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"The Croghan Celebration," by Lucy Elliot Keeler. Volume 16, Number 1, January, 1907, pp. 1-105.
... OHIO OHIO Archaeological and Historical PUBLICATIONS THE C ROGHAN CELEBRATION LUCY ELLIOT KEELER It was not bad usage of the old Romans to bring down from its niche the waxen image of an eminent ancestor on the anniversary of his natal day to recall his features and achievements to their own minds and impress them upon the younger generation A like tribute the patriotic citizens of Fremont Ohio pay from time to time to their local hero Major George Croghan on the anniversary of that notable ...

"Tecumseh, The Shawnee Chief," by E. O. Randall. Volume 15, Number 4, October, 1906, pp. 418-497.
... TECUMSEH THE SHAWNEE CHIEF TECUMSEH THE SHAWNEE CHIEF E O RANDALL Among the savage races of history no one is more extraordinary unique or fascinating in character and custom in action and achievement than the aborigine who roamed the forests of North America before and at the arrival of the European discoverers and settlers Then roved the Indian As free as nature first made man Ere the base laws of servitude began When wild in woods the noble savage ran In these people so peculiar and ...

The Kentucky Revival and its Influence on the Miami Valley," by J. P. MacLean. Volume 12, Number 3, July, 1903, pp. 242-286.
... THE KENTUCKY REVIVAL AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE KENTUCKY REVIVAL AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE MIAMI VALLEY BY J P MAC LEAN The Miami Valley properly embraces all the country north of the Ohio that is drained by the Great and Little Miami rivers and their tributaries In this paper it is used to designate the southwestern quarter of the State of Ohio or that territory lying west of a line drawn due south from Columbus to the Ohio river and south of another line drawn due west from Columbus to the ...

"Felix Renick, Pioneer," by Charles Sumner Plumb. Volume 33, Number 1, January, 1924, pp. 3-66.
... OHIO OHIO Archaeological and Historical PUBLICATIONS FELIX RENICK PIONEER BY CHARLES SUMNER PLUMB Professor of Animal Husbandry Ohio State University The following historical contribution relates to the life of a man who became a notable figure in the pioneer days of Ohio The motive underlying the preparation of this sketch is to pay tribute to the memory of Felix Renick in recognition of the great service he rendered to the improvement of American Shorthorn cattle According to William Renick ...

"Ohio in Short Stories, 1824-1839," by Lucille B. Emch. Volume 53, Number 3, July-September, 1944, pp. 209-250.
... OHIO IN SHORT STORIES 1824-1839 OHIO IN SHORT STORIES 1824-1839 BY LUCILLE B EMCH In the Ohio Valley of the 1820 ' s and 1830's there occurred a stir of literary activity which for the time and character of the events was most unusual The perspective gained by the passing of more than a century adds to rather than detracts from the significance of the movement The publishing center of the West during the twenties and thirties was Cincinnati which with a population of 24831 in 1830 was by far ...

"Maumee Valley International Historical Convention, September 27-29, 1940: Proceedings," Volume 50, Number 1, January-March, 1941, pp. 1-98.
... PROCEEDINGS OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE MAUMEE VALLEY INTERNATIONAL HISTORICAL CONVENTION SEPTEMBER 27-29 1940 EDITORIAL By HARLOW LINDLEY Because of the uniqueness of the Maumee Valley International Historical Convention organized to commemorate the place of the Maumee Valley in American history it seems eminently proper that its records should be permanently preserved and since the heart of the valley is within the limits of the State of Ohio it is logical that the Ohio State Archaeological ...

"From England to Ohio, 1830-1832: The Journal of Thomas K. Wharton-II," edited by James H. Rodabaugh. Volume 65, Number 2, April, 1956, pp. 111-151.
... The OHIO HISTORICAL Quarterly The OHIO HISTORICAL Quarterly VOLUME 65 NUMBER 2 APRIL 1956 From England to Ohio 1830-1832 The Journal of Thomas K Wharton-- II Edited by JAME S H RODABAUGH This is the second and final installment of the Wharton journal the first having appeared in the January issue pages 1-27 along with a brief sketch of Wharton Wharton as a boy of sixteen sailed with his mother brothers and sisters from Hull May 3 1830 to join his father who had acquired a farm near Piqua Ohio ...

Volume 51, Binding Supplement, , 1942, pp. 357-381.
... GENERAL INDEX TO VOLUME LI GENERAL INDEX TO VOLUME LI ABBREVIATION use of by Americans 106 American Colonization Soc Shunk Abolition and abolitionists 1837 in E W Ohio in Africa79-88 Ill 53 hinder Ohio in Africa American Journal of Dental Science 295 plan 87 American Journal of Dental Surgery 296 Academies in early Ohio 93 American Library Assoc 194 Accessions to Society's Library pamAmerican Medical Assoc 290 phlets periods and vols 216 American Medical Botany 313 Accommodations of travel in ...

Volume 63, Number 1, January, 1954, pp. 77-111.
... BOOK REVIEWS BOOK REVIEWS Guide to the Manuscript Collections in the Library of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society By Elizabeth C Biggert Columbus Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society 1953 x-153p index Paper 150 cloth 250 The social economic and political history of Ohio is well represented in the manuscript collections of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society Library which totals approximately 1500000 separate pieces This library is the repository ...

"Collections of the Rutherford B. Hayes State Memorial," Volume 71, Number 2, July, 1962, pp. 51-157.
... DIARY OF IMPRISONMENT 51 DIARY OF IMPRISONMENT 51 Saturday 29 Very cold night--heavy frost No ax to be had My mess tried to make an apology for last nights treatment but I told them that I had been with my friend--out upon such selfishness Such is the action of a large portion of the prisoners Cannot send letters through without a CS stamp on them Wrote yesterday to wife but am waiting to get a stamp Lt Thos Hare gave me a stamp and I put the letter in the box Slept with Lt Anderson 3rd Iowa ...

Volume 108, , Winter-Spring, 1999, pp. 62-116.
... Book Reviews Book Reviews The Rise of the National Guard The Evolution of the American Militia 18651920 By Jerry Cooper Lincoln University of Nebraska Press 1997 xviii 246 pages illustrations notes appendices selected bibliography index 4500 First line of defense or strikebreakers-politicians or professionals-social butterflies or warriors In this well-written and documented book Jerry Cooper traces the statutory history of the National Guard as it evolves from the volunteer soldiery to the ...

Volume 71, Number 2, July, 1962, pp. 164-192.
... BOOK REVIEWS SCHLIEMANN IN INDIANAPOLIS Edited by Eli Lilly Indianapolis Indiana Historical Society 1961 ix95p illustrations appendix and index 500 Heinrich Schliemann is known to all lovers of ancient Greece for his excavations of the site of ancient Troy and for other diggings which established his reputation as the first modern archaeologist Relatively few however know of his visits to the United States and his sojourn in Indianapolis The latter is the main theme of the diary and letters ...

"Introduction of Methodism in Ohio," by I. F. King. Volume 10, Number 2, October, 1901, pp. 165-219.
... Introduction of Methodism in Ohio Introduction of Methodism in Ohio 165 INTRODUCTION OF METHODISM IN OHIO BY REV I F KING D D Dr King is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University in the class of 1858 He received the degree of D D from Miami University For forty-three years he has served in the ministry of his church and for fourteen years was a presiding elder in the Ohio ConferenceEDITOR The recent celebration at Delaware Ohio of the one hundredth anniversary of the introduction of Methodism in ...

"Ohio in the War of 1812" First Newspaper in the West Reserve," Volume 28, Number 3, July, 1919, pp. 286-368.
... OHIO IN THE WAR OF 1812 OHIO IN THE WAR OF 1812 FIRST NEWSPAPER IN THE WEST RESERVE The first newspaper published in the Western Reserve was the TRUMP OF FAME edited by Thomas D Webb It was a weekly published at Warren Trumbull County the first issue being dated June 16 1812--The date of the declaration of war by Congress David Fleming was the printer As the first volume covers the year 1812 the first half year of the war it is doubly interesting as giving information at first hand concerning ...

"Report of Field Work Carried on in the Muskingum, Scioto and Ohio Valleys During the Season of 1896," by Warren King Moorehead. Volume 5, Annual, August, 1897, pp. 165-274.
... REPORT OF FIELD WORK REPORT OF FIELD WORK CARRIED ON IN THE MUSKINGUM SCIOTO AND OHIO VALLEYS DURING THE SEASON OF 1896 BY WARREN KING MOOREHEAD IN CHARGE OF EXPLORATIONS PREFACE It is interesting to note that as general archaeology progresses in the United States men are more inclined to confine their observations to special or limited areas A generation ago before the Government the Museums of our various cities and the Scientific and Historical Societies undertook large explorations it was ...

"The Report of the Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society," Volume 41, Number 3, July, 1932, pp. 536-622.
... THE REPORT OF THE FORTY-SIXTH ANTHE REPORT OF THE FORTY-SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE OHIO STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY MORNING SESSION The annual meeting of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society convened at 10 o'clock am Tuesday April 26 1932 in the auditorium of the Museum and Library building of the Society There were present Dr W O Thompson Mr O K Reams Mr Lowry Sater Miss Jeannette Shields Mrs C B Galbreath Mr J W Johnson Mr Dudley T Fisher Sr Dr Harlow Lindley ...

"The Centenary Celebration of the Birth of Rutherford Birchard Hayes at Spiegel Gove, Fremont, Ohio," Volume 32, Number 2, April, 1923, pp. 328-425.
... THE CENTENARY CELEBRATION OF THE BIRTH THE CENTENARY CELEBRATION OF THE BIRTH OF RUTHERFORD BIRCHARD HAYES AT SPIEGEL GROVE FREMONT OHIO BY LUCY ELLIOT KEELER Of which I was a great part is the classic motto which for almost twenty centuries hero after hero has proudly taken to himself President Hayes would smilingly have passed it by Perhaps no other phrase exists however which so effectively describes the pervasion of his personality through all the commemorative events and the scene in ...

Volume 104, , Summer-Autumn, 1995, pp. 187-224.
... Book Reviews Book Reviews Between Indian and White Worlds The Cultural Broker Edited by Margaret Connell Szasz Norman University of Oklahoma Press 1994 xii 386p illustrations maps notes bibliography index 4500 Frontier history has been redefined within the last fifteen years Between Indian and White Worlds The Cultural Broker is a reflection both of emerging interests and shifting perspectives within the field In 1893 Frederick Jackson Turner described the American frontier as the westward ...

Volume 102, , Winter-Spring, 1993, pp. 40-76.
... Book Reviews Book Reviews The Selected Letters of Charles Sumner Volume One 1830-1859 Edited by Beverly Wilson Palmer Boston Northeastern University Press 1990 xxxvii 538p illustrations editing principles chronology abbreviations list of recipients notes 13000 per set The Selected Letters of Charles Sumner Volume Two 1859-1874 Edited by Beverly Wilson Palmer Boston Northeastern University Press 1990 vii 703p illustrations notes index 13000 per set Literary giant Henry James dubbed him the ...

"Fowke's Book Again," Volume 12, Number 3, July, 1903, pp. 24-328.
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