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"Municipal Government in an Average City: Cleveland, 1876-1900," Volume 62, Number 1, January, 1953, pp. 1-24.
... MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT IN AN AVERAGE CITY MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT IN AN AVERAGE CITY CLEVELAND 1876-1900 by JAMES B WHIPPLE Instructor in History Western Reserve University I Studies of municipal politics have tended to emphasize the best governed city or the worst In many ways this may be an accurate reflection of the national scene where contemporaries were preoccupied with the same extremes Cleveland between 1876 and 1900 does not fall into either of these classifications Nevertheless taken as ...

"The Moravian Records, Volume Two: The Diaries of Zeisberger Relating to the First Missions in the Ohio Basin," edited by Archer Butler Hulbert and William Nathaniel Schwarze. Volume 21, Number 1, January, 1912, pp. 1-125.
... OHIO OHIO Archaeological and Historical QUARTERLY THE MORAVIAN RECORDS VOLUME TWO THE DIARIES OF ZEISBERGER RELATING TO THE FIRST MISSIONS IN THE OHIO BASIN EDITED BY ARCHER BUTLER HULBERT AND WILLIAM NATHANIEL SCHWARZE INTRODUCTION THE MISSIONS OF THE UNITAS FRATRUM The ancient church of the Unitas Fratrum the United Brethren or Moravians as they became widely known from their original home-land was all but utterly destroyed by the persecutions that accompanied the Thirty Years' War Fleeing ...

"Washington and Ohio," by E. O. Randall. Volume 16, Number 4, October, 1907, pp. 477-501.
... WASHINGTON AND OHIO WASHINGTON AND OHIO E O RANDALL LL M The many-sidedness of Washington presents an unfailing field of study in his character and career His varied accomplishments in each of which he was facile prince ps again and again quicken our interest in and increase our admiration for the foremost figure in American annals So glorious was he in the pomp and circumstance of the War of Independence and so wise and potent was he in the arena of our national awakening that we are apt to ...

Volume 49, Number 4, October, 1940, pp. 421-445.
... GENERAL INDEX TO VOLUME XLIX GENERAL INDEX TO VOLUME XLIX Abbot Capt 275 history 105 nationalism 133 education Acoustic sound 355 185-90 mobilization for war 249-61 reAdams Alice Dana cited 160-1 sources 252 culture 261 Swiss 281 Adams C F cited 50 284 286 cholera 378 383 frontier 404 Adams John 408 life 405 See also British America Adams John Quincy 44 50 52-3 56 Central America and South America 163 304 American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Adams Dr R E W 342-3 Society 162 Adams Co 0 19 232 ...

Volume 45, Number 4, October, 1936, pp. 383-413.
... GENERAL INDEX TO VOL GENERAL INDEX TO VOL XLV Abingdon Ill 348 Abingdon Press 231 Abolition movement 174 367 Abolitionists175 366 867 Aborigines 8357 358 Accounts 162 209 Adams Henry--History of the United States 76 Adams John Quincy 78 81 83 84 85 86 302 304 305 316 317 --Memoirs 76 79 81 85 87 Adams R E W 187 Adams County La 351 Adams County O 182 186 220 229 235 259 311 --Bibliography 95 Adams Syndicate 231 Addison O 153 Adelphi O Marietta371 372 Aerial photography in archaeology 189 193 ...

"The McGuffey Society at the Logan Elm," Volume 31, Number 4, October, 1922, pp. 355-379.
... THE McGUFFEY SOCIETY AT THE LOGAN ELM THE McGUFFEY SOCIETY AT THE LOGAN ELM The McGuffey Society of Columbus was organized to perpetuate the memory of Dr William H McGuffey He was one of Ohio's greatest educators but his place in history and in the affections of thousands is fixed by his famous series of Readers familiar to the present and last two generations The officers of this Society conceived the original and unique idea of a gathering of its members and guests beneath the shadowing ...

"William McKinley and the Tariff," by H. Wayne Morgan. Volume 74, Number 4, Autumn, 1965, pp. 215-231, notes 277-279.
... William McKinley and the Tariff William McKinley and the Tariff by H WAYNE MORGAN Two issues the currency and the tariff dominated national party politics in the years after the election of 1876 had eased the major conflicts of Reconstruction Historians generally tend to dismiss the tariff issue or to argue that politicians used it to divert public attention from more important problems It was far from irrelevant however since it involved the two most basic problems of the time the nature of ...

Volume 107, , Summer-Autumn, 1998, pp. 219-238.
... Index Index COMPILED BY LAURA A RUSSELL AAAS See American Association for the Advancement of Science Abbott Charles Conrad 133-134 135 Works by and Frederick Ward Putnam Paleolithic Remains in new Jersey 136 Abolition Movement The Two Lives of Frances Dana Gage by Carol Steinhagen 22-38 Acker Betty W and Nettie G Watson Stonemasons o f Muskingum County Ohio in the I00's bk note 118 Adair James 164 Adena Indians 125-170 Adena tables 150-157 Aiming at Targets The Autobiography of Robert C ...

"Second Party System Collapses: The 1853 Maine Law Campaign in Ohio, The," by Anthony Gene Carey. Volume 100, , Summer-Autumn, 1991, pp. 129-153.
... ANTHONY GENE CAREY ANTHONY GENE CAREY The Second Party System Collapses The 1853 Maine Law Campaign in Ohio As he sat at his desk in Cincinnati in late September 1852 Rutherford B Hayes recorded his thoughts on the apparent disintegration of a party system that had held the loyalties of Americans for a generation Government no longer has its ancient importance he wrote Its duties and its powers no longer reach to the happiness of the people The people's progress progress of every sort no ...

"Zane's Trace," by Clement L. Martzolff. Volume 13, Number 3, July, 1904, pp. 297-331.
... ZANE'S TRACE ZANE'S TRACE CLEMENT L MARTZOLFF The first road maker in our country was the buffalo His successor was the Indian Instinct told the buffalo where to make his path Nature which is another name for instinct prompted the red man in marking his trail The white man came and reason told him that the red man and the buffalo had selected the driest shortest and most practicable routes of migration This is only another way of saying that the geography of any country determines its history ...

"Captain T. W. Rathbone's 'Brief Diary of Imprisonment,' July 1-November 21, 1864," edited by Louis Bartlett. Volume 71, Number 1, January, 1962, pp. 33-56, notes 79-80.
... CAPTAIN T W RATHBONE'S BRIEF DIARY OF IMPRISONMENT JULY 1 - NOVEMBER 21 1864 edited by LOUIS BARTLETT Thomas W Rathbone of Amelia Ohio was thirty-nine years old and a captain in an Ohio National Guard regiment on one hundred days' service when he was taken prisoner after a skirmish near North River Mills West Virginia on July 3 1864 Two months later while a patient in the Roper Hospital at Charleston South Carolina he began writing the diary which appears in the following pages To make it a ...

"Thirty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society," Volume 30, Number 4, October, 1921, pp. 502-538.
... THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE OHIO STATE THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE OHIO STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY CALL FOR ANNUAL MEETING COLUMBUS October 1 1921 The annual meeting of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society will be held in the Museum and Library Building of the Society Wednesday October 12 1 921 The forenoon session which opens at half past nine o'clock will be devoted entirely to the reading of reports and other matters of routine business It ...

"The Pathfinders of Jefferson County," compiled by W. H. Hunter. Volume 6, Numbers 2 & 3, April-July, 1898, pp. 95-313.
... THE PATHFINDERS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY THE PATHFINDERS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY COMPILED BY W H HUNTER1 STEUBENVILLE GAZETTE I Who were the Pathfinders - The Scoth-Irish Exerted Potent Influence in Winning the Ohio Country from the Wilderness and the Indians - Ohio History from the PennsylvaniaVirginia Point of View - The Third Race Division not noted by Historians - The Scotch-Irish and not the Puritans and Cavaliers made Ohio By means of the ever busy and facile pens of the descendants of the noble ...

Volume 50, Binding Supplement, , 1941, pp. 417-431.
... GENERAL INDEX TO VOLUME L GENERAL INDEX TO VOLUME L Aberdeen O 118 American Periodical Literature Index Abolitionists 262 to Early 316 Aboriginal Man 141-4 American Philosophical Society336 Ackley Horace 340 American Public Health Association Adams Co250 365 382 Adams John 58 American Republicans 20 Adams John Quincy 21 American Revolution 4 17 25 31 33 Adams Randolph G12 47 99 36 37 44 60 66 71 72 74 85 86 87 Adams Samuel 186 88 244 274 Adena Mounds 203 American State Papers 317 Adena Plain ...

Volume 31, Binding Supplement, , 1922, pp. 635-653.
... INDEX TO VOLUME XXXI INDEX TO VOLUME XXXI Abbott Julius D tells of the last visit tobacco pipes 513-522 bone impleof Grant to Clermont County 245 ments 522-523 chipped flint impleAbbott Louise her paper on The Grants ments 523-525 implements made of at Bethel 241-245 copper 525-528 ornaments of copper Adams Charles Francis Jr 83 his let529-555 bead necklaces 555-556 beads ter urging Carl Schurz to take part in of metal 556-557 objects made of Ohio political campaign of 1875 83-84 shell 557-559 ...

"The Wisconsin Archaeological Society, State Field Assembly, July 29-30, 1910," by Charles E. Brown. Volume 19, Number 4, October, 1910, pp. 333-359.
... THE WISCONSIN ARCHEOLOGICAL SOCIETY THE WISCONSIN ARCHEOLOGICAL SOCIETY STATE FIELD ASSEMBLY July 29-30 1910 REPORT BY CHARLES E BROWN CURATOR Several years ago the Wisconsin Archaeological Society adopted the plan of holding summer field meetings of its members in various sections of Wisconsin which were known to be rich in prehistoric Indian remains The purpose of these annual gatherings was doubly that of extending their acquaintance with the features of the local archaeological field and ...

Volume 88, Number 4, Autumn, 1979, pp. 454-470.
... Index Index COMPILED BY LAURA RUSSELL ABOLITION 37-56 Abortion in America The Origins and Evolution of National Policy by James C Mohr rev 218-220 Achenbaum W Andrew Old Age in the New Land The American Experience Since 1790 rev 427-429 Act of February 26 1816 poor house authorization 84 Adams John 133 Adams John Quincy 12 13 16 17 18 1920 22 23 24 26 29 46 Adams-Clay party 13 17 Addams Jane 62 Adelphic Society of Western Reserve College 201 204 206 Adkins vs Children's Hospital 190 ...

"The Correspondence of George A. Myers and James Ford Rhodes, 1910-1923," edited by John A. Garraty. Volume 64, Number 1, January, 1955, pp. 1-29.
... The OHIO HISTORICAL Quarterly The OHIO HISTORICAL Quarterly VOLUME 64 NUMBER 1 JANUARY 1955 The Correspondence of George A Myers and James Ford Rhodes 1910-1923 Edited by JOHN A GA RR ATY In the eighteen eighties when James Ford Rhodes was still a Cleveland ironmaster he was in the habit of being shaved and having his formidable Picadilly Weepers trimmed by a young Negro barber named George A Myers Later after Rhodes had retired from business to take up his distinguished career as a historian ...

"Land in the Old Northwest: A Study of Speculation, Sales, and Settlement on the Connecticut Western Reserve," by Brian Harte. Volume 101, , Summer-Autumn, 1992, pp. 114-139.
... BRIAN HARTE BRIAN HARTE Land in the Old Northwest A Study of Speculation Sales and Settlement on the Connecticut Western Reserve Settlers who came to the American West from the Northeast carried with them a vision of what their new lives would involve The act of moving to the West required a leap of faith a presumption that they could convert their vision into reality Despite their uncertainties these pioneers were aware of and depended on certain existing parameters that would stabilize their ...

"History of the Democratic Party Organization in the Northwest, 1824-1840," Volume 24, Number 1, January, 1915, pp. 1-120.
... OHIO OHIO Archaeological and Historical PUBLICATIONS HISTORY OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY ORAGNIZATION IN THE NORTHWEST 1824-184 0 BY HOMER J WEBSTER PH D Department of History University of Pittsburgh NOTE In the preparation of this work the writer has received very helpful suggestions from Professor Frederic L Paxson of the University of Wisconsin while in every part of the work he has received invaluable assistance from his wife-Edith Francisco Webster To both of these he desires to express here ...