.

tute, 186, .252; in Zanesville, 228;    Morgan County, 192, 199, 200, 224, 225, 227,

230, 241, 242; Book Concern, 271.            235, 242, 249, 254, 256, 259, 261.



Index

Index.                                      571

 

Morgan, Young Men's Reading and Lit-                                   "New Church," 191.

erary Society, 207, 238.                                               Newcomerstown, 209, 256.

Morgantown Medical Society, 252.                                          New     Concord, Muskingum      College at,

Morris, Thomas A., 186.                                                                        183.

Morrow   County, 263.                        New                               England, lands donated for edu-

Mount Eden, 252.                                                                                    cation, 7, 21; Ohio settlers from, 9;

Mount Leigh, first Presbyterian Church,                                               influence on Ohio education, 11; 12;

237.                                                                                              education and institutions for blind,

Mt. Pleasant, Boarding School, 165, 247;                                              123, 124.

Academy, 170, 263; Philomathean So-     New           Hagerstown, Academy, 161, 244;

ciety, 209, 264.                                                                           Female Seminary, 165, 247.

Mt. Vernon, organization of schools, 63;                                   New Jersey, early Ohio settlers from, 9.

149, 265; Female Academy, 158, 239;                         New   Lebanon, 262.

Lyceum, 207, 236.                                                        New Lisbon, Academy, 154, 166, 214, 252;

Mt. Washingtou, College, 189; Institute,                                                First  Presbyterian   Church,   242;

262.                                                                                              Lyceum, 208, 243.

Mt. Zion, M. E. Church, 239.                 New Lyme Young Men's Association, 202,

Muhlenberg College, 188, 261.                      240.

Municipal Schools, organized on "Akron                                  New Orange Library Society, 205, 253.

plan," 04-68.                                                                   New     Orphan Asylum    for Colored Chil-

Munson, Jeremiah     R., 218; First Con-                                               dren, 197, 256.

gregational Society, 241.               New                        Paris, Library   Society, 201, 234;

Muskingum College, established, 10:i, 1S;                                             Medical Institute, 252; Musical In-

244.                                                                                              stitute, 137, 211.

Muskingum    Conference, Methodist Prot-     New Philadelphia, Academy, 162, 244; Im-

estant Church, 190.                                                                     manuel Church, 241; Library      So-

Muskingum   County, 155, 183, 199, 200, 202,                                     ciety, 203, 244.

203, 219, 225, 228, 229, 231, 233, 29,  New Rumley Lutheran and German Re-

243, 244, 250, 251, 256, 257, 261, 26:,,     form  Church, 242.

264.                                    Newton (New     Town), College, 189, 261;

Muskingum    river, schools lands on, 13;                                              Library Company, 198, 213.

source of school revenue, 49; 147.      New                 York, early Ohio settlers from, 9;

model for first Ohio school laws, 16;

N.                                                                 education  of blind   in, 124; His-

Napoleon Township, 257.                                                                      torical Society, 257.

Nashee's Compilation of Laws, 4, 75, 77,                                Nichols, John M., 257.

106, 107, 150, 174, 212, 266, 267, 270.                         Normal High School (Carroll Co.), 168,

Neff, William, 185.                                256.

Negroes, schools provided, 57-58; excluded                            North Adams (Mass.), 14.

from   Cincinnati schools, 61; Or-                                Northern  Social Library   Company, 198,

phans' Asylum   for, 127, 197; school                                      216.

tax on, 246; 256, 260, 262.             North                      Royalton   Library   Society, 203,

Nelson Academy, 156, 226, 242; Library                                           243.

Society, 200, 228.                      North Union School Association, 172, 242,

Neville, Morgan, 207; Institute, 161, 244, i       244, 254, 256.

248, 250, 265.       .Northwest Territory, Ohio, first state in,

Newark, Atheneum, 208, 245; Association                                          1, 7; Connecticut holds lands in, 76;

for the Promotion of Education, 173,                                       first educational journal in, 130.

245.                                                                                 Northwood, Geneva Hall at, 190.

New Athens, 155; Alma College at, 179;                                 Norwalk, 255, 266; Academy, 155, 221, 239;

222.                                                                                             Female   Seminary, 163, 245; First

Newburgh Library Society, 199, 225.                                                  Baptist Church, 241; First Presby-

Newbury Social Library Society, 200, 231.                                        terian  Church, 242; Institute, 169,

New   Carlisle, Lafayette University, at,                                             258; St. Paul's Church, 242; Semi-

185; Social Library Company, 206,                                         nary, 156; sources for school rev-

256; 251.                                                                                     enue, 50.



572 Index

572                                   Index.

 

Notestone, Jonas, 166.                      Ohio Institute of Natural Sciences, 137,

Nu Pt Kappa Society, 209.                         211, 262.

Ohio Mechanics Institute, 136, 209, 228,

0.                             259.

Ohio Medical College, 241, 255:-

Oakland Female Seminary, 167, 252.           Ohio Medical Lceum, 12, 23

Ohio Medical Lyceum,    192, 237.

Oberlin, College established, 106; collegi-          ten,         religiou s instruc

ate Instite  12  29  24      Ohio Penitentiary, religious instruction

ate Institute, 182, 239, 264; incor-        p      ,  197, 257

provided, 197; 257.

porated, 182; Young Men's Lyceum,                           Ohio River 76 150.

,210; 258                                                                         Ohio River, 76, 150.

210; 256.                                                                        Ohio School Library Society, 200, 227.

Odd Fellows, 207.                                                                      Ohio State Library, 199.

Officers, school, 27, 57; fines for neglect                                 Ohio State Medical Society, 193, 261.

of duties, 30; in Cincinnati, 61; in                                  Ohio University, establishment of, 106;

Cleveland, 62; Zanesville schools,                                            107; government and legislation for,

62; for municipal schools, 63.                                        108-111; 112; Governor Bartley rec-

Ohio, value of study educational legis-                                                 commends normal department for,

lation, 1; History                      of Educational                           133; legislative acts concerning, 174-

Legislation,  1803-1850,          1-271; land                                176; 210, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217,

laws of, 4; admission into Union,                                              218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 221, 225,

7; sources of public school system,                                           226, 228, 231, 235, 239, 243, 245, 246,

7-23; opposes centralization of power                                       247, 249, 250, 251, 253, 255, 258, 259,

in schools, 8; growth of population,                                           260, 261, 263.

1803-1850, 10; New   England  influ-   Ohio Wesleyan University, incorporation

ences on education in, 11; Samuel            of, 185; 252.

Lewis and his work for education,      Olivesville First Presbyterian Congrega-

20; school lands in 21, 72, 85, 86,          tion, (Olive Tp.), 241, 242.

87;  secondary   education,  93-106;                             Olmstead, 184, 266, 267, 268; 201, 232.

first high school, 95; first medical                                 Orange Library Company, 249.

college in, 114; colleges and uni-                                  Ordinance of 1785, educational provisions,

versities, 117-118; petitions Congress       13.

for land grants for Deaf and Dumb,                             (rth, Samuel P., 8, 10, 271.

122; supports Indian   orphan girl.                                  Oregon, school sections in, 72.

126; training of teachers, 129; first                                Organization of School System, 25-38.

Library in, 134; Historical Society                                Orphan Asylums, 127, 196-197.

of, 137; main   features of educa-                                 Orrwell, Library and Reading Society,

tional policies, 138; medical colleges       205, 251; Township, 262.

of, acts concerning, 191-192.  Orange Library Association, 205.

Ohio Baptist Education Society, 211, 256;                                 Ottawa County, 254, 261.

Book and Tract Society, 255.  Otterbein  University, establishment of,

Ohio City, 148, 164, 247, 262.106; 189, 262.

Ohio Conference High School, 158, 251.       Oxford, 164, 262; Female Academy, 164;

Ohio Company (and Purchase), 9; lands                                              Female Institute, 169, 262; Female

in for schools, 13, 69, 72, 74; 14,                                                Seminary, 247; Library    Institute,

16; method of surveying, 73; min                                              and Society, 204, 248; Miami Uni-

isterial lands in 74; 82; lands for                                                 versity  at, 107, 177; Theological

Ohio University, 107; 111; lands for                                          Seminary, 184.

higher education, 141; 213, 214, 218,

224, 225, 228, 238, 242, 243, 244, 264,                   P

250.                                                                                  Page, Rev. G. G., 169.

Ohio Education Society Evangelical I.u-                                  Painesville, Education  Society, 172, 228,

theran Church, 211, 261.                                                240; Library Association, 204, 245;

Ohio Falls Primary Institute, 245.                                              Lyceum   and Library   Society, 202;

Ohio German Lutheran Synod, 172.                                         Literary Society, 240; Township, 252,

Ohio  Historical and   Philosophical So-                                                254; 255.

ciety, 257.                                                                       Parents, school rates' paid by, 38-40.

Ohio Institute for 'Blind, 251.               Paris, city of, 257.



Index

Index.                                       573

 

Paris (O.), Library Association, 203.          Portage county -Concluded.

Parkman Academy, 164, 247.                                                               236, 239, 243, 248, 256, 264; Township,

Parma Library Association, 203, 244.                                                  254.

Paulding County, 253, 259, 261, 263.                                        Porter, 166, 251; Hugh, relief of, 233.

Paw, George, 170.                                                                     Portland Township, 255.

Peak, U. H., 160.                                                                        Portsmouth, school charter granted, 60;

Pearson, Sylvester, 241.                                                                        schools organized, 62; Library Com-

Pease, John, 173.                                                                                   pany, 204, 248; 208; Mechanical In-

Pennfield Library Society, 202, 240.                                                    stitute and Mechanical Library As-

Pennsylvania, settlers in Ohio from, 9,                                                sociation, 209, 251; 246, 249, 260.

10; 72, 76; Ohio school lands ad-        Port Washington, Library and Lyceum

vertised in, 79; education blind in,          Company, 203, 242.

124; 270.                                                                         Potter, Lyman, 154; William, 227.

Perkins, Simon, 162; Samuel, 168.                                            Pratt, Benjamin, 192.

Permanent school funds, 41-44.                                               Preble, county, 163, 198, 201, 215, 216, 220,

Perry   county, 171, 172, 225, 227, 230;                                              228, 234, 237, 245, 248, 252, 260,

Academy of, 236; 251, 256, 259, 260.                                     262, 263; Library Society, 199, 223.

Perrysburg, Ft. Meigs University at, 187;     Presbyterian   Church, secondary    educa-

Lyceum    and   Library  Association,                                     tion, 102; (Columbus), Deaf and

204; Literary and Library Associa-                                          Dumb School, 125; 170, 172; Lane

tion, 247.                                                                                     Seminary, property of, 180; Cum-

Peru Lyceum, 208.                                                                               berland, 186; Reformed, 190; 228,

Pestalozzi, referred to, 104.                                                                   231, 234, 236, 237, 239, 240, 241, 242;

Phi Delta Society, 210, 249.                                                                  Society, 213.

Philbrick, S. B., 173.                        Primary schools, provisions under "Akron

Philomathean     Literary  Institute,  244,         Law," 65; 67.

247.                                                                                 Prince, David, 173.

Philomathean Literary Society, 210, 251.                               Private schools, 11, 64.

Philomathean   Society, 210, 247.                                            Profanity, source school revenue, 48.

Philomathesian Literary Society, 233.                                    Professional Education Acts, 191-194.

Philomathesian Society, 136, 209.                                            Protestant Episcopal Church, Ohio, 179;

Philosophic Literary Society, 209, 239.                                               funds for widows and orphans, 196;

Philozethian Society, 209; 210, 239, 251.                                             239, 247.

Phouts, David, relief for blind children,                                   Protestant Methodist Academy, 166, 251.

195, 214, 215.                                                                 Protestant Union of U. S., 187-188, 256.

Pickaway county, 232, 260, 261.                                              Providence College, 186, 253.

Pickett, Robert, 130; John W., 271.                                           Psi Gamma Society, 210, 249.

Pike county, '201, 231.                                                              Public schools, state recognition, 24; his-

Pine Grove Academy, 166, 251.                                                          .torical sketches, 271; State Board

Piqua, 149; Associated    Reform   Church,                                         of Instruction, 263.

242; 264.                                Putnam, Rufus, surveys college       town-

Pittsburg, Ohio school lands advertised                                                ships, 107, 174, 175; Classical Insti-

in, 79.                                                                                          tute, 169, 241; family library, 134;

Plain. 2905, ~253.                                         Lyceum, 208; county, 243, 244, 251,

~Plain.~~ 205,am 253.253, 254, 256; Union Sunday School,

Platonic Library   Society, 198, 215, 244,          25  254, 256

256; 257, 265.

253.

Poland Library Society, 198, 214.

Pomeroy, Academy, 170, 262; Charles R.,

170.                                     Quakers, secondary education by, 102.

Poor children, schools for, 127.

Poor Richard's Almanac, 15.                                       R.

Population, growth in Ohio, (1800-1850),      Randall, E. O., quoted or referred to,

10; growth in cities, 58-59.                  15, 271.

Portage county, 149, 154, 161, 162, 167,      Ravenna, 261; Academy, 150, 239; Asso-

168, 180, 198, 199. 201, 202, 217, 222,       ciation, 205; Female Seminary, 165,



574 Indc

574                                    Indc.-.

 

Ravenna - Concluded.                          Rutland, Academy, 155, 220; Library As-

247; Library Association, 254; Town-          sociation, 203, 242.

ship, 262.                              Ryan, Daniel J., quoted or referred to,

Rawson, Secretary, 159.                            15, 271.

Rea, John, 155.                                                  S.

Reading Mutual Improvement and Li-

brary       Association          (Institute) 205,       48.

brary       Association          (Institute)  205,  Sabbath breaking, source school revenue,

248.

Red Oak, 213.                                  Sage, O. N., 162.

Reformed Church, 242.                                                            St. Aloysius Orphan Asylum, Cincinnati,

Refugee Tract, 16; school lands in, 69.            197.

Religion, instruction for delinquents pro-    St Clair, Arthur, influences school laws,

vided,  127, 128;   (see   Churches,                                          8;   9;  Collegiate  Seminary,   243;

Bible).                                                                                       township, 264.

Revenues,   school, surplus   funds,    3;   St. Clairsville, 156; Collegiate Seminary,

laws providing, for schools, 143.            183; 21; Female Collegiate Sem-

inary, 243; 262.

Revier Township, 262.                                                               St. John's College, 168.

Revolutionary War, veterans of, among                                  St. Joseph's Literary Society, 171, 222.

Ohio settlers, 9; soldiers hold land                                 St. Mary's, Educational Institute, 166;

"scrip,"  74; lands   provided   for                                            Female Institute, 252; Female Lit-

soldiers in, 76.                                                                           erary   Society, 172, 236; Library

Reynolds, John, 155.                                                                             Association, 204, 247.

Reznor, John P., 164.                                                                  St. Peter's Church, 240.

Rhea, John, 179.                               St. Xavier College, 184-185, 251.

Rice, V. M., 271.                               Salem, Academy, 167, 254; Social Library

Richardson, R. D., 266.                                                                         Company, 198, 199, 217; Social Li-

Richfield, Academical Institution,    159;                                             brary Association, 220.

Social Company (or Library), 202,                              Salena Township, 202.

238.                                                                                  Salt, Inspection, source school revenue,

Richland, Academical Institute, 169, 261;          258.

Classical Institute, 240, 261; County   Sandusky, Academy, 163, 245; Conference

of, 164, 169, 170, 203, 208, 234, 241,                                       of U. B. Church, 190; City Lyceum

242, 243, 246, 247, 248, 249, 253, 256,                                     and Library Association, 203, 244;

258, 259, 260.                                                                             City Grace Church, 250; 254; county,

Richmond, Classical Institute, and Col-                                                211, 236, 239, 250, 251, 254, 256, 260,

lege, 158; 205.                                                                            261, 264; First Methodist Society,

Ridgefield Circulating Society, 228.                                           242.

Ridgeville Lyceum, 208, 249.           Sansberry, Elizabeth, 172.

Ripley College, 112; legislative appro]ria-                                 Sargeant, Stephen N., 189.

tion for, 180; 181, 230, 233, 235, 238,                             Sawyer-Chambers, 266.

243, 247.                                                                           Schaeffer, Daniel, 165.

Risdon Union School District, 252.    Schools, Code for, (1837), 20; journal,

Robb, Hamilton, 257.                                                                              suggested, 33; taxation for buildings,

Robinson, 160.                                                                                         46, 47; companies and associations,

Rockford Lyceum, 247.                                                                         prior to 1850, 101, 171-174; for blind,

Rockport Lyceum, 208.                                                                          120; District Manual, 243; School

Rocky River Seminary, 168, 256.                                               Fund Society, 256.

Rome, 240; Academical Company, 172,           School lands, 3, 4; origin of idea, 12; 13;

242; First Congregational Church,                                              revenues from, 40, 42; 41; sale of,

242; Library   Company, 202, 238;                                            42; 69-92; misappropriated, 140; in-

Township, 250.                                                                            dex to Acts concerning selling or

Ross County, 157, 167, 170, 171, 202, 209,                                            leasing, 239, 241, 242-243, 244, 246,

217, 229, 230, 233, 240, 254, 256, 263,                                       247, 248-249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254,

264.                                                                                               256-257, 259, 261, 263, 264; purchase

Ruggles Library Society, 203, 244.                                              of, 248; 252, 253, 255, 258; laws con-

Rush Medical Society, 210, 245.                                                  cerning, 150-153.



Index

Index.                                     675

 

School, law, (1821), 15; officers, municipal,  "Section 16" - Concluded.

67; dereliction of officers, 53; rates,                                          150, 153; sale of, 87, 88; 212, 213, 214,

24; Akron Act provides revenue, 66;                                         215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222,

studies, 55-56, 61 (Cincinnati); term                                         224, 225, 226, 228, 229, 232, 233, 234,

length, 56-57; second general law, 24.                                      235, 236, 237, 238, 244, 245, 246, 248,

Schools, abstract, general laws, 143-146;                                             257.

Acts concerning local funds, 149-150;   "Section 29," granted for religious sup-

agricultural, 113; laws for city, town                                        port, 13; reservation of, 74; legisla-

and village, 58-68, 148, 149; for col-                                        tion concerning, 82; 213, 214, 219,

ored  children, 57-58; control and                                             225, 228, 243, 244.

supervision, 50-53; for delinquents,    "Seminaries," 95-96; laws incorporating,

127; denominational, 102, 103; for           153-171.

dependents,   126;  development   of

Seneca County, Academy, 160, 242; 167,

public system, 24-68; European, pat-        171, 201, 202, 206, 232 23, 235, 236,

terned, 243; fines, fees, etc., revenue

source, 146-148; first Ohio general,

laws, 7, 13, 63; higher education,

106-119; index to Acts concerning                                Serviss, William G., 185.

city and town, 239, 243, 244, 246, 247,                        "Seven Ranges," location, 10; survey, 72;

249, 250, 251, 255, 258, 259, 261, 264;     76.

index to general Acts, 246, 248, 249,                             Sexton, Henry, 162.

250, 252, 253, 255, 257, 258-259, 260,                          Shannon, Wilson, 186.

262, 263; index to local laws, 246,                                 Sharon Academy, 242.

2A8, 249, 250, 252, 254, 255, 257-258,                         Shaw Academy, 160, 242.

259, 260, 262, 264; laws, organizing                              Sheffield Manual Labor Institute, 104, 161,

surveyed  townships, 143; libraries         244.

provided, 135; manual training pro-                              Shelby County, 228, 234, 248, 250, 261.

vided, 104; medical, 113; miscel-                                 Shepherd, -      , 270.

laneous sources of revenue, 47, 48,                              Slack, Elijah, 197.

49, 50; officers provided, 57; perma-                           Slocum, Charles E., 271.

nent funds, 41; for poor children,                                  Smith, Ely B., 162; David, 267, 268.

127;  property  taxation   for,  2i;                                  Smithfield, Literary and Philosophical So-

special Acts concerning, 146; rates         ciety, 208; 248.

paid by parents, 38-40; sources of                               Smithsonian Institute, 260.

Ohio's system, 7-23; in     Virginia                               Snodgrass, James, 158.

Military Tract, 213.                                                       Social Library Company, 239.

Schultz, Jonathan, 255.                                                              Societies (Miscellaneous), 210-211.

Scioto Conference, U. B. Church, 189.                                    Society, St. John's Church, 213.

Scioto  County, 200, 228, 248, 254, 258,                                  Society  for propagating  gospel among

261.                                                                                           heathen, 214.

Scioto River, Virginia Military Lands on,    S                                     o                              U       C        , 2.

9- 76 77. '~~Society of United Christians, 246.

Sii9; 76, 77Uie   t S. oiety  2.       Soeurs de Notre Dame Female Educa-

Scipio First Universalist Society, 241.

tional Institute, 171, 264.

Scotch, settlers in "Seven Ranges," 10.

Solomon Thrifty's Almanac, 15.

Scott, John, 164; Charles, 269, 270.omon Th                  s Almanac

Secondary education, 93-106; early meth.                             Solon First Congregational Society, 41.

,4denomina-- .           Sources Ohio Public school system, 7-23.

ods of conducting, 94; denomina-

tional support of, 102; laws incor       South," The, influence on Ohio educa-

tional support of, 102; laws incor--

porating  institutions  for, 153-171;

list of schools for, 95-96; 97-101.     Special districts, organized  on  "Akron

Secretary of State, as State Superintend-         plan," 67.

ent of Schools, 21, 31, 35, 38; 229.                               Spencer, (Mass.), 15.

"Section 16," 7, 12, 26, 29, 39, 40, 72; pro-                             Spink, John C., 187.

vision in land ordinance, 74; meth-                              Sprague, Sidney S., 170.

ods of controlling, 77; leasing of,                                 Springborough, school company, 172, 243;

78, 79, 80; legislation concerning, 82,      Library Company, 202, 239; 209, 256.



576 Index

576                                    Index.

 

Springfield, growth of, 58; 149; township    Strong, Stephen, Manual Labor Seminary,

(Summit    County),    149;   (Clark         104, 158.

County), 264; High School, 158, 239,    Strongville First Congregational Society,

240; Female    Seminary, 170, 263;           241.

Lyceum, 207, 239; Young Men's Lit-                            Sturges, Ebon P., 155.

erary Association, 208, 252; Associ-                              ubscription Schools 21, 2P, 23, 24.

ated Church, 230; 251, 260, 264.                                     Suffield                Township, (Portage   Co.), 149,

Stalker, John, 216.                                                                                    64.

Stanton, Joseph, 172.Sugar Creek, 25

Stark  County, Orphans' Institute, 127,      Sugar Creek, 25.

Summit County, 149, 166, 167; Medical

197T, 244, 248; 150, 162, 166, 171, 199,                                    Society, 193, 254, 256; 198, 205, 206,

208; Lyceum, 208, 244; 217, 222, 223,                                      2515        2     257 264

230, 233, 239, 242, 245, 249, 250, 252,,                         ,

256, 259, ,260, 261, 263.               Sunbury, 198; Library Association, 200,

Starling, Lyne, endows medical college,            227; 215.

193.                                                                                  Sunday Creek, 134.

Starling Medical College, Columbus, 193,                                 Superintendent   Common     Schools,  243;

Saln261.  edclClee     ou         9,         appropriation for, 244; 245, 247, 248,

260.

State, educational report, 31, 32; provides                                 Superintendent Schools, (Cincinnati), 61.

school   organizations,     38;  levies                               Supervision, schools, provisions   under

school taxes, 12, 45; provides school        Akron law, 50, 65.

supervision, 50, 51; influences higher  Supplementary educational agencies, 134-

education, 107.                              137.

State Board Public Instruction, 37.                                            Surveys, lands, methods, 72.

State Educational Journal, 37.                                                    Swift, George, 69, 180.

State Library, 135, 204, 205, 221, 235, 244,                             Sylvania, Academy, 160, 242; High School

245, 249, 250, 255, 259.                     Company, 173, 254.

State Medical Convention, and Society,                                    Symmes, John Cleves, 176.

115, 116.                                                                         Symmes Purchase, 9, 16; lands for edu-

State School Code, 28.                                                                            cation, 13, 69, 72; township surveyed,

State School Fund, 33, 43-46.                                                                 73; ministerial lands reserved, 74;

State School System, 12, 24, 33.                                                            82; lands for Miami University, 107,

State Superintendent of Schools, first, 15,                                             141; 111, 177, 178, 217, 225.

19; abolished, 21, 35, 140; duties, 32,

33; 34; office re-created, 37; relation                     T.

to school system, 38; 51; report on

teachers' training, 129; 246, 261.                                  Talbott, David L., 130.

(See    Superintendent     Common                               Tallmadge, Academy, 154, 217; Academ-

Schools.)                                                                                     ical Institute, 166, 167, 251, 255; Li-

Stearns, Timothy, 170.                                                                           brary Association, 206, 256; school,

Steele, Robert W., 168.                                                                          226; Deaf and Dumb School, 123;

Stephens Strong Manual Labor Seminary,                                           Township, 123.

240.                                    Taxation, opposition to, for schools, 17;

Steubenville, sources school revenue, 50;                                            provided for township schools, 29;

Academy, 154, 214; Athenaeum, 207,                                    44; district schools, 45; units of,

234; 231; Presbyterian Church, 239;                                        46; for Cincinnati Schools, 60; for

Land District, 248.                                                                     municipal schools, 63; provisions for

under Akron Law, 65; 257; levying

Stevenson, Joseph, 187.                                                                         of 248 258

Stewart, Charles, relief of, 243.                                                            ,        .

Stillwater Regular Baptist Church, 225.      Taylor, James B., referred to, 37, 76, 129,

Stockdale, William, 165.                           132, 271.

Stone, Jonathan, 174.                        Tsachers, acts concerning education of,

Stowe, Prof. C. E., report on European                                               197-198; certification  of, 31, 54-55;

education, 245, 246.                                                                  examination of, 37; Akron act on

Streetsborough, 162; High     Scho-l, 165,                                             examination of, 66; training of, 129-

248.                                                                                            133; State University for, 246.



Index

Index.                                      577

 

Teachers' Institutes, recommended, 33;                           U.

organization of, 130; general law

rganization  of, 130; general la Union, Academy, 155, 158, 163, 219, 239,

for, 131; at Fairmount, 131; act in-

corporating, 197, 198; 239, 258, 260,                                        245; County, 163, 201, 203, 236, 243,

p260a2.      1    198;2,25,60                                                        245; Library Association, 205; Liter-

ary Society, 210, 248; Men's Associ-

Term, school, length in Cincinnati, 61;                                                 ation, 245; School Association, 171,

67.                                                                                               218; School District, 264; Society,

Territorial Acts, 21.2.                                                                            Oberlin Collegiate Institute, 256.

Theological   Institutions  (Seminaries),    United Brethren, Church, 189; Society of,

106; acts concerning, 174-191; 179;          76.

Reform    Synod,   184;   Protestant    United States Miltary District (or Tract,

Episcopal, 222, 239, 247; 223, 238;                                           Lands, or Reservation), 9, 16, 151,

Associated Reform    Synod of the                                           152, 217, 219, 220, 2.21, 225, 230;

West, 245.                                                                                  location and description, 76; school

Thompson, Thomas, 169.                                                                      lands for, 42, 69, 74, 216, 224, 226;

Thrifty, Solomon, 271.                                                                          225, 227, 229, 232, 248; settlers in,

Tiffin Academy, 171, 264.                                                                   10; township surveyed in, 73; pro-

Titus, Francis J., 166.                                                                             visions for leasing school lands in,

Todd, David, 161.                                                                                  78, 81; report on school land situa-

Toledo, school charter, 60; organization                                              tion, 84; school land condition in,

of, schools in, 62; 148, 149, 204, 244,                                       84; voters determine sale of school

245, 258, 262.                                                                            lands, 87; school funds for, 237,

238, 240.

Towns, general laws for organization of            238, 240.

United                                 States,  donations   for   public

schools in, 63.                                                                            schools, 7; Statutes at large furnish

Townships, clerk of, school superintend-                                             source  material on   education   in

ent of schools, 31, 51; divided into                                            Ohio, 4; quoted, 150; Surplus Fund

school districts, 27; establishment of                                        apportioned to several Ohio coun-

surveys, 72; laws for school district-                                        ties, 43, 243; provides school lands

ing of, 143; original, 213, 215, 220,                                          for Ohio land districts, 74; Moravian

223; relation to school organization,                                         lands  revert to, 76; motive     for

38; superintendents of, 51; organized                                        granting school lands, 85; school

for schools on "Akron" plan; trus-                                             fund of, 230.

tees with power for leasing school      United States Protestant University, 187-

lands, 81; unit for certification of         188.

teachers, 81; "University," 174, 176.                            United States Reserve, 250, 253.

Troy, 246; Academy, 162, 244; Library                                 Universalist, Church, 240, 241; Institute,

Society, 198, 216; Township, 249, 262.       164, 247.

True, Josiah, 134.                           Universities, first Ohio land grants for,

Trumbull, County of, 157, 161, 166, 177,           13; provisions for support, 93; es-

tablishment of in Ohio, 106-112;

198, 199, 200, 202, 203, 205, 216, 223,                                    tablishment of    in    Ohio, 106-112;

226, 227, 230, 234, 239, 244, 252, 254,                                    legislative acts concerning, 174-191.

256, 263; Farmington Normal School      University, expediency    of  establishing

in, 132.                                                                                       one, 1838, 129; law establishing one,

Trustees, Township, charge of schools,                                               212; lands for, 253.

26, 27                                                                            'University of Lake Erie, 210.

Turner Austin. 163                                                                 Urbana, 149, 259; Academy, 155, 220, 251;

Turner, Austin, 163.

Turner, Austin, 163.                        Atheneum, 207, 237; Juvenile     Li-

Tuscarawas County, Moravian Tract in,                        ,    ,    ,;     ei

76; 152, 162, 163, 203, 239, 242, 245,                                      brary Company202, 240; Mechanic's

6248, 251, 253, 2  0,2924565.                                                  Institute, 209, 251; University  of,

248, 251, 253, 256.

106, 190-191, 264.

Twaddle, John, relief for Blind Children,          106, 190-191, 264.

19t5, 218.                         '    Utica Library Society, 201, 232.

"Twelve Mile" Square Reserve, 254, 256.

Twinsburg, First Congregational Society,

231; Library Association, (Society),                            Vallandingham, Clement L., 154.

205, 248.                                                                        Van Balton, Julia, 171.

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578                                     Index.

 

Van Wert County, 259.                         Waverly Social Circulating Library Asso-

Vattemore, Alexander, 251.                          ciation, 201, 231.

Venable, William H., quoted or referred       Way --       , reprints Journals of Con-

to, 21, 22, '134, 271.                                                                    gress, 4, 270.

Venice Library Society, 200, 229.             Wayne                  County, Teachers' Association,

Vermilion, First Congregational Church,                                               131; 158, 166, 197, 218, 227, 237,

241; Institute, 168, 256, 258; Library                                         238, 239, 241, 242, 245, 249, 254; Lu-

Company, 203, 240.                                                                   theran Collegiate Institute in, 187;

Vernon Library Association, or Society,                                              township,  252;   Jacob,  173;   and

200, 228.                                                                                      Cherry Valley Library Association,

201, 232; Township  Lyceum, 208.

Vinton Academy, and High School, 158,               201, 232  Township Lyceum, 208.

170, 239, 264.            -Waynesburg, 165, 248.

Waynesville, Academy, 167, 198;        Li-

Virginia, Ohio settlers from, 9; Ohio               bay Company, 217, 254

school lands advertised in, 79.                                       Weller, Joseph, 16.

Virginia  Military   District  (or  Lands,                                    Wellington Social Library Company, 203.

Tract or Reservation), 9, 16, 76, 89,                             Wellsville, First Presbyterian Congrega-

150, 151, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217,                                     tion, 236; Literary Institute, 203, 241;

220, 222, 225, 228, 233, 242; Land                                            Lyceum, 251.

office in, 84; land surveys in, 73;      Wesleyan, University established, 106, 251;

purchase of school lands belonging                                           Female   Seminary, 240; Collegiate

to, 80; school fund for, 223, 224,                                               Institute, 184.

227, 230, 231, 233, 234, 241; school     West Branch     Library  Association, 201,

lands provided for, 41, 69, 74, 75,           235.

79, 218, 219, 221, 226, 229, 231, 235,                           Westbote Company, 20.

238, 239, 243, 244, 247, 251, 257, 261;                         West Canaan, Young Men's Book Asso-

voters determine sale of land, 87.ciation, 206; 256.

Vorhes, Daniel W., 166.                       West Jefferson Academical Institute, 256.

West Lodi, and Academy of, 251, 256.

Western, Academic Institute, organiza-

Wadsworth, Dudley     Medical University                                          tion  of, 18, 130; and     Board                           of

at, 193; Library Society, 202, 237;                                            Education, 197, 234; Academy                        of

First Presbyterian Society at, 240;                                            Natural   Sciences, 137, 211,                            241;

Academy, 159, 240; 254.                                                          Academician, 271; Art Union, 137,

Waggoner, Samuel, 160.                                                                       211, 261; Book Concern, 186; Bap-

Wagner, Henry, 224, 228.                                                                    tist Education   Society, 211, 240;

Wallace, James, 184; Robert, 183.                                                       College of Homeopathic Medicine,

Walsh, James, 154.                                                                                193, 264; College of Teachers, 130;

Wapakoneta, 165.                                                                                  Eye and Ear Infirmary, 116, 226;

Ward, Ebenezer, 160; Jacob, 184.                                                        Collegiate  Institute,  244;  Female

Warren, (Washington Co.), 23; (Trum-                                               College and Seminary, 159, 186-187;

bull Co.), 205, 252; Academy, 161,                                          Library   Association, 198, 214; Li-

244; County of, 149, 150, 166, 167, 172,                                   brary Institute, 206, 264; and Col-

173, 202, 204, 209, 228, 238, 239, 243,                                     lege of Professional Teachers, 271;

244, 246, 247, 248, 253, 254, 256, 260,                                     Teachers' Seminary, 197.

263; Library Association, 206, 264;      Western Reserve, 9, 10, 72, 132, 151, 152,

township of, 252, 254.                                                                220, 222, 224, 225, 228, 229, 233, 234,

Warrener, Wright, 163.                                                                         235, 238, 241; College, 209, 210, 223,

Washington County, 14; early subscrip-                                              239, 243, 245, 249, 251, 254, 256;

tion school in, 23; 107, 134, 169, 174,                                       county supervision provided for, in,

181, 198, 200, 212, 216, 218, 220, 222,                                     36; Eclectic Institute, 106, 170, 264;

228, 236, 239, 244, 245, 248, 253, 256,                                     Free Will Baptist Educational So-

258, 259; Social Library Company,                                         ciety, 253, 254; Historical Society, 9,

198, 205, 214, 248; township, 259, 262;                                    72, 73, 271; Schools and school-lands

town, 264.                                                                                   reserved and their administration,

Waterford, 205, 249.                                                                             41, 69, 74, 75, 78, 81, 83, 84, 85, 87,



Index

Index.                                     579

 

Western Reserve - Concluded.                                                  Winnans, Isaac, 162.

223, 263; school funds, in, 240; early                            Wittenberg College, 106, 188, 256.

secondary schools in, 96; Free Will                              Wolcott, Theodore, 157.

Baptist Academic Society, 173; loca-                           Wolfe, John, relief of, 247.

tion and description of, 76; Manual                               Women, recommended as teachers, 33; ad-

Labor   Seminary,    173;  Teachers'                                        mitted to certification as teachers,

Seminary, 164, 247; townships sur-                                          54.

veyed, 73;    University, 106, 180;     Wood, County of, Ft. Meigs in, 187; 205.

Teachers' Institutes in, 131; Wes-           241, 244, 250, 253, 263; Stephen, 161.

leyan Seminary, 162, 245.               Woodridge, John, 157.

Woodbridge, John, 167.

Western Spy, subscription school adver-                                   Woods, John, 159.

tisement in, 21.                                                               Woodsfield Lyceum, 208, 247.

Western Teachers' Seminary, 106.                                          Woodward, High School, 95, 156, 232, 240,

Westervelt, Matthew, 164.                                                                     241; Free Grammar School, 127, 150,

Westerville, Otterbein University located                                            225.

at, 190.                                Wooster, 149, 246, 254, 265; Academy, 160,

Westfield Library Society, 203, 242.                                                    242; Library Society, 198, 215; Lu-

West Jefferson Academical Institute, 169.                                          theran Collegiate Institute at, 187;

West Lodi, Academy, 167; Farmers' and                                            Regular Baptist Church, 241.

Mechanics' Library Association, 206.    Worthington, Academy, 96, 154, 213; Fe-

West Point Military Academy, 239.                                                    male Seminary, 164, 247; College,

West   Union    Associated  Congregation,                                           178, 248; Literati, 204, 247.

240.                                    Wright, Elizur, 154; Thomas C., 171;

Wheeling, school lands advertised in, 79.          Literary Society, 218.

Whitstone, Thomas H., 189.                   Wyandot County, 259, 261, 262, 263.

White, Sawyer and Chambers, 266.

Whitewater Township, 264.                                        X

Whittlesey, Col. Charles, 73, 271; Asaph,    Xenia, 164, 247; Academy, 169, 261; fe-

166.                                                                                             male academy, 171, 264; First Meth-

Wilkesville Lyceum, 208.                                                                     odist Protestant Church, 236; Ly-

Wilkins, Herman, 170.                                                                           ceum, 207, 237.

Williams, Joseph, 166; J. Martin, 167;

Milo. G., 190; County of, 248, 250,                         Y

251, 252, 253, 254, 256, 259, 261, 263,                         Yale University, 15.

265.                                                                                 Yellow    Creek    First   Congregational

Williamsburg Library Society, 201, 231.            Church, 233.

Williamsfield, 205; First Moral Library

'Williamsfield, 20; First M l L y  Yellow Springs Library Society, 200, 226.

Association, 251.

lAssociathion, 2651.                                                      Young, Alexander R., 161, 169.

Willis, Nathaniel, 266.                                                               Young Men's Book Association, 256.

Willisville M. E. Church, 242.                                                   Young Men's Catholic Association, 206.

Willoughby, 210; Female Academy, 166,                              Young Men's Franklin Society, 210, 252.

248; University, 259; Medical School,                         Youngstown, Subscription School in, 22.

183; Lake Erie Universtiy, 182, 239,                            Youth's Neville Society, 204.

245.

Willy, Lowry, 197.

Wilson, Robert G., 154, 160, 177, 187;

Samuel L., 165.                         Zanesville, 148, 150, 216, 228, 242, 247, 249,

Winchester, 245.                                                                                   261, 264, 266; Atheneum, 207, 227, 233;

Windham, Academy, 159, 240; Library So-                                      Juvenile Lyceum, 207, 239; Organi-

ciety, and   Association, 199,   22;                                            zation of Schools in, 62; population

school funds, 150, 246, 252; School                                          growth, 59; Presbytery of, 169, 170;

Company, 230.                                                                         school charter for, 60; school for

Windsor Library Society, 200, 230.                                                     poor children, 127.

Winfield, 264.                               Zanesville Tp., 249.