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"County and Local Historical Material in the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society Library," Volume 54, Number 3, July-September, 1945, pp. 261-327.
... COUNTY AND LOCAL HISTORICAL MATERIAL COUNTY AND LOCAL HISTORICAL MATERIAL IN THE OHIO STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY LIBRARY Compiled by CLARENCE L WEAVER and HELEN M MILLS PREFACE A great many requests come daily for information on the history of localities in the State In 1936 the first edition of this list was compiled and published with the title County Historical Material in the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society Library as a convenient guide to this material ...

"Three Civil War Letters of James A. Garfield," edited by James D. Norris and James K. Martin. Volume 74, Number 4, Autumn, 1965, pp. 247-252, notes 279-280.
... Three Civil War Letters of James A Garfield edited by JAMES D NORRIS and JAMES K MARTIN I know of no man in the army whose death would crush me so terribly as his Brigadier General James A Garfield wrote to his wife on May 12 1862 concerning Major Frederick Augustus Williams He is a true man and one of my dearest friends1 The young major had contracted typhoid fever during the later stages of the Sandy Valley campaign in the eastern Kentucky mountains On March 19 Garfield who commanded the ...

"Thirteenth Annual Report of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society for the Year February 17, 1897 to February 1, 1898," Volume 6, Numbers 2 & 3, April-July, 1898, pp. 407-429.
... THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE OHIO STATE ARCHEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY FOR THE YEAR FEBRUARY 17 1807 TO FEBRUARY 1 1898 GEN R BRINKERHOFF President E O RANDALL Secretary COLUMBUS O JANUARY 1898 407 To His Excellency Asa S To His Excellency Asa S Bushnell Governor of Ohio SIR-I have the honor to submit herewith the thirteenth annual report of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society covering the year from February 17 1897 to February 1 1898 This ...

"Samuel Watts Davies and The Industrial Revolution in Cincinnati," Volume 70, Number 2, April, 1961, pp. 95-127.
... The OHIO HISTORICAL Quarterly The OHIO HISTORICAL Quarterly VOLUME 70 NUMBER 2 APR I L 1 961 Samuel Watts Davies and The Industrial Revolution in Cincinnati By HARRY R STEVENS IN AN AGE PREOCCUPIED with case studies it is refreshing to discover a man as distinctive and individual as Samuel Watts Davies Although he seems on first acquaintance to be merely a typical aggressive frontier business enterpriser the appearance of similarity is deceptive The resemblance exists but not because Davies ...

Volume 58, Number 3, July, 1949, pp. 349-359.
... HISTORICAL NEWS HISTORICAL NEWS Historical Societies ALLEN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY Lima James A MacDonell President The meeting of the society on May 5 was addressed by John H Davison on the subject How We Came To Be Where We Are a review of the conquest of the Ohio Country Recent issues of the Reporter have carried a record of soldiers of the War of 1812 buried in Allen County Persons having additional information on such soldiers are requested to communicate with the society so as to make ...

"'Bluff Ben' Wade in Lawrence, Kansas: The Issue of Class Conflict," Volume 65, Number 1, January, 1956, pp. 44-52.
... Bluff Ben Wade in Lawrence Kansas Bluff Ben Wade in Lawrence Kansas The Issue of Class Conflict By WILLIAM FRANK ZORNOW Most historians know of Theodore Roosevelt's famous speech at Osawatomie Kansas on August 31 1910 in which he outlined the policies later advocated during the campaign of 1912 but few have considered the equally important Lawrence speech of Senator Benjamin F Wade of Ohio on June 10 1867 The latter might have had considerable effect upon the outcome of the Johnson impeachment ...

"Holmes County Rebellion-Fort Fizzle," Volume 40, Number 1, January, 1931, pp. 30-43.
... 30 Ohio Arch 30 Ohio Arch and Hist Society Publications HOLMES COUNTY REBELLIONFORT FIZZLE J R VANCE I was born in a log cabin situated in Knox Township Holmes County Ohio almost three-quarters of a century ago and have lived here on the farm ever since My information in regard to the events I am about to narrate comes from various sources I heard my father and mother discuss events as they had happened As I grew older I began to ponder on these discussions and to ask questions Many times I ...

"Special Crops in Ohio before 1850," by Robert L. Jones. Volume 54, Number 2, April-June, 1945, pp. 127-142.
... SPECIAL CROPS IN OHIO BEFORE 1850 SPECIAL CROPS IN OHIO BEFORE 1850 BY ROBERT LESLIE JONES A noteworthy aspect of agriculture in Ohio before 1850 was the attention paid to a number of minor crops--rice cotton hemp flax clover seed white beans castor beans hops madder mustard broom corn cow cabbage sugar beets Rohan potatoes and tobacco The farmers were actually carrying on an American tradition for their colonial ancestors had experimented with most of these special crops and with others ...

"Squaw Trail," by George Nelson Hinds. Volume 49, Number 1, January, 1940, pp. 78-83.
... SQUAW TRAIL SQUAW TRAIL BY GEORGE NELSON HINDS John and Elizabeth Hinds and their three sons had emigrated from the Fen country in England to the New World on board a slave ship arriving in 1808 Traveling in an oilskin-covered wagon drawn by their oxen Thomas and Jeremiah they encamped at a point about thirty miles from Albany New York on the Squaw Trail This trail variously labeled the Iroquois trail King Philip's road and described as a tote road and a trace was known to the Indians as Squaw ...

"Fremont in History," Volume 10, Number 1, July, 1901, pp. 49-66.
... Fremont in History Fremont in History 49 FREMONT IN HISTORY BY JULIA M HAYNES The Sandusky country in aboriginal history possesses a peculiar charm and fascinating interest During that period of years which fills western annals with the story of intrigue and bloody conflict the plains and prairies of the Sandusky valley were the home of the most powerful and most generous of the savage nations Less than a century ago these plains now covered by a thriving city presented an interesting variety ...

"Lucas Sullivant Tablet Dedicated," Volume 37, Number 1, January, 1928, pp. 161-176.
... LUCAS SULLIVANT TABLET DEDICATED LUCAS SULLIVANT TABLET DEDICATED On Saturday December 9 1927 the Franklin County Pioneer Association founded in 1866 met in the southwest room of the Franklinton Public School Building for the purpose of unveiling and presenting to the city a bronze tablet marking the home of Lucas Sullivant founder of Franklinton The house that Lucas Sullivant built or a part of it is now incorporated in the larger buildings of the House of the Good Shepherd and it was by the ...

"Water Highways and Carrying Places," by E. L. Taylor. Volume 14, Number 4, October, 1905, pp. 356-395.
... WATER HIGHWAYS AND CARRYING PLACES WATER HIGHWAYS AND CARRYING PLACES E L TAYLOR COLUMBUS The 2d day of May 1497 was one of the most eventful for great results for good of any in human history On that day John Cabot a Venetian by birth but who was then living at the old sea-faring town of Bristol on the west coast of England with eighteen hardy British sailors weighed anchor on the small but good ship Matthew and passed out upon the broad and turbulent waters of the Atlantic on a voyage of ...

by A. A. Graham. Volume 2, Number 3, December, 1888, pp. 430-440.
... PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED UNDER this caption each quarter will be acknowledged all books and periodicals received All such works will be deposited in the library A A GRAHAM Secretary CALENDAR OF THE VIRGINIA STATE PAPERS Six volumes Published by authority of the State under direction of the Superintendent of Public Printing Volume I printed in 1875 begins with a Land Pattent to Henry Palin and John Swingleton issued December 6th 1652 by I Richard Bennett Efq Governour and ...

"Possible Cultural Affiliation of Flint Disk Caches, The," by H. Holmes Ellis. Volume 49, Number 2, April, 1940, pp. 111-120.
... THE POSSIBLE CULTURAL AFFILIATION OF THE POSSIBLE CULTURAL AFFILIATION OF FLINT DISK CACHES By H HOLMES ELLIS Over a period of some seventy-five years archaeological publications have carried occasional references to finds of unused circular or ovoid flat roughly-chipped blanks of flint buried in what have been termed ceremonial or storage caches The Lithic Laboratory for the Eastern United States at the Museum of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society has been able to locate by ...

"Literary Bequests in Early Ohio Wills," by Gerald S. Greenberg. Volume 102, , Winter-Spring, 1993, pp. 20-34.
... GERALD S GERALD S GREENBERG Literary Bequests in Early Ohio Wills Introduction It is not surprising that besides the family Bible few books or libraries are mentioned in early Ohio wills for life on the frontier demanded that one devote full attention to life's essentials For most this meant the acquisition of a piece of land and the construction of a home It is such proprietary bequests therefore that dominate early Ohio wills One does discover however that the early doctors and lawyers of ...

"John Carey, An Ohio Pioneer," by Muriel Kinney. Volume 46, Number 2, April, 1937, pp. 166-198.
... JOHN CAREY AN OHIO PIONEER JOHN CAREY AN OHIO PIONEER By MURIEL KINNEY1 I am proud that I have done my share of work2 John Carey a mere child came to Ohio with his parents in 1798 and in 1822 he again migrated into the New Purchase where he cut a hole in the wilderness and built a home which was typical of early American patriarchal plantations Here he lived for fifty-three years taking active part in whatever concerned the development of the new State Ohio in which he always took great pride ...

"Western Land Policy of the British Government from 1763 to 1775, The," by B. A. Hinsdale. Volume 1, Number 3, December, 1887, pp. 207-229.
... OHIO OHIO Archaeological and Historical QUARTERLY DECEMBER 1887 THE WESTERN LAND POLICY OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT FROM 1763 TO 1775 THE ink with which the treaty of Paris was written was hardly dry when Great Britain took a very important step in the line of a new land policy Just how much this step meant at the time is a matter of dispute but the consequences flowing from it were such as to mark it a distinct new departure Previous to the French and Indian war England had virtually affirmed ...

"Tablet to Abraham Lincoln at Mansfield: Where the Organized Movement Began to Make Him President of the United States," by Charles H. Workman. Volume 34, Number 4, October, 1925, pp. 505-521.
... TABLET TO ABRAHAM LINCOLN AT MANSFIELD TABLET TO ABRAHAM LINCOLN AT MANSFIELD WHERE THE ORGANIZED MOVEMENT BEGAN TO MAKE HIM PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES SPEECH BY HONORABLE CHARLES II WORKMAN I arise on behalf of the Abraham Lincoln Association of Richland county We meet to give proper recognition to our forebears in 1858 in this city and in this country for their political acumen sagacity and intuition We meet to commemorate an important fact or event in the political history of the United ...

"Logan-The Mingo Chief, 1710-1780," Volume 20, Number 2, April, 1911, pp. 137-175.
... LOGAN -THE MINGO CHIEF LOGAN -THE MINGO CHIEF 1710-1780 The Ohio tribes of Indians produced an extraordinary number of illustrious chiefs who figured large in the history of their race Among these were Pontiac Tecumseh Cornstalk Little Turtle Blue Jacket and a score of others who left distinguished records as warriors orators and tribal leaders Among these perhaps no one gained a fame so wide as that acquired by Logan the Mingo chief who refused to attend the Treaty of Camp Charlotte and at ...

Volume 59, Number 3, July, 1950, pp. 313-323.
... HISTORICAL NEWS HISTORICAL NEWS Historical Societies ALLIANCE HISTORICAL SOCIETY Alliance Mrs Fred Donaldson President The Alliance Historical Society is cooperating with other groups in the observance of the centennial of Alliance this summer A series of events is planned culminating in those of the week of August 26 - September 2 1950 Copies of old pictures of Alliance are being made by the society which is also publishing a centennial history of the city AMERICAN JEWISH ARCHIVES Cincinnati ...