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OHIO ARCHAEOLOGICAL 
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QUARTERLY 



SUPPLEMENT TO VOL. XL 
INCLUDING INDEX FOR VOLS. I -XI INCLUSIVE 




COLUMBUS, OHIO : 

PRESS OF PRED. J. HEER 
1903 



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NOTICE. 



This Index herewith issued covers the subjects and contents 
of the first ten volumes of the annual publications of the Ohio 
State Archceological & Historical Society and also of the July and 
October quarterlies 1902 which two quarterlies with this com- 
plete index comprises Volume XL Volume XII will therefore 
begin with the January quarterly for 1903. 

E. O. Randall, Secy. 



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Abbeville, France, Paleolithic implements , found at I 177 

Abbott, Lyman, Mention of IV 307 

Abbott, Dr. discovers paleolithic implements I 177 

Abbott, Chas. C, "Primitive Industry," Book Notice 1 109 

Abolition, Colony and its founders IV 30 

First American for VI 2(i4 

"Genius of Universal Emancipation," IV 56 

Jefferson County, in VI 352 

Party of * X 334 

Quakers' connection with IV 57 

Scotch-Irish sentiment for VI 100 

Societies, Early formation of IV 49 

Abolitionist, Garrison, William Lloyd IV 55 

Jay, William IV 55 

Lundy, Benjamin IV 56 

Abolitionists II 510 

First meeting of in Ohio VI 275 

Aboriginal History of Butler County I 64 

Aborigines, Methods of making implements, (See Prehis- 
toric Races) II 521 

Abraham , Reference to Ill 178 

Academies , in Western Reserve VI 47 , 50 

in Jefferson County VIII 136 

"A century and its lessons," Address, Morrison Ill 27 

Acts , Boston Port Bill I 226 

Massachusetts Bay Bill ^ I 226 

Quebec I 225 

Adams , Abagail , Mention of IV 347 

Adams County, Bibliography of earthworks in I 69 

County seat of V 335 

Earthworks of V 208, VII 176 

Establishment of I 309 

Evolution of V 334 

Members of First Constitutional Con- 
vention from V 81 

Mound and stone grave in V 210 

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Adams County, Original boundary of V 335 

Prehistoric remains in V 265 

Review of History of IX 527 

View of Stone Mound in V 209 

Adams, Charles Francis, Opinion of Hayes IV 352 

Adams, John, Appoints St. Clair, governor I 316 

Reappoints St. Clair governor II 64 

Commissioner to Paris I 3 

Adams , J. Q. , Administration of IV 253 

Mention of II 203 IV 846 

Opinion of, on Vinton IV 260 

Quotation from IX 290 

Vinton's eulogy at death of IV 257 

Adams, Dr. Ziba, Account of HI 256 

Adamsville, Mention of V 335 

Addison L. G. , "Ohio boundary or Erie War." II 340 

Addresses — 

"A century and its lessons." Ill 27 

"Beginnings of the colonial system of United States" 

Andrews I 1 

Brinkerhoff before Society VI 430 

' Campbell, James E., Gallipolis Centennial Ill 161 

Canfield before Society VI 455 

Chapin, Rev. A. L., Marietta Centennial II 126 

"Col. Wm. Crawford , " Anderson VI 1 

Cook, John M., Steubenville Centennial VI 345 

Cowan at unveiling Fort Washington monument X 5 

Cox, at Marietta II 150 

Curtis, Henry B., Memorial I 47 

Davis, Hon. Webster, Steubenville Centennial VI 347 

"Early explorations of French in America," Graham III 13 
"Early intellectual development in the Ohio Valley," 

Venable I 105 

"Educational lessons of this hour," Thompson Ill 168 

"First navigation of the earth," Hinsdale I 164 

Foraker, J. B., at Marietta Centennial II 13 

"Franklinton , " Beatty VI 59 

Gallipolis Centennial , Marshall at Ill 172 

Gallipolis Centennial, Jones J. V. at Ill 175 

"Galloway Samuel," Gladden, IV 263 

Gill, Hon. J. J., Steubenville Centennial VI 344 

Hale, Edward Everett II 94 

Hanna, M. A., Pan-American Exposition X 141 

Hayes, R. B., Marietta Centennial, at, II 50 



Index for J^oliiuics I to XI. 



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Addresses — Concluded. Vol. Page 
"History of Popular Education in Western Reserve," 

Hinsdale VI 35 

"History and prospects of the Society," Sessions.... I 332 

Hoar, Geo. F. , Marietta Centennial H 14 

"Influence of pioneers' character upon state's history I 93 

Jefferson County Centennial , Hurst at . VI 370 

"John A. Bingham , " Foraker X 331 

"John Heckelweder , " Rice VII 314 

"Lake county and its founder," Mills X 361 

Marietta Centennial , Farrar * II 174 

"Mound Builders, The," MacLean I 291 

Nash, Geo. K. , at Pan-American Exposition X 27 

"Northwest Territory," Arnett VIII 433 

"Ohio — first child of the Northw-est" X 128 

"Ohio Indians, The," Taylor VI 72 

"Ohio," Peaslee I 91 

"Ohio Archaeological Society, Old." Brinkerhoff . . . . I 89 

Orton, Prof. Edward, Gladden VIII 409 

Orton before Society 1898 VI 448 

"Pioneer days in central Ohio," Curtis I 243 

Prehistoric remains in Northwestern Ohio, Hart .... I 101 
"Relation of Glacial period to Archaeology of Ohio," 

Wright I 174 

"Rio Grande College," Davis HI 164 

"Scioto Company and the French Grant," Ryan Ill 14 

Sessions, before Society at Marietta II 145 

"Settlement of Ohio , " Cutler I 'J2 

Sickles , Gen. Daniel VI 330 

Smith, at Marietta Centennial II 187 

"St. Clair's Defeat," Hunt VIII 373 

Storrs, Henry M., at Marietta Centennial II 99 

"These are my jewels," Tompkins X 132 

Trainer, J. H. S., Steubenville Centennial VI 336 

Tucker, John Randolph, Marietta Centennial II 64 

Tuttle, Joseph F. . Marietta Centennial II 132 

Venable at Steubenville Centennial VI 318 

Wright, G. F., before 5"oa>;y, 1898 VI 433 

Addresses before Society VI 430 

before Society at Marietta, II 145 

Adena Mound. — 

Bark sepulcher in X 467-469 

Beaver teeth found in X 470 

Bones , animal , found in X 472 

Bones , calcined , found in X 467" 



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Adena Mound — Concluded. Vol. Page 

Bones, elk, found in X 471 

Clay pipe found in X 461 

Cloth found in X 464 

Copper bracelets found in X 457-468 

Excavations of X 452 

Figure 1 (Showing the Two Sections) X 453 

Figure 2 (First Cut) X 456 

Figure 3 (Sand Dome of Original Mound X 457 

Figure 4 (Copper Bracelet) X 457 

Figure 5 (Copper Rings) X 458 

Figure 6 (Cloth) X 458 

Figure 7 (Mica Strips) X 458 

Figure 8 (Second Cut) X 459 

Figure 9 (Shell Hoe) X 459 

Figure 10 ( Slate Gorget) X 461 

Figure 11 (Tube Pipe) X 461 

Figure 12 (Sepulcher) X 462 

Figure 13 (Timber Cast) X 463 

Figure 14 (Skeleton) X 463 

Figure 15 (Spear) X 464 

Figure 16 (Copper Bracelets) X 464 

Figure 17 ( Limestone Gorget) X 465 

Figure 18 (Log Sepulcher) X 466 

Figure 19 ( Central Grave in) .• X 468 

Figure 20 (Flint Knives) X 469 

Figure 21 (Sandstone Tablet) X 470 

Figure 22 (Beaver Teeth) X 470 

Figure 23 (Bone Awl) X 471 

Figure 24 (Bone Awl) X 471 

Figure 25 (Flint Spear) X 473 

Figure 26 (Beads) X 474 

Figure 27 (Raccoon Effigy) X 475 

Flint Ridge Material found in X 469 

Mode of burial in X 454 

Reburials in X 463 

Shell hoes found in X 459 

Skeletons found in X 454 ,458 

Stone tablet found in X 469 

Timbers found in X 462 

View of X 451 

Adultery, Indian penalty for VII 86 

""Adventures of pioneer children," Colerick, Notice of.... II 438 

■'A familar talk about Monarchists and Jacobins," Smith.. II 187 

African Methodist Church VIII 461 



Index far Volnuics I to XL ■ 271' 

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Agassiz, August, fellow-student Lesquereux IV 280 

Agassiz, Louis, comes to America IV 286 

forms friendship with Lesquereux IV 285' 

^lention of IV 280 

"Age of the Crusades , " Ill 27 

Agnew, Margaret, marries Blennerhassett I 128 

Agriculture, among pre-historic people of Ohio IV 372 

Early account of, in Ohio Ill 90' 

Ohio, in X 136 

Pioneer .' IX 343 

Aix La Chapelle , Result of peace of I 224 ' 

Akron School Law VI 44, 54 

Alaman River Ill 108 

Albany, Atwood Institute at Ill 165. 

Albany Congress I 211 

Indian treaty at VII 38 

Albany Convention X 403' 

Alexander, Archibald, Liberty Hall founded by VI 102 

Alexander Pope, Bull issued by I. . 167 

Demarcation Line of II 257 

Alexander's Line, Result of II 359 

Alexandria, French settlers land at Ill 128' 

Algonquin, Families of, in Ohio VI, 75; VII 3 

Territory of VI 75^ 

Allen County. Earthworks in, number of VII 197 

Fort Amanda in Ill 309 

Prehistoric remains in V 272 

Allen, "Land Bill." Sketch of X 98 

Allen, William, Candidate for Senator I 120- 

Commissioner in Ohio and Michigan dis- 
pute IV 221 

Defeated for governor IV 349* 

Governor of Ohio VI 273 

Mention of Ill 158^ 

Senator from Ohio VI 226'. 

Sketch of II 468 

Alligator Mound VI 430" 

Presentation of I 57 

Alston, Governor, Aids Burr I 147 

Alston, Theodosia Burr, Charms of I 147 

Amanda, Fort, Description of Ill 309" 

America. England's claim to portion of IV 88 

' Imlay's book on I 233 

Mistaken ideas as to size of IV 85 



272 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Pnhlications. 

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America, Prestige of VI 381 

"American Conspiracies, History of," Victor, Mention of. I 150 

American flag, Ohio Valley under X 414 

American Historical Association I 289 

Formation of II 796 

Mention of II 346 

American Review, Quotations from on Vinton IV 239 

"American State Constitution," Hitchcock, Notice of I 206 

"American State Papers," Mention of Ill 275 

Americans, Cosmopolitan character of II 103 

Amherst, Sir Jeffrey, Diabolical plot of, against Indians. . VII 46 

"Ancient Correspondence," Linton IX 117 

"Ancient work, near Oxford, O. ," McFarland I 265 

Anderson, Charles, Tribute to Jeremiah Morrow II 207 

Anderson, Isaac, Lochry expedition, Journal of, by VI 389 

Anderson, James H, Address, "Col. Wm. Crawford,".... VI 1 

Ancestry of VI 212 

Halbedel's letter to VI 1 

Sketch of IV 452 

Anderson, Major, Buchanan orders to remain at Sumter.. VI 380 

Andre, Major, Mention of Ill 142 

Andrews , E. F. , Painter VI 304 

Andrews, I. W. — 

Address "Beginnings of our colonial system," I 1 

Death of II 9 

Furnishes list of petitioners for Bounty Lands I 37 

Memorial address on II 253 

Memorial exercises for II 345 

Memorial meeting for II 339 

Portrait of II 253 

Sketch of II 256 

Andrews , John W. , Sketch of IV 452 

Submits resolutions on death of 

Henry B. Curtis 1 113 

Andrews, Prof. , Explorations of ... V 284 

"An early abolition colony and its founder," Graham IV 30 

Animals, American forests, in VII 16 

Bones of, found in mounds X 472 

Annalists of Ohio Valley and early travelers I 230 

"Annals of Congress," Mention of Ill 275 

Ann Arbor, Constitutional Convention at IV 288 

Annual Register defends English land policy I 227 

Annual Register, Quoted from concerning King's Procla- 
mation, 1763 I 210 



Index for J\ilitincs I to XI. 273 



"'An outing on the Congo," Safford 

Anti-federalists, Ohio leaders of 

Part played by, in Ohio's admission 

"Antiquities of the State of Ohio," Shepherd, Notice of. .. . 

Anti-slavery VI, 349, 

Franklin College, at VIII 

Gallagher's connection with 

Jefferson County, in 

Morris on 

Movement of 

Anthropology, Mills lectures on 

Apples, Nesley varieties of 

Varieties originated in Ohio 

""Appleseed Johnny." Death of, (See Chapman, John).... 

Jefferson County, in 

Monument to 

Orchards planted by 

Pocket-book of 

Poem to 

Application to erect Northwest Territory into a State 

Appropriations for Society 

ArchjEologic Map of Ohio V, 256, 286, 

Archseologic work in Ohio 

Archaeological Association of Ohio, State, Mention of.... 
Archaeological and Historical Society of Ohio, State — 

Articles of incorporation 

Business meeting, March, 1885 

Charter members of 

Final organization of 

First Board of Trustees of 

First public meeting of 

Meets at Hamilton with local Society 

Obj ects of 

Officers of, 1885 

Organization of 

Proceedings of, 1885 

Work to be done by, (See Society) 

Archseological and historical collections in Ohio, List of. .. . 

Archaeological collection of Thomas Cleaney 

Archaeological department of Society V, 324; 

Archaeological department of Society, 1894 

Archaeological directory of Ohio, Graham 

Archaeological exhibit for the Ohio Centennial 

''Archaeological History of Ohio." McLean's review of 

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"Archaeological History of Ohio." Peet"s review of XI 139 

Proposed publication of. VIII 358 

Publication of .IX, 398; XI 77 

Archaeological Map of Ohio IV 421 

Growth of VIII 335 

Progress of VII -280 

Archaeological Museum of Socirfy — 

Orton Hail VIII 338 

View of VIII 342 

"Archaeological records of the past," Review of XI 134 

Archaeology, Definition of XI 148 

Department of, at Columbus Centennial II 541 

Errors in XI 134 

Field work by Society, 1897 VI 423 

Moorehead's report of VI 416 

Ohio, importance of study of I 53 

Ohio, rich in VI 431 

Ohio, robbed of specimens VI 445 

Ohio, researches into XI 151 

Painted skeletons XI 246 

Paleolithic implements, importance of, to.... I 179 

Progress in study of, V 165 

Relation of glacial period to, in Ohio, Wright. I 174 

Smithsonian Institute in Ohio I 442 

Society does field work in IV 406 

State Map of VI 166 

Wilson's work on XI 159 

"Archaeology in Ohio," ^loorehead responds to toast to.... IV 448 

Archaeologist, The. Publication of IV 419 

Suspeirsion of V 295 

Archaeologists. Mistakes of early V 203 

"Ai'bitration between Capital and Labor," Ryan, Notice of. . II 437 

Arkansas Traveler, The, Impersonation of VIII 304 

Wilson VIII 296 

Aristotle, Mention of I 164 

Armenian Clay, found in Ohio Ill 101 

Armstrong, Judge John, Account of Ill 142 

Arnett, Benjamin W. — 

"Northwest Territory" VIII 433 

Remarks at Marietta Centennial II 141 

Responds to toast "Colored Man in Ohio" IV 448 

Sketch of IV 452 

Arnold, Benedict, Mention of I 137 

Wife of, escapes I 138 



Index for Vohinies I to XI. 275 



Arrest of Burr 

Arrowhead of bone, view of VIII 

Arrowheads, Magazine of, at Waterford 

Arrow Point, Picture of 

"Art and artists in Columbus," Sessions, Mention of 

Articles of Confederation — 

Amendments to, on account of Western lands 

Character of 

Difficulty of ratification of • 

Sovereignty in 

Weakness of 

Artists of Ohio 

Aryan Race, Migrations of 

Asbury, Bishop Francis VIII, 231 ; VI, 255 

Account of 

Portrait of '. 

View of, on horseback 

Ash Cave, Explorations of 

Asli Pits, Bauni Village site, in 

Ashe, Thomas, Book on Western travel, by 

Ashland County — 

Bibliography of earthworks in 

Earthworks of 

Earthworks in, number of VII 

Mohican Village in 

Pioneer ]\Ionunient in 

Prehistoric remains in 

Ashley, James M., 3iIention of 

Ashtabula County — 

Bibliography of earthworks in 

Earthworks in, number of 

Erection of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Associates, Ohio Company of, purchase land , 

Athens , College at 1-317 

Mention of 

Athens County — 

Bibliography of earthworks in 

Citizens of, petition Congress 

Earthworks in, number of VII 

Prehistoric remains in 

Attorney-General of U. S. — 

Opinions on Ohio and Michigan dispute 

Atwater, Caleb, Archfeological researches of 



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Atwater, Caleb, Describes Glenford Stone Fort V 175 

Howe's sketch of II 465 

Mention of I 239 

On Muskingum Mounds V 200 

Quoted on earthworks IV 365 

Atwood Institute, founding of Ill 165 

Atwood, Nemehiah, Founds Rio Grande College Ill 164 

Auglaize County, Earthworks in, number of VII 197 

Prehistoric remains in V 272 

Review of History of X 120 

Auglaize River, Fort Amanda on Ill 309 

Fort Defiance on Ill 307 

Indians cede land on X 251 

Indian council on IX 216 

Ault, Andrew, Jefferson County pioneer VI 214 

Austinburg, School and Church at VI 45 

Autobiography, Sturtevant's, Mention of VI 47 

Avery, Elroy M., Sketch of IV 453 

Axe, peculiar V 251 

Prehistoric XI 246 

Axes, Stone V 245, 250 

"Aztecs, The," Biart, Book notice of I 206 



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Babbitt metal, Shakers invent IX 105 

Babbitt, Miss, Paleolithic implements discovered by I 179 

Babylon, Magnificence of VI 366 

Babylon Temple, Mexican temple built like I 324 

Badger, Rev. Joseph, Memoirs of VI 45 

Bainbridge, Explorations near V 285 

Mounds near VII 154 

Baird, Prof. S. F., Butler County Antiquities, on I 65 

Death of I 384 

Baker, Chas. W. , Address, Pan-American Exposition X 128 

Baker, Rev. Henry, "Methodism in Gallipolis" Ill 206 

Baker Art Gallery presents portraits to Society X 92 

Balboa, Method of taking possession II 373 

Baldwin, Judge Chas. C, Mention of I 332 

Baldwin, Michael, Sketch of XI 57 

Takes part in admission of Ohio XI 67 

Ball, Fort, Description of Ill 310 



Index for Volumes I to XL 277 

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Bancroft, George, Mention of II, 579 ; IV 313. 346 

On Scotch-Irish VI 104 

Opinions of, on Ohio Company Associates I (3 

Opinions of, on Ordinance of 1787 I 7 

Ordinance of 1787, Adoption of, related by I 30 

Quoted concerning Dunmore's land policy I 288 

Banl<ing ^lania X 190 

Jefferson County, in VI 234 

"Bank of Ohio, State," Paper. Janney I 90 

Banks, U. S., Constitutionality of T VI 225 

Ohio opposition to II 414 

Taxation of, by States II 41(3 

Banks, Jefferson County, first in VI 234 

Banks oppose U. S. Bank IX 291 

Banks, Nathaniel P.. Speaker U. S. Representatives IV 2(18 

Banquet of Society, 1895 V 281 

Program of V . .281 

189(3. Guests at . . V 307 

Baptist Church, first at Cincinnati II 162 

GalHpoIis Centennial exercises at Ill 15 

Baptists, "A peculiar people" Ill 227 

Growth of Ill 232 

In New England Ill 231 

Jefferson County, in VI 2(38 

Mart3frs among Ill 232 

Ministers, pioneer, among VI 254 

Of England Ill 230 

Of Switzerland Ill 230 

Relations of, to State Ill 228 

Roger Williams Ill 231 

Statistics of, in Northwest Territor}' VIII 456 

Bar of Jefferson County VI 338 

Barber, John Warner, writes Connecticut History I\' 317 

Barclay, Commodore, Battle of Lake Erie X 39 

Bareis, George F. , Fort Ancient, care of , by VIII 357 

Madison Township, History of, by XI 259 

Museum donations by VIII 333 

Reports on Fort Ancient X 76 

Sketch of • IV 453 

Bark sepulcher, found in Adena Mound X 467 

Earker, Dr. Samuel Augustus, Account of Ill 256 

Barlow, Joel, Errors of, concerning lands Ill 129 

Goes to France IV 15 

Odium placed upon / Ill 131 



278 Ohio Arcli. and His. Society Publications. 



Barlow, Joel, Operations of, in Paris 

Mention of Ill, 9. 40, 82 

Portrait of 

Scioto land scheme, i^i 

Sells land in France 

Barnumi P. T., Portraits of Indian chiefs collected by 

Bartholomew, Geo. K., Sketch of 

Bartle)^ Mordecai. elected Governor VIII 

"Bartram's Travels," Publication of 

Bascum, Rev., Minister, pioneer 

Bastile, The, Mention of 

Bastrop, Baron, purchases land from Spain, in Texas 

Bates, Issaacher, Sketch of 

Bates, Elisha, "Friend" sect founded by 

Battle Island, view of 

Battle, Fallen Timbers, account of Ill, 308 

Fort Meigs , at 

Fort St. Clair , at 

Fort Stephenson , at 

Perry's victory, description of 111,311 

Point Pleasant 

Battlefields of Ohio 

Baughman , A. J. , "Johnny Appleseed" 

"Prehistoric earthworks of Richland 

County" 

Baum, Henry M. , Lectut'es before Society 

Baum Village , Ash pits found at 

Bones , animal , found at 

Bones , human , found at 

Bone implements found at 

Corn found at 

Curator's report on exploration in 

Explorations in VII , 149 ; 

Field work at 

Fish hooks found at 

Materials from VII , 

Nuts found at 

Skeleton found in 

View of 

Beatty, Col., commander at Ft. Steuben 

Bcatty, Major. Diary Survey of Seven Ranges 

Beatty, John, Address "Franklinton" 

"Grant, U. S." 

Howe's Historical Collection reviewed by 



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Index for Volumes I to XI. 279 

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Beaver. Teeth of found in mound X 470 

Bebb, Governor, Mention of VIII 210 

Beecher, Lyman, Mention of IV, 307; VIII 411 

"Beginning of Ohio Company and Scioto Purchase," Dawes IV 1 

Bellamy, Edward, Mention of VIII 83 

Theories of VIII 1 

Bell used in Campus Martins, view of II 240 

Belmont County, Bibliography of 'earthworks in VI 103 

Blockhouse in VI 193 

Earthworks in a VII 191 

Erection of VI 217 

Evolution of V 349 

Members of First Constitutional Conven- 
tion from V 81 , 82 

Prehistoric remains in V 270 

Belpre, Church services at II 298 

Farmers' Castle at II 145 

Mention of I, 130; 11143,252 

Benford, Nathaniel. Slaves freed by VI 275 

"Berea Quarterly , " Notice of IX 381 

Berkeley, Sir William, On extent of Virginia IV 9G 

Biart< Lucien, "The Aztecs," Book notice of I 206 

Bible , Influence of II 137 

Bible Society, Organization of in Washington County Ill 244 

Bibliography, Archaeology, need of I 172 

Earthworks , Adams county I G9 

Athens County I 72 

Ashland County I 70 

Ashtabula County I 72 

Belmont County I 73 

Brown Count}' 1 73 

Butler County I 73 

Champaign County I 77 

Clarke County I 77 

Clermont County I 78 

Clinton County I 191 

Coshocton County I 191 

Cuyahoga County I 192 

Delaware County I 192 

Erie County I 192 

Fairfield Comity I 193 

Franklin County I 193 

Geauga County I 193 

/ Green County I 193 



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Bibliograph}'. Earthworks, Hamilton County 

Hardin County 

Highland County 

Holmes County 

Huron County 

Jackson County 

Knox County 

Lake County 

Licking County 

Lorain County 

Mad River Valley 

Medina County 

Mercer County 

Miami County 

Montgomery County 

Muskingum County 

Ohio I, 69, 191 

Perry County 

Pickaway County 

Pike County 

Portage County 

Preble County 

Richland Count}' 

Ross County 

Scioto County 

Shelby County 

Summit County 

Trumbull County 

Warren County 

Washington County 

Wajme County 

Wood County 

Bibliography , Flint Ridge 

Fort Ancient 

Newark Works 

Bienville's expedition X 

Big Bottom, Indian massacre at I 

Bigelow, Rev., Minister, pioneer V 

Bilderback , John , Story of V 

Bill of Rights, Committee for preparation of. First Con- 
stitutional Convention V 

In first Constitution V 

Bill of sale. Old document II 

"Billy" Wyandott, Indian hunter VI 



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Index for Volumes I to XI. 281 

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Bimeler, Joseph, Home of VIII 33 

Influence of, on Zoar Society VIII 78 

Residence of VIII 17 

Sermons of VIII 17 

Will of VIII 81 

Zoar minister VIII 10 

Bingham, John A., Antislavery attitude of X 339 

Congressional record of X 341 

Foraker's address on X 331 

Mention of '. IV 447 

Minister to Japan X 351 

Portrait of X 332 

Unveiling of monument to X 331 

Biography, Galloway, 'Samuel, Gladden IV 2G3 

Hayes, R. B., Gladden IV 338 

"Henry Howe, the Historian," Smith IV 311 

Lesquereux , Leo. . Orton IV 279 

■ Of life members of Society IV 452 

Randall, E. O I 1 

'Sessions, Francis Charles, Gladden IV 292 

Shakers, Sketches of prominent IX 84 

Vinton, Samuel Finley, Dahlgren IV 231 

Birbeck, Morris, Book on Western travel I 238 

Birchard Library, Fremont , at X 

Bird Pipes V 

Birney, James G, Emancipation of slaves I 114 

Mobbing of H 310 

Pliihvitliropist edited by . I HI 

Bissell, Samuel VI 47 

Black H..wk , Mention of IX 30 

Portrait of IX H 

Raid of XI 22 

Black Hawk's War IX H 

Prominent men in IX 11 

Black, Jeremiah, Secretary of State VI 330 

■'Black Laws," passed liy aid of Democrats I 120 

Repeal of IV 479 

Written by S. P. Chase I H^ 

Blackmore Museum VI 442 

Blackstone, on ''right of discovery" II '3' 8 

Blackswamp HI 1^*^ 

Blackzcood's Maga::iiic commends anti-slavery speech IV 2iO 

Blaine , Jas. G. , Character of I>jJ I'J" 

Keifer's opinions of IX loo 



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"Blennerhassett again," editorial on 

"Blennerhassett, A Romance, Review of 

Blennerhasett , arrested near Natchez ' 

Acquittal of 

' Builds a mansion on island 

Burr's headquarters on island of 

Burr visits 

Character of 

Comes to America 

Death of 

Desperation of 

D'estitution of family of 

Early life and education of 

Escape of 

Finds home in ruins 

Home of, described 

Home of, ruined by vandals 

Madam , escapes 

Marriage of 

Paper on , Randall 

Penury of 

Personal appearance and character of 

Picture of home of 

Placed in Richmond jail 

Portrait of 

Provides boats and provisions for Burr's 
expedition 

Reference to 

Settles in Mississippi ' 

Trial of 

Blennerhassetts, The, "At Home," 

Blennerhassett redivivus, Randall 

Bliss, Dr. Daniel, account of 

Blockhouses, Belmont County, in 

Description of 

Jefferson County, in 

Blue Jacket, Chief 

Blue Licks, Battle of 

Boats, Mechanical propulsion of 

Pacl^et , on Ohio Ri\'er 

Boers in Ohio 

Boggs, John, Indians capture son of 

Mommient of 

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Boggs' Monument, Description of VII 362 

View of VII 361 

Bolivar, Fort Laurens, near Ill 302 

"Bonaparte, almost a Buckeye" X 494 

Bone awls. Picture of V 240 

Bones found in Adena Mound X 407 

Books, "Adventures of pioneer children," II 438 

"Afloat on the Ohio," VI 114 

"Annals of the West," Mention of VI 142 

"Antiquities of the State of Ohio,'* II 437 

"Archffiological History of Ohio," X, 74; XI 77 

"Archaeology of Ohio," Notice of II 348 

Belmont and Jefferson counties History of, Cald- 
well VI 123 

"Blennerhassett — A romance," X 390 

Changes in II 1 13 

"Cincinnati and Miami Country," Drake I 237 

"Clarke's expedition," IX 187 

. Collections of the Cayuga County Flistorical So- 
ciety II 440 

Containing descriptions of Fortified Hill, Butler 

County ' I 6(3 

Crawford's expedition IX 181 

"Dictionary of U. S. History," IX 381 

"Down historic waterways," X 497 

"Dream of empire," Review of X 120 

Dunmore's War, in XI 167 

Early annalists of Ohio I 239 

Eggleston's U. S. History II 436 

"Expansion of the American People," IX 380 

Filson's Kentucky I 231 

First volume Ohio Laws IX 289 

"French Five Hundred and other people," X 494 

■ "Girtys," History of VI, 392: IX 184 

"Hesperian Tree , " IX 533 

Historical Collections of Connecticut IV 317 

Ohio IV 326 

New Jersey IV 319 

New York IV 310 

Virginia IV 321 

Historical Writings of Marshall, Notice of II 574 

"History of Auglaize County," Simpkins X 120 

History of Jackson County XI 165 

History of Perry County, ]\Iartzolff XI 25T 



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Books, History of Williamson's Expedition IX 187 

History of Wisconsin IX 184 

"Howe's Historical Collections of Ohio," Notice of. II 572 

Illinois, early histories of I 240 

Imlay's America I 233 

Indiana, early history of, Dillon I 240 

In Zoar Society VIII 15 

John Heckewelder's VII 347 

Journal of Major Robert Rogers, Notice of II 575 

Journal of Tour in Northwest Territory, Harris. I 237 

Kentucky, History of, Butler I 238 

Collins I 239 

"Life of Henry Clay," Schurz, Notice of I 110 

"Life of Rev. Manasseh Cutler," Notice of I 404 

Mac Lean's on Scotch-Irish., IX 250 

Mention of various, on Western travel I 238 

Monograph , educatioi],al, U. S II 438 

Moravian Missions in Ohio VII 313 

"New Amsterdam, New Orange, New York," II 439 

"New York," Roberts, Notice of I 109 

"Notes on Western travel," Birbeck I 238 

"Northwest under three flags," Randall's review of. X 101 

"Old Northwest, ' Notice of II 348 

"Old South Leaflets," IX 379 

On Shakerism IX 114 

"Our whole Country," Howe IV 327 

Pioneer press of Kentucky II 575 

"Pioneers of Fairfield County," X 394 

"Primitive Industry," Abbott, Notice of I 109 

Published by Howe. Henry IV 326 

"Queen of the Woods , " XI 26 

"Recollections of Western Travel," Flint I 237 

"Recollections of a Lifetime," Brinkerhoff IX 147 

Relic department of Marietta Centennial II 250 

Ryan's History of Ohio 11 437 

"Second Ohio Historical Collections," IV 331 

Seneca County, History of i.s. 181 

"Sign of the Prophet," X 389 

Spotszuood Letters X 578 

"Story of the Western Reserve , " X 498 

"Times of the Rebellion in the West," IV 328 

"The Forest Rangers," X 305 

"The Latimers , " Vl 109 

•"The Mound Buil'ders , " Mac Lean I 109 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 285. 

, Vol. Page 

Books, "The Tory's Daughter" II 577 

Topographical descriptions of the Western terri- 
tory of North America VI 115 

Travels in Ohio Valley, Ashe I 237 

Virginia Historical Collections II 431 

State papers II 430 

Volney, C. F. , on Western travel I 23G 

Wade, Benjamin, Life of II 578 

Washington-Crawford letters IX 182 

Western travels, Michaux '. I 236 

Schultz I 237 

Witchcraft, Christie's on VI 281 

Book Notes, "American State Constitutions," .' I 206 

"The Aztecs," Biart I 206 

Boone, Daniel, Account of I 231 

Captive, led through Ohio XI 200 

Mention of VII 75 

Road of IX 409 

Bossee, Capitaine, Writes on Ohio Valley I 230 

Boston Herald, Mention of I 187 

Boston Port Bill I 226 

Boston Tea Party, Account of IV 296 

Boundaries. Constitution, first State, on...., V 146 

Ohio provides for establishment of IV 137 

Randolph's report on northern Ohio V 160 

Boundary Act XI 6G 

Boundary Line, Ohio and Virginia, between IV 64 

Ohio field notes of IV 182 

Ohio-Indiana IV 127 

Affected by Indiana's admission IV 139 

Commissioners of IV 141 

Establishment of IV 135, 137 

Indiana Constitution on IV 181 

Indiana legislature inquires into IV 140 

Legislature takes action on IV 136 

Longitude of IV 150 

Report of Commissioners on IV 141 

Re-survey of IV ■ 141 

Sketch on Establishment of IV 144 

Surveyor's report on IV 147, 150 

Ohio and Michigan IV 127, 152 

Base of Michigan's claims IV 194 

Commissioners' report to Secretary Treasury.... IV 184 

Commissioners' report to Governor Lucas IV 169 



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Boundary, Ohio and Michigan, Congress establishes IV 157, 170 

Congress establishes IV 157 , 170 

Connection with public surveys established IV 172 

Correspondence relative to IV 174 

Citizens of Lucas County to P. A. Welker. . IV 176 

Gerwick, Geo., to Tiflin, Edward IV 181 

Jones, Chas. H., to Welker, P. A IV 176 

Meigs, Josiah, to Tiffin. E IV 179, 180 

Mendenhall, T. C, to Graham, A. A 'IV 177, 178 

Talcott, A., to Gratiot, Gen. C IV 183 

Tiffin, Ed., to Meigs IV 183 

Wilhelm, H. W., to Welker, P. A IV 176 

Welker, P. A. to Mendenhall IV 174 

Discrepancies in IV 197 

Disputes of IV 199 

Disputes arising from uncertainty of IV 176 

' Disputes, Mitchell's Map, Cause of IV 204 

Fulton line IV 162 

Governor Cass employs surveyor IV 161 

Governor Worthington takes action on IV 164 

Harris line IV 163 

Established IV 171 

Re-marked IV 168 

History of disputed lines IV 195 

Howard's letter to State Department concerning. . IV 193 

Land commissioner acts on IV 157 

Legislature acts on IV 136 

Location of IV 171 

Map, showing disputed territory IV 199 

Misconceptions of IV 171 

Necessity for remarking IV 178 

Ohio legislature inquires into IV 156 

Ohio remarks Harris line IV 167 

President Jackson takes action IV 167 

President Monroe directs survey IV 162 

Report of surveyor on IV 158 

Tax disputes arising from , IV 177 

Trouble arising from IV 165 

Uncertainty of location of IV 176 

Ohio-Penn,sylvania, Re-Survey of IV 127 

Ohio-Southern Ill 157 

U. S. Northern , Reference to IV 184 

Bounties paid for killing wild animals VIII 256 

Bounties, Vinton on lands for IV 246 



Index for J\iluincs I to XI. 287 



Bounty Lands, desired in Ohio 

Granted to Baron Rosenthal 

Petition of Continental officers for 

Petition for, for Revolutionary soldiers.. 

Survey of 

Bouquet, Col. Henry, Expedition of, VI, 117; VII, 42: 

VIII, 143, 213; 

Routes of 

Boutetorst, Lord. Mention of 

Brackenridge , H. M. . describes Gallipolis 

Mention of 

Bradbury, Horace R., Opening Address, Gallipolis Centen- 
nial 

Braddock. General, Portrait of 

Braddock's army, Route of 

Braddock's Defeat. .. .VI. 2; VIII. 282; IX, 415; X, 110; 

Compared with St. Clair's VIII 

Shawnees in 

View of site of 

Braddock's Grove, view of 

Braddock's Road IX, 400 ; 

Location of 

:\Iap of IX, 209, 422, 

Braddock Springs House, View of 

Brant, Capt. Joseph, Commands Confederacy of Ohio Indians 

^lention of 

N^on-hostile assurance of 

Organizes Indian Confederation 

Sketch of 

Brazee, John T., Account of Samuel Vinton 

Breslau, Defaulter 

Brier Hill Furnace, View of VIII 

Brice, Calvin S., Sketch of 

Brickell, John, buys lots in Columbus 

Brinkerhoff, Gen. R., Address at Society's banquet 

Address at Chapman's Monument... 
Address at unveiling "My Jewels"... 
Address "Old Ohio Archaeological 

Association" 

Address seventh annual meeting 

Elected President of Society 

Mention of I, 332 ; 

"Recollections of a life time," by 

Sketch of 



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Brinkerhoff, Gen. R., Suggests Ohio Monument at Colum- 
bian Exposition IV 382 

Toastmaster IV 437 

Work of, for Socicly IV 4-25 

Brink Haven, View of Hunter's Mound at V 189 

British account of Sandusky War VI 31 

Aid -Indians in Sandusky War VI 22, 23 

Attack -Fort ]\Ieigs Ill 37 

Attack Fort Stephenson Ill 310 

Incite Indians to War X, 431; VI 124 

British, America's feehng toward, in St. Clair's defeat VIII 381 

Connected with Indian depredations VI 205 

Domain of, in Ohio Valley : . . . VIII 375 

Indians aid VI 133 

Jealousy of VIII 381 

Lochry expedition sent by VI 140 

Moravians removed by VII 327 

Permit Crawford to be burned VI 30-152 

Plan to prevent Ohio settlement VI 203 

Position of, in Wayne's campaign VI, 207 ; IX 227 

Prevent settlements in Ohio Valley X 405 

Prevent treaty with the Indians VI 206 

Promise protection to Tories VI 133 

Result of rule of. in Ohio Valley X 405 

Send" Indian expedition to Ohio Country VI 134 

British Government, Land policy of, from 1763 to 1775 I 207 

Taxation principles of II 67 

Brook. Lord, IMention of XI 2 

Brough, John, ]\Iention of II, 187 ; IV 444 

Brown County, Bibliography of earthworks in I 73 

Earthworks in, number of VII 182 

Museum specimens from VIII 335 

Prehistoric remains in V 267 

Stone graves in IX 193 

Brown, John, Father of IX 324 

Execution of ... IX 378 

Marvin's address on IX 338 

Mention of 1,122: VIII 411 

Review of IX 375 

Shaker Secretary of X 293 

Brown, Le Roy D.. Mention of I 102, 338 

Brown, Mrs. Abram, Responds to "Pioneer Women of Ohio" IV 445 

Brown, Thos. J., Sketch of IV 455 

Browne, Carl, Assists Coxey Movement ;. IX 157' 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 289 

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Browne , Carl , Portrait of IX 1G4 

Erownfield House, National Road, view of IX 442 

Brownstone, Mich., Treaty at XI 253 

Bruehl, Gustave, Sketch of IV 456 

Brush Creek, Mounds of V 208 

Brush, Edmund Cone, "Pioneer physicians of the Muskingum 

Valley," Paper Ill 241 

Bryant, William Cullen, Cole's funeral oration by VI 297 

Mention of I 232 

Quotations from, on Indians VII 365 

Buchanan, James, Ancestry of IV 263 

Orders Anderson to remain at Ft. Sumter VI 330 

Buckeye, Commercial value of, in Harrison Campaign II 178 

Indian name of II 174 

Indigenous to Ohio II 174 

In Harrison's campaign II 176 

Medical value of II 176 

Popularity of II 179 

"Buckeye Folks," Miss Culbertson recites IV 442 

Buckeye State, why so called II 174 

Buckongehelas, Chief XI 32 

Buell, Gen., Mention of II 238 

Buffalo Lick, Licking Reservoir VII 22 

Buffalo River, Mention of Ill 100 

Buffalo Traces VIII, 265; IX 408 

Buffington Island, Battle of XI 258 

"Building of the State," Cox's address at Marietta II 150 

Bulgaria, Liberator of IX 141 

"Bunch of Grapes," Tavern, Ohio Company meets at IV 13 

Organized at.. .. IV 7, 35 

Bureau, Attorney, Assists Vinton IV 233 

Bureau of Ethnology, Archreologic work of V 257 

Burnham's Cabins on Gallipolis public square, view of Ill 41, 42 

Burnham, Major John, and his company Ill 40 

Erects cabins for French emigrants. IV 20 

Ill 47,130 

Gen. Putnam's letter to Ill 42 

List of men in company of Ill 41 

Subsistence roll of Ill 41 

Burke, Edmund, Canada, Surrender of, advocated by I 213 

Burke, William, First Methodist preacher in Ohio Ill 203 

Burial Place, Delawares, in Ashland County I 70, 71 

Burials, Prehistoric races XI 246 

Buried Forest, Butler County I 265 

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Burnet, Judge Jacob, Book on Northwest Territory. . .1, 239 ; 

Complimentary mention of 

General Assembly, Northwest Terri- 
tory, on 

Burr, Aarcn — 

Acquittal of ,. 

Arrest of -. I, 150, 156, 

Buries arms in Mississippi 

Confides in Col. Morgan 

Conspiracy of 

Deserts his followers 

Duel With Hamilton 

Exit from political life : 

Extent of conspiracy of 

Floats down the Mississippi 

Legal proficiency of 

Meets Wilkinson at Fort Massac 

Mention of 

Military record of 

Ovations to 

Pidgin's attempt to "whitewash" 

Plans of, fail 

Political career of 

Political sagacity of 

Receives encouragement from England 

Returns to Blennerhassett 

Treasonable ambitions of 

Trial of 

Visits Blennerhassett 

Visits Cannonsburg, Ohio 

Burr, Theodosia, Charms of 

Burton Academy, Account of 

"Bush" Meetings ' 

Buskirk, Colonel 

Indian battle of, in Jefferson County 

Bushnell, Asa S., Address at Banquet of Society 

Mention of 

Provides for paleolithic explorations 

Society's annual (12th) report to 

Bushnell, Dr., Address at Hudson Centennial 

Bushnell, M. B., Portrait of 

Butcher Mound, Homer, Ohio, view of 

Butler County, Aboriginal history of 

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Index for Volumes I to XL 291 

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Butler County, Bibliography of earthworks in I "265 

Buried forest in I 265 

Earthworks in, number of VII 172 

Fortified Hill in I 57 

Mounds and earthworks in I 341 

Preglacial drainage in I 2(37 

Preglacial wood in I 181 

Prehistoric remains in V 264 

Butler, Gen. Richard, Grave of VIII 484 

In St. Clair's army. . .' VIII 382 

Butler, Mann, Kentucky, history of, by I, 238, 384, 387 

Butler's Rangers aid Indians in Sandusky War VI 22 

Butterfield, Consul Wilshire — 

Fort Laurens, History of, by VI 393 

Historical writings of VI 384, 392 

Portrait of IX 177 

Sketch of IX 177 

Butterworth, Hon. Benj., addresses Society IV 382 

Butterwood Island, Painting of . . . IV . 397 

Byrd, Charles Willing, acting governor Northwest Territory XI 68 

Mention of V 335 

Secretary of Northwest Territory... XI 56 

c 

Cable, Joseph, j ournalist VI 2 1 3 

Cabot, John, Discoveries of . II 365 

Method of taking possession II 273 

Cabots, English rights under discovery of II 370 

Caesar's Creek, Prehistoric village site at IV 371 

Caffee, Amos H.. Account of I 252 

Calhoun, John C, importunes Howe to write history of 

South Carolina IV 322 

Policy of X 334 

Sectional ambition of IV 253 

Vinton foils scheme of IV 243 

Calvinism, Mention of IV 307 

Patriotism of VI 253 

Disciples of VI 99 

Campaign, presidential, 1844 VI 272 

Campbell, Alexander VI 111, 269 

Campbell, James E., Address at Gallipolis Centennial Ill 13,161 

Mention of IV, 334; V 303 

Report on Ohio boundaries to IV 127, 145 



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Campbell, James E., ^or/c^i'^y report to. 1890 Ill 269 

Speaks of Toledo War IV 228 

Campbell, Thomas, visits Ohio VI 269 

Camp Charlotte, Mention of Ill 302 

Camp Chase, Character of prisoners at IV 271 

Southern prisoners at VIII 123 

Camp Meeting, Origin of X 173 

Campus Martius, Bell used in II 240^ 

Plan of II 161 

Society to purchase model of . . . IV 394 

Canada, French occupation of IV 201 

"Canal Party" VI 42 

Canals, Morrow promotes II 201 

Warren County, in XI 207 

Canfield, James H., Addresses Society VII 285 

Mention of V 320 

Responds to toast, "Relation of Society 

to O. S. U" V 306 

Cannonsburg College, founding of VI 246 

Cannonsburg, Ohio, Burr visits I 150 

Capital, Anticipation of VI 61 

"Capital and labor, Arbitration between," Notice of II 437 

Capital established at Columbus VI 66 

Capital of Ohio V 145 

Capital. Northwest Territory, contest over removal of XI 66 

State, Competition for VI 66 

Capital University, Mention of IV 299 

Capitol, Enlargement of V 303 

Captina, Massacre of VI 127 

Carlyle. Thomas, Mention of Ill 189 

Quotation from Ill 202 

Writes to Emerson concerning Ohio Valley 1 230 

Carolinas, Opinions in concerning slavery in the Northwest. I 28 

Carpenter, George, Scout VI 189 

Carpenter, John, Discusses Moravian massacre Ill 288 

Jefferson County, frontiersman VI 188 

Carpenter's Fort, Jefferson County VIII 232 

Carrington, Henry B., "Early history of the Republican Party 

in Ohio" II 237 

Carroll County, Earthworks in, number of VII 202 

Erection of VI 217 

Prehistoric remains in V 273 

Cartwright, Peter, Portrait of X 175 

Cary, Alice and Phoebe, Mention of I 359 



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Gary, Alice and Phoebe, Howe's account of II 462 

Cass, Gen. Lewis, Chief Uncas, tribute to, by XI 9 

Quoted IV 199 

Gastleman Girls, Indians capture in Jefferson County VI 182 

Castor oil mill. Establishment of Ill 258 

Catechisation, Shaker XI 224 

Catholic historian, on Wesley Ill 199 

Catholic Church, Gallipolis Centennial exercises at Ill 1(J 

Scotch-Irish in VI 111 

Catholicism, Mention of • I 358 

Steubenville, in VI 268 

Catholics, Parliament disfranchises XI 168 

Quebec Act guarantees right to I 225 

Statistics of, in Northwest Territory VIII 457 

Lavaliers . Importance of VI 9G 

Cayugas, Battle of Point Pleasant, at XI 181 

^eleron, De Bienville, buries leaden plates VI 114 

"North America in 1750," Map of.. X 107 

Celibacy, Zoarites' idea of VIII 19 

Celts, Indian use of II 530 

From Muskingum Valley V 246 

Cemeteries , prehistoric VI 368 

Centennial Celebrations, Benefits of II 100, 548 

Historical value of II 564 

Society's part in II 549 

Centennial Commissioners (Chillicothe) Governor appoints. XI 86 

Centennial Events IV 401 

Centennial, Gallipolis, Mention of IV 401 

Proceedings of Ill 1 

Program of Ill 9 

Gnadenhutten VII 297 

Greenville IV 423 

Greenville Treaty VII 205 

Proposed celebration of IV 401 

Reference to IV 431 

Jefferson County, Account of VI 314 

Lebanon XI 198 

Marietta L 339; II I 

Mention of IV 401 

Ohio -. I, 339: XI 83 

Archaeological exhibit for I 170 

Arrangements for I 107 

Legislative enactments for XI 76 

Ohio Valley, Society at, V 323 



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Centennial, Philadelphia, influence on historical preserva- 
tion 

Ohio's archaeological exhibit at. . 

Central America, Buried cities in ; 

Centralization of schools 

Century, Eleventh , The 

Nineteenth , The 

Sixteenth, The 

Thirteenth , The 

Ceremonial, banded slate "Butterfly," 

Circleville, picture of 

Ceremonial stones . Illustrations of 

Chamberlain, W. I. , Portrait of 

Champaign county — 

Bibliography of earthworks in 

Earthworks in, number of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Chandler, Dr. Jesse, Account of 

Chapin, Rev. A. L. , Address at Marietta Centennial 

Chapman , John, Death of 

Monument to 

Orchards planted by 

Sketch of 

(See "Appleseed Johnny.") 

Charcoal, Prehistoric graves contain 

Charlotte, Camp .• 

Charney, M. , Mexican explorations of 

Charters, First Virginia 

Second Virginia 

Third Virginia 

"Charter to Constitution, From," Ryan, Introduction to.... 

Charter to Plymouth Company 

Chase, Bishop Philander, reference to I, 112; 

Chase, Hon. Dudley 

Chase, Salmon P., Ancestry of I, 112 ; 

Aspirations to the Presidency 

Biography of 

"Black Laws," written by 

'Birney, J. G., defended by 

Confidence of people in 

Curtis, Henry B., ability of, recognized 

by , 

Death of 

Elected Governor of Ohio I, 122 ; 



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Chase, Salmon P., Elected to U. S. Senate 

Eulogy on . by Hoadly 

Gallagher appointed by 

Graduates at Dartmouth 

Homestead Act, by 

Marriages of 

Matilda Case defended by 

Mention of Ill, 158; IV, 347; 

Militia reorganized by ^ 

Nominated Chief Justice* 

Petitions Congress for abolition of slave 

trade in D. C • 

Re-elected Senator 

Removal of, to Ohio 

Replies to Gov. Wise concerning John 

Brown 

Resigns Treasury port-folio 

Secretary of the Treasury 

Sent to Peace Conference 

Statutes of I, 152; 

Chatauqua movement, origin of VI, 322; 

Cheetham, Jean Dick, "State Sovereignty in Ohio," 

Cheops, Mexican pyramids resemble 

Cherokee River , Mention of 

Cherokees, identical with Mound Builders 

in Ohio 

on the Scioto 

Vinton on treaty with *..*..* 

Chestnut Ridge, National Road, View of 

Chicago Historical Society 

Chickamauga Creek , Gallipolis on 

Chiefs at Greenville Treaty VII, 218,233, 

Bald Eagle 

Black Hawk, sketch of 

Bluejacket VI, 78; 

Brant Joseph 

Buckongehelas < 

Captain Pipe VI, 203 ; 

In Revolution 

Celebrated, in Ohio.... VII, 21.57; VIII, 378; IX, 1; 

Cornstalk VII, 53; 

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205 




122 




124 




114 




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112 




122 




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VIII 


400 


IX 


290 




327 


III 


101 




60 


VII 


4 


VII 


239 


IV 


242 


IX 


473 


IX 


246 


IV 


20 




235 


VII 


52 


IX 


10 


XI 


32 


VII 


52 


XI 


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VII 


57 


VII 


60 


X 


396 


XI 


104 


VII 


58 


XI 


1 


IX 


3 



296 



Oliio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Vol. Page 

Chiefs , Crane , Death of IX 7 

Grave of IX 1 

Harrison's conference with IX 7 

Mention of X 92 

Red Jacket's oration on IX 7 

Sketch of IX 4 

ElHnipsico, Murder of IX 28 

FriendHness of Shawnee VI 90 

In Battle, Point Pleasant XI 181 

Keokuk , Monument to XI 1 

Sketch of IX 9 

Leatherlips IX 14 

Grave of IX 1 

Monument to XI 1 

Logan VII 52 

Little Turtle VII. 84 ; IX, 222; XI 32 

At Greenville Treaty VII 236 

Miantonomah, Sketch of XI 2 

Monument to . . . . ; IX 1 

Pokagon, Leopold and Simon XI 1 

Portrait gallery of IX 13 

Prophet- VII 85 

Red Jacket , Monument to XI 1 

Sketch of IX 19 

Oration on Chief Crane IX 7 

Seattle, Monument to XI 11 

Sketch of XI 13 

Shahhona, Sketch of IX 29 

Tecaughretanego, prayer of VI 91 

Speech of VII 24 

Turkey Foot, Death of . IX 226 

Uncas , Sketch of XI 2 

White Eyes VI, 230; VIII 144 

Missionaries opposed by VII 4U 

Chiliasm, Docf/ine of VIII 19 

ChilHcothc, Burr and Blennerhassett bound over to Court at I 158 

Capital Northwest Territory I, 313; V 66 

Capital established at IX 288 

Centennial at XI 76, 83 

Centennial Commission XI 86 

"Centennial," Waddle responds to toast to V 304 

Constiutional Convention meets at ..III, 151; V 76, 80 

Early Bar of Ill 157 

Earthworks near 1 , 344 : V , 219 ; VI 439 



Inde.v for Volumes I to XI 297 



*Chil!icothe, First ministers at 

Incorporation of 

In 1797 

Laid out . 

Land- district of 

Mound near 

Presbyterianism in 

Second Territorial Assembly at II , 168 ; 

Settlement of VI, 102; 

Society meets at , 1889 * 

Squier and Davis' Mound explorations near... 

View of first Capitol at 

'Chillicothes, The, Corrections concerning 

■Chillicot/ic, Old 

Dunmore's army at 

In Ross County 

Near Xenia 

On Great Miami 

On Scioto 

'China , Old , Marietta Centennial, at ... 

Chippewas at Fort Harmar Treaty 

Choctaws , Vinton defends 

Cholera ravages Ohio Valley 

Christ College, Mention of 

Christian Indians, Land ceded to 

"Christian Topography," views on 

Christianity, Discoveries in name of 

Influence of 

Progress of 

Christie, Dr., on witchcraft 

-Christmas in the South 

Shaker festivals on 

Song , Shakers' 

yZhurth-, Tipiscopal , at Worthington 

Fifteenth century 

T'irst , in Cincinnati 

First , in Western Reserve 

First , organization at Marietta 

First, in Northwest Territory 

First Presbyterian 

Scotch-Irish petition for free 

Spanish discoveries , on 

Churches, Absence cf in Western Reser.ve 

Free 



Vol. 


Page 


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178 


I 


317 


VI 


62 


V 


337 


VI 


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VII 


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VI 


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III 


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X 


428 


II 


560 


II 


385 


V 


Front. 


X 


487 


VI 


171 


VII 


353 


XI 


230 


XI 


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XI 


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XI 


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VI 


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IV 


242 


II 


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III 


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XI 


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I 


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II 


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II 


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II 


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VI 


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II 


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IX 


80 


IX 


84 


IV 


430 


II 


352 


II 


162 


VI 


45 


II 


299 


II 


289 


VI 


100 


VI 


104 


II 


356 


VI 


404 


VI 


97 



298 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Churches, Hudson, Ohio, in 

Jei¥erson County, pioneer, in V, 214: 

Pioneer " 

Scotch-Irish influence for 

Cincinnati. — 

Capital of Northwest Territory 

Christe;iing of 

Contemplated removal of State Capital to 

First Fourth of July at 

Ice dam at , 

Incorporation of 

Packet line to 

Presbyterianism in 

Site of Fort Washington in 

Slaves captured by people of 

Cincinnati Gazette, Vinton's argument published in 

Cincinnati Post, Quoted 

"Cincinnati and Miami country," Drake's book on 

Circleville, Earthworks at I, 344; V, 232; 

Destruction of 

Flint instrument, ceremonial and tablet, from. . 
Circumstantial evidence. Judge Hitchcock's opinion on.... 

Cities, Ohio, Date of founding 

Methodism introduced into 

Citizenship , duties of 

Civilization , newer 

Progressive m'ethods of 

Civil liberty in Ordinance of 1787 

Civil officers, under first Constitution of Ohio. 

Civil Service Reform, Hayes on 

Civil War, Andrews on 

Baltimore tragedy 

Brief review of 

Call for troops for 

Causes of 

First year of 

Grant's 'entrance into 

Keifer's narrative of 

Ohio in 

Opening scenes of 

Claiborne, Gov., Martial law declared by 

Clarke County, Bibliography of earthworks in 

Earthworks in , number of 

Prehistoric remains in 



Vol. 


Page 


IX 


326 


VIII 


199 


VI 


254 


VI 


110 


I 


317 


II 


163 


XI 


66 


II 


163 


I 


180 


III 


117 


VI 


242 


VI 


253 


X 


3 


I 


115 


IV 


65 


I 


187 


I 


237 


VI 


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I 


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V 


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III 


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X 


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X 


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II 


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V 


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IV 


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II 


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IX 


133 


II 


511 


IX 


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VI 


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VI 


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XI 


241 


IX 


152 


II 


171 


IX 


125. 


I 


152 


I 


77 


VII 


181 


V 


266 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 299 

Vol. Page. 

Clarke, Gen. Geo. Rogers, Army of , on Kanawha VI 123 

Character of VII 247 

Chillicothe burned by XI 230 

Conquest by VI 111 

Destroys Ft. Loramie Ill 301 

Dunmore's scout XI 179 

Expedition of VI, 11, 385; VII, 77, 248; IX, 187; X, 

412,415; XI 10& 

Fort Washington , at X 6 

Lands granted to : I, IV; V 47, 68 

Lands reserved for X 372 

Letter of, concerning Northwest expedition II 73 

Military achievements of II 72 

Portrait of VI 11 

Public services of VII 250 

Relation with Indians in Northwest Territory II 157' 

Secures Northwest X 114 

Clark, Robert, Sketch of IV, 456; VIII 487 

Clark, Samuel, Teacher, pioneer VI 247 

Clay, Henry, champions cause of Mrs. Blennerhassett. . . . I 161 

Counsel for Burr I 150 

Defeat of, for Presidency II, 464; V 261 

Gallagher's Life of I 364 

Howe visits II 463 

Mention of I, 362 ; IV 266 

Notice of Life of, Schurz I 110 

Political policy of X 335 

Slavery , on X 357 

Statue' of VI 302 

Steubenville, in VI 270 

Tribute to Morrow II 200 

Venable visits home of II 491 

Cleaney, Thomas. — 

Archaeological collection of I 173 

Clearing House , Establishment of I 97 

Clergymen, New England, Influence of on N. W. Ter I 24 

Clermont County. — 

Bibliograpl^y of earthworks in I 78 

Earthworks in, number of VII 185- 

Evolution of V 348 

Members of first Constitutional Convention Tfsfm V 82' 

Mounds opened in :..... II 534 

Preglacial wood in I 181 

Prehistof ic remains in V 26T 



300 



Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Vol. Page 
Cleveland, Francis, level and receipt book of, donated to- 

Socicty I 376 

■Cleveland, Moses, founds Cleveland VII 266 

Cleveland, Schools, early in VI 50 

Settlement of VI, 218; X 424 

Cleveland Centennial VI 35 

-Cliff Dwellers , Stanton lectures on VI 423 

Clinton County. — 

Bibliography of earthworks in I 191 

Earthworks in, number of VII 175 

Prehistoric remains in V 265 

'Cloth found in Adena Mound X 464 

Clover. Phil, paints picture of Marietta settlers IV 422 

Coach fares , National Road . on IX 470 

■ Coach lines , National Road . on IX 460 

Coaches . Description of IX 461 

"Coaching," Thackeray's description of IX 459 

"Coal fields , Lesquerenx's labors in IV 28S 

"Coal flora of Pennsylvania." IV 288 

Coal . Origin of IV 287 

Coalition of Free Soilers and Democrats I 120 

Coat of arms of Ohio X 490 

Coffinberry. Andrew, Poet, lawyer X 305 

Cole , Thomas , Artist VI 29o 

Colerick. E. Fenwick, "Adventures of Pioneer children".. II 438 

Collections, Archaeological and historical, in Ohio, List of I 395 

College, Cincinnati I 106 

Franklin , fou-nding of VIII 135 

Marietta , Tribute to II 134 

Miami University I 106 

Ohio University I 106 

Richmond VIII 194 

Transylvania University I 106 

vV'illiam and Mary II 455 

Colleges, Era, Literary Society in , IX 32 1 

First attempts toward, in Western Reserve VI 327 

Founding of V 30 1 

Influence of , on Ohio II 135 

Monographs on II 438 

Reservation in Symmes's Purchase for V 160 

Collins, Judge Lewis. History of Kentucky, by I 239 

Colonial system of United States — 

Bancroft's opinion of I 8 

Beginnings of I 1 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 301 

Vol. Page 

Colonies, cede Western land claims X 445. 

dangerous, not. to England, Franklin ,.... I 21.r). 

Early resistance of II Q6 

object to Quebec Act I '22*3 

Usefulness to England, of I 214 

Western, plan of settling, Franklin I 211 

Colony, Manumitted slave, in Jefferson County VI 275 

Plan of Franklin to settle, in Illinois . I 217 

Colonists , Discontent of XI 93 

"Colonel Thomas Cresap," Stevenson '. X 146 

"Colored man in Ohio," Arnett responds to toast to .... IV 448 

Columbiana County, Earthworks in, number of VII 202 

Prehistoric remains in V 273 

Columbian Exposition VIII 460 

Address , Butterworth IV 382 

Ohio Day at IV 399 

Ohio monument at IV 382 

Pokagon, Simon, at X 117, 25 

Society at V 323 

Society's exhibit at IV 396 

Society's part in Ill, 265 ; IV 393 

Society takes action on IV 384 

Society's work at IV 417 

Columbus , Capital established at VI 66: 

Centennial at I 381 

Description of, in 1843 IV 299' 

Franklinton's aid to VI 70 , 72 

Growth of IV 300. 

Pioneer Methodism in .' X 208 

Schools of IV 278 

Soldier's Home established in IV 303. 

Columbus, Christopher, Discoveries of II 356 

Maritime work of I 166 

Takes possession of the Western 

World II 372 

Voyage of Ill 180 

Columbus Day, Celebration of, in schools IV 384 

Communism - IX 32 

Historic plans for VIII 82 

Opposition to VIII, 59, 63. 67 

Shakers' IX 73 

Zoarites abolish VIII 69 

Zoar Society VIII 1 

Zoar opinions of VIII 48 



302 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

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Compromises, Law of Nations, on IV 123 

Compton, H. W., "Siege of Ft. Meigs" X 315 

Concord Township, Ross Co. Archaeological Map of VIII 336 

Conestoga Wagon , view of VIII 299 

Confederation , Articles of Ill 107 

Inadequacy of Ill 110 

Conger, Arthur L. , Sketch of IV 456 

Congregational Church — 

Establishment of, in Columbus IV 305 

Influence of, in Ohio II 129 

Position of, in Civil War IV 302 

Statistics of, in Northwest Territory VIII 456 

^Congregationalism — 

Hudson, at IX 360 

Marietta , at II 289 

Congress, Action of, on Ohio-Michigan boundary IV 191, 227 

Act of, recognizing Ohio V 163 

Apportionment for representatives to IV 257 

Asks Virginia to change her act of cession IV 129 

Committee in, on Virginia land claim IV 116 

Concerning Maryland and Articles of Confedera- 
tion IV 111 

Continental, petitioned for Bounty Lands I 39 

First act of V 61 

Formation of "Western States" provided for, by. . IV 129 

Idea of, originated Ill 141 

Negotiations of, with Virginia on Western lands. . IV 203 

Resolutions of, for formation of Western States. . IV 128 

Seventh, Act of V 69 

Sixth V 64 

Congress of Confederation provides for sale of lands Ill 111 

Conkling, Roscoe, Character of IX 150 

Kiefer's opinion of IX 153 

Connecticut, Burning of towns in X 437 

Charter of XI 2 

Deed and Act of cession V 66 

Fire lands of VI 36 

Hinsdale's "Education in Western Reserve".. VI 35 

Historical Collections of IV 317 

Historical Society of IX 246 

Howe's History of II 445 

Immigrants from, settle in Jefferson county.. VI 218 

Land Company VI, 36; VII 263 

Memorial of, to Congress for fire sufferers... X 440 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 



803 



'Connecticut, Revolution in 

School fund of II, 486 

Western lands, cession of.. II. 285 ; IV, 113; 

V, 11, 48, 347 

Western lands, claims of.. II, 475: VII, 259: 

IX, 278 

Western Reserve, Jurisdiction over, renounced. 

Connecticut Reserve, Randolph's report on lands in 

Reservations for school purposes in... 
(See Western Reserve). 

Connolly, Dr. John, Cause of Indian uprising 

Dunmore's agent 

Intrigues of 

Responsibility of, for murder of Logan 

family : 

Conspiracy, Burr's 

Constitution, First, of Ohio 

Bill of rights m 

Committee to prepare preamble for 

Provisions for submitting to the people 

Signers of 

Ohio, Educational provisions in 

On amendments to 

Provides for northern boundary 

Society's, Amendments to 

Report on, (new) 

Revised 

Constitutional Amendments 

Constitutional Convention, First, in Ohio 11,168; V, 13, 

Committee to frame Bill of Rights 

Communication of appreciation to Congress.. 
Communication to President and Congress. . . 

County representation in 

Journal of, printed 

Members of 

Jefferson County, from 

Officers of V, 81, 82, 83, 

On legislative representation 

On negro franchise 

On qualifications of electors 

On religions test 

On salaries of officers 

Printing for 

Representation in 



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X 436 

VII 268 



VII 



262 



X 


445 


V 


63 


V 


159 


V 


79 


XI 


95 


XI 


170 


XI 


111 


VI 


128 


I 


141 


V 


132 


V 


147 


V 


88 


V 


97 


V 


153 


VI 


36 


V 


146 


IV 


152 


V 


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V 


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IV 


432 


X 


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75, 80 


V 


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V 


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V 


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V 


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V 


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V 105, 121 


V 


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V 


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304 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Constitutional rules and orders of 

St. Clair, Arthur, addresses 

Contemporary description of Ohio, 1788 

Contiguity, Principle of 

Continental Army, Bounty land for 

Petitioners of, for Bounty lands. . . .1, 39; 

Reference to 

Continental Congress — 

Action of, on Western lands 

Quebec Act, obj ects to 

Reference to 

Work of 

Continental Currency, Depreciation of 

Contracts, Obligation of 

Convention, Call for, to organize Society 

Cook, John M., Address at Steubenville Centennial 

Coon-skin Library 

Cooper, James Fenimore, Howe's visit to 

^Mention of 

Cooper, W. C, Henry B. Curtis on 

Copper bracelet. Picture of 

Copper implements, Warren County 

Copper, found in Adena Mound X, 457, 460, 464, 

Found in earthworks H, 402 : V, 207 

From Harness Alound 

Copus Monument, Mention of 

Copus-Zimmers-Ruffner Massacre, Mention of 

Corn found at Baum Village 

Corn Planter on Indian boundary line VH 

Cornstalk, Chief VH 

Battle of Point Pleastant, at....V||, 356; X, 113; 

1 c a >- , Bravery of '. 

ll:\[ ; Death of IX, 28; 

Dunmore's Treaty, at 

: ' \ Mention of 

Monument to 

Correspondence relative to northern boundary line of Ohio. . 

Corson, O. T., Mention of , 

Corwin, Thomas, Boomed for Presiderrcy 

Election of, as Governor of Ohio 

Mention of IL468: III, 158; IV, 347, 447; 

Secretary of Treasury 

Coshocton, Destruction of Indian town at 

Indian expedition to. 



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V 


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IV 


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II 


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I 


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II 


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II 


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II 


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IV 


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V 


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II 


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IV 


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V 


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468 


XI 


137 


V 229, 243. 


V 


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VI 


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X 


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VII 


223. 


VII 


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XI 


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IX 


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XI 


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V 


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XI 


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IX 


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II 


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Index for Volumes I to XI. S05 



Coshocton, View of Porteus Alound at 

Coshocton County — 

Bibliography of earthworks in 

Early Indian history of 

Earthworks in 

Number of 

Flint quarries in 

Prehistoric remains in 

Cotton-gin, Influence of, on slavery 

Counties, Constitution on organization of . . . . T 

Crawford's expedition through 

"Evolution of Ohio," Lanning 

First representation of 

Formed from Jefferson County 

Ohio, 1802, Map of 

New, controversy over 

Representatives of, in Constitutional Convention.. 

Significance of names of 

Scotch-Irish names of Ohio 

County, Evolution of Adams 

Belmont 

Clermont 

Fairfield " 

Hamilton V, 330, 331, 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Randolph : 

Ross 

St. Clair 

Trumbull 

Washington 

Wayne 

County Government, Precedence of 

County of Illinois 

Courts, Constitution on "open" 

Decisions of, referring to Ordinance of 1787 

Early, Knox County 

Early, Licking County 

Early Supreme Judges of, Ohio 

Establishment of Probate 

.Federal, Congress provides for, in Ohio 

Fees of, in Northwest Territory 

First, Constitution of Ohio, concerning 

First, at Franklinton 

20 Vol. xr. 



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V193 


, 194 


I 


191 


V 


192 


V 


192 


VII 


180 


V 


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V 


226 


IV 


45 


I 


145 


VI 


18 


V 


326 


V 


153 


VI 217 


',347 


V 


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V 


339 


V 


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VI 


326 


VI 


105 


V 


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V 


349 


V 


348 


V 


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336 


V 


336 


V 


331 


V 


333 


V 


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V 


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V 


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V 


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V 


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V 


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I 


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V 


148 


V 


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I 


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I 


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III 


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III 


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V 


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III 


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III 


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VI 


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306 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Vol. Page 

Courts, First, at Marietta II 159 

First Grand Jury in Northwest Territory Ill 145 

First Ohio, in Toledo, account of IV '2-26 

First, in Northwest Territory I, 305 ; II, 175 ; III 143 

Impeachment of Judges of Ill 153 

Jefferson County, first in VI 222 

Members of Bar of Ohio Ill 159 

Nullification decisions of II 416 

Of Common Pleas established in Northwest Territory III 144 

Ohio, on Ohio River boundary IV 83 

On, Right of Discovery XI 249 

Opening of first Common Pleas, at Marietta Ill 144 

Provisions for, by Second General Assembly Ill 152 

Salaries of Judges of Ill 154 

Second Court in Northwest Territory I 807 

Territorial Assembly's Acts, concerning Ill 150 

Under first Constitution V 140 

Under Ordinance of 1787 V 51 

Work of first Supreme Court in Ohio Ill 155 

Covenanters, Connection with "Underground R. R" IV 6 

Origin of ■ VI 99 

Cox, Judge Joseph, Address, Society at Marietta II 150 

Mention of Ill 173 

Cox, Hon. S. S., Account of Toledo War, by IV 229 

Election of, to Congress IV 270 

Mention of IV, 32, 447 

Reminiscence of II 469 

Coxey, Jacob S., Career of IX 155 

Letter of, to Congress IX 170 

Portrait of IX 164 

Coxey and Browne at work on canal boat. View of IX 169 

"Coxey Movement in Ohio," Hooper IX 155 

Coxeyism, Badges of IX 173 

Reforms of IX 160 

Religion connected with IX 158 

Coxey's Army, Arrival of, at Washington IX 169 

"Keep off the grass" IX 170 

Map of route of IX 175 

Plan of . IX 162 

Start of IX 165 

Coxey's Headquarters and Staff, view of IX 171 

Cowan,, Benj, S., secures State Bank I 196 

Cowan, Gen. B. R. , Address, Fort Washington Monument X 5 

Crania, Prehistoric, Description of IV 373 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 307 

Crawford, Col. William — Vol. Page 

Accompani'es Washington on Ohio trip VI 122 

Address on , Anderson VI 1 

Answers Virginia regiments' complimentary letter.... VI 11 

Appointed Justice VI 6 

Arrives at Indian village VI 19 

Arrives at Wheeling with Virginia troops VI 128 

Assists Gen. Clark VI 11 

Battle with Indians VI 19 

Battle ground, view of , VI 19 

Braddock's defeat, at VI 2 

Butterfield's work, on IX 181 

Burning of VI, 1, 30, 71, 152; VII, 468; X 115 

Picture of VI 31 

Campaign of IX 11 

Capture of VI 22, 25 

Conflicting actions of VI 8 

Destroys Mingo Villages, Franklin County VI 8 

Dunmore's War , in VI 7 

Entertains Dunmore VI 6 

Entertains Washington VI 5 

Executes will VI 17 

Expedition of, against Sandusky Indians VI, 16; 

VII, 71, 151; X 414 

Prominent members of VI 153 

Fort Laurens, at : VI 186 

Frontier services of VI 12 

Monument to VI 1 

Picture of VI 33 

Officers of, in Indian expedition VI 18 

On result of murder of Logan's family VI 127 

Protests against England's encroachments VI 9 

Revolutionary War, in VI 9 

Sandusky War, at VI 21 

Starts for frontier VI 17 

Surveyor VI 4 

Visits Congress concerning frontier VI 12 

Virginia regiment compliments VI 10 

Writes Washington in Dunmore's War VI 7 

Crawford County, Earthworks in, number of VII 192 

Indian battle in VI 24 

Prehistoric remains in V 272 

Crawfordsville, Crawford burned near VI 31 

Creeks, Tecumseh's Confederacy, in VII 92 

War with VII 93 



308 



Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Vol. 

Cresap, Col. Michael, Comes to Ohio VI 

Connection with the Logan affair VII 

Dunmore's scout XI 

Dunmore deceives XI 

Dunmore's War, in XI 

False accusation of XI 

Logan's accusation against VII 

Proposed killing of Indians VI 

Tool of British in Logan affair VI 

Cresap, Col. Thomas — 

Ancestry of X 

Descendants of X 

Engages in French and Indian War X 

History of X 

Letter of, to Gov. Sharpe X 

Maryland boundary line surveyed by X 

Organizes Company for Revolution X 

Patriotism of X 

Settles in Maryland X 

Survey's Braddock's Road X 

Cresap's House in 1770 X 

Cresap's War XI 

Crestline, Crawford's expedition at VI 

Crevecoeur, M. S'John de, Description of Ohio by Ill 

Crimes , Promulgation of law. on Ill 

Croghan, Col. George, Explores Ohio Country VI 

Expedition to Illinois country.... X 
Defense of Ft. Stephenson by, II, 

169; III, 310; VI, 68; X 

Sketch of X 

Cross found in Butler County Mound I 

Cross found in Indian grave, Fairfield County V 

Cross , The , Earthwork I 

"Crow-bar Law" II 

Crusades, Influence of, on geography I 

Cumberland , Duke of. Mention of Ill 

Cttmberland River , Mention of Ill 

Cummings, Rev. Jacob, Escape of, from slavery IV 

Curator, Annual Report of, to Society, 1894 IV 

1895 V 

1896 V 298, 

1898 VIII, 329^ 

1901 X 

1902 XI 



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122 

51 
179 

95 
172 
196 
359 
124 
128 

146 
163 
155 
146 
158 
152 
161 
160 
148 
153 
170 
173 
18 
96 
146 
118 
113 

56 

62 

68 

236 

275 

415 

165 

101 

101 

53 

421 

283 

318 

, 350 

78 

86 



Index for Volmiies I to XL 309 

Vol. Page 

Curator, Moorehead elected IV 4"21 

Moorehead resigns as VI 425 

Work of, 1899 VIII 368 

Currency, Continental , Depreciation of IV 1 

Letter concerning, in Revolution. . II 411 

Curtis, Henry B — 

Address, "Pioneer days in Central Ohio," by I 243 

Address, "Influence of pioneers' character on State's 

history" I 93 

Memorial address upon I 47 

Mention of IV 338 

Photograph of I , Frontispiece 

Resolutions upon death of I 103 

Custer, Geo. A., Sketch of VIII 197 

Cutler, Ephraim, Educational influence of VII 53 

Services for public education VI 42 

Cutler, Dr. Alanasseh — 

Agent of Ohio Company I 20 

Aids in organization of Ohio Company II 153 

Attitude of, toward slavery IV 30 

Character of II 132 

Church of II 97 

Demands strong government for Northwest Territory I 33 

Describes southeastern Ohio Ill 82 

Director of Ohio Company I 6 

Ohio Company of Associates, in Ill 115 

Letter of, concerning Ohio Company's Purchase.... Ill 138 
Negotiates for Ohio Company Associates' Purchase 

Ill, 115; IV 8 

Northwest Territory founded by VIII 440 

Notice of. Life of I 404 

Opinions of, on Jefferson II 197 

Pamphlet of, concerning Western country I 27 

Petition of, to Congess for Ohio Company I 37 

Portrait of Frontispiece II 

Putnam writes to I 283 

Religious influence of II 307 

Secures liberal terms for Ohio Company I 25 

Cutler, William P — 

Address , "Settlement of Ohio" I 92 

Andrew's memorial address by II 253 

Centennial , at Marietta II 1 

On military service of Ohio Company 1, 283; II 227 

Ordinance of 1787 ■ I 10 



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Cuyahoga County — Vol. Page 

Bibliography of earthworks in I 

Early settlers. Association of , in II 

Earthworks in . number of VII 

Erection of VI 

Prehistoric remains in V 

Shaker Society in IX 

Cuyahoga river, Commercial advantages of Ill 

D 

Daguerreotyping, First in Ohio VI 

Improvements in VI 

Lebanon, in XI 

Dahlgren, Madelen Vinton — 

Biography of Vinton , S. F. . by IV 

Dalzell, Private, Poem at Marietta Centennial read by.... II 

Dana, Richard Henr}', Mention of IV 

Dane, Nathan, Author of Ordinance of 1787 VI 

Mention of IV 

Proposes anti-slavery in Northwest Territory II 

Work in Ordinance of 1787 II 

Darke County, Earthworks in, number of VII 

Prehistoric remains in V 

Darrow, David, Sketch of XI 

Dartmouth College , Chase , S. P. . at I 

Daugherty, Judge M. A., Eulogy on death of Henry B. 

Curtis I 

Daughters of the Revolution, Mention of X 

Davis, Jefiferson, Donavin's visit to IX 

Davis, Rev. James M. — 

Address, "Rio Grande College," Gallipolis Centennial. Ill 

Mention of Ill 

Davis, Hon. Webster, Address at Steubenville Centennial.. VI 

Davis, Willard H., on Muskingum Valley earthworks V 

Dawes , Gen. Ephraim C. , Death of V 

"John Burnham and his company," Ill 

Paper, "Beginning of Ohio Company and Scioto 

Purchase , " by IV 

Sketch of '. IV 

Dayton , Mention of IV 

Dearborn , Fort , Massacre at XI 

"Debt of the West to Washington , " Hulbert IX 

Debt, States', at close of Revolution I 

Decoys, Whites used by Indians for VI 



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Index for Volumes I to XL 311 

Declaration of Independence — 

Calvinistic prelude to 

Effect upon frontier 

Prelude to XI , 105 , 105 , 

Presbyterians" promulgation of 

Quebec Act mentioned in 

Scotch-Irish, first promulgators of 

Deed and Act of Cession of Connecticut 

Deed and Cession from Virginia 

Defiance Count}- — 

Earthworks in, number of -. 

Prehistoric remains in 

Defiance, Fort, Description of 

Delano, Columbus, Henry B. Curtis on 

Delaware, Poem on White Sulphur Springs at 

Delaware County — 

Bibliography of earthworks in 

Earthworks in, number of 

Mounds in 

Prehistoric remains in 

Delaware Indians 

Battle Point Pleasant . in 

Cemetery of. in Ashland County 

Crawford burned by 

Crawford taken to 

Land ceded by 

Mention of 

Ohio, in 

Removal of 

Sandusky War . at 

Traditions among 

Treaty at Ft. Harmar, in 

Delaware Historical Society 

Democratic Party. Tariff policy of 

Democracy, Early odium attached to 

Mention of , ... 

Puritans . of 

Zoar Society , of 

Democrats aid in election of Chase to the Senate 

assist in passing "Black Laws." 

Dennison, Gov. Wm., Character of 

Peace Commissioners appointed by. . 

Reference to 

DePeyster, Major John W. — 

Aids Indians in Sandusky War VI 



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DePeyster, Crawford's torture, on VI 29 

Portrait of VI 20 

Receives account of Sandusky War VI 20 

Sketch of IV 457 

Deposit, Fort, Description of, Ill 308 

"Description of Fort Ancient," Moorehead IV 362 

Desertion, Penalty for, at Franklinton VI 68 

Deshler, John G., Columbus Volunteer in Toledo War.... IV 214 

De Soto , Mounds seen' by II 397 

Detroit, Capital of Northwest X 114 

Incorporation of I 317 

Seat of Wayne County V 350 

Surrender of VII. 100: X 320 

Treaty at XI 252 

Dezvcy in Ohio IX 137 

Diary, Anderson's of Lochry expedition VI 389 

Dickinson , Anna , Mother of VI 252 

Dickinson, Rev. C. E. , Marietta Centennial, sermon at.... II 289 

Dillon, John B., Early histories of Indiana, by I 240 

Dinwiddie, Governor, Washington sent by X 109, 154 

Dinwiddie Papers II 431 

Diorite, Prehistoric implements of XI 247 

Directory, Archaeological, of Ohio, Graham I 173 

Disc, Sculptured, from Mexico V 254 

Discoidal , Picture of V 240 

Discoidals, Muskingum Valley, from V 239 

Disciples in Jefferson County VI, 269 : VIII 226 

Discoveries, church influence on II 354 

Discovery, Legal rights of XI 249 

Spirit of II 361 

Disney, D. T., Commissioner in Ohio and Michigan dispute. IV 221 

Distilleries, Jefferson County, in VI 232 

illicit ■ VI 227 

District of Columbia, Appropriations for IV 246 

"Documentary hisf^ry of Ohio," Graham II 423 

Documents , Georgia II 433 

Historical value of preservation of II 428 

Documents , Old , Bill of Sale II 404 

Minutes of Virginia Council II 4nG 

Preservation of II 404 

Revolutionary letters II 405, 407 

Doddridge, Rev. Joseph, Account and writings of VI 112 

Description of Indian outrages by VI 149 

Witchcraft, on VI 286 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 313 



Donaldson, Captain, Indians capture 

-Donation Tract of Ohio Company 

Donavin, Col. S. K. — 

"Opening scenes of the Rebellion , " 

Society addressed by VII 

Dorchester Heights, Israel Putnam's work at 

Doughty, Major John, Ft Harmar. built by Ill, 30-2: 

Ft. Washington, built by 

Dow Lorenzo 

Mention of 

Steubenville , at 

"Down historic waterways," Review of 

"Down South before the War," Venabic 

Downing, Elizabeth, Portrait of 

Doyle, Alexander, sculptor 

Doyle. Samuel H., Greenville Centennial Address by VII 

Drainage , Preglacial 

Drake. Dr. Daniel, Botany of Buckeye discussed b}' 

Cincinnati and Miami country 

Voyage of 

-Dred Scott Decision, Mention of 

Drill . Picture of 

Drown, Dr. Solomon, Account of 

Duerr, William, Barlow accused by 

Connection with Ohio Company of Asso- 
ciates 

Failure of 

Manuscripts of 

Mention of 

Projects Scioto Purchase 

Scioto Company's scheme, by 

Duncan's Falls, Painting of, at Columbian Exposition 

-Dunmore, Lord, British cause ignored by 

Character of 

Expedition of VII, o3 : X, 4(»7 : 

Fort Cower, built by Ill, 302; 

HocVhocking ascenced by 

Indian treaty of X, 408; VI. 76: 

Indian V/ar incited by 

Intiigue of VIII 

Levis ordered to Pickaway Plains by 

Portrait of VI , (3 : 

Qi-ebec Act rejected by I, 128 ; 

Resolutions of soldiers X, 4h9 ; 



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I 


106 


X 


205 


VJI 


139 


X 


497 


II 


488 


X 


303 


VI 


304 


VII 


257 


I 


181 


II 


174 


I 


237 


I 


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IV 


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XI 


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III 


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III 


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III 


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III 


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IV 


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III 


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XI 


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XI 


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XI 


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XI 


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Dunmore, Lord, Scene of Scioto campaign of 

Virginia House of Burgesses dissolved by. . 

Visits Col. Crawford 

Washington objects to land grants to 

Dunmore's campaign, Plan of VII 

Dunmore's treaty. Logan absent from 

Scene of 

Dunmore's War VI, 7 ; X, 113 

Cause of VI, 104, 123 

Chillicothes, The 

Literature on 

Quebec Act ignored in 

Randall, on 

Results of. . • 

Duponceau, Peter S., interested in French emigrants 



Eagle Alound ■. VI 435 

"Early Bar of Ohio Valley," Address, Watson Ill 13 

"Early Geologists of Ohio," Orton responds to toast to IV 439 

"Early intellectual development in Ohio Valley," Address, 

Venable I 105 

"Early Judiciary, early Laws and early Bar of Ohio," Wat- 
son 

"Early politics and politicians in Ohio," Ryan responds to 

toast to V 303 

Early travelers and annalists of Ohio Valley I 230 

Earthworks, Adams County, of V 208 

(See Mounds. See Adena Mound.) 

Adams County, number in VII 176 

Age of IV, 375; XI 138 

Allen County, number of, in VII 197 

"Ancient work near Oxford, O.," MacFarland I 265 

Ashland County, in V 177 

Number of, in VII 184 

Ashtabula County, number of, in VII 192 

Athens County, number of, in VII 177 

Atwater, Caleb, on IV 365 

Auglaize County, number of, in VII 197 

Belmont County, number of, in VII 191 

Best route to reach all, of Ohio I 347 

Bibliography of, Adams County, in I 69' 

Ashland County , in I 70 



III 141 



Index for Vohiines I to XI. 



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Earthworks, Ashtabula County, in 

Athens County , in 

Belmont County, in , 

Brown County , in 

Butler County, in 

Champaign County , in 

Clarke County , in 

Clermont County . in 

Clinton County , in 

Coshocton County . in . . . *. 

Cuyahoga County , in 

Delaware County, in 

Erie County , in 

Fairfield County , in 

Franklin County , in 

Geauga County , in 

Greene County , in 

Hamilton County , in 

Hardin County , in 

Highland County, in 

Holmes County , in 

Huron County , in 

Jackson County , in 

Knox County , in 

Lake County , in 

Licking County , in 

Lorain County , in 

Mad River Valley, in 

Medina County, in 

Mercer County , in 

Miami County , in 

Montgomery County, in 

Muskingum County, in 

Ohio in I, 69, 191, 

Ferry County , in 

Pickaway County, in , 

Pike County , in 

Portage County , in 

Preble County , in 

Richland County , in 

Ross county , in 

Scioto County , in 

Shelby County , in 

Summit County , in 



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Earthworks, Trumbull County, in I 280 

Warren County , in I 280 

Washington County, in I 281 

Wayne County , in I 282 

Wood County, in I 282 

Boulder mosaics of IV 367 

Brown County, number of in VII 182 

Butler County, in I 65 

Number of, in VII 172 

Bryter, Fort ' V 180 

Carroll County, number of, in VII 202 

Champaign County, number of, in VII 194 

Chillicothe, near I 344 

Circleville at V 232 

Clarke County, number of, in ^ . . . . VII 181 

Clermont County, number of. in VII 185 

Clinton County, number of, in VII 175 

Columbiana County, number of, in VII 202 

Columbus, near, account of I 268 

Copper found in V 207 

Coshocton County, in V 192 

Number of, in VII 180 

Crawford County, number of, in VII 192 

Cross, The, Mention of I 275 

Cuyahoga County, number of, in VII 192 

Darke County, number of, in VII 190 

Defiance County, number of, in VII 196 

Delaware County, number of, in VII 176 

Destruction of, at Circleville I 56 

Destruction of, at Marietta I 56 

Dimensions of noted XI 135 

Erie County, number of, in VII 186 

Errors regarding XI 134 

Fairfield County, number of, in VII 173 

Fayette County, number of, in VII 185 

Field work on, 1896 " V 165 

Fort Ancient, Bibliography of I 280 

Description of.. I, 342; III, 313; IV 362 

Map of. Frontispiece IV 

Condition of, Putnam I 58 

Society's care of Ill, 312 ; IV 399 

Fort Hill I 260 

Description of I 344 

Franklin County, in I 355, 349 



Index for Volumes I to XI. • 317' 

Vol. Page 

Earthworks, Franklin County, Number of, in VII 174 

Blendon Tp., description of. I 355 

Brown Tp., description of . . I 354 

Clinton Tp., description of . . I 352 

Franklin Tp., description of I 355 

Hamilton Tp., description of I 350 

Jackson Tp. , description of. I 355 

Jefferson Tp., description of I 354 

Madi-son Tp., description of. I 353 

Mifflin Tp., description of.. I 353 

Montg'ry Tp., description of I 352 

Plain Tp., description of. ... I 355 

Perry Tp., description of... I 354 

Sharon Tp., description of . . I 353 

Truro Tp., description of... I 353 

Fulton County, number of, in VII 183 

Gallia County,- number of, in VII 190 

Geauga County, number of, in VII _ 201 

Granville, at I " 346 

Greene County, in VIII 343 

Number of, in VII 181 

Guernsey County, number of, in VII 203 

Hamilton County, number of, in VII 183 

Hancock County, number of, in VII 198 

Hardin County, number of, in VII 180 

Harrison County, number of, in '. VII 199 

Henry County, number of, in VII 201 

Highland County, in : VIII 343 

Number of, in VII 189- 

Hill-top enclosures IV 365 

Hocking County, number of, in VII 188 

Holmes County, in V 183 " 

Number of, in VII 189 

Huron County, number of, in VII 191 

Identity of builders of IV 443 

Importance of preservation of : . I 190, 346 

Inaccuracies concerning II 385- 

Islands in Lake Erie, number of, in VII 195 

Jackson County, number of, in VII 173 

Jefferson County, in VIII 203 

Number of, in VII 194 

Knox County, number of, in VII 178 

Lake County, number of, in VII 193; 

Lawrence County, number of, in VH 187 



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Earthworks, Legislative Committee for preservation of.... I 294 

Liberty Group V 219 

Licking County, in V, 201 ; VIII 342 

Number of, in VII 171 

Logan County, in VIII 344 

Number of, in VII 201 

Lorain County, number of, in VII 188 

Loudonville, at V 178 

Lucas County, number of, in VII 191 

Madison County, number of, in VII 187 

Mahoning County, number of, in VII 200 

Maha, at V 197 

Marietta, at I, 846 ; V, 201 ; VI 436 

Marion County, number of, in VII 182 

McZena, at V 182 

Medina County, number of, in VII 197 

Mercer County, number of, in VII 195 

Miamisburg, at I 341 

Miami County, number of, in VII 187 

Mississippi Valley, in. Mention of IV 365 

Moats of IV 371 

Monroe County, number of, in VII 200 

Montgomery County, number of, in VII 185 

Morgan County, number of, in VII 184 

Morrow County, number of, in VII 189 

Muskingum County , in V 96 , 203 

Number of, in VII 177 

Muskingum Valley, of V 176 

Necessity of preservation of Ill 238 

Newark, at I, 346 ; IV, 365 ; V, 169 ; VI 435 

Noble County, number of, in VII 198 

Number of, according to Counties VII 169 

Ohio River, along V 214 

Openings in walls of IV 370 

Ottawa County, number of, in VII 193 

Paint Creek, on I 344 

Paulding County, number of, in VII 199 

Perry County, in V 169 

Number of, in VII 174 

Pickaway County, number of, in VII 172 

Pike County, in , I 345 

Number of, in! VII 178 

Plan of construction of, in Scioto Valley V 222 

Portage County, number of, in VII 198 



Index for Foliinics I to XI. 319 

Vol. Page 

^Earthworks, Portsmouth, at I 345 

Preble County, number of, in VII 196 

Prehistoric, number of, in Ohio VII 168 

Present condition of, in Ohio, Wright I 341 

Proper method of exploring ' I 6 

Putnam County, number of, in VII '201 

Richland County, in X 67 

Number of, in VII 193 

Ross County, in _. V, 219, 263, 439 

Number of, in VII 171 

Sandusky County, number of, in VII 196 

Scientific explorations of IV 406 

Scioto County, in VIII 343 

Number of, in VII 179 

Scioto Valley, in IV, 365 : VI 439 

Seneca County, number of, in VII 200 

Serpent IMound. Account of I 343 

. . Oi^ered to Socidy IV 4nO 

"Serpent Mound, Saved," Putnam I 187 

Shelby County, number of, in VII 202 

Stark County, number of, in VII 194 

Summit County, number of, in VII 188 

Table cf, by Counties and Townships V 263 

Trumbull County, number of, in VII 195 

Tuscarawas County, number of, in .' VII 190 

Union County, number of, in VII 186 

Valley enclosures IV 365 

Van Wert County, number of, in VII 202 

Vinton County, number of, in VII 186 

Walhonding, on V 195 

Warren County, in VIII 343 

Number of, in VII 179 

Washington County, number of, in VII 175 

Water supply for IV 370 

Wayne County, number of, in VII 184 

Williams County, number of, in VII 189 

Wood County, number of, in VII 199 

Wyandot County, number of, in VII 182 

Ecclesiastical Counsellors, Miantonomah condemned to 

death, by XI 4 

Economics, Advance in II 109 

Eclectic Medical Institute, Review of XI 262 

Editorial, American Historical Association I 259 

Brown, John IX 375 



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Editorial. Burke, Aaron Hinsdale IX 

"History of Adams County" ....... IX 

"Mound Builders" IX 

Preservation of Ohio Mounds I 

Sherman, John IX 

Society, Annual and Monthly meetings of....... I 

"Thwing's sketch of Ohio" IX 

Editorialana — 

Arch^eological agitation XI 

Blennerhassett again X 

Bonaparte almost a Buckeye X 

"Down historic waterways" X. 

"Fort St. Clair," Randall XI 

Fort Washington XI 

Great Seal of Ohio X 

Harper's Monthly and Serpent Mound X 

. Historical Studies X 

"Israel Williams" X 

"Land Bill Allen" X 

Perkins, Henry Bishop, Randall XI 

Pioneers of Fairfield County X 

"Records of the Past" X 

Saltlicks of Jackson County XI 

Scotch-Irish in America X 

"Sign of the Prophet," The X 

"Soldiers in the American Revolution" X 

"Story of the Western Reserve" X 

Tablet on Serpent Mound X 

"William McKinley" ... . X 

Education , Advancement in II 

Andrews. I. W. , Services of, to II 

Co-education, origin of VI 

Early account of, in Ohio Ill 

Encouragement of V 

Galloway, Reformer of IV 

German influence on VI 

Growth of, in Cleveland VI 

Higher, Constitutional provisions for.. VI 

Influence of Ill 

On Prussia Ill 

Institute of, Zoar Society .. VIII 

Marietta II 

Meaning of VI 

Noted men's zeal for... VI 



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Education, Objects of VI 355 

Ohio, in VI 322 

Ohio Constitution provides for VI 38 

Orton's ideas of, VIII 423 

Pioneer advantages of II 212 

Pioneer facilities for VI 245 

Progress in, in Ohio II 170 

Provisions for V 78 

Public II 108 

Renaissance in » VI 53 

Reservation for V 79, 161 

Solution to problems of II 115 

United States Monographs on II 438 

Vinton's encouragement of IV 242 

Western Reserve , in VII 270 

popular, in VI 35 

support of , in VI 37 

Zoarites' ideas of VII 20 

Educational Exposition, Ohio, in I 338 

'Educational lessons of the hour," Thompson Ill 168 

Edwards , Jonathan I 137 

Effigy Mounds X 231 

Perry County, in V 174 

Scioto Valley, in , V 223 

Effigy Pipes found in Adena Mound X 475 

Effigy, Raccoon found in mound X 474 

Eisenmann , John , Portrait of X 124 

Elections, Bribery at V 145 

Contested, Jurisdiction of, for Congress IV 251 

Contest of, 1876 IV 350 

Presidential in 1804 I 139 

Proposed change in, for President IV 250 

Under first Constitution V 142 

Electors, St. Clair's opinion on requirements of II 193 

Under first Constitution V 142 

Elk bones found in Adena !Mound X 471 

Ellsworth, Member of Committee on "debts," I 31 

Emancipation Proclamation II 512 

Chase cjuoted in I 116 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo — 

Carlyle writes to, concerning Ohio Valley I 230 

Mention of I 136 

Emmet, Robert, Mention of I 358- 

Emmets, The Reference to I 163 

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Enabling Act, Educational provisions in VI 37 

Ohio's boundaries established by IV 135, 152 

Ohio's admission, for... II, 196; V, 74, 344; 1X281, 282 

England contemplates establishing new provinces IV 103 

grants patent to colony south of Ohio River I 218 

repudiates the Pope's division of the New World.. IV 89 

England , Discoveries of II 362 

Historical preservation in II 245 

Land policy, of, inconsistency in I 223 

! Objections of, to Illinois colony I 218 

[ Spiritual condition of, in reign of George II III 197 

Valid title of, to Ohio Valley IV 100 

Western settlement discouraged by I 219 

English and Indian War X 425 

, Colonial Charters X, 105; V 7 

■ '*' explorations and settlements X 398 

flag over Ohio Valley X 403 

English fur traders in Ohio • VI 114 

incite Indians to hostilities VI 129 

responsible for Dunmore's War VI 127 

English , Forts buih by VII 245 

Gist's expedition , ; X 400 

Northwest under flag of X 110 

Ohio valley claimed by VII, 244; XI 102 

Right of discovery by II 368 

Episcopal Church, Ohio, in Ill 223 

Gallipolis, at Ill 224 

Gallipolis Centennial Exercises at .... Ill 16 

Kilbourne Jam'es, enters ministry of . . IV 33 

Ohio Bishops of Ill 224 

Organization of Ill 222 

Pioneer IV 39 

Episcopalian?., Jefferson County, in VI 261 

Steubenville, at VI 262 

Reservation for IV 36 

Scotch-Irish IV 111 

"Era Literary Society" ' IX 327 

Erie County ■ — 

Bibliography of earthworks in I 92 

Earthworks in, number of VII 186 

Fire lands in VI 36 

Prehistoric remains in V 270 

Eries , conflict of with Iroquois VII 8 

Ohio, in VII 5 



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"Erie , " Poem 

Erie War 

Erwin, John W., Surveys Fortified Hill, Butler Co 

Eskimo method of making flint implements 

"Evolution of Ohio counties , " Laning 

Ewing, Thomas , Candidate for S'enator 

Counsel in Zoar Society litigations 

Mention of Ill, 158; IV, 347; 

Opinions of, on Vinton 

Scotch-Irish parentage of 

Sketch of 

Vinton's death, on 

Ewing, Thomas, Senior. Presents Ohio's claims in Ohio & 

Michigan dispute 

Evans, Nelson W., Adams County History written by 

Examiners, County, Provisions for 

"Excavations of the Adena Mound," Mills 

Executive Coucil , St. Clair , on 

Executive Powers . Ohio . first 

Expansion . Arnett , on 

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Bibliography of earthworks in I 

Centennial anniversary of IX 

Earthworks in, number of VII 

Evolution of V 

Flint quarries in V 

First white child in VI 

Members of first Constitutional Convention from V 

Prehistoric remains in V 

Prominent men of X 

Fallen Timbers, Battle of, IV, 401; VII, 230; IX, 5, 214, 

222 • XI 

Indians in battle of IX 

Result of battle of IX 

Wayne at VII 

Wayne reports battle of IX 

Farley, Dr. Thomas, Account of Ill 

Farmers Castle , View of II 

Farmers' Institutes, Origin of IX 



193 
396 
173 
348 
208 
148 
52 
264 
394 

107 
225 
234 
215 
223 
241 
145 
344 



324 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Farrar, William R. — ' . Vol. Page 

"Moravian Massacre," Paper 

"Why is Ohio called the Buckeye State?" 

Farrer , Nancy , Case of 

Fayette County — 

Earthworks in , number of VII 

Pioneer Methodism in 

Prehistoric remains in 

Fearing, Paul 

Ohio territorial delegate 

Federal Capital, Concerning location of Ill, 95, 

Federalists, Admission of Ohio, on 

Marietta , at 

Narrowness of 

Part played by in Ohio's admission 

Female Seminary, First in Ohio 

Feudalism, Reference to 

Feurt Farm, Portsmouth, View of Mounds and village 

site of .' 

Fieldwork, Curator's report on, 1901 

Mills' report of 

Moorehead's report of, 1896 

Perry County , in 

Persons rendering" assistance in, 1896 

Society's , 1897 

"Fighting Chaplain' 

Filson Club 

Filson , John , Account of 

Kentucky , work on , by 

Mention of 1 , 296 ; 

"Finals," Use of to pay Revolutionary troops 

Finley, Gen. E. B., Addresses Society 

Finley, Rev. J. B., Minister, pioneer 

Finley's Sketches of Methodism. Quotations from 

Finncastl'e , Fort , Erection of ' 

Fire Lands II, 478 ; IX, 278; 

Company organized 

Extent of 

Map of 

Origin of VII, 262: 

Partition of 

Pioneers of 

"Fire Lands Grant," Laylin 

"Fire Lands Historical Society," Sloanc 

Fire Lands Hist. Snc'v. , !\Iuseum cf 



Ill 


276 


II 


174 


IV 


347 


VII 


185 


X 


207 


V 


269 


III 


145 


IX 


281 


, 95, 


107 


V 


346 


II 


187 


V 


224 


II 


194 


VI 


249 


III 


190- 


V 


217 


X 


78 


VIII 


309 


V 


165 


V 


169 


V 


166 


VII 


110 


VI 


254 


II 


576 


I 


232 


I 


231 


VI 


106 


I 


16 


I 


108 


VI 


254 


HI 


204 


VI 


128 


VI 


36 


X 


4H 


XI 


252 


X 


443 


X 


221 


X 


450 


X 


221 


X 


435 


X 


220 


X 


222 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 



325 



Vol." Page 

Fire Lands Hist. Soc'y, Officers of X 224 

Publications of '. X 223 

Fire Land Sufferers X 439 

"First battle in the American Revolution," Hunter XI 93 

First Capitol of Ohio, View of V Front 

First Educational Institution in the Ohio Valley I 106 

First Ohio Company X 105 

"First navigation of the earth," Address, Hinsdale I 164 

Fish Commission of Ohio discusses Virginia boundary. ... IV 64 

Fish hooks, Baum Village Site, from T IX 520 

Baum Village Site, View of IX 520 

Madisonville, from IX 523 

Fisher, David, "Commodore Abraham Whipple," by II 180 

Fiske, John. Quoted on public lands IV 200 

Fitch, John, VIII 397 

Application of, to Congress for aid VIII 401 

Death of VIII 406 

Description of VIII 408 

Life of VIII 398 

Mention of IV 32 

Secures patent • for steamboat IX 239 

Sketch of IX 238 

Fitch, Rev. John, soldier VIII 400 

Fitz, Greene Halleck, Love episode of VI 307 

Five Nations, Ohio, in VII, 6; XI 2 

Flag, Ohio '. X 144 

Flag, Rattlesnake VI 103 

Flagg, Junius , Mention of IV 225 

Flanner, Abbie, Love episode of VI 307 

Flat boating on the Ohio VI 157 

Fletcher, Alice C, interested in Serpent Mound I 187 

Flint, Aboriginal quarrying of II 518 

Coshocton V 238 

Found in mounds XI 137 

Implements of XI 248 

Mining of XI 138 

Quarries of V 236 

in Coshocton County V 192 

in Fairfield County V 208 

True variety of, in Ohio XI 91 

Used for aboriginal implements II 517 

Flint Implements found in Perry County, Illustrations of V 233 

Indian method of manufacture of II 523 

Large V 249 



326 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Vol. Page 

Flint Implements, Picture of V 240 

Flint Instrument, Circleville. Picture of V 249 

Flint Ridge V 236 

Absence of material from VII 153 

Bibliography of I 198 

Chalcedony from X, 473, 475 

Flint from, in Adena Mound X 469 

Baum Village X 84 

Perry County V 176 

Mention of II, 517; V, 169, 192 

Specimens from XI, 91; VIII 344 

Flint, Timothy, Book on Western travel I 237 

Flora. American forests, of VII 17 

Florida, Admission of IV 252 

Flour, Early account of production of, in Ohio Ill 93 

Folk lore , Journal of II 581 

Follett. Martin D,. Sketch of IV 458 

Foraker. J. B., Marietta Centennial, Address at II 13 

Portrait of X 350 

Forbes, Victory of, over Indians VII 26 

Force , Manning F. , Sketch of IV 458 

Force, Peter. Mention of Ill 275 

Ford, Thomas, Illinois, History of , by I 242 

Forests. Early description of, in Ohio Ill 87 

Fort Amanda, Description of Ill 309 

Fort Ancient, Age of IV, 375; VI 453 

Appropriation for care of Ill 312 

Artificial terraces in IV 364 

Bibliography of I 280 

Care of V, 287, 311; VI, 421; VIII 355 

, Cemetery at IV 368 

Chart of IV 399 

Children's graves. View of IV 416 

Committee on, reports, 1898 VII 287 

Committee reports on care of XI 84 

Couden Tract of, purchased VI 412 

Condition of, reported to Society IV 392 

Condition of, Putnam I 58 

Cowen's care of IX 400 

Crania from. Description of IV 373 

Cranium and bone implements from IV 193 

Culture of builders of IV 374 

Description of I, 342; III, 313; IV 362 

Diagram showing portion purchased by State V 292 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 327 

Vol. Page 

Fort Ancient, Dr. Moore's care of VIII 336 

Excursion to, 1897 VI 425 

1899 VIII 355 

1902 XI 85 

First purchase of V 308 

House at IV, 369; IX 387 

Judge Gilmore responds to toast to IV 442 

Length of walls of IV 363 

Location of IV 362 

Map of Ill, 313; V 287 

Material used in construction of IV 364 

Middle part of IV 368 

Military importance of IV 374 

Moat of IV 371 

Mounds of IV 368 

Necessity of preservation of IV 377 

Old Fort of ..'. IV 368 

Opening in walls of IV 370 

Ornaments from IV, Front; IV 17 

Orton's description of VI 450 

Parallel walls of IV 366 

Place of, in earthwork construction IV 374 

Prehistoric warfare at IV 368 

Preservation of ;.. I, 57; III 276 

Purchase of V 308 

Report of committee on, 1896 V 312 

Report on care of X 76 

Ridge tract negotiations, at IX 386 

Second purchase of V 309 

Shape of IV 363 

Shell disks and arrowheads from IV 49 

• Skeletons found at IV 373 

Society's care of IV, 399; IV, 416; III 266 

Stone graves in IV, 240, 369 

Stone hearths of IV 368 

Stone pavement of IV 366 

Trees of I ^70 

Underground chambers of IV 376 

Unit of measure of IV 443 

View of embankment of IV 384 

View of west side of IV 448 

Village sites in IV, 364, 

Water supply of IV 

Wright's description of VI 



369 
370 
434 



328 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Vol. Page 

Fort Ball, Description of Ill 310 

Crawford , Erection of VI 11 

Dearborn , Surrender of X 321 

Defiance, Description of Ill 807 

Ground plan of X 481 

Location of IX, 253; X 482 

Wayne builds IX 221 

Deposit , Description of Ill 308 

Donelson, Mention of IV 303 

Duquesne , Contest over VII 21 

Col. Crawford at VI 3 

Fincastle, Change of name of VI 130 

McDonald builds VI, 128; XI 175 

Findlay, Description of Ill 309 

Finney , Treaty of IV 7 

Fry, Erection of Ill 242 

Waterford, at. View of II 192 

Gamble , Bibliography of I 72 

Gower, Buildng of .' VI, 7; XI, 179, 104 

Description of Ill 302 

Dunmore's soldiers at. Resolutions of . . XI, 195, 196 

Wayne at VII 228 

Wayne's army at IX 220 

Greenville, Description of Ill 304 

Memorial at IV 402 

Hamilton XI 36 

Description of Ill 303 

Mention of XI 162 

Harmar, Council of VIII 377 

Description of Ill .302 

Determines location of Ohio Company Ill 104 

Erection of ' I, 303; IV 7 

Mention of I 283 

Treaty of . . I, 307; II, 161: VI, 204; VII, 

28, 225 

Troops removed from I 284 

View of II 145 

Henry, Siege of VI, 131, 132, 405 

Naming of VI 131 

Hill, I 260 

Bibliography of I 196 

Description of I, 59, 344; VI 436 

Map of I 261 

Map of vicinity of I 262 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 329 

Vol. Page 

Fort Hill, Mention of I m 

Industry, Description of Ill 309 

Location of X 482 

Treaty of XI 252 

Jefferson, Building of VIII, 383; X 414 

Description of Ill 304 

St. Clair's retreat to Ill 307 

Wayne at VII 223 

Jumandat, Description of • Ill 301 

Laurens , Description of Ill 302 

Erection of VI, 12, 186 

History of, by Butterfield VI 393 

Location of VI 185 

Siege of VI, 187, 392 

Loramie, Description of Ill 301 

Massac, Burr meets Wilkinson at ■ I 144 

McArthur, Description of Ill 310 

Mcintosh, Erection of VI 12 

Location of VI 186 

Treaty of VII 224 

Meigs, Battle of Ill, 306; IX 221 

Building of X, 315, 323 

Description of Ill 311 

Dudley's massacre at X 328 

Harrison at VII 100 

Influence of, in War of 1812 X 330 

Kentucky militia come to rescue of X 326 

Map of • X 316 

Miller, Col., at VI 306 

Painting of IV 398 

Siege of X, 315, 324 

Miami, British encampment at IX 228 

Description of Ill 301 

Errors corrected concerning X 480 

Location of X 480 

Strength of X 483 

Wayne reconnoiters IX 229 

Piqua VIII 479 

Description of Ill 307 

Pitt, Abandonment of I 218 

Mention of 111,277, 100 

Recovery, Battle of Ill, 306; IX 221 

Centennial at VIII 373 

Description of HI 305 



380 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Fort Recovery, Location of 

View of 

Sandusky , Description of 

Seneca, Description of 

Stanwix, IV, 109; VII, 48, 224; 

Treaty of I , 

St. Clair , Attack on 

Booklet on 

Description of 

Randall on 

St. Mary's, Description of 

Stephenson, Cannon, "Good Bess" used at 

Croghan's defense of .. II, 169; VI, 68; 

Description of 

Siege of 

Steuben , Description of 

Erection of 

Map of 

Sumter, Major Anderson at 

Vance's , Mention of 

Washington , Building of 

Description of 

Importance of 

Jones' book on 

Monument on site of 

St. Clair's troops gather at VIII 

View of monument at 

, Wayne , Gen. , at VII 

Winchester , Building of 

Description of 

Lack of supplies at 

Location of 

Wayne , Building of 

Description of 

Fort Washington, Monument, Unveiling of 

Cowan's address at unveil- 
ing of 

Hunt's address at unveiling of 

Forts and Battlefields of Ohio, Map of 

Forts , Erected by Wayne VII , 

Corrections as to building of 

Line of, in Ohio 

"Loramie and Pickawillany" VIII 

Ohio 



Vol. 


Page 


Ill 


306 


XI 


43 


III 


301 


III 


310 


X 


113 


217, 


222 


XI 


162 


IX 


382 


III 


304 


XI 


161 


III 


307 


X 


62 


X 


53 


III 


310 


X 


329 


III 


303 


VI 


189 


VI 


189 


VI 


330 


III 


291 


II 


162 


III 


303 


X 


6 


XI 


166 


X 


1 


VIII 


382 


X 


2 


VII 


■222 


IX 


261 


IX 


253 


IX 


260 


X 


483 


IX 


230 


III 


309 


X 


16 


X 


5 


X 


19 


III 


304 


231, 


212 


X 


484 


XI 


162 


VIII 


479 


III 


300 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 



831 



Vol. Page 

Forts, Prehistoric, in Richland County X 68 

Stone, in Perry County V 175 

Forts on Indian Trails VIII 268 

Fortified Hill, Bibliography of I 73 

Description of I 65 

Forsyth, John, Sec. of State, Ohio and Mich, dispute IV 223 

Foster, Charles, Attends Norwalk Academy VI 48 

Sketch of IV 459 

Fourth of July, Early celebrations of _. IV 40 

First celebration of, at Marietta II 159 

In Ohio Valley.... X 419 

In Western Reserve X 364 
Fowke, Gerard, "Archaeological History of Ohio," by, VIII, 

358; X, 74 XI 77 

Criticism on Book of XI 139 

MacLean's review of history of XI 143 

"Manufacture and use of aboriginal stone 

implements" II 514 

"Popular errors in regard to Mound Build- 
ers" II 380 

Randall's review^ of book of XI 160 

Reviews of book of XI 134, 148 

Sanborn's review of book of XI 151 

"Stone graves in Brown County" IX 193 

Fox, changes policy of Pitt concerning Burr I 149 

France, Barlow sells land to people of Ill 122 

Claim of, to Ohio Valley IV 99 

Condition of Ill 29 

Contest of, for Ohio soil Ill 161 

Convocation of States' General, of Ill 31 

Discoveries of II 362 

Historical preservation in II 426 

In 1787 Ill 30 

Influence of Revolution of Ill 34 

King of, beheaded Ill 33 

Land claims of VII 244 

National Assembly of Ill 31 

National Guard of Ill 32 

Republic of, proclaimed Ill 33 

Under control of Commune Ill 33 

Franklin, Benjamin — 

Canada pamphlet by I 213 

Colony on Ohio suggested by I 212 

"Franklinton" named for VI 61 



332 



Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Franklin, Benjamin — Continued. Vol. Page 

Ideas of, concerning usefulness of colonies to England I 

Legislative hobby of II 

Letter to Whipple II 

Manufacturers , ideas upon I 

On Indian boundary line V 

Plan of settling Western Colonies I 

Plan of union by I, 211; X 110, 403 

Reply of, to French minister I 

Reply of. to Lord Hillsborough I 

Result of oppression hinted at, by I 

Franklin College, Alumni of VIII 

Founding of VIII 

Franklin County — 

Bibliography of earthv.orks in I 193 

Early intellectual men in VI 65 

Earthworks in I 349, 355 

Blenden Township I 

Brown Township I 

Clinton Township I 

Franklin Township I 

Hamilton Township I 

Jackson Township I 

Jefferson Township I 

Madison Township I 

Mifflin Township I 

Montgomery Township I 

Perry Township I 

Plain Township I 

Sharon Township I 

Truro Township I 

Number of VII 

First white men in VI 

Madison Township, History of XI 

Mingo villages destroyed in VI 8 

Organization of VI 64 

Franklin Township, in VI 93 

Prehistoric remains in V 264 

Streams named in VI 93 

Swan's early description of VI 65 

Franklinton, Annexation of, to Columbus VI 70 

First court at VI 92 

First lot sold in VI 64 

Indian attack on VI 77 

Indian Conference at VI 89 



214 
189 
186 
214 
206 
211 



3 

220 
216 
137 
135 



354 
355 
352 
355 
350 
355 
354 
353 
353 
352 
355 
354 
353 
353 
174 
91 
259 



Index for Vohinies I to XI. 



33S 



Franklinton , etc. — Continued. 

Indian trading post at 

Influence of 

Location of 

Mention of 

Military rejoicings at 

Rendezvous at, in War of 1812 

"Franklinton," An historical Address, Beatty 

Franklinton becomes County seat 

Franklinton Centennial, "Ohio Indians," Address at 

Free Democracy 

Freemasons, Mention of 

Portsmouth, of. Donations to Society 

Fremont, Birchard Library at 

Lower Sandusky changed to 

Site of Fort Stephenson at 

Spiegel Grove at 

"Fremont in history," Haynes 

French, Bienville's expedition 

Character of, at Gallipolis 

Discoveries of 

Explorations of Ill, 13 ; 

Forbes drives, from Pennsylvania 

Northwest under 

Ohio Valley claimed by 

Ohio exploration by 

Policy of in the Northwest 

Relations of, with Indians 

Settlements of, in Northwest Territory 

Two great settlements of 

French clergy 

French emigrants arrive at Alexandria 

French-English competition for Mississippi Valley 

French-English Ohio Valley dispute 

French flag, Ohio under 

French Grant 

Distribution of lands in 

Donation of 

Establishment of 

French-Indian Alliance 

French King, character of 

French people 

French Revolution - I, 128 ; 

French settlers at Gallipolis Ill, 162; 

"French settlement and settlers of Gallipolis" Vance 



Vol. Page 



VI 


89 


VI 


72 


VI 


61 


IV 


299 


VI 


C)S 


VI 


67 


VI 


59 


VI 


64 


VI 


72 


I 


119 


I 


358 


I 


37& 


X 


65 


II 


471 


III 


310 


X 


64 


X 


49 


X 


400 


III 


10& 


II 


370 


X 


897 


VI 


116 


X 


102 


XI 


102 


VI 


114 


X 


109 


VII 


19 


II 


133 


X 


103 


III 


30 


IV 


20 


X 


398 


II 


377 


X 


397 


III 3. 


, 10, 55 


Ill 


28 


IV 


28 


III 


133 


VI 


115 


III 


29 


III 


30- 


III ; 


29, 180- 


X 


422 


III 


45, 



334 



Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



French settlers in Illinois, Account of 

French and Indian War II, 370 ; 

Indians, Ohio, in 

Ohio, in 

Result of .' 

Friends, Divisions of VI, 252, 264, 

Jefferson County, in VI, 262 ; 

Orthodox 

School erected in Steubenville by 

Frog Pipes 

"From Charter to Constitution," Paper, by Ryan 

Frontenac, Fort Miami built by 

Frontier, Ohio, Condition of, in the Revolution 

Indian depredations on 

Fruit, Jeffeson County, in 

Fugitive Slave Law, Chase opposes 

Fugitive Slaves 

Cincinnati people capture 

Matilda Case 

(See Underground R. R.) 

Fulton County, Earthworks in, number of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Fulton, John A., employed to survey Northern Ohio boundary 

Fulton, Robert, Fitch's ideas obtained by 

Mention of VI, 106 ; 

Fulton Line 

Fur traders, English, in Ohio 



Vol. 


Page 


I 


241 


X 


404 


VII 


21 


VII 


19 


XI 


168 




268 


VIII 


201 


VI 264, 267 


VI 


251 


V 


252 


VI 


15 


III 


301 


VI 


15 


XI 


172 


VI 


289 


I 


121 


II 


501 


I 


115 


I 


115 


VII 


183 


V 


267 


IV 


162 


VIII 


405 


X 


13 


IV 


194 


VI 


114 



Galena, Grant's experience at , 

Gallagher. William Davis 

Ancestors cf 

Biography of 

Connection of, with Ohio State Journal. 

Editor of Hcspcr-ion 

Editor of Mirror 

Letters of 

Letters from McDonald to 

Lyceum lectures of 

Migration of, to Ohio 

Money carried to New Orleans by 

Personal appearance of 

Poetic productions of 



X 



236 
309 
358 
358 
372 
255, 372 
365 
373 
255 
367 
358 
312 
369 
368 



Index for Volumes I to XL 



3:J5 



'Gallagher, William Davis — Continued. Vol. Page 

Politics, in I 36"2 

Prentice challenges II 315 

Printers' trade learned by I ' 360 

Public men's opinion of II 320 

Wallace's letter to II 317 

Gallatin, Albert, Mention of V xiii 

National Road idea of IX 407 

Report of, on Ohio Public Lands V 155 

Gallia Academy, Organization of , III 71 

■Gallia County, Earthworks in, number of VII 190 

Higher education in Ill 165 

Prehistoric remains in V 273 

•Gallipolis, Account of early settlement at Ill 50 

Arrival of French settlers at Ill 46 

Cabins erected at IV 20 

Character of settlers at Ill , 48 . 72 109 

. Dr. Saugrain at Ill Q6 

Early description of Ill 64, 65 

Early description of people of Ill 64 

Early educational sentiment at Ill 71 

Episcopal Church in Ill 224 

First winter at Ill 51 

"French settlement and settlers at," Vance Ill 51 

French settlers reach Ill, 132 ; IV 24 

Influence of French settlers of Ill 162 

Land donations to citizens of IV 29 

Lafayette visits Ill 78 

Louis Phillippe visits Ill 78 

Major Burnham erects cabins at Ill 47 

Methodism in Ill 206 

Militia at _. Ill 53 

Misrepresentation to settlers of Ill 191 

Name given to Ill 49 

Original owners of town lots of Ill 57 

Plan of town lots in Ill 60 

Platted by Barlow Ill 125 

Residents of, petition Congress IV 26 

Sale of original lots in Ill 62 

Settlement at Ill 3, 9 

Settlers at X 422 

Site of, sold by Ohio Company Ill 133 

Sketch of original lots of Ill 61 

View of, on "Centennial Day" Ill 17 

Vinton buried at IV 262 



336 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Gallipolis, etc. — Continued. Vol. Page 

Vinton locates at IV 233 

Waddell, William, of Ill 176 

Gallipolis Centennial, Addresses at Ill 12 

Address, Campbell, J. E., at Ill 161 

Grosvenor, Gen. Chas., at. Ill 14 

Jones, J. v., at Ill 14,175 

Marshall, R. D., at Ill 172 

Safford, Judge W. H., at. Ill 14 

Baptist Church, exercises at Ill 15 

Catholic Church, exercises at Ill 16 

"Centennial Day" at Ill 15 

Committees of Ill 4 

Episcopal Church, exercises at Ill 16 

Gladden, Washington, Sermon by, 

at Ill 178 

Grand parade at Ill 17 

Information Circular, No. 2, of.... Ill ' 3 

Mention of IV 401 

Methodist Church, exercises at Ill 15 

Opening address at Ill 26 

Opera House services Ill 17 

Presbyterian Church, exercises at. .. . Ill 16 

Proceedings of ._ Ill 1 

Program of Ill 9 

Reception at .' Ill 18 

Relic Room at Ill 19 

Sermon at, Lasher, Rev., by Ill 227 

Sermon at, Moncure, by Ill 221 

Galloway, Samuel — 

Ancestry of IV 263 

Appointed Judge Advocate . '. IV 271 

Biography of, by Gladden IV 263 

Candidate for Governor IV 273 

Defeat of, for Congress IV 270 

Educational career of IV 264 

Educational reformer .' IV 276 

Election 'of, to Congress IV 268 

Interest of, in oublic schools IV, 277; VI 108 

On Kansas-Nebraska contest TV 269 

On slavery question IV 267 

Personal appearance of IV 273 

Politics . in IV 266 

Portrait of IV 262 

Religious convictions of IV 266 ■ 



Vol. 


Page 


IV 


•275 


IV 


276 


IV 


266 


IV 


271 


IV 


270 


IV 


27e 


IV 


198 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 337 

Galloway, Samuel — Continued. 

Religious life of 

Secretary of State 

Studies law 

Summons of, to Washington 

Support of, given to Lincoln 

Galloway , Tod B 

"Ohio and Michigan, boundary line dispute,". 
Responds to toast "Ohio's Congressman during 

the War," IV 446 

Galloway, William A. — 

"Revolutionary soldier in the valley of the Miami,".. 

Gambler, Kenyon College at 

Gamble's Fort, Ashland Co., Bibliography of 

Game , Abundance of 

Early account of, in Ohio 

Gano, Maj. John S., builds Ft. St. Clair 

Gard, Daniel H. , Sketch of 

Garden of Eden, Site of, in Ohio 

Traditional location of 

Gardner, Geo. W., Sketch of 

Garfield, Jas. A., Account of 

Character of 

Mention of II, 33; VI, 346, 368; 

Sketch of 

Teacher 

Garfield, Hon. J. R. , Responds to toast "History in 

schools and colleges , " 

Garrison, William Lloyd, Mention of 

Gass , Mary G. , Portrait of 

Gates, Sir Thomas, First Virginia Charter, to 

Gazlay, Hon. Jas. W., Editor of The Western Tiller .... 
Geauga County — 

Bibliography of earthworks in 

Centralization of schools in 

Earthworks in, number of VII 

Erection of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Genealogical Quarterly , Notice of 

Genealogies, Preservation of 

"Genealogy of William McKinley," Stapleton 

General Assembly — 

Common Pleas Judges impeached by 

First ,' in Ohio 

Second , in Ohio 

22 Vol. XI. 



X 


72 


I 


52 


I 


72 


VI 


122 


III 


91 


III 


304 


IV 


459 


X 


22S 


I 


323 


IV 


459 


IV 


447 


IX 


150 


IX 


378 


IV 


430 


VI 


48 


V 


305 


VI 284, 352 


X 


303 


V 


1 


I 


361 


I 


193 


VI 


57 


VII 


201 


VI 


217 


V 


273 


IX 


250 


VI 


417 


X 


236 


III 


152 


III 


151 


III 


15t 



338 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

General Assembly — Continued. Vol. Page 

Third, in Ohio Ill 152 

General Land Office, Connection of, with Ohio-Michigan 

boundary dispute IV 188 

■'Geographical Notes , " MacFarland X 486 

Geography , Ancient I 165 

,^ Church fathers views of I 165 

i Circumnavigation of the globe I 168 

"First navigation of the earth," Hinsdale I 164 

Ignorance of America IV 200 

Longitude and latitude. Origin of I 164 

Pythagoras' views of I 164 

Saracens cultivate I 165 

Toscanelli's Map of the earth I 166 

Vague knowledge concerning Western lands.. IV 203 

"World Annie," The I 166 

Geology, Orton's work in, in Ohio VIII 421 

Scripture, reconciliation with VIII 416 

George II, Mention of Ill 196 

Georgia, Early documents of II 433 

Opinions of, concerning slavery in the Northwest I 28 

Georgia Loan Office Certificates, Ohio Company invests in II, 226, 232 

"German Pioneers," Peters, Marietta Centennial II 55 

German relic department, Marietta Centennial II 248 

Germans, Jefferson County, in VI 218 

Thrifty pioneers among II 62 

Germany, Unification of Ill 36 

Gibson, Gen. George, Mention of VI 127 

Gibson, John, Affidavit of, concerning Logan's speech.... XI 196 

Commandant at Fort Laurens Ill 302 

Logan's speech heard by VII, 55; XI 193 

Mention of Ill 281 

Reports Logan's speech Ill, 358, 360 

Giddings, Joshua R., I 120 

Ancestry of VI 101 

Mention of VI 47 

Gilmore, Judge W. J., Address Greenville Centennial, at, VII 241 

Death of V, 320; VI 412 

Responds to toast to "Ft. Ancient".... IV 442 

Sketch of IV 460 

Gill, Hon. J. J. Address at Steubenville Centennial VI 344 

Ginseng, Abundance of, in Seven Ranges VI 202 

Girty, George, Disbursing agent for Shawnees VII 76 

Lochry expedition , in VI 384 

Girty, James, Ft. Henry, Siege of, at VI 405 



Index for Volumes I to XI. [ 339 

Girty, James, etc. — Continued. Vol. Page 

Sketch of VII 52 

"Girtys," The, History, of VI 392 

"Girty's Island , "' Love XI 155 

Girty's Point X 310 

Girty, Simon XI 32 

Action of in Sandusky War VI 20, 23 

Brant attacks VII 77 

Connection of, with Crawford's death VI, 32; VII 74 

Connection of, with Gnadenhutten rflassacre VI 146 

Description of VI 27 

Dunmore's scout XI 179 

Dunmore's treaty , at VII . 54 ; 356 

Influence of, upon Indians VI 149 

Kenton captured by VII 75 

Mention of VII, 99, 322: VIII, 378; X, 310. 313 

Portrait of VI 23 

Promises Crawford aid VI 27 

Renegade VI 205 

Reports Crawford's death VI 152 

Sending of, to capture Zeisberger VII 64 

Sketch of VII , 47 107 

Wife of VI 254 

Gist, Christopher, Expedition of X 400 

Journey of, to Ohio, VI, 91; VII, 20; 

IX, 410,; X, 108; XI 201 

Mention of ! VIII 482 

Glacial deposits — 

Paleolithic implements found in I 177 

Source of stone implements II 516 

Glacial evid'ence. Plum Creek, Lorain County, at I 185 

Raccoon Creek, Licking County, at . . . . I 183 

Glacial Kames V 261 

Glacial Period, Approximate time since I 184 

Effects of, upon lakes I 185 

"Relation of, to Archaeology of Ohio," 

Wright I 174 

Glacial sheet. Extent of I 174 

Result of I 175 

Glaciated Area , Line of I 175 

Map showing, in Ohio I 176 

Gladden. Rev. Washington — 

Address, Galloway, Samuel, on IV 263 

Biography of Francis Charles Sessions by IV 292 

Mention of 111,160; IV 334 



340 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Gladden, Rev. Washington — Continued. Vol. Page 

Orton, Memorial address by VIII 409 

Peroration on life of Hayes IV 360 

Responds to toast, "Life of the people in history".... V 305 

Rutherford B. Hayes, Biography of , by IV 338 

Sermon of Ill , 17 , 178 

Gladstone, Wm. E., America, on VI 381 

Mention of 111,218; IV 339 

Glenford , Stone fort , near V 175 

Gnadenhutten, British responsible for massacre at VI 143 

"Cooper shop," Monument at VII 301 

Dedication of monument at Ill 297 

First house in, view of VII 309 

First Moravian Church at VII 321 

Indian Conference at VII 65 

Indian Monument at Ill 278 

Massacre at Ill, 276; VII, 69, -331 

Members of the mission of HI 298 

Moravian mission at VII 49 

Moravian settlement at HI 107 

Museum of relics from VIII 334 

Re-settlement of VII 343 

Zeisberger's tree at VII 321 

Gnadenhutten Centennial VI, 148; VII, 292, 297 

Historical exhibit at VII 311 

Van Vleck's address at VII 305 

God in the Constitution V, 111, 147 

Goethe , friend of Lesquereux IV 283 

Goforth , Dr. , Mention of I 237 

Gold , Discoverer of VI 102 

Gosele, John, Member of Zoar Soci'ety VIII 23 

Goths , Migrations of HI 181 

Gould, Dr., "Preglacial bed of Rocky River," by I 182 

Government, Advance in II 110' 

Early account of, for Ohio Ill 95 

Northwest territorial I, 223, 309; V 61, 64 

Rufus King's opinion on change of II 214 

Shakers' IX 68 

Society's V 324 

Governor, Duties of under Ordinance, 1787 V 51 

5'onV/3)'.y report to, 1890 HI 269 

Gower, Fort, Description of HI 302 

Graded Way I 345 

Graham. A. A., "Abolition colony and its founder" II 386 



Vol. 


Page 


Ill 


13 


I 


292 


376, 


386 


V 


295 


II 


541 


II 


428 


IV 


394 


I 


303 


V 


322 



Index for Volumes I to XL 341 



Graham, A. A., Annual Address, "Early explorations of 

French in America 

Annual report of, 1885 

Annual report of, 1887 I, 

Death of 

"Department of History and Archaeology 

at Columbus Centennial" 

"Documentary history of Ohio" 

Leave of absence granted to 

"Legislation in Northwest Territory".... 
Mention of .... Ill, 160; IV, 299, 404; 
"Military posts, forts and battlefields in 

the State of Ohio" Ill 300 

Notice by, concerning matter for Quar- 
terly I 82 

Ohio boundary lines IV 127 

Re-election of, by Society IV 410 

Resignation of IV 423 

Sketch of IV 460 

Society's resolution on IV 405 

Work of, in Society IV 423 

Graham Diet System , Mention of VI 267 

Graham, Government secret agent against Burr I 151 

Li rand Company, Successor to Ohio Company, 1740 I 219 

Granville, Earthworks at I 346 

Pail factory at, Use of preglacial wood in.... I 181 

Pioneer Methodism in '. X 206 

Grant, U. S. — 

Beatty, John, on XI 232 

Cadetship of XI 233 

Captaincy declined by XI 239 

Commands regiment XI 240 

Elements of success in XI 243 

Galena experience of XI 236 

Marriage of XI 235 

Mention of VI 368 

Mexican military service XI 234 

Military rank of XI 245 

Obstinacy of XI 245 

Proper age for war XI 238 

Reticence of XI 245 

Stoicism of XI 245 

Washb'u-n's friendship for XI 237 



842 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Vol. Page 

Gray, John, Washington's last soldier II 219 

Gray, Thomas H., Connection of, with "Underground 

R. R." IV 54 

Great Britain, Slaves emancipated in Ill 35 

"(jreat Commoner , " IV 339 

"Great Divide," Historical importance of IX 411 

Great Kentucky Revival XI 217 

Great Seal of Ohio, Legislation on X 392 

"Great Seal of Ohio." Knabenshue IX 489 

Greathouse, Daniel — 

Connection of, with murder of Logan's relatives.... VI 125 

Greece, Battles for freedom, of Ill 35 

Greeley, Horace, Ancestry of VI 101 

Greene Countv. Bibliography of earthworks in I 193 

Earthworks of VIII 343 

Earthworks in, number of .' VII 181 

Prehistoric remains in V 269 

Green River , Mention of Ill 100 

Greenville, Fort Jefferson near Ill 304 

Shaker missionaries at XI 221 

Wayne's army returns to IX 231 

Wayne's winter quarters at VI 207 

Greenville Centennial IV, 423 ; VII 205 

Butler's letter at VII 257 

Doyle's address at VII 256 

Gilmore's address at VII 207 

Legislature fails to provide for IV, 431 ; V 280 

McKinley's address at VII 207 

Prayer at VII 205 

Society's part in V 296 

Greenville, Fort, Description of Ill 304 

Greenville Treaty Ill, 305; VI, 208, 77,78; VII, 35; 

IX, 6, 231; X 432 

Boundary line fixed at VII 238 

Chiefs at VII 218 

Indian tribes representented in VII 218 

Mention of Ill 301 

Of 1814 VII 239 

Parties to XI 250 

Results of ....VI, 111; VII, 208, 216, 239 

Signing of VII 239 

Tecumseh considers, invalid VII 88 

Greenville Treaty Line Ill 305 

Map of XI 249 



Index for Volumes I to XL 343 

Greenville Treaty Line — Continued 

Mention of 

Grist Mill, First in Jefferson County 

Groghan, George, Portrait of 

Grosvenor, Gen. Chas. — 

Address, Gallipolis Centennial at 

Vinton's proposed apportionment law, on 

Guernsey County, Earthworks in, number of VII 

Prehistoric remains in 

Guests at Banquet of 1896 » 

Gurley, Rev. L. B., Sketch of 

Gurley, John A., Mention of 

Gurneyites VI, 252, 267 

Guyot. Arnold, Comes to America 

Fellow student of Lesquereux 



H 

hiabeas Corpus 



Vol. 


Page 


IV 


131 


VI 


234 


X 


49 


III 


14 


IV 


259 


VII 


203 


V 


273 


V 


307 


X 


21 


IV 


447 




268 


IV 


286 


IV 


280 



Ordinance of 1787 on, 

Suspension of, in Burr Conspiracy 

Writs of 

Halbedel, E. N., writes to Anderson 

Hale, Edward Everett — 

Address Marietta Centennial 

Opposes Slavery in National Territory 

Remarks of. Marietta Centennial 

Half King, mention of 

Hall , Judge James , Illinois History by 

Halleck, FitzGreen , love affair of 

Halstead, Murat, mention of 

Hamer, Thos. L., opinion of Galloway 

Hamilton, Alexander — 

Duel with Burr 

Member Committee on "Debts," 

Mention of 

Objects to Quebec Act 

Opinion on ownership of Crown Lands IV 

Hamilton County — 

Bibliography of earthworks in I 194 

Boundary of V 331, 337 

Earthworks in I 342 

Earthworks in , number of VII 183 

Enlargement of -^ V o-iyl 

Establishment of I 309 



VI 

II 


349 
154 


I 


152 


V 


55 


VI 


1 


II 


94 


I 


121 


II 


140 


V 


93 


I 


242 


VI 


307 


II 


301 


IV 


266 


I 


240 


I 


31 


II 


194 


I 


226 


IV 


105 



844 



Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Hamilton County — Continued. 

Evolution of 

Extension of 

. Map of 

Members First Constitutional Convention from. .V, 81 

Organization and first officers of 

Original Boundary of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Hamilton, Fort, Description of 

Hampton, Oliver C. , Portrait of 

Hamtramck, Major — 

Ft. Steuben erected by 

Personal appearance of 

Sketch of 

St. Clair's Defeat, in 

Hancock County — 

Earthworks in, nrmber of 

Fort Findlay in 

Prehistoric remains in 

Jnandy , Truman P. , Sketch of 

Haning, Rev. I. Z., evangelistic work of 

Hanna, Chas. A., Harrison County, History written by.... 

Hanna, M. A., Address at Pan-American Exposition 

Hardin County — 

Bibliography of earthworks in 

Earthworks in, number of 

Fort McArthur in 

Prehistoric remains in 

Harmar, Ft., Description of 

Harmar, General, Defeat of VI, 205; 

Expedition of..n, 163; VII, 82; VIII, 

378; XI, 31; 

Leaves Ft. Washington 

Mention of 

Shawnees defeat 

Tecumseh at time of 

Wetzel arrested by 

Harness Mound — 

Copper and Ornaments from 

Description of 

Extracts from Peabody Museum Reports on 

View of 

View of ground plan of 

Harris, Israel H. , Sketch of 

Harris, Rev., Book on Western Travels by 



Vol. 


Page 


V 


330 


V 


336 


V 


332 


! 


32, 84 


II 


163 


V 


330 


V 


267 


III 


303 


X 


252 


VI 


189 


VI 


193 


VIII 


261 


VIII 


261 


VII 


198 


III 


309 


V 


272 


IV 


4G1 


III 


104 


IX 


529 


X 


141 


I 


195 


VII 


180 


III 


310 


V 


266 


III 


302 


VII 


209 


X 


427 


X 


6 


III 


303 


XI 


180 


VII 


81 


VI 


166 


V 


243 


V 


221 


V 


228 


V 


223 


V 


224 


IV 


461 


I 


237 



IV 137 


.188 


IV 


160 


III 


101 


VI 


217 


VII 


199 


IX 


539 


VI 


24 


III 


310 


X 


315 


III 


310 


II 


177 


IX 


254 


VI 


82 


II 


166 


I 


313 


VII 


100 


XI 


161 


X 


6 


VI 67 


, 72 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 345 

Vol. Page 

Harris, William, Establishes Ohio-Indiana boundary 

Reports on Ohio-Michigan boundary .... 
Harrison, Benjamin, Washington's letter to concerning 

western navigation 

Harrison County, Erection of 

Prehistoric remains in VI, 272; 

Review of History of 

Harrison, Maj. Wm., killed by Delawares 

Harrison, Gen. W. H., Builds Ft. Ball 

Builds Ft. Meigs III. 311; 

Builds Ft. Seneca 

Buckeyes in campaign of 

Commands troops on Maumee . . . 

Describes Ohio river . . ., 

Early military experience of 

Elected delegate to Congress.... 

Ft. Meigs, at 

Ft. St. Clair, at 

Ft. Washington . at 

Headquarters at Franklinton .... 
Helps bury the dead of St Clair's 

army VIII 394 

Holds Indian conference at Frank- 
linton VI 89 

Mention of ..I, 342; II, 304; IX, 

222 : 

Opposes St. Clair 

Part of. in admission of Ohio.... 

"'Prophet" attacks 

Raises army in War of 1812 

Relations with Indians 

Sent against Indians 

Succeeds Winchester 

Territorial Delegate to Congress, 

II, 167; III, 149; XI 152 

Writes to Monroe concerning Ft. 

Winchester 

Wyandot's description of 

Hart, Benjamin F., Sketch of 

Hart, Dr. Frank 0., Address, "Prehistoric Remains in 

Northwestern Ohio" 

^ Donation to Society from 

Paper, "Modern customs of savage 

origin" I 297 



X 


55 


XI 


68 


XI 


60 


VII 


93 


X 


323 


VII 


37 


VII 


89 


IX 


261 



IX 


268 


VI 


80 


IV 


402 


I 


101 


I 


100 



346 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Hart, Dr. Frank O. — Continued. Vol. Page 

Resolutions of thanks to ; . I 101 

Hart, Dr. Josiah, Account of HI 249 

Hartford Convention, Secretary of VI 225 

Harvey, Thomas W., Mention of VI 107 

S'ervices of VI 43 

Teacher VI 54 

Hastings , Warren , Mention of I 157 

Hatch, Col. W. S., Tecumseh discussed by VII 79 

Hatchets, from Muskingum Valley, Picture of V 246 

War, Picture of V 248 

Hawaiian Islands, Acquisition of VIII 435 

Hawkins, Ezekiel C. , Pioneer photographer V 300 

Portrait of VI 300 

Hawkins, Sir John, Expedition of VII 2 

Hay, John, Trusteeship of Society declined by IX 391 

Sketch of " IV 462 

Hayes, R. B., Adams' opinion of IV 352 

Assists Howe in second Ohio tour IV 330 

Attends Norwalk Academy VI 48 

Biography of. by Gladden IV 338 

. Character of IV 353 

College life of IV 343 

Contested election , 1876 IV 350 

Early life of IV 341 

Educational adantages of IV 342 

Elected Governor IV 349 

> Elected President IV 350 

Elected President of Society IV 390 

Enters Congress IV 348 

Marietta Centennial, Address by II, 3, 50 

Marriage of ■ IV 347 

Mention of I, 332; IV, 325, 329; VI 325 

Military record of IV 348 

Narrates war record of McKinley . X 233 

On "spoils" system TV 356 

Patriotism of IV 355 

Peroration on life of IV 360 

Political affiliations of IV 348 

Portrait of IV 338 

Practices law in Cincinnati IV 346 

Reconstruction policy of IV 357 

Refuses to oust Democratic librarian IV 357 

Religious convictions of IV 359 

Reminiscences of II 471 



Index for Volumes I to XL 847 

Hayes, R. B. — Continued. Vol. Page 

Retirement of IV 358 

Society addressed by II, 335; VII 280 

Spiegel Grove home of X 65 

Studies law IV 345 

Haynes , Julia M. , "Fremont in History" X 49 

Hebrews, reference to Ill 178 

Heck, Barbara, portrait of X 165 

Heckewelder, John, arrives at Gnadenhutten VII, 298, 317 

Biography of VII 314 

Describes Capt. Pipe's meeting with 

Moravians VII 61 

Death of VII 348 

Embassador to Indians VII 336 

House of VII 302 

Indian Missionary VIII 48 

Influence of VII 335 

Journeys to Gnadenhutten in Revolu- 
tion VII 323 

Literary labors of VII 345 

Marriage of VII 327 

Map of Northeastern Ohio by VIII 279 

Mention of 111,78; V 193 

Moravian Missionary VI 147 

On Indian tradition II 395 

On Wayne's victory VII 340 

Peace messenger to Indians VII 97 

Portrait of VII 299 

Relations toward Indians VII 32 

Treaty with Indians VI 206 

Visits Gallipolis HI 63 

Visits New Salem VII 337 

Youth of VII 315 

Hedges, Elzey, account of I 253 

Heer , Frederick J. , sketch of IV 463 

Heer, Oswald, mention of IV 289 

Hematite, found in mounds V 236 

Source of H 516 

Cone of V 242 

' Plummets of V 234 

Hemp , production of IH 105 

Henkle , Teacher VI 54 

Henry 'County, earthworks in, number of VII 201 

Prehistoric remains in V 273 

Henry , Fort , Siege of VI 405 



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Vol. Page 

Henry, Patrick, Commissions Clarke X 412 

George Rogers Clarke sent by . . X, 114; X 72 

Howe visits home of H 456 

Member House of Burgesses XI 174 

Mention of I 129 

Oratory of H 457 

Henry, Prince of Portugal, Geographical views of I 166 

Hermit's Cave I 263 

Heroism, need of HI 192 

Herschel, Sir John, Quotation from I 164 

Hesperian Tree, Review of IX 533 

Hesperian, The, Edited by Gallagher I 372 

Hicks, Prof. Elias, VI 264 

On glacial evidence on Raccoon Creek, 

Licking Co I 183 

Highland County, Bibliography of earthworks in I 196 

Earthworks of VIII 343 

Earthworks in, number of VII 183 

Preglacial drainage in I 263 

Preglacial wood in I 181 

Prehistoric remains in V 267 

High School , in Cleveland VI 51 

Highways, Pioneer X 177 

Hildrath, Dr. S. P., First Marietta Court discussed by.. II 175 

History of II 29 

Marietta earthworks by V 201 

Reference to Ill 241 

Refers to Madame Blennerhassett . . I 135 

Hills, Brainard D., Sketch of IV 462 

Hillsborough, Lord Ill 105 

Describes Ohio Ill 92 

Western land policy of I 222 

Hill-top enclosures IV 365 

Hinsdale, B. A., "First Navigation of the Earth" I 164 

"History of Popular Education in Wes- 
tern Reserve" VI 35 

Documents relative to western lands.... II 286 

"Old Northwest,"- Note on II 348 

"Right of Discovery" 11 349 

"Sale of the Western Reserve" II 475 

Sketch of IX 378 

"Western Land Policy of British from 

1763 to 1775" I 207 

Historian, Filson, John • I 232 



Index for Volumes I to XL 



349 



Vol. Page 

Historical Building for the Society XI 72 

"Historical Collections of Ohio," Mention of IV 313 

Society petitions legisla- 
ture to purchase 

plates of IV 407 

Historical investigation, educational institutions engaged in I 80 

Historical material in Ohio XI 347 

Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio II 310 

Historical and Archaeological Collections inphio, list of.. I 395 

Historical and Pioneer Societies in Ohio, list of I 402 

Historical Societies , Eastern , IX 243 

At Marietta Centennial II 6 

Of other States V 289 

Secretary of Society visits X 73 

Historical Society, Buffalo, Red Jacket's Monument erected 

by IX 22 

Collection of the Cayuga County .... II 440 

Fire Lands X 221 

Kansas II 552 

Southern, papers of II 579 

Virginia, collection of II 579 

Wisconsin , work of II 552 

Wells VI 314 

History, Andrew's papers on II 267 

British preservation of II 425 

Butterfield's writings on IX 181 

Department at Columbus Centennial IV 541 

Documentary , of Ohio Ill 273 

Value of Ill 274 

French preservation of II 426 

Growth of interest in . . . .■ I 79 

Importance of preservation of II 424 

Importance of preservation of local .... HI, 168; I 91 

Object of study of VI 458 

Ohio rich in II 555 

Preservation of in U. S II 426 

Study of X 388 

Virginia's preservation of II 424 

Wisconsin's preservation of II 424 

"History of Bimetalism," Lee, mention of I 301 

"History of Popular Education in Western Reserve," Hins- 
dale VI 35 

"History in Schools and Colleges," J. R. Garfield V 305 

History of Society V 321 



350 



Ohio Arch, and His. Society Pithlications. 



Vol. Page 



Hitchcock, Judge Henry, "American State Constitutions," 

Notice of I 

On Circumstantial evidence .... HI 

Hoadly George, Eulogizes, Chase I 

Interest in Society V 

Mention of IV, 329, 

Reminiscence of II 

Hoar, George F., Marietta Centennial Address by II 3, 14 

Society addressed by II 336 

Hocking Circuit Ill 

Hocking County , Ash Cave in V 

Earthworks in, number of VII 

Prehistoric remains in V 

Hocking River, Fort Gower on Ill 

"Hociving Valley, a field for historical research," Sleeper V 

Hockhocking, Crawford leads army to VI 

Dunmore ascends XI 

Early description of Ill 

Holiday, Ohio Company sets aside II 

Hollingsworth, Jem, story of VI 

Holmes County, Bibliography of earthworks in I 

Delfiware village in V 

Earthworks in, number of V, 183; VII 

Prehistoric remains in V 

Western Reserve, school lands in VI 

"Holy Club" Ill 

"Holy Stone of Newark" V 

"Home Department," proposed establishment of IV 

Homer, Ohio, Butcher mound at VIII 

Williams mound at VIII 

Homestead Act VI , 273 ; X 

Harper, O. C "Coxey movement in Ohio" IX 

Poem by V Preface 

Hopewell Mounds, crania found in IV 373 

Importance of VI 

Homer, John S., Appointed governor of Michigan IV 

Horticultural Society, Ohio, founder of VI 

Horton, Hon. V. B., Death of I 

House of Representatives, rejects suspension of habeas 

corpus I 152 

Howard, Col. D. W. H. , Commissioner of Ohio and Mich- 
igan boundary dispute .... IV 215 
Experience on "Underground 

R. R." IV 60 



206 
154 
116 
321 
347 
469 



203 

284 
188 
269 
302 
303 
7 
179 

84 
274 
361 
198 
185 
189 
270 

38 
197 
173 
257 
316 
214 

98 
155 



444 
224 
289 
384 



Index for Vol nines I to XI. 361 

Howard, Col. D. W. H. — Continued. Vol. Page 
Letter to State Department con- 
cerning Ohio and Michigan 

boundary dispute IV 193 

Howe Frank H., Assists Henry Howe in second tour of 

Ohio IV 330 

.Mention of IV, 408, 334 

Howe, Henry, Ancestry of IV 314 

Assisted by friends in second tour IV 329 

Biography of, by Smith IV 311 

Borrows McDonald manuscripts VI 174 

Death of IV 334 

Drawing by VI 19 

Early life of IV 315 

Encouraged to write second Ohio History IV 329 

Financial failure of IV 3"27 

Funeral of IV 335 

General Assembly assists IV 333 

Historical Collections of IV 326 

Notice of II 572 

Society 'endorses, 
purchase of 
plates • of. III, 

238 ; IV 407 

Influence of Ohio History IV 326 

Learns printer's trade IV 315 

Literary tastes of IV 327 

Military record of IV 327 

Opinion of, on slavery IV 320 

Optimism of IV 311 

"Our whole Country," published by . . . . IV 327 

Pall-bearers of * IV 326 

Portrait of II, 441; IV 311 

Publishes second Historical Collections. . IV 331 

Recollections of historic travels by II 441 

Religious convictions of IV 335 

Revisits Ohio to write history IV. 328, 322 

Undertakes History of New York IV 318 

Various books published by IV 326 

Visits Cooper II 447 

Visits Jamestown II 452 

Visits Ohio II 461 

Visits South Carolina IV 322 

Visits Virginia HI 319 



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Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Howe, Henry, etc. — Continued. Vol. Page 
Writes "Historical Collections of New Jer- 
sey" IV 

Writes "History of Virginia" IV 

Youth of II 

Howe, Hezekiah, publishes Webster's Dictionary IV 

Howe, Lord, repulsed at Dorchester Heights II 

Howells, William Dean, Family of VI 

Father of VI 

Mention of VI 

Sketch of Hayes by IV 

Hudson , Churches of IX 

Civil War, in IX 

Literary influence of IX 

Pioneers of IX 

Religious influence of IX 

Hudson Centennial, account of IX 

Dr. Bushnell's address at IX 

Frazer's address at IX 

Gould's address at IX 

Herrick's address at IX 

Judge Marvin's address at IX 

Miss Clark's address at IX 

McKees' address at IX 

Seese's address at IX 

I 

Ice Age, Exhibit of, at Columbian Exposition IV 

Ohio, in I 

Icones iiiuscorum, Publication of IV 

Idol Woship in Mexico I 

Illinois, Early histories of I 

First settlers of Ill 

Franklin colony of I 

French settlement in II 

Growth of VIII 

Settlement of Ill 

Illustrations — 

Adena Mound X 

Fig. 1 ( Showing the two sections) .... X 

Fig. -1 (First cut) X 

Fig. .'3 (Sand dome of original 

Mound ) X 

Fig. 1 ( C(i]ipcr Bracelet ) X 



319 
320 
441 
315 
32 
299 
406 
346 
341 
359 
364 
347 
352 
350 
318 
319 
350 
342 
347 
338 
354 
352 
364 



397 
180 
288 
324 
240 
106 
217 
133 
450 
10<) 

451 
453 
456 

457 
457 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 353 

Illustrations — Continued. Vol. Page 

Fig. 5 (Copper Rings) X 458 

Fig. 6 (Cloth) X 458 

Fig. 7 (Mica Strips) X 458 

Fig. 8 (Second Cut) X 459 

Fig. 9 (Shell Hoe) X 459 

Fig. 10. (Slate gorget) X 461 

Fig. 11 (Tube pipe) X 461 

Fig. 12 (Sepulcher) X 462 

Fig. 13 (Timber cast) X 463 

Fig. 14 (Skeleton) . . . '. X 463 

Fig. 15 (Spear) X 464 

Fig. 16 (Copper bracelets) X 464 

Fig. 17 (Limestone gorget) X 465 

Fig. 18 (Log sepulcher) X 466 

Fig. 19 (Central grave in) X 468 

Fig. 20 (Flint knives) X 469 

Fig. 21 (Sandstone tablet) X 470 

Fig. 22 (B'eaver teeth) X 470 

Fig. 23 (Bone awl) X 471 

Fig. 24 (Bone awl) X 471 

Fig. 25 (FHnt Spear) X 473 

Fig. 26 (Beads) X 474 

Fig. 27 (Raccoon effigy) X 475 

Archaeological Museum, Orton Hall VH, 334, 338 

Arrow head in bone VHI 326 

Arrow Point XI 248 

Asbury , Francis X 168 

"Asbury on horseback" X 218 

Axes, stone V 250 

Banded slate butterfly V 248 

Banded slate objects V 247 

Barlow's map of eastern Ohio Ill 124 

Battle Island VI 19 

Baughman, A. J IX 305 

Baum Village fish hooks IX 523 

Baum Village Site VII 145 

Beatty, Major Erkuries, Portrait of VI 191 

"Big Crossings" Bridge on National Road IX 473 

Bimeler's Residence VIII 17 

Bingham John A X 332 

Monument of X 337 

Black Hawk, Portrait of IX 11 

Blennerhassett I 129 

House of I 133 

23 Vol XI. 



354 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Illustrations — Continued. Vol. Page 

Boggs' Monument VII 361 

Bronze plate on VII 363 

Bone awls, discoidal and flint implements V 240 

Braddock, Gen IX 508 

Braddock's Grove IX 452 

Braddock Springs House IX 452 

Brier Hill Furnace VIII 129 

Brinkerhoff , Gen IX 304 

Brown County flint specimens VIII 344 

Browne , Carl IX 164 

in Coxey's Army IX 157 

Brownfield House, Uniontown, Pa IX 442 

Burial place of MacGahan IX 146 

Burnham's cabins in Gallipolis Public Square Ill 42 

Bushnell, M. B IX 303 

Butcher Mound, Homer, Ohio VIII 316 

Butterfield, Consul Wilshire, Portrait of IX 177 

Cache implements. Workman Mound, Walhonding. . . . V 288 

Campus Martins , Plan of II 161 

Bell used in II 240 

Carriage Factory Mound VII 127 

Cartwright , Peter X 175 

Center family residence. Union Village X 288 

Ceremonial Stone V 235 

Ceremonials , in Ohio V 243 

Chamberlain, W. I IX 318 

Chestnut Ridge on National Road IX 473 

Chief Shabbona IX 29 

Clarke , George Rogers VI 11 

Clay Mound, Snake Den Group ^ VII 118 

Copper and ornaments from Harness Mound V 243 

Copper implements, Warren County V 253 

Cornstalk's Monument IX 25 

Coxey, J. S IX 164 

Coxey Army Commissary Wagon IX 157 

Cox'ey and Browne at work on canal boat IX 169 

Coxey's headquarters and Staff IX 171 

Cranium, Bone implements. Ft. Ancient IV 193 

Cranium and clay vessel , Circleville Mound V 232 

Crawford. Col. William VI Frontispiece 

Crawford. Burning of, at Stake VI 31 

Crawford's Monument VI 33 

Cresap's House X 150 

Cross section of Licking Reservoir Stone Mound V 171 



Index for Volumes I to XL 355 

Illustrations — Continued. Vol. Page 

Cutler, Manasseh, II Frontispiece 

Cutler's Church II 97 

Decorated mussel shell from Mounds VIII 324 

De Rosenthal , Baron VI 25 

De Peyster, Major VI 20 

Dewey , George IX 137 

' Dill Mound near Bainbridge VII 154 

Drill . XI 248 

Dunmore, Lord VII 350 

Earl of Dunmore ~ VI 6 

Effigy pipes in Adena Mound X, 476, 477, 478 

Eisenmann , John X 124 

Farmers' Castle II 145 

First Capitol of Ohio V Front 

First Congregational church, Marietta II 301 

First Counties in Northwest Territory V 329 

First locomotive and passenger car in Ohio IX 190 

First Methodist Church in Columbus X 209 

First Methodist Meeting House in Ohio X 186 

Fitch's steamboat, Model of VIII 404 

Flint instrument, ceremonial and tablet from Circle- 

ville V 249 

Foraker, J. B X 350 

Fort Ancient, Children's graves at IV 416 

Embankment at IV 384 

Land tracts of V 287 

Map of Ill, 313 ; IV, Frontispiece 

Ornament IV, Frontispiece , 17 

Portions purchased by State V 292 

Shell disks and arrowheads IV 49 

Stone Graves at IV 240 

West side of IV 448 

Fort Fry, Waterford, 1792 II 192 

Fort Harmar II 145 

Fort Hill, Map of I 261 

Fort Steuben '. VI 314 

Map of VI 189 

Fort Recovery XI 43 

Fort Washington Monument XX 2 

Fort Winchester IX 262 

Frog and bird pipes V 252 

Gallipolis on "Centennial Day" Ill- 17 

Gallipolis Public Square in 1846, View of Ill 41 

Gallipolis , View of Ill Frontispiece 



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Galloway, Samuel, Portrait of IV 262 

Girty , Simon VI 23 

Girls' Residence, North Union IX 99 

Glaciated area in Ohio, Map showing I 176 

Gnadenhutten , First house at VII 309 

First Moravian church at VII 321 

Indian Monument at Ill 278 

Zeisberger's tree at VII 321 

Graves at Ft. St. Clair XI 163 

Great Stone Mound, Licking Reservoir V 170 

Groghan , George V 49 

Hamilton County after being 'enlarged V 332 

Hampton, Oliver C X 252 

Hand Corn Mill, First at Gnadenhutten VII 335 

Harness Mound, V 223 

Ground Plan of V 224 

Harrison's Headquarters at Franklinton VI 72 

Hawkins, Ezekiel C, Portrait of VI , 300 

Hayes, R. B., Portrait of IV 338 

Heck, Barbara X 167 

Heckewelder, John, Portrait of VII 299 

Hematite objects. Perry County V 237 

Hematite Plummets V 234 

Howe, Henry 11,441; IV 311 

Humeri from Muskingum Valley V 241 

Hunter, James, Portrait of VI 217 

Hunter Mound at Brink Haven V 189 

Huron County spearheads VIII 333 

Irvine , Gen. William VI 16 

Jefferson , Thomas VI 95 

Joel Barlow Ill 113 

John Burnham's Cabins, Gallipolis Public Square .... Ill 41 

"Johnny Appl'eseed" IX 307 

"Johnny Appleseed," Monument IX 303 

Johnson Mound at Walhonding V 190 

Kame at Mifflin, O V 178 

Keokuk's Monument IX 9 

Kirkpatrick Mound, Utica, O VIII 329 

Large spears , Ohio V 240 

Larimore Group of Mounds VIII 320 

Leatherlips' Monument IX 15 

Lesquereux, Leo, Portrait of IV 279 

Lincoln, A IX 136 

Logan's Elm VII, Front; 355, 357 



Index for Volumes I to XL 357 

Illustrations — Continued. Vol. Page 

MacGahan, J. A., Portrait of , IX 142 

Mackenzi'e Mound VII 158 

Map, Ohio Company of Associates Purchase Ill 117 

Map, Ohio-Michigan boundary dispute IX 199 

Map of military posts, forts and battlefields in Ohio. . Ill 304 

Map of Ohio and Scioto Companies' Purchases Ill 121 

Marietta and Harmar, 1788, Site of II 17 

Marietta and Harmar, 1888, View of II 49 

Material from Village Site VII 146, 148 

Material from Chillicothe Mounds VII 135 

Material from Perry County Mounds VII 141 

McCook, Martha Latimer VI 305 

McCook, Henry C VI 109 

McHenry Mound, Malta, O V 198 

Miantonomah , Monument to XI 5 

Milestones on National Road IX 462 

Mildam, North Uniori IX, 43, 77 

Miller, Col. John VI 270 

Millstones and Salt Kettle, first in Ohio II 240 

Moore, William E., Portrait of VIII 474 

Moravian Indians, Monument to VII 335 

Mound B, Snake Den Group VII 116 

Mound Group in Logan County VIII 311 

Mound in Mound Cemetery II 80 

Mound near Delaware VII 152 

Mound and Stone Grave, Adams County V 210 

Mounds and Village site, Feurt Farm V 217 

Moyth of tunnel in Roberts' Mound, Perry County. . VII 139 

Mrs. Tod's residence VIII 121 

Muskingum Trail VIII 264 

Nast, William X 204 

National Road Bridge IX 494 

National Road, "Old times" IX 499 

North Union Grist Mill IX 46 

Hemlock Grove IX 76 

Shaker office IX 49 

Objects from Pike County Mounds VII 162 

Ohio Building, Pan-American Exposition X 123 

Ohio Company's office II 80 

Ohio flag X 144 

Ohio and Michigan Boundary Dispute, Map showing 

lines IV 214 

Orton, Edward, Portrait of VIII 409 

Orton Hall VIII 331 



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Orton Hall, Archaeological Museum in VIII 342 

Oxford Earthwork, Map of I 266 

Paine's Monument, Painesville X 362 

Palaeolithic implement found at Trenton, N. J I 178 

Patterson, S. L X 144 

Pennsylvania taverns on National Road IX 480 

Perry County, flint implements V 233 

Perry's Willow IX 248 

Pestles and sandstone tube, Muskingum Valley V 244 

Pipes, bear tusks, copper bracelet and cone V 242 

Plan of the Snake Den Group of Mounds VII 113 

Point Pleasant, Diagram of battle of XI 182 

Pokagan , Chief Simon XI 21 

Porteus Mound V, 193, 194 

Position of skeleton in Logan County Mounds VIII 312 

Post moulds in Mounds VIII 318 

"Prairie Schooner" VIII 299 

Prehistoric grooved ax'e XI 246 

Prehistoric Pipe XI 247 

Price Mound near Bainbridge VII, 154, 156 

Prominent Shaker Women X 303 

Putnam , Rufus II 31 

Quick Mound, Loudonville V, 179, 181 

Red Jacket's Monument IX 20 

Rio Grande College Ill 164 

Roberts Mound in Perry County VII 137 

Roberts , Pioneer Cabin X 176 

Ross, James, Portrait of VI 211 

Scene of Dunmore's Campaign XI 188 

Scene in Tunnel, Wilson Mound VII 144 

Sculptured disc , Mexico V 254 

Seals of Ohio X 489 

Seattle, Chief, Portrait of XI 12 

Monument to XI 16 

Sessions , Francis Charles IV 292 

Shaker burial ground. North Union IX 67 

Shaker church. North Union IX -TT 

Shaker cow barn X 291 

Shaker family. East residence IX 52 

Shaker hospital. North Union IX 65 

Shaker office. Union Village X 283 

Shaker Residence, North Union IX 45 

Shaker Wash House, North Union IX 107 

Sherwood Mound at Malta, O V 197 



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Illustrations — Continued. Vol. Page 

Skeleton from Mackenzie Mound VII 160 

Skeleton from Oregonia IV IGO 

Sketch of original lots in Gallipolis Ill 61 

Silver cross and beads from grave, Rushville V 236 

Silver nuggets found in Mound VII 122 

Site of Braddock's defeat IX 508 

"S" Bridge on National Road IX 442 

Slate pipe, tube and axe V 251 

Spearhead , Coshocton County VIII 340 

Spears and discoidals, Muskingum Valley V 239 

Stanton , Edward M. , Portrait of VI 329 

State building at Columbus . 1816 V 161 

St. Clair, Arthur VI , 7 ; XI 30 

Steuben, Baron VI 95 

Stone axes, Muskingum Valley V 245 

Stone carvings, Baum Village Site VII 150 

Stone Graves, Brown Co., IX, 194, 195, 198, 199, 200, 

201 , 202. 203 

Stone Graves, Oregonia IV 129 

Stone Hatchets or Celts, Muskingum Valley V 246 

Stone Mound , Adams County V 209 

Stone Mound of Snake Den Group VII 114 

Story Mound, Chillicothe VII 131 

Stout Mound , Rome , Ohio V 215 

Sullivant , Lucas VI 61 

Swain, C. L X 124 

Taverns on the National Road IX 500 

Terra-Cotta bead, Youngstown V 255 

"The old highway has never been closed up" VIII 296 

Tod, David VIII 107 

Tod's Homestead VIII 113 

Toledo Mounds X 382 

Turtle Pipe, ornament and war hatchet V 248 

Uncas' Monument XI 10 

Vatralsky, S. K., Portrait of IX 144 

Vicinity of Fort Hill, Map of I 262 

Views on National Road IX 517 

Vinton, Samuel F Ill 137 

Washington , George VI 4 

Wayne County , Map of V 334 

Wells , Bezaleel . Portrait of VI 210 

Wesley. John X 163 

Wessels, C. W IX 139 

Whipple. Com. Abraham II 176 



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Williams Mound, Homer, O VIII 314 

Wilson Mound, Perry County VII 142 

Wolf Creek Mills, 1789 11 192 

Workman Mound, Walhonding, Ohio V 191 

Worthington , Thomas V 128 

Zimmerman, Louis VIII Front 

. Zoar , An old home in VIII 80 

Zoar flower garden , . VlII 88 

Zoar Hotel • • . • VHI 32 

Zoar, Main Street .., VIII 48 

Zoar Pioneer Cottage VIII 64 

Zoar Society Harvest Scene VIII 96 

Imley, George, Account of ■ . , . . I 233 

Immigrants to Jefferson County ..,,•. VI 372 

"Impcrium in i})ipei-io ," Repeal of - . . . ... X 393 

Implements — . ; ;. 

Archaeological for Ohio Centennial I 171 

Palaeolithic, Where found • . . : 1 , 177 , 258 

Palaeolithic. Mention of, Trenton, N.J I 259 

Preglacial , finding of I 257 

Prehistoric grooved axe XI 246 

Stone , Jefi^erson County in VIII 230 

Stone. Manufacture and use of , • II 514 

Incorporation Articles of Society .- V, 321 ; VI 9 

Indiana, Act organizing territory of V 64 

Constitution of, Ohio boundary line IV 181 

Early history of, Dillon I 240 

; . > 'Extent of territory of IV 155 

, ' French settlement in II 133 

Growth of VIII 450 

•, -Legislature of, inquires into Ohio boundary ■ IV 140 

• Territory of, organized II 167 

Indiana applies for admission IV 139 

Indiana-Ohio Boundary Line r- IV 127 

Indiana Territory, Erection of .• V 12 

Government of , V 65 

Land attached to > V 75 

Organization of . . I, 313;. IV, 130; V, 

342; IX 281 

Indian Boundaries, St. Clair's right to establish VIII 380 

Indian Chiefs , Noted VI 74 

Blackhoof ■ VI 76 

Blue Jacket VI 76 

Leatherlips, Execution of VI 81 



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Indian Chiefs, Noted, Logan VI 76 

, Monuments to XI I 

Pontiac VI 78 

Tarhee, Influence of VI 80 

Tecumseh VI 80 

Indian Confederation , Brant organizes VI 203 

Indian Council on Miami VII 226 

Indian Dog, Remains of, found X 81 

Indian fighters , Scotch-Irish VI 108 

Indian — French Alliance VI 115 

Indian Heroines IX 1 

Indian, Implements, various uses of II 527 

"Indian Lands, Cessions in Ohio," Knabenshue XI 249 

Reservations for schools in V 79 

Indian Massacre at Big Bottom II 164 

Indian names of places. Notice of monographs on II 440 

Indian relic departm'ent, Marietta Centennial II 249 

Indian Renegade XI 32 

"Indian thoroughfares of Ohio," Hulbert VIII 264 

Indian thoroughfares of Ohio, Map of VIII 263 

Indian Trails IX 414 

Blazed trees on VIII 280 

Military expeditions upon VIII, 281. 285 

Forts on VIII 268 

Ohio, of VIII 269 

Pioneers follow VIII 285 

Value to explorers VIII 280 

Watersheds on. Map of '['^ .'.^.'.'^ . . . . '. VIII 267 

"Indian tribes of Ohio , " Moorehead • ■ • • , ■ • • • VII 1 

Indian Treaty on Scioto XI inO 

Indian Village, Secium VII 165 

Indian War incited by the British XI 95 

Indian Wars, Extent of in Ohio VII 78 

Indian Warfare in Jefferson County VI 376 

Indian Warfare, Scotch-Irish part in VI 208 

Indian Women , Duties of VI 85 

Indians, Adair attacked by VII 220 

Aggressions against , • • ■ VI 74 

Algonquins , Territory of VI 75 

Amherst's plan against VII 46 

Attack Fort Meigs HI 311 

Attack Fort St. Clair Ill 304 

Attack Fort Stephenson Ill 310 

Attack Kirkwood in Jefferson County ........... .VI 194 



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Indians, Auglaize Council of IX, 216 ; v^II 219 

Battles with , in Ohio VII 75 

Bouquet's expedition against VI, 117; VII 42 

Bows and arrows of II 530 

Buskirk's fight with, in Jefferson County VI 183 

British aid VII 228 

British incite to hostilites VII, 93, 208- 

British send expedition of, into Ohio VI 134 

British sympathize with VII 221 

Brownstown, Treaty of XI 253- 

Captives among, restored VII 45- 

Castleman girls captured by, Jefferson Co VI 182 

Cause of hostilities among VII 39« 

Cession of land by. north of Ohio River.. IV, 7; XI 251 

Cessions and reservations of, in Ohio, Map of. . XI 251 

Christianity taught to VI 254 

Conflict with , in Ohio X 426 

Connection of, with Mound Builders X 70 

Corn festival of VI 85 

Corn raised by VII 107 

Coshocton County, in V 192 

Council of, at Auglaize VII, 219; IX 216: 

Crawford, battle with VI 19' 

Crawford burned by VI 31 

Crawford defends frontier against VI 12' 

Crimes punishable among VI 86 

Dealings with V 55- 

Delaware, burn Crawford VI 1 

Delaware , in Ohio VI 76 

D'epredations of VI , 115 , 149' 

Divorces among VII 106' 

Dunmore incites XI 171 

Dunmore's Treaty with XI 190* 

Effect of St. Clair's defeat on VI 206 

Eloquence of VII 56 

Encounter with, near Ft. Laurens VI 186 

Encroachments on lands of, in Ohio VII 41 

England protects hunting grounds of IV 101 

Enmity between Northern and Southern VI, 81, 82' 

Erroneous views on VI 73 

Expeditions against in Ohio X 373^ 

Extinguishment of land titles of V, 64 ; VII 3S 

Fear of, delays survey of Seven Ranges VI, 197, 201 

First land treaty with , Ohio XI 249 



Index for Volnuics I to XI. 363 

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Indians, Fort Harmar, Treaty with VI 204 

Fort Pitt , Treaty with VI 28 

Fort Stephenson attacked by X 58 

French relations with VII 19 

Frontier warfare with XI 174 

Greenville Treaty with IX 231 

Harmar defeated by X 427 

Harmar's expedition against II 163 

Harrison's conference with VII 90 

Huron, in Ohio VI 7S 

Huron-Iroquois contest VI 78 

Ideal home of, in Ohio VI 88 

Improvidence of VI 88 

Intellectual capacity of II 401 

Iroquois contest for territory VI 75 

Jackson, Helen Hunt, champions cause of II 27 

Janney , Abel , captured by VIII 465 

Jesuits' knowledge of, in Ohio VII 4 

Johnson boys captured by VI 181 

Justification of, for Crawford's murder VII 73 

Killing of in Jefferson County VIII 217 

Killing of. at Conestoga VIII 260 

Lands retained by English government for I 209 

Lands taken from, by right of discovery II 374 

Lochry force massacred by VI 388 

Logstown . conference at X 402 

Marshall's book on II ^'^4 

Maumee Rapids . treaty with XI 254 

M'ethod of fishing II ^32 

Method of smoking II ^^9 

Methods of making flint implements II 523 

Miami, in Ohio VI, 78; III 142 

Military ability of XI 

Military tactics of XI 

Mingo in Ohio VI 

Missionaries among, in Ohio VII, 48. 

Mistreatment of VII 108 

Monuments to chiefs of XI . 1 ; III '--78 

Moravian converts among VII 49 

Moravian massacre of VI 401 

Mound builder traditions among II 394 



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Murder of, at Yellowcreek XI 97 

Names of. in Moravian Massacre HI -98 



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Indians, Nation's perfidy towards VII 30 

Northwest claimed by X 115 

Northwest Territory, in 11 157 

Number of, in Ohio VII 108 

Occupation of Ohio by VI 113 

Occupation of territory by VI 74 

Ohio battles with VII 210 

Ohio, in VI, 13; VII, 14, 105; X 396 

Ohio River claimed as boundary by VII 223 

Ohio writers on VII 3 

Oratory among IX 21 

Ordinance of 1787 concerning Ill, 107; II 155 

Original territory of I 221 

Origin of XI 149 

Ottawa, in Ohio ,..'.... VI 77 

Petition of, to Congress for Ohio lands VII 29 

Pioneer conflicts with VI 348 

Pioneer distrust of VI 203 

Poe's encounter with VI 176 

Popular errors regarding II 380 

Property interests of wife, among VI 85 

Prophets among VII 81 

Putnam and Heckewelder's treaty with VI 206 

Religion of IX 21 

Religious inability of XI 216 

Removal of, from Ohio ... VI 94 

Reservations for XI 254 

Rights of to lands V 10 

Riley, Jefferson Co. pioneer, captured by VI 183 

Sandusky VI 15 

Sandusky Valley, of . . ; X 49 

Sandusky War, at .'.., VI 22 

Scioto , on VI 60 

Seneca, home of Ill 175 

Shaker catechism of XI 224 

Shaker missionaries to XI 221 

Shaker mission to XI 215 

Shaker revival among XI 217 

Shawnee , in Ohio VI 76 

Springfield Council of , VII 99 

St. Mary's Treaty ..'...' XI 255 

St. Clair defeated by X 428 

St. Clair's defeat. Engaged in XI 42 

St. Clair, Policy of, toward VI 205 



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Indians, Title to lands XI 249 

Titles to Western Reserve purchased VII 266 

Trade with IV 41 

Trade with, prohibited X 406 

Treatment of captives among VI 87 

Treaty with at Franklinton VI 68: 

Trial for murder of VI , 225 , 227 

Tribal organization of VI 84 

Tribes of, in Ohio VII 106: 

Tribes of, represented at Greenville Treaty.. VII, 218, 232 

Troubles with, in Northwest Territory I 308 

Turkey Foot, Death of Ill 309- 

Uprising of, in Ohio XI 31 

Village locations of VI 87 

Village of in Ashland County V 182' 

Village of in Holm'es County V 185 

Village of in Richland County V 188 

Vinton's interest in IX 242 

War methods of VI 86 

Washington's Commission to treat with VII 220- 

Wayne's battle with VI 207 

Wayne defeats X 430- 

Wayne's expedition against II 165- 

Wayne's Treaty with VI 208 

White man's promise to VII 32 

Winchester moves against, War of 1812 ., . IX 255- 

Woman's place among XI 152 

Wyandot , House of Ill 175^ 

Wyandot, Ohio, in VI 78 

Wyandot , Supremacy of VI 79' 

Yellow Creek, on VIII 213- 

Yellow Creek, Massacre of XI 173 

Indians assist British in War of 1812 X 37(». 

Indians harass Muskingum settlements VI 204 

Indians of Northwest subdued IX 231 

Indep'endence, First steps for American VI 129- 

Idea of, in Western States Ill 96 

Precursors of VI 12a. 

Industrial Exhibitions II 114 

Industrial progress in Ohio II 170- 

Industry, Fort, Description of Ill 300 

"Influence of Pioneers' Character upon States' History," 

Curtis I 93 

"Information," Ohio Scheme exploited in I 2l> 



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Interior Department, Establishment of IV 

Internal Improvements, Dispute over IX 

Political parties II 

Proceeds of land sales for V 

Sale of public lands for V 

Vinton on IV 

"Introduction of Methodism in Ohio," King X 

Inscriptions in Mexican cities I 

Insolvent Act, Advantage taken of VI 

Instinct causes emigration Ill 

Institutes, Teachers', First in Ohio VI 

Origin of VI 

Origin of, in Ohio IV 

Insurance, Goods in transportation VI 

Inventions , Benefits of VI 

Progress of Ill 

Iowa, Admission of , IV 

Constitution of. on slavery IV 

Irish, Causes of migration of Ill 

Sullivant , Lucas VI 

Irish Schoolmaster , The VI 

Iriquois, Conquest for territory VI 

Families of , in Ohio VI 

Iroquois , Conflict with Erics VII 

Iron works in Jefferson County VI 

Irvine, Gen. Wm. — 

Commander at Ft. Pitt VI 

Commands Western Army in Revolution VI 

Discusses Moravian Massacre Ill 

Mention of Ill 

Portrait of VI 

Writes Washington of failure of Sandusky expedition VI 

Irwin, Thomas, Eye-witness to St. Clair's defeat X 

Island, Blennerhassett, Description of I 

History of I 

Islands in Lake Erie, Earthworks in, number of VII 

Isle, The Deserted, Poem, Mrs. Blennerhassett I 

Ives , Eli , Mention of IV 

J 

Jackson , Andrew , Land policy of IV 

Political ambition of IV 

Removal of Michigan territorial officers 

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242 

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Jackson, Andrew, Spoils tystem of 1\^ •_'!<• 

Uncas, Cornerstone of monument to, 

laid by XI S 

Jackson County, Bibliograhy of earthworks in I IMii 

Earthworks in, number of VII 17.'! 

Mounds in VII Iti-! 

Prehistoric remains in V 'H'A 

Saltlicks of XI lU) 

Jackson, Helen Hunt, Indian cause championed by VII .'7 

Jacobins in Ohio politics II 196 

Jalapa , Description of I 323 

James I. , First Virginia Charter by V 1 

Second Virginia Charter by V ]'l 

Third Virginia Charter by V .i3 

James, John H., Translates French pamphlet Ill 82 

James, Professor, Mention of I 2()8 

Jamestown, Howe's visit to II 452 

Settlement of X 398 

Jamison, Mary, Capture of VI 115 

Indian episode of VIII 142 

Janney, Abel, Capture of VIII 4G> 

Janney, J. J. — 

Paper of "State Bank of Ohio" I 9tj 

Reads Pap'er on Early Ohio History V 298 

Responds to toast "Military significance of earth- 
works" V 305 

Jay, John, Commissioner to Paris I 3 

Jefferson County, Addenda to "Pathfinders" of VI 384 

Anti-slavery sentiment in VI, 275, 352 

"Appleseed, Johnny," in VI 290 

Archer Tp., Sketch of VIII 130 

Artists in VI 295 

Baptists in VI 268 

Bar of VI 338 

Blockhouses in VI 188 

Brushcreek Tp., Sketch of VIII 211 

Catholicism in VI 268 

Centennial Celebration in VI 314 

Character of citizens of VI 351 

Churches of, VIII, 151, 155, 156, 165, 

167, 170, 172, 199 

Churches of. Pioneer VI 214 

Civil War, in VI 379 

Counties formed from VI. 217, 347 



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Jefferson County Court, first in VI 2"22 

Cross Creek, Tp. Sketch of VIII 153 

Dispossession of Squatters in VI, 136, 138 

Distilleries in VI 232 

Early roads in VIII 246 

Earthworks in VIII 203 

Earthworks in, number of VII 194 

Erection of VI 210 

Establishment of I 309 

Evolution of V 336 

First child born in VI 138 

First Constitutional Convention, in VI 223 

Friends in VI 262 

Friends' Church in VIII 201 

Fruit in VI 289 

Hundred Years' history of VI 382 

Indian capture of Johnson boys in VI 181 

Indian tragedy in VIII 135 

Knox Tp., Sketch of VIII, 142, 217 

Lawyers of VI 222 

Lutheran Church in VIII 202 

Mail routes in VI 243 

Manufacturing, early, in VI 232 

' Manumitted slaves VI 275 

Material growth of VI, 346, 371 

Members First Constitutional Convention 

from V, 81, 82 

Methodism in VI, 256; VIII 201 

Ministers, early, in VI 231 

Moundbuilders of VI 348 

Mounds in VI 139 

Mt. Pleasant Tp., Sketch of VIII 158 

Newspapers in VI 270 

Noted men of VI 346 

Officers, first of VI 216 

Officers from , in War of 1812 VIII 257 

Original boundaries of, V, 336; VI, 345, 

347, VIII 133 

"■ Original civil divisions of VIII 145 

Pathfinders of, Hunter VI 95 

Pioneer Methodism in X 180 

Pioneers of VI, 158, 212, 345 

Prehistoric remains in V 271 

Prcsbyterianism in VI, 254, 259; VIII, 201 



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Jefferson County Railroads, First in VI 241 

Reformed Church in VIII 200 

Religion in VI 252 

Revolutionary soldiers settle VI 306 

Roads of VI 243 

Ross, Joseph, Pioneer of VI 175 

Ross Tp. , Sketch of VIII 202 

Sale of lands in VIII 237 

Salem Tp. . Sketch of VIII 192 

Saline Tp. , Sketch of . . . . ; VIII 213 

Schools . First in VI 246 

School system promoted by VI 250 

Scotch-Irish in VI 96 

Settlement m VI 203 

Sheepraising in VI 236 

Short Creek Tp., Sketch of VIII 134 

Squatters in VIII 202 

Steubenville Tp. , Sketch of VIII 136 

Taxable property, First in VI 216 

"Underground Railroad," in ... .VI, 274; VIII 187 

Virgin solitude of VI 348 

Voting population, First of VI 216 

War record of VI 305 

Warren Tp., Sketch of VIII, 133, 230 

W'ells Tp. , Sketch of VIII 226 

Witchcraft in VI 285 

Women of VI 346 

Jefferson County Centennial — 

Hurst's Address at VI 370 

Military Day at VI 370 

Jefferson, Fort, Description of Ill 304 

Jefferson, Thomas, Acquainted with Burr's plans I 151 

Author of Ordinance of 1787 X 116 

Clergy opposed to VI 225 

Commercial advantages of Cuyahoga 

River discussed by Ill 108 

Free navigation of Mississippi secured 

by II 78 

First election of II 194 

Influence of election of, on Northwest 

Territory XI 65 

Influence on Ordinance of 1787 IV 201 

Jefferson County named for VI 347 

Land plan of, for Northwest Territory II 38 
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Jefferson, Thomas, Logan's speech authenticated by VII 358 

Member of House of Burgesses XI 174 

Mention of V , 58 ; VI 304 

Monroe's letter to, on Northwest Ter- 
ritory VI 72 

Portrait of VI 95 

Slavery , on IV 269 

Toleration Act by VI 104 

Writes Ordinance for Western Terri- 
tory IV 5- 

Jesuits , Misionary spirit of XI 215 

Ohio Indians, on VII 4 

Jews , Mention of Ill 168 

"John Brown and his men," Mention of IV 58' 

"John Fitch, inventor of steamboats," Parsons. .VIII, 397; IX 238 

John Hopkins Reprint, on Mound Excavation I 61 

"Johnny Appleseed," Autograph of IX 315 

Portrait of IX 307 

Randall on IX 313 

Sketch of IX 305 

Johnson Boys, Indians capture in Jefferson County VI 181 

Johnson Mound, Walhonding, View of V 190 

Johnson, Sir William, lirdian affairs, on VII 38 

Treaty of Ft. Stanwix effected by I 217 

Johnston, William, Public .'■chool advocate VIII 207 

Jolly, Henry, Account of Indian's encounter at Ft. Laurens VI 186 

Jones, J. v.. Address, Gallipolis Centennial at Ill, 14, 175 

Jones, Rev. David — 

Geographical description of Ohio VI 115- 

Minister , pioneer VI 254 

Journalism, Scotch-Irish in VI 110 

Journal of first Ohio Constitutional Convention V 80 

Judiciary, Ordinance of 1787 refers to Ill 141 

Judiciary, The, under First Constitution V 140 

Judges , First at Marietta II 160 

Junandat , Fort , Description of Ill 301 

Jurisprudence, Promulgation of Ill 36- 

Jury, Right of trial by V, 55; VI 349 

Justices of the Peace, Jurisdiction of, in Ohio Ill 152 



K 

Kamc — Mifflin County , View of V 178 

Karnes V 261 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 



371 



Vol. Page 

Kansas and Nebraska Bill, Opposition to II 328 

Kansas, Historical Society of II 552 

Organization of territory of IV 269 

Kansas-Nebraska, Slavery contest in IV 268 

Kaskaskia, Settlement of Ill 106 

Titles of citizens of V, 47, 51 

Kayler, R. S., "Ohio Railroads" IX 189 

Keelboats VI 241 

Keifer, J. Warren, Mention of ., IV 325 

"Slavery and four years of war" IX 152 

Kelly, Abby VI 267 

Kelley, Alfred, State Bank secured by I 97 

Kennan, George, Writings of II 580 

Kenton , Simon , Dunmore's scout XI 179 

Indians capture VII 75 

Indian gauntlet run by X 374 

MacFarland's account of XI 153 

Removal of body of II 205 

Sketch of X 192 

Kentucky , Filson's book on I 231 

Harry Toulman's book on I 236 

History of. Butler I 238 

History of. Collins I 239 

History of, Marshall I 238 

Imlay's description of I 234 

Militia of, called out in Burr Conspiracy I 152 

Pioneer press of II 575 

Kentucky Gazette I 106 

Kentucky-Indiana Boundary Line IV 73 

Kentucky Resolutions. Ohio legislature approves IX 295 

Kentucky-Virginia Resolutions. Ohio endorses II 420 

Kenyon College. Henry B. Curtis, a friend of I 52 

Keokuk, Chief, Monument to IX. 9; XI ' 1 

Kilbourne, Congressman. Author of Homestead Act X ICO 

Kilbourne, Col. James, Re-names rivers VI 93 

Kilbourne. Col. James. Ohio Centennial report by IX 390 

Sketch of IV 463 

Kilbourn , James . Account of IV 30 

Death of IV 4.^ 

Emigrates to Ohio IV 34 

Enters ministry IV 33 

Location of lands by IV 35 

Map of Ohio, by IV 37 

Marriage of IV 32 



372 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Vol. Pac! 

Kilbourn, James, Ministerial duties of IV 40 

Organization of Scioto Company by. . . . IV 35 

! . , Piatt reads account of journey of V 298 

;' Political life of IV 41 

Relative of Fitch VIII 397 

Worthington founded by IV 36 

"King, Rev. I. F. , "Introduction of Methodism in Ohio" .. X 165 

King, Rufus, Educational influence of VI 53 

Opinion on Constitution II 214 

Sketch of IV 464 

Kingsley, James L., Mention of IV 315 

Kinney, Coates, Centennial Ode by XI 203 

Kirkham, Robert, Reference to Ill 197 

Kirkwood, Captain, Jefferson County, pioneer VI 193 

Kirtland, Teachers' Seminary at VI 49 

Klippert, John H., Mention of I 332 

-Knabenshue, S. S. — 

"Great Seal of Ohio" X 489 

"Indian land cessions in Ohio" XI 249 

f ■''Mound Builders of Ohio" XI 148 

■"Mound Builders' forts within Toledo's limits" X 381 

Knight, Dr., Narrates Crawford's capture VI 26 

Returns to Ft. Pitt VI 33 

Knowledge , Necessity of V 55 

Knox County — 

Banded slate "Butterfly" ceremonial from V 248 

Bibliography of earthworks in I 197 

Earthworks in VIII 342 

Earthworks in , number of VII 178 

Establishment of I 309 

Evolution of V 331 

Mounds explored in VIII 313 

Original boundary of V 331 

Prehistoric remains in V 268 

Knox, John, Disciples of VI 99 

Kobler, John Ill 204 

Kosciusko, Thaddeus, Lands granted to IX 16 

L 

Labor in Ohio X 136 

Ladd, Benjamin, Assists manumitted slaves VI 275 

Lafayette, Gen Ill 32 

Gallipolis visited by Ill 78 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 



373 



Lafayette , Gen. , Mention of 

Ohio visited by 

Laird , Journalist 

Lake County, Bibliography of earthworks in 

Earthworks in , number of 

Erection of 

Founding of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Lake County and its founder, Mills « 

Lake Erie, Battle of 

Loss in battle of 

Monuments to soldiers of battle of 

Result of battle of 

Wild Rice on 

Lakes , Age of 

Land cessions, Maryland's declaration on 

- Virginia's remonstrance concerning 

Land District, Chillicothe 

Steubenville 

Land Grants , Map of 

Quebec Act affects 

Land Laws, Vinton's connection with 

Land Ordinance of 1785, I, 32; III, 134; IV, 6; 

Land speculations in Western Reserve 

Lands, Annual Register defends English policy concerning 

Western 

Appropriations of, for National Road 

Boundary of, after treaty of Ft. Stanwix 

Bounty 

Desired in Ohio 

Petitioned for by Continental officers I, 38; 

Preservation of 

Vinton on 

British policy on 

Cession of, by States 

Claims of States to I, 4; 

Colonies determine to settle Western 

Congress , Survey of 

Connecticut cession of II, 285 ; V 

Declaration of Independence, English policy of . . . . 

Defective titles to, at Gallipolis 

Distribution of, in French Grant 

English claim to r. 

Exemption of, from taxation 



Vol. 


Page 


Ill 


196 


II 


202 


VI 


272 


I 


197 


VII 


193 


VI 


217 


X 


367 


V 


27a 


X 


861 


X 


3S 


X 


42 


X 


45 


X 


43 


III 


103 


I 


185 


II 


276 


II 


281 


II 


212 


VI 


211 


X 


42a 


XI 


170 


IV 


240 


VI 


37 


II 


483 


I 


127 


IX 


417 


I 


217 


IV 


2 


I 


5 


III 


114 


III 


112 


IV 


246 


I 


• 21 


I 


4 


IV 


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I 


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IV 


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, xi ; 


48, 66 


I 


227 


III 


54 


III 


55 


IV 


2, 64 


V 


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Lands, Extent of, under Virginia charters 

Fertility of, on Scioto 

Franklin replies to Lord Hillsborough concerning 

Western 

Gallatin's report on Ohio public 

Granted in Greenville Treaty 

Granted to Baron Rosenthal 

Granted to Geo. Rogers Clarke 

; Granted to Moravian Indians 

Indian "cession of, at Brownstown Treaty 

at Detroit Treaty 

at Fort Industry 

at Loramie's store! 

at Maumee Rapids Treaty 

in Northwestern Ohio 

at St. Mary's Treaty 

Ohio in 

Indian cessions and reservations in N. W. Ohio, 

Map of 

Indian Reservation of / 

Indian title to 

Inconsistency of English policy, concerning Western 
Jefferson's plan for disposition of, in Northwest Ter. 

Kosciusko's grant of 

Method of survey of 

Ministerial II, 303; IV, 10; 

Offices for sale of 

Ohio Company's Purchase of 

Ohio Valley, States' claim to 

Patents refused by Eng. Gov't, west of Alleghenies 
Policy of British Government from 1763 to 1775, on 

Preemption laws on 

Proceeds from, for roads 

Public, in Ohio 

Jackson's policy of 

Surveys of 

Purchased by Scioto Land Company Ill, 19; 

Purchased from Indians VII, 37 ; 

Report on Military Tract 

Reservation of Ill, 120, 137; 

Reservation of, by Connecticut 

for Indians, by Eng. Gov't 

Ohio in V, 72, 73 

by Ordinance of 1785 



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Page 


V 


33 


VI 


59 


I 


220 


V V 


155 


XI 


250 


VI 


25 


V 6^ 


\, 47 


VII 


333 


XI 


253 


XI 


253 


XI 


252 


Xi 


251 


XI 


254 


XI 


251 


XI 


255 


XI 


249 


XI 


251 


XI 


25-1 


XI 


249 


I 


223 


II 


38 


IX 


16 


III 


113 


VI 


36 


V 


158 


IV 


12 


IV 


64 


I 


209 


I 


207 


IV 


245 


V 77 


, 79 


V 


xiii 


IV 


247 


IV 


425 


IV 


12 


XI 


18 


V 


155 


IV 


11 


I 


4 


I 


209 


73, 74 


, 77 


III 


136 



Index for Volumes I to XL 375 

Vol. Page 
Lands, Reservation of, for schools, III, 113; IV, 10; V, 

78; VI, 251, 36; II 303 

in Symmes' Purchase V 79 

by Virginia 1,4; V 47 

Revenues arising from sale of Ill 111 

Sale of. in Jefferson County VIII 237 

in Seven Ranges VIII 244 

in Western Reserve II 477 

western ^ IV, 6; IX 118 

School , entrusted to legislature V 160 

Sold IV 240 

States' cession of II, 75; III, 111, 115 

claim of western VII 245 

dispute on crown IV 105 

Sufferers VI 36 

Survey of I 4 

Survey of, by Ordinance of 1785 Ill 131 

Survey of Seven Ranges Ill 112 

Tecumseh's claim to VII 87 

Township, Origin of Ill 113 

Virginia's cession of • V xi,' 46 

Virginia's ratification of cession of V 60 

Walpole Grant of I 224 

Washington objects to I 224 

Washington's title to, in Ohio Valley VI 4 

below Scioto VI 

"Western," ceded to United States IV, 128; IX 278 

French claims to IV 64 

Under control of Congress I 32 

Virginia claims to, invalid IV 82 

Wrested from Indians VII 79 

Lane, Judge Ebenezer, Account of I 251 

Language, American unity of II 105 

Laning, J. F. , "Evolution of Ohio Countries" V 326 

Historical writings of V Preface 

La Quemada , History of I 320 

Ruins of I 320 

Lasher, Rev. Geo. W., Sermon of, at Gallipolis Centennial 

Ill, 15, 227 

La Salle , Expedition of VII 2 

Explorations of IV, 64, 98; X, 102, 397 

Indian guide of VII 13 

Method of taking possession II 273 

"Latimers, The," Author of VI 109 



376 



Ohio Arch, cnid His. Societv Publications. 



Vol. Page 

"Launching the Ship," Lawrence X 46 

Laurens , Fort , Description of Ill 302 

History of VI 393 

Location of VI 185 

Siege of VI 392 

Laurens, Henry, Letter of, to King's Commission'ers I 15 

Law, Respect for. In Ohio II 92 

Laws , Akron School VI 54 

Early, in Ohio VII 253 

First, in Northwest Territory HI 143 

Maxwell Code published HI 147 

Second, in Northwest Territory HI 144 

School , First VI 40 

Laws on "crimes" in Northwest Territory HI 146 

Laws on observance of the Sabbath HI 146 

Laws on Profane Language HI 146 

Lawrence , Battleship X 40 

Lawrence County, Earthworks in, number of VII 187 

Prehistoric remains in V 268 

Lawrence, Ida Eckert, "Launching of the ship," by X 46 

Lawyers, First in Northwest Territory HI 145 

Jefferson County , in VI 222 

Laylin , Clrtrcnce D. , "The Fire Lands Grant" X 435 

Leatherlips. Chief. Execution of VI, 81; IX 16 

Monument to IX, 15; XI ' 1 

Lebanon , Early settlers of XI 202 

Etymology of XI 199 

History of. Review of XI 261 

Noted men from XI 262 

Part of. in Civil War XI 208 

Politics in XI 206 

Shaker community near X 251 

Lebanon Centennial, Venable, W. H XI 198 

Lee, Capt. Alfred E. , History of Bimetalism, Mention of I 301 
Lee, Richard H'enry, Writes to Washington concerning 

Ordinance of 1787 I 34 

Lee, Robert E., Mention of VI 304 

Lee, R. H., Mention of IV 10 

Legends, Mexican I, 330, 325, 329 

Legislation in the Northwest Territory ' I 303 

Legislative Act, Purchase of Fort Ancient V 308 

Legislative Bodies, Franklin's opinion on II 189 

Legislative Powers of Ohio, First V 133 

Legislative Practice, Ohio Manual of IX 532 



Index for Volumes I to XL 377 

Vol. Pagz 

Legislature assists Society IV 426 

Legislature, Ohio, First representation in V 153 

Opposition of, to U. S. Bank IX 292 

Ordinance of 1787, under V 52 

Organization of, in 1848 I 117 

Provides for Ohio's seals X 489 

Provides for Wayne's Treaty Centennial IV 401 

Representation of counties in V 117 

Special session of ^.. IV 220 

Legislature, Territorial , First XI 49 

Members of I 310 

Northwest Territory, of II 167 

Leonard, Benjamin F., Mention of Ill 157 

Leonard, Dr. William B., Account of Ill 247 

Lesquereux, Leo, Ancestry of IV 279 

Assists Sullivant in bryology IV 287 

Becomes deaf IV 283 

Biography of, by Orton IV 279 

Comes to America IV 286 

Comes to Columbus, Ohio IV 287 

Death of IV 289 

Education of ' IV 280 

Enters government employ IV 285 

Friendship of, for Goethe IV 283 

In touch with German nobility IV 283 

Learns trade IV 284 

List of publications of IV 290 

Marries into a noble family IV 282 

Portrait of IV 279 

Reference to IV 437 

Religious belief of IV 289 

Scientific honors to IV 289 

Studies of coal seams IV 288 

Studies peat bogs IV 285 

Teacher in noble family IV 281 

Writes, "Coal flora of Pennsylvania".... IV 288 

Lesquereux, Leo, Jr., Mention of IV 290 

Letters, British Commander to Wayne VII 215 

Broadhead to Washington VI 135 

Linton, Samuel, to Saterthwaite, Abel IX 117 

Monroe to Jefferson on Northwest Territory VI 72 

Revolutionary II , 405 , 407 

Unpubished 11 579 

Wallace to Gallagher II 317 



378 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

X Vol. Page 
Letters, Washington to Benjamin Harrison concerning 

Northwest Territory Ill 101 

Washington to Lord Botetourt, concerning Land 

Grant I 224 

Washington to Lord Dunmore, concerning Land 

Grant I 225 

Wayne's reply to British Commander VII 216 

Lewis, Gen. Andrew — 

Battle of Point Pleasant, in, VII, 53, 350; VI, 130; 

X, 407; XI 99, 101 

Camp at Point Pleasant XI 178 

Commands at Point Pleasant X 113 

Commands in Dunmore's War XI , 176 ; VI 7 

Disappointment of men of XI 190 

Marcljes to Pickaway Plains VI , 353 ; XI 189 

Military ability of XI 182 

Lewis, Samuel, Educational influence of VI 52 

Lewis and Clark, Expedition of XI 11 

Lexington I 106 

Liberty Clubs, Organization of VI 104 

Liberty Group , Earthworks V 219 

Liberty Hall, Founding of VI 102 

Liberty Party, Organization of I 117 

Library , Coonskin I 106 

First in State V 304 

Lebanon , in .- XI 207 

Library of Society, VI, 419, 427 ; X 92 

1896 V 315 

Report of Comitfee on, 1896 V 313 

Library, State, Increased value of VI 415 

Plan for Society's control of II 333 

Licking County, Bibliography of earthworks in I 197 

Early courts of I 251 

Earthworks of V, 201; VIII 342 

Earthworks in, number of VII 171 

Indian villages in I 247 

Mounds explored in VIII 313 

Pioneer days in I 244 

Prehistoric remains in V 263 

Licking Reservoir, Gist's camps upon VII 22 

Stone Mound of V 169 

"Life of the people in history," Gladden responds to toast to V 305 

Lindenberg, Henry, Sketch of IV 464 

Lindsay, Marcus, Indian Missionary II 144 



Index for I'olnincs I to XI. 379 

Vol. Page 

Lincoln, Abraham, Administration of VI 378 

Anecdote of, Tod VIII 125 

Appoints Galloway Judge Advocate. . IV 271 

Assassination of IX 149 

Chase, S. P., quoted by I 116 

Depression of, over Pope's defeat .... IV 272 

Election of IV 270 

Gallagher supports II 318 

Gov. Tod's support of VIII 122 

Journey of, to Washington IX 125 

Keifer's recollections of IX 153 

Mention of. I, 123; II, 143; IV, 351, 

446, VI, 368; IX 11 

Portrait of IX 1.36 

Stanton appointed Sec. of War, by. .. . VI 334 

Lincoln-Douglas Debate, Mention of IV 270 

Linton, Samuel, "Ancient Correspondence" IX 117 

Sketch of • IX 117 

Little Falls, Palaeolithic implements discovered at I 179 

Little Miami , Discovery of X 373 

Revolutionary soldiers in Valley of X 72 

Little Turtle, Portrait and Sketch of XI 32 

St. Clair, Fort, Attacked by Ill 304 

Literary periodicals of Ohio Valley I 201 

Literature, Advance in II 107 

Changes in II 113 

Ohio Valley, in I 107 

Livingstone, Robert R. — 

John Fitch assisted by ' VIII 406 

Secures right for steamboat navigation IX 240 

Lochry Expedition (Clarke's) VI, 204, 384 

Account of VI 140 

Anderson's Journal of VI 389 

Logan, Mingo Chief, VI 76 

Battle Point Pleasant XI 181 

Cresap accused by XI, 172, 173 

Dunmore's War, in VII, 356; XI 192 

Gibson's affidavit of speech of XI 196 

Mention of V, 193; VII 52 

Murder of family of, VI, 123, 124, 

125; XI, 97, 173 

Refuses to make treaty X 113 

Speech of VII, 55, 358, 360; XI 193 

» Jefferson's authentication of VII 358 



380 



Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Loramie, Fort. 
Loramie's Store 
Lorain County, 



Loring, G'eo. B. 



Logan's Camp , Jefferson County 

Logan County, Earthworks of 

Earthworks in, number of 

Mound explorations in. 

Prehistoric remains in 

Logan's Ehii VII, 56, 350, 360; 

View of VII, Front; VII, 

Log Cabin Campaign 

Logstown , Treaty at 

Washington and Croghan at 

Logstown Conference 

London , Reference to 

London Company , Charter to 

Longfellow, H. W., Mention of 

Loramie Creek 

Description of 

Indian cession of lands near 

Bibliography of earthworks in 

Earthworks in, number of 

Prehistoric remains in 

, Letter from, at Marietta Centennial .... 

Losantiville named by Filson 

Lotteries authorized by territorial legislature 

Lotteries under Virginia charters 

Loudonville, Earthworks at 

View of Quick Mound at V, 

Louisiana, Militia of, called out in Burr Conspiracy 

Louisiana Purchase, Influence of, on slavery 

Louis Phillipe visits Gallipolis 

Louis XIV , Character of 

Love , Rev. N. B. C. , "Northwest , The" 

"Pioneer, poet, lawyer" 

"Rev. L. B. Gurley" 

Loveberry, Clarence, Elected as Curator of Society 

Field work of 

Loveland, Palaeolithic implements found at 

Lower Sandusky, Name changed to Fremont 

Lowry, Lieut., Indians attack command of 

Lowry, William, Journalist 

Lucas County, Earthworks in , number of .• 

Erection of 

First court in 

Prehistoric remains in .- 



Vol. 


Page- 


VIII 


213 


VIII 


344 


VII 


201 


VIII 


310 


V 


273 


XI 


194 


355, 


357 


II 


177 


XI 


102 


VI 


121 


X 


401 


III 


197 


V 


vii 


IV 


346 


VIII 


479 


III 


301 


XI 


251 


I 


199 


VII 


4 188 


V 


270 


II 


88 


I 


233 


I 


311 


V 


43 


V 


178 


179, 


181 


I 


152 


IV 


46 


III 


78 


III 


29 


XI 


155 


X 


305 


X 


21 


VI 


425 


VIII 


110 


I 


258 


II 


471 


IX 


218 


VI 


270 


VII 


191 


IV 


168 


IV 


225 


V 


270 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 381 

Vol. Page 
Lucas, Gov. Robert, Action of, in Ohio-Michigan Bound- 
ary dispute 11,342; IV 166 

Conference Committee on Ohio-Mich. 

dispute reports to IV I'il 

Letter to, showing attitude of Mich- 
igan IV -208 

Mention of IV 199 

Ohio and Mich. Boundary surveyor's 

report to IV 217 

Stickney's letter to '. IV 219 

Ludlow , Israel , Field notes of IV 132 

Survey of Ohio Congress lands, by IV 131 

Lundy, Benjamin, Abolitionist VI 283 

Mention of VI, 346, 352 

Philunthropist published by VIII 161 

Luther, Martin, Reference to Ill, 201, 230 

Lutheran Church, Jefferson Co VIII 202 

Lesquereux , Member of IV 289 

Lutheranism, Separatist opposition to VIII 3 

Lyle Robert, Condemns Moravian Massacre Ill 291 

M 

Macadamized roads IX 430 

Macaulay, Quotation from Ill, 36, 198 

MacDuff, McKinley's ancestry traced to X 239 

Macferran , David , Sketch of IV 465 

MacGahan , J. A., Portrait of IX 142 

Sketch of IX 141 

Vatralsky's tribute to IX 141 

View of burial place of IX 146 

Mack, Mrs. John T., "Battle -of Lake Erie" X 38 

MacLean, J. P., "Aboriginal History of Butler County".... I 64 

Address, "The Mound Builders" I 29] 

Archaeological work of V 257 

Description of Adams County Mounds, by V 212 

Description of Licking Reservoir Stone Mound, by V 172 

Error of, concerning Oxford earthwork I 265 

Fowke's Book reviewed by XI 143 

Lecture of, before Society IX 399 

"Mobbing the Shakers of Union Village" XI ln^ 

"Scotch-Highlanders in America," by IX 250 

"Shaker Community of Warren County" X 251 

Shaker mission to Shawnee Indians XI 215 



382 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Vol. Page 

MacLean, Society of Shakers (Cleveland) IX 32 

"The Mound Builders," Notice of I 109 

Madison County, Earthworks in, number of VII 187 

Prehistoric remains in V 269 

Madison , Dolly , Mention of VI 304 

Madison, James — 

Member of committee on "debts" I 31 

Opinion of, on ownership of Crown lands IV 105 

Virginia's cession, on IV 115 

Virginia's land claims , on IV 119 

Virginia's Territory, extent of, on IV 105 

Madison Papers, Mention of IV 116 

"Madison's War" X 315 

Madison Township (Franklin Co.) Review of history of.. XI 259 

Madisonville, Preglacial implements found at I 257 

Prehistoric cemetery at VII 165 

Prehistoric village site at IV 371 

Mad River Valley, Bibliography of earthworks in I 199 

Magazine, First Literary I 107- 

. Hesperion , The I 372 

Magazine of Western History, Quotation from IV 299 

Magellan , Voyages of I 168 

Mahoning County, Earthworks in, number of VII 200 

Erection of VI 217 

Prehistoric remains in V 273 

Mahoning Valley, Development of VIII 110 

Mails , National Road , on IX 471 

Mail Routes, Improvement in, on National Road IX 476 

Jefferson County, of VI 243 

Makers of Ohio, Results of work of II 85 

Malta , Earthworks near V 197 

View of McHenry Mound near V 198 

View of Sherwood Mound at V 197 

Malthusianism , Reference to Ill 181 

Manchester, Mention of V 335 

Mandans, Houses of IV, 364, 369 

Manly, Robert \V.. Pioneer Circuit Rider X 185 

Mann. Horace, Mention of VIII 420 

Services of IV 276 

Teacher VI 53 

Mansfield. Appleseed Johnny's Monument at IX 303 

Manufactures. Early account of, in Ohio Ill 91 

Franklin's ideas of I 214 

Shulienville, at VI 243 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 383 

Vol. Page 
"Manufacture and use of aboriginal stone implements," 

Fowke II 514 

Manufacturing, early, in Jefferson County VI 232 

Maps, Archjeologic, of Ohio V, 25(3, 280; VII 166 

Braddock's Road, of IX, 209, 422, 432 

Collect Pond's on Steam navigation VIII 397 

Coxey's Route to Washington IX 175 

Distribution of Ohio Indian Tribes, 1740 VII 18 

Division of Northwest Territory V 343 

Fire lands • X 443 

First divisions of Northwest Territory X 432 

Ft. Meigs , of X 316 

Gallatin's, of Ohio, Indian VII 4 

Greenville Treaty line XI 249 

Ground plan of Ft. Defiance X 481 

Heckewelder's of Northeastern Ohio VIII 279 

Indian cessions and reservations in Northwestern 

Ohio XI 251 

Indian thoroughfares of Ohio VIII 263 

Land grants and surveys in Ohio X 423 

Location of Ft. Washington X 3 

Military posts and road, St. Clair's XI 37 

National Road IX, 405, 412 

"North America in 1650" X 104 

"North America in 1750" X 107 

Ohio counties at close 18th century V 338 

Ohio counties in 1802 V 349 

Ohio Indian trails on watersheds VIII 267 

Ohio Methodist Conferences, 19ul X 210 

Pennsylvania end of National Road IX 442 

Portage Path in Summit County VIII 291 

Shaker lands , North Union IX 40 

Shaker-Mill family, site of IX, 54. 56, 58 

St. Clair's battleground XI 41 

Steuben, Fort VI 189 

Trumbull County , original V 348 

Tuscarawas County VIII 277 

Wayne County , Original V 334 

Wayne's Route along the Maumee VIII 283 

Wayne's treaty line X 429 

Western Pennsylvania IX 207 

Zoar lands VIII Front 

Marco Polo visits Asia I 1'55 

Marietta, .\ncestry of settlers at II 5."? 



384 



Oliiu Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Vol. 

Marietta, Blennerhasset arrives at 

Centennial at 1 , 339 ; I] 

Centennial Monument at 

Character of settlers at II, 26; ID 

Christening of I] 

Culture of settlers at Ill 

Dr. Samuel Hildreth II] 

Earthworks of 1 , 56 ; V 

Educated pioneers of I] 

Federalists at I] 

First Civil officers at 

First Congregational Church at I] 

First court at II, 159, 

First death at II 

First Fourth of July at 11 

First laws at 

Government at 1 , 303 , 

Growth of settlement at 11 

Heckewelder visits VIl 

Land office at V 

Memorial structure at 11 

Militia assembled at, against Burr 

Militia established at 

Militia law promulgated at Ill 

Mention of settlement at 

Ohio Company's office at 11 

Resolutions on Centennial at 

Picture of settlers at IV, 397, 

Prominent settlers at 11 

Physicians of Ill 

Settlement at II, 133; VI, 203; X 

Shipbuilding at HI 

Small-pox at Ill 

Society meets at 11 , 145. 

Society resolves to participate in Centennial at. . 

St. Clair arrives at X 

View of Mound in Mound Cemetery at I] 

Marietta Centennial. Arnett's remarks at I] 

Chapin's Address at 11 

Committee for 

Congratulatory letters on 11 

Dalz'ell's Poem at 11 

Dickinson's sermon at 

Earthworks at 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 



385 



Vol. Page 

Marietta Centennial , Foraker's Address at II 13 

General character of II 10 

German Pioneers, Address II 55 

German Relic Dep't at II 248 

Hale's address at II 94 

Hayes' address at II ,50 

Hoar's address at II 14 

Hunt, Samuel F., Remarks, at II 91 

Lessons of II 139 

Loring, Geo. B., Letter'of II 88 

Mention of IV 401 

Mound Builder and Relic Dep't II 249 

OtBcial delegates to II 6 

Old china at II 247 

Peters, Barnard, Address at II 55 

Pioneer Department of II 245 

Program of II 2 

Relic department of II 245 

Report of Committee on I 299 

Smith's address at II 187 

Storr's address at II 99 

Sturtevant's remarks at II 138 

"Triumph of Liberty," Poem at II 216 

Tucker's address at II 64 

Tuttle's address at II 132 

Marietta Circuit Ill 204 

Marietta College, Andrews, President of II 259 

Sessions, F. C. , Trustee of IV 304 

Tribute to Ill 134 

Marietta Colony, Importance of II 146 

National influence of II 14S 

State influence of II 148 

Marietta Memorial Structure, Society's resolution concern- 
ing II 332 

Marietta Pioneers, States represented by II 47 

Marietta Settlement, Important events connected with.... I 1 

Marietta and Harmar, 1788, Site of II 17 

1888, View of II 49 

Marion County, Earthworks in, number of VII 182 

Exploration of mounds in VII 164 

Prehistoric remains in V 268 

Maritime Age , The I 166 

Marriage, Unique ceremony of VI 231 

Marsh, Prof. O. C. , on opening earthworks I 61 

25 Vol. XI. 



386 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Marshall, Chief Justice — Vol. Page 

D'ecides Kentucky-Indiana Boundary Line IV 74 

English and French claims in Ohio Valley, on IV 99 

Right of Discovery, on ►.... II, 364, 373 

Slavery, on, IV 269 

Virginia land claims, of V ix 

Marshall, Col James, Mention of Ill, 277, 280 

Marshall, Col. R. D., Address, Gallipolis Centennial at.. Ill 172 

Mention of Ill 12 

Marshall, Humphrey, History of Kentucky ' I 238 

Martial Law, Declaration of, on account Burr's Conspiracy I 152 

Martin, Dr. Samuel, Account of Ill 257 

Martin, Wm. T., Description of early Franklinton, by.... VI 69 

Martzolff, C. L., Perry County History by XI 267 

School celebration of Ohio Centennial 

proposed by XI 83 

Maryland, Boundary line of, surveyed X 152 

Declaration of, on land cession I, 30; II 276 

Historical documents preserved in II 427 

Secession attitude of IX 132 

Settlement of X 148 

Maryland Historical Society IX 243 

Maryland refuses to accede to Articles of Confederation. . IV 111 

Maryland ratifies Articles of Confederation IV 112 

Maryland within Virginia limits IV 98 

Mason, Governor, Mention of IV 199 

Mason, Gen. John Sanford, Sketch of VI "805 

Mason, Stevens T., Gov. Michigan IV 211 

Mason and Dixon's Line, Origin of VII 250 

Masonry, Mention of II 246 

Prisoner released by sign of VI 142 

Massachusetts, Influence of; in Ohio II 89 

Historical preservation in II 427 

Part in Marietta Centennial II 94 

Massachusetts Historical Society Ill, 273 ; IX 245 

Massachusetts Bay Bill I 226 

Massie, Nathaniel — 

Character of XI 54 

Manchester and Chillicothc laid out by V 337 

Mention of IV 266 

St. Clair opposed by XI 69 

Surveyor VI 173 

Matilda, Cas'e of, defended by Chase I 115 

Mather, Cotton, Quoted concerning schools . Ill 169 

Matthews, Dr. Increase, Account of Ill 251 



Index for Volumes I to XL 387 

Vol. Pagi: 

Matthews, John, Account of survey of Seven Ranges VI 197 

• Indians attack VI 204 

Matthews, Justice, Refers to Chase I 125, 126 

Matthews, Stanley, Mention of IV 347 

Matthews, Thomas J., Level of, donated to Society I 376 

Maumee River, Earthworks on X 384 

Fort Defiance on Ill 307 

Fort Deposit on Ill 308 

Fort Meigs on Ill 311 

Fort Industry on '. Ill 309 

Importance of, to Ohio IV 154 

Indian cession of lands on XI, 251, 252, 253 

Indian thoroughfare along IX 253 

Winchester, Gen., on IX 258 

Maumee Rapids , Treaty at XI 254 

Maumee Valley, Epic poem of X 305 

Indians of Ill 175 

Pioneer days in Ill 175 

Maxwell Code I 307 

Publication of Ill 147 

Maxwell, James, Pioneer in Jefferson County VI 158 

Maxwell, Sally, Indian capture of VI, 160, 162 

Mayflower 1,11; II 101 

McArthur, Duncan — 

Escape of , from Indians VI 195 

Surveying party with VI 173 

McArthur , Fort , Description of Ill 310 

McBride, James, Survey of Fortified Hill, by I 66 

McClellan. Geo. B., Ancestry of VI 101 

McClelland, Capt. Robt., Commandant at Fort McArthur. . Ill 310 

McCIintock, Wm. T.. "Ohio's Birth Struggle" XI 44 

McCook, Col. Geo. W.. Railroad promoter VI 244 

Stanton's law partner VI. 220, 341 

McCook, Henry C, Author and divine VI 109 

Portrait of VI 109 

McCook , Martha Latimer VI 305 

McCooks "Fighting Family" of VI, 305. 346 

McConnelsville, First post-master of Ill 257 

Physicians of Ill 257 

McCullough , Samuel , Perilous leap of VI 132 

McDonald, Angus, Ft. Fincastle built by VI, 128; XI 175 

McDonald, John, Account of I 255 

Letter of. to Gallagher '. I 255 

Narrow escape of VI 171 



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Ohio Arch, and His. Society PuhJications. 



McDonald, John, "Pioneer Sketches" I. -ioo : 

McFarland, R. W. — 

Ancient work near Oxford, Ohio 

Chillicotlics , The 

Forts Loramie and Pickawillany 

Notes , Geographical 

"Simon Kenton" 

Sketch of 

McGuffey, W. H., President of Ohio Universit}^ 

Services of 

McHenry Mound at Malta , View of 

Mcllvaine , Chas. P 

Mclntire, Alfred, R. . Henry B. Curtis, Memorial Address 

by 

Sketch of 

Mclntire, John, Member of Constitutional Convention .... 

Reference to 

Mclntire Slave Colony in Jefferson County 

Mcintosh, Dr. Nathan, Account of 

Mcintosh, Fort, Treaty of 

Mcintosh, Gen., Builds forts III. 302; VI, 11, 12; 

McKinley, William, Ancestry of 

Davis' tribute to 

Editorial on 

Father of 

Genealogy of 

Greenville Centennial address of.... 

Memorial poem on 

Mention of ..IV, 329, 334; V, 302; VI 

Sketch of '. 

Society's ninth annual report to, 1893 
Society's tenth annual report to, 1894 
Telegram of, at Gnadenhutten Cen- 
tennial 

War record of 

McKinnon, W. S., Portrait of 

McKnight, Charles, Mention of 

McLean, John, Nullification opinions of 

Tribute to Morrow 

McMilan, Dr. Wm., Sketch of 

McMillen , Emerson , Sketch of , 

McMillen, Dr. John, Cannonsburg College founded by.... 

McNeal, Mrs. J. F., Sings 'Old Buckeye State" 

McNemar, Richard, Sketch of . . . 



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Page 


VI 


174 


I 


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XI 


230 


VIII 


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X 


486 


XI 


153 


IV 


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VI 


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VI 


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V 


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I 


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I 


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IV 


465 


V 


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III 


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VI 


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III 


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VII 


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X 


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VI 


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IV 


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IV 


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III 


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XI 


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Index for Volumes I to XI. 389 

Vol. Page 

McPherson. Gen., Attends Norwalk Academy VI 48 

McZena , Mounds near V 182 

Meade, Mention of XI 238 

Mecklenburg Declaration VIII 259 

Inspiration of VI 103 

Medina County, Bibliography of earthworks in I 199 

Earthworks in, number of VII 197 

Prehistoric remains in V 272 

Meigs County, Prehistoric remains in t V 273 

Meigs, Fort, Description of Ill 311 

Meigs, Josiah. Land Commissioner IV, 157, 159 

Meigs, Return J., Administers laws at Marietta II 158 

Governor of Marietta I 303 

Judge of Northwest Territory Ill 143 

Ohio and Michigan boundary dispute, 

on IV 20G 

Services of, to Scioto Associates Ill 43 

Sketch of XI 58 

Winchester's letter to IX 255 

Memorial, "Thomas W. Mills," Wilson XI 157 

Memorial structure at Marietta, Report on II 222 

Mendenhall, T. C. , Ohio boundary lines, on IV 127 

\\'estern and northern Ohio, boundary 

line established IV 145 

Mercer County, Bibliography of earthworks in I 200 

Earthworks in , number of VII 195 

Fort St. ]\Iary"s in Ill 307 

Prehistoric reamins in V 272 

St. Clair's defeat in II 105 

Merrill, MaryE., Sketch of IV 400 

Merrill, Stephen Mason, Sketch of V 258 

Methodism, Baker, Rev. Henry Ill 20(3 

Beginning of, in Newark X 206 

Book Concern established, by Ill 205 

Changes in Ohio Conference boundaries X 209 

Colleges of Ill 205 

Diagram of Ohio Conferences, 19i»l X 210 

Early, in Ohio VII 311 

Early opinions of VI 255 

Early revivals and camp meetings of X 211 

Experience of pioneer ministers of X 175 

First Church of, in America X 167 

First in Columbus X 208 

First in Fayette County X 207 



390 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Methodism, First in Muskingum County 

First in Ohio 

First meeting house of. in Ohio 

First preacher of, in Ohio 

First preaching of, in Ohio 

Founding of 

German 

Hocking Circuit 

Introduction of, into Ohio 

Introduction of , into Ohio cities 

Itinerant ministers of 

John Kobler 

Letart Falls Circuit, Ministers of 

Presiding Elders of . . . . 

Marietta Circuit 

Muskingum Circuit , 18"23 

Muskingum-Kanawha Circuit 

Northwest Territory , in 

Organization of, in America 

Origin of 

Pioneer, at Granville 

Pioneer, in Southwestern Ohio 

Pioneer preaching places of 

Ridiculed 

Salary of pioneer preachers of 

Scioto Circuit 

Southeastern Ohio , in 

Statistics of, in Northwest Territory 

Steubenville , in 

Stewart's mission work among Wyandots 

.View of first Church of, in Columbus 

White Brown's Barn 

Wyandot Mission among 

"Methodism in Gallipolis," Baker 

"Methodism in Northwest Territory." Sermon, Moore.... 
Methodist Church — 

Gallipolis Centennial ex'ercises at 

Jefferson County, in VIII, 201 

Methodists, Finley, Rev. J. B., Pioneer minister of 

Jefferson County , in 

Manifestation of zeal among ' 

Number of in Northwest Territory in 1888.... 

Origin of Camp Meetings among 

Scotch-Irish 



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Page 


X 


207 


VI 


406 


X 


186 


III 


2oa 


X 


179 


III 


197 


X 


204 


III 


203 


X 


165 


X 


187 


X 


212 


III 


204 


III 


208 


III 


210 


III 


204 


X 


189 


III 


204 


VI 


256 


X 


168 


X 


165 


X 


206 


X 


181 


X 


178 


III 


198 


X 


190 


III 


203 


III 


202 


X 


217 


VI 


255 


X 


199 


X 


209 


X 


205 


X 


195 


III 


206 


III 


196 


III 


15 


205, 


212 


VI 


254 


,1112: 


15. 234 


X 


19i 


III 


205 


X 


173 


VI 


110 



Index for Voluines I to XI. 



H91 



Methodists. Statistics of, in Northwest Territory 

Wesleyan, Connection with "Underground 

R. R." 

Aletz , D. C. L. . Mention of 

Mexican Indians. Methods of making flint implements.... 

Mexican War, Character of 

Grant's service in 

Loan for 

Mention of 

Ohio in • 

Mexico. Buried cities in 

Legends of I , 

Origin of aborigines of 

Origin of natives of 

Sculptured disc from 

War with . planned by Burr.- 

Miami, Great. Chillicothc on 

Ft. FLimilton on 

Miami , Fort, Description of 

Miami , Indian Conference on 

Miami, Little, Prehistoric race of • 

Prehistoric village sites of IV, 

Miami County. Bibliography of earthworks in 

Earthworks in . number of 

Fort Piqua in 

Prehistoric remains in 

Miami Indians . Ohio . in ^ 

Treaty with Ill , 142 ; 

Miami Purchase 

Miami University 

Junkin . Dr. . President of 

Miami Valley , Account of 

Rich field for preglacial investigation 

"Miami Woods" and other Poems 

Selections from 

Miamisburg Mound 

Proposed purchase of 

Miantonomah. Chief. Monument to. View of 

Sketch of 

Mica found in Mounds II . 402 : 

Michaux. F. A'., Book on Western traveU 

Michigan. Attitude of. toward Ohio boundary dispute 

Growth of 



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VIII 


456 


IV 


61 


I 


258 


II 


523 


VI 


376 


XI 


234 


IV 


255 


IV 


253 


II 


171 


I 


319 


325, 


329 


VI 


60 


I 


328 


V 


254 


I 


145 


XI 


230 


III 


304 


III 


301 


VII 


226 


IV 


371 


370, 


371 


I 


200 


VII 


187 


III 


307 


V 


270 


VI 


78 


VI 


204 


II 


162 


I 


106 


VI 


106 


III 


173 


I 


64 


II 


323 


II 


324 


I 


341 


XI 


76 


XI 


5 


XI 


2 


XI 


1.37 


I 


236 


IV 


208 


VIII 


451 



392 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Vol. Page 
Michigan, Legislature of, petitions Congress on Ohio and 

Michigan dispute IV 190 

Territory of, organized IV 155 

Applies for admission IV 228 

Attacks Ohio surveyors IV 217 

Demands admission . IV 224 

Disputes Ohio's boundary IV 166 

Michigan-Ohio Boundary dispute II 342 

Michigan-Ohio Boundary Line IV 127 

Mififln , Ohio , View of Kame at V 178 

Migration, Cause of Ill, 181, 182, 184 

Causes of Irish Ill 182 

Lessons learned from Ill 192 

Results of Ill 186 

Migration of Gothic tribes Ill 181 

Migration to Gallipolis, Cause of Ill 188 

"Migrations and their lessons" Sermon, Gladden Ill 178 

Militia, Establish'ed in Northwest Territory I, 304; VII 253 

Law providing for Ill 143 

Officers of under first Constitution V 143 

Ohio-Michigan War , in I V , 167 

Organization of, in Northwest Territory. .. .1, 308; III 353 

Re-organized by Chase <■ I 122 

States', called out in Burr Conspiracy I 152 

Territorial laws on IX 216 

Ward Co. Va., vandalize home of Blennerhassett. . I 154 

Military bounty lands petitioned for II 167 

Military correspondence, Ohio, Society seeks to preserve.. IV 385 

Military Day, Jefferson County Centennial VI 370 

"Military posts, forts and battlefields within State of Ohio" III 300 

Military relics. Collection of, at Ohio Centennial II 542 

Military significance of earthworks, Janney responds to toast 

to V 305 

Military Tract. Extent of, U. S X 486 

Gallatin's report on V 155 

Reservation of school lands in V 78 

Miller, Col. John, Portrait of VI 270 

Miller, Thomas E. , Sketch of IV 466 

Mill, Floating, on Scioto Ill 103 

Millgrove, Prehistoric village site at IV 371 

Millstones, First in Ohio II 240 

Mills, John, Ohio Company Associates, in Ill 115 

Mills, W. C, Curator's report by, 1901 X 78 

Curator's report by, 1902 XI 86 



Index for J'ol nines I to XI. 393 

Vol. Page 

Mills, W. C. , Election of, as Curator of Society VII 292 

"Excavations of the Adena Mound" X 451 

Field work by, 1899 VIII 368 

Field work report .• VIII 309 

"Fish hooks found at Baum Village site"'.... IX 520 

Lectures of. on Anthropology X 88 

Memorial to Thomas Wilson, by XI 157 

"Painted Skeletons" XI 24G 

Pan-American exhibit in charge of X 74 

Mills, William Stowell, "Lake County and its founder".... X 361 

Mingos, Battle of Point Pleasant, in XI 181 

M-ention of V 192 

Ohio, in VI 75 

Mingo Bottom , Mention of VI 18 

Rendezvous of volunteers on VI 150 

Mingo Town , Washington visits VI 122 

>IV[ingo Villages. Franklin Co., Crawford destroys VI 8 

Ministerial land II 303 

Western Reserve II 480 

Ministers , Bascom , Rev VI 259 

Bigelow , Rev. , Pioneer VI 256 

Clark. Dr. Alexander, Account of VI 247 

Early, in Jefferson County VI 231 

Lands sold for support of VI 36 

Merrill , Stephen Mason VI 258 

N^egro, Jefiferson County VI 279 

Rea, Dr. John VI 214 

Pioneer VI, 254, 271 

Prebyterian, first ordained, in Ohio VI 259 

Simpson , Matthew VI 257 

Minute Men , Mention of l\ 232 

Missionaries, Asbury , Francis Ill 201 

Bates , Issaachcr XI 220 

Burke, William Ill 203 

Darrow . David XI 218 

Early Baptist I 240 

Early , Mention of V 193 

Heckewelder, John VI 147 

Indian . II 143 

Jones, David, among Indians \'II 52 

Kobler , John Ill 204 

McNemar, Richard XI 219 

Methodist HI 201 

Moravian VII 307 



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Missionaries, Post, Chas. F. . among Ohio Indians VII 40 

Post, Christian Frederick VII 319 

Shaker XI 218 

Western Reserve , to VI 45 

Youngs, Benjamin XI 218 

Missions , Jesuit XI 215 

Shaker. Indians to XI, 215, 221 

Shaker Propaganda of XI 217 

Shaker zeal for X 260 

Wyandot X 195 

"Mission of th'e Spring," Gurley X 24 

Mississippi, Militia of, called out in Burr Conspiracy.... I 152 

Mississippi River, Importance of navigation of II 71 

Navigation of, free II, 169; IV 11 

Mississippi Valley, French and English competition for.... X 398 

Missouri Compromise I 121 

Mention of IV 268 

Mitchell, Dr. Robert. Account of Ill 250 

Mitchell's Map, authority for early land boundaries IV 203 

Moats of prehistoric earthworks ■ IV 371 

Mob , St. Clair attacked by XI QQ 

"Modern Customs of Savage Origin," Paper, Hart I 297 

Modified cession of Virginia V 59 

Mohawks, Mention of IV 297 

Mohegans , Tribe of XI 2 

Moncure, Rev. John, Sermon, Gallipolis Centennial 11116,221 

Monf ort , Elias R. , Sketch of IV 467 

Monnett . Frank , Mention of V 320 

Monongahela Trail VIII 278 

Monographs, Educational and historical II 438 

Monroe County, Earthworks in. Number of VII 200 

Prehistoric remains in V 273 

Monroe, James, Character of administration of IV 252 

Constutionality of National Road decided 

by IX 426 

Letter of, to Jefferson on Northwest Ter- 
ritory VI 72 

Mention of IV, 9; V 58 

Survey Ohio-Michigan boundary directed 

by IV 162 

Montcalm, Marquis de, Mention of Ill 76 

Montgomery County, Bibliography of earthworks in I 272 

Earthworks in, number of VII 185 

Largest earthwork in State, in I 341 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 395* 

Vol. Page 

Montgomery County, Prehistoric remains in V 268 

Monument , Cornstalk's IX 25- 

Ft. Washington, unveiHng of X 1 

Keokuk's VIII 14 

Red Jacket's IX 20 

'"Monuments to historical Indian Chiefs," Taylor. ... IX, 1; XI 1 

Moody. Roderick S.. Stanton assaulted by VI 219' 

Moon, Mexican legend concerning I 33()' 

Moorehead. Warren K — 

Annual report of, to Society 1894...* IV 421 

Annual report of, to Society, 1895 V 283- 

Annual report of, to Society 1890 : V, 298. 318 

Archaeological research of VI 443 

Elected to Society IV, 421 , 43ti- 

Field work of. Report of V, 165; VII 110 

Fort Ancient , Description of 111,313; IV 302 

Mounds opened by in 1888 II 534 

Resigns as Curator VI 425- 

Responds to "Archaeology of Ohio" IV 448 

Suggestion of, that Society do field work IV 400 

Work of .' V, Preface V 324 

]\Ioore, Dr. W. E. . Ft. Ancient, interested in \"III 350 

Religious history of State, on I 94 

Responds to toast to "Treasures of Ft. 

Ancient" V 301 

Responds to toast to "Value of personal 

history" IV 449 

Sketch of IV, 407; VIII 171 

Portrait of VIII 474 

Moore, Rev. David. Sermon, Gallipolis Centennial .... Ill, 15, 196 

Moore, Mordecai, Account of VI 213 

Moore vs. Gano , Noted case of VI 339 

Morality, Necessity of V 5o 

Moravian Church, First at Gnadenhutten VII 321 

Origin of MI 300 

Moravian Indians \'Ul 261 

Descendants of \' I 144 

Lands granted to VII 333 

Location of VI 393 

Massacre of VI, 143, 4Ul; VII, 09, 331 

Mementoes of VI 147 

Monument to VII 301 

View of VII 335 

Revolutionarv War. in Vl 59' 



■396 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Moravian Indians, Suffering of, at Upper Sandusky 

Moravian Massacre, Carpenter, John, witness of 

Condemned 

Details of 

Names of victims of 

False history of 

Farrar, Paper on 

Moravian Missionaries on the Muskingum 

Moravian Missions , British remove VII , 

Revolutionary War affects 

M'ention of 

New Salem , at 

Moravian Village, Crawford's expedition at 

Moravians, Arrival of, in America ,« 

Broadhead, Col., Consultation with 

Congress recompenses 

Expedition against 

Massacre of Ill, "283; 

Mention of 

Missionary spirit among 

Mission stations on Tuscarawas 

Removal of, from Muskingum 

Morgan, Col., informs President of Burr's plans 

Morgan , William , Reference to 

Morgan County , Earthworks in 

Earthworks in, number of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Mormons at Kirtland , O 

Morrison, Dr. Nathan J. — 

Address : "A century and its lessons" 

Sketch of 

Morris, Thomas, Boyhood days of 

Mention of 

Nullification , on X , 

Ohio legislature, in 

Practice of law liy 

U. S. Senate, in 

Morrow County, Earthworks in . number of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Morrow , Jeremiah , Ancestry of 

Anecdotes of 

Clay's tribute to 

Durban Ward's opinion of 

Educational advantages of 



Vol. 


Page 


VII 


330 


VI 


189 


III 


291 


III 


293 


III 


298 


III 


289 


III 


276 


VII 


48 


327, 


332 


VII 


321 


IV 


34 


X 


221 


VI 


18 


VII 


307 


VII 


64 


VII 


70 


III 


280 


VI 


74 


III 


107 


VII 


307 


VII 


321 


VII 


67 


I 


151 


III 


197 


V 


197 


VII 


184 


V 


267 


VI 


49 


III 


27 


IV 


468 


X 


353 


VI 


432 


355, 


357 


X 


354 


X 


352 


X 


357 


VII 


189 


V 


270 


II 


198 


II 


205 


11 


200 


II 


203 


II 


212 



Index for J 'ol nines I to XI. 397 



Morrow. Jeremiah, Justice McLean's tril)ute to 

Public services of 

Simplicity of 

Sketch of II . 187 , 1U7 ; 

Morse. John F., Black laws introduced by 

Moses , Thomas F. . Sketch of 

Mound Builder relic department. Marietta Centeimial 

Mound Builders, Civilization of 

Connection with Indians 

Culture of. in Scioto \"^]ey 

Editorial on 

Implements of 

Indians compared with 

Indian traditions of 

Mathematical knowledge of 

Numbers of 

Occupation of 

Ohio, in 

Personal appearance of 

Popular errors regarding 

Population centers of 

Probable age of 

Teeth of 

Theories concerning 

Traditions of 

Types of 

Use of pickets by 

■'The " Address , MacLean 

Notice of book on, MacLean 

"^lound Builders' fort within Toledo's limits." Knabenshuc 

"Mound Builders of Ohio," Knabenshue 

(See Adena Mound.) 
(See Earthworks.) 

Mounds. Advancement in exploration of 

Age of II, 388 

Alligator 

Built by Indians 

Burials found in 

Butcher. Homer, Ohio, View of 

Clermont County, opened in 

Coral found in. . .- 

Crematory in 

Delaw-are County , of 

DeSoto's account of 



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II 


199 


II 


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58 


I 


119 


IV 


4G8 


II 


249 


II 


382 


X 


7U 


VII 


132 


IX 


530 


II 


393 


II 


400 


II 


394 


II 


385 


II 


383 


II 


399 


X 


395 


II 


390 


II 


380 


II 


388 


I 


185 


II 


391 


XI 


150 


XI 


28 


III 


314 


I 


268 


I 


291 


I 


109 


X 


381 


XI 


148 


II 


381 


X 


70 


VI 


43ii 


X 


70 


VII 


117 


VIII 


316 


II 


534 


VII 


120 


vn 


116 


VII 


164 


II 


397 



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Vol. Page 

Mounds, "Dumps" of VII 128 

Eagle VI 435 

Effigy X -231 

Effigy in Perry County V 174 

Evident use of XI 136 

Explorations of, in Licking County and Knox 

County VIII 813 

in Logan County VIII 310 

in Pickaway County VII 112 

Flat stones against sides of VII 139 

Fort Ancient (See Fort Ancient) IV 368 

Fort Hill VI 436 

Hopewell Group of VI 443 

Indians erect II 398 

Jackson County, in VII 163 

Jefferson County, in VI 139, 348 

Kirkpatrick, Utica, Ohio VIII 329 

Labor necessary for erection of II 383 

Largest in state I 341 

Larimore Group of VIII 319 

Marion County, in VII 164 

Materials for II 389 

Miamisbu'rg, proposed purchase of XI 76 

Mica found in.. VII 129 

Military purposes of 'X 383 

Moorehead's opening of, in 1888 II 534 

Mound Cemetery, Marietta, view of II 80 

Natchez Indian II 397 

Number of, in Ohio VII 167 

Plan of Snake Den Group VII 113 

Platform VII 142 

Poetic reference to XI 156 

Preservation of, in Ohio I 288 

Ross County, in VIII 342 

Scientific exploration of IV 406 

Sepulcher X 71 

Serpent , offered to Society IV 400 

Saved, F. W. Putnam I 187 

Silver found in VII 120 

Skeletons found in VII 125, 159 

Snake Den Group of VII 111 

Steubenville , near VI 195 

Stone box found in VII 120 

Stone, Licking Reservoir, Cross section of V 169-171 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 399 



Mounds . "The Haunted" 

Tunnelling of 

Turner Group of 

View of Post Molds in VIII 

Williams, at Homer, view of 

Mt. Pleasant, Literary Center VIII 

Municipal Government 

Murdock, James E. , Mention of 

Murfreesboro, Mention of 

Murray, Lindley, Mention of ' IV, 316; 

Musci Allegheniciiscs. Published by Sullivant 

Musci e.vsiccati Americani . Publication of 

Museum, Blackmore 

Ohio, State, Founding of 

Fireland's Historical Society's 

Society's 1, 336: VI. 419; VIII, 330; 

Accessions to , in 1898 

Donation to 

Growth of V, 319, 322; 

Inventory of 

Orton Hall, in 

Report of Committee on, 1896 

"Music , " Poem 

Muskingum, Bouquet's expedition to VI, 117; 

Early description of 

Early description of valley of 

Earthworks of 

Floating mill on 

Ft. Harmar , on 

Indians harass settlements on 

Indian military operations upon 

Low culture of prehistoric people on 

McDonald's expedition to 

Moravians on HI . 10" : 

Salt Springs on HI, 101; 

Muskingum Academy. Erection of 

Muskingum County — 

Bibliography of earthworks in 

Description of earthworks in 

Earthworks in . Number of 

Mention of 

Pioneer Methodism in 

Prehistoric remains in 

Muskingum-Kanawha Circuit 



Vol. 


Page 


VII 


128 


VII 


127 


IV 


375 


VIII 


318 


VIII 


315 


VIII 


161 


XI 


210 


XI 


203 


IV 


303 


VI 


107 


IV 


287 


IV 


287 


VI 


442 


IV 


400 


X 


222 


X 


86 


VIII 


332 


X 


88 


XI 


91 


VII 


288 


V 


288 


V 


313 


X 


29 


VII 


43 


III 


84 


III 


108 


V 


203 


III 


105 


HI 


302 


VI 


204 


VI 


397 


V 


189 


XI 


175 


VII 


48 


V 


77 


II 


306 


I 


273 


V 


196 


VII 


177 


IV 


230 


X 


207 


V 


265 


III 


204 



40J Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Vol. Page 

Muskingum Trail , View of VIII 264 

Muskingum Treaty VII 236 

Muskingum Valley — 

Earthworks of V 176 

Humeri from V 241 

Pestles and sandstone tubes from V 244 

Pictographs of V 200 

Pioneer Physicians of Ill 241 

Stone axes from V 245 

View of spears and discoidals from V 239 

iMuti-s Chronicle. Mention of IV 290 

Myers, Michael, Crawford's expedition, in VI 155 

Jefferson County "pathfinder" VIII 219 

"My Jewels," Reference to IV 382 

Unveiling of IV 396, 399 

N 

Nails, Manufacture of, in Jefferson County VI 232 

Nantes, Edict of. Influence of IV 279 

Napoleon, Mention of 1, 137; III 74 

Narragansetts, Tribe of XI 2 

Nash, Geo. K., Address, Pan-American Exposition X 127 

Nast, William, Pioneer German Methodist X 204 

Portrait of X 201 

Nationality , Declaration of . I 31 

National Debt, First promulgation of idea of I 31 

National Hotel, Columbus, Mention of IV 210 

National Road — 

Accidents on IX ' 469 

Act authorizing IX 418 

Advertisement for bids for IX 518, 519 

Advertisement for tavern on IX 519 

Appropriations for building IX 434, 511 

"Big Crossings" bridge on IX 473 

Bridges on IX 490 

Bridge, View of IX 494 

Coaching speed on IX 467 

Coach fares on .■ IX 470 

Coach lines on IX 460-468 

Columbus Coach lines on IX 468 

Committee for laying out IX 421 

Comparative cost of, with railways IX 441 

Constitutionality of, questioned IX 426 



Index for Volumes I to XL 401 

Kational Road — Continued. Vol. Page 

Contract notice of, in Ohio. .•; IX 438 

Cost of IX 425, 503 

Description of taverns on IX 484 

First Report of Commissioners of IX 496 

First results of IX 431 

Land appropriated for IX 417 

Legislation for IX 415 

Loads hauled over IX 465 

Indiana-Illinois end of IX 439 

Route of IX 412 

Influence of IX 400, 493 

Mail coaches on IX 471 

Map of IX 405 

Map of, in Pennsylvania IX 422, 442 

Mention of IV 300 

Milestones on IX 462 

Ohio, Map of IX 412 

Ohio to the Mississippi IX 433 

Ohio transfers to County Commissioners IX 456 

Operation and control of IX 443 

Pioneer route over IX 407 

Prominent men connected with building of IX 443 

Prominent travelers on IX 492 

Provision for V 74, 77 

Revenue from IX 453 

Route of IX 436, 501 

Second report of Comirrissioners of IX 507 

Selection of route IX 418 

Site of Bloody Ford on IX 517 

Stage coaches and freighters on IX 458 

Stage lines on IX 451 

State laws for protection of IX 446 

Structure of IX 430 

Taverns on IX 477 

Tolls collected on IX 447, 457 

Toll system on IX 450 

Towns on IX 503 

Transfer of, to States IX 444 

Various attitudes toward IX 425 

View of Chestnut Ridge on IX 473 

View of, entering Columbus IX 517 

View of "Old Timers" IX 488 

Views of Taverns on IX 500 

Views of Pennsylvania Taverns on IX 480 

26 Vol. XI. 



402 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

National Road — Continued. Vol. Page 

Width of IX 491 

''National Road," Hulbert IX 405 

National Territory, Slavery exclu'ded from I 121 

Navigator, The I 165 

On Steubenville VI 239 

Navy, Whipple's exploits in II 181 

Naylor, James Ball, "Sign of the Prophet," by X 389 

Necrology , Gilmore , Wm. J V 320 

Shaker at North Union IX 108 

Neeramer, Charles, Makes Chart of Ft. Ancient IV 399 

Negroes, Education of, in Ohio VI 322 

Eligibility to office V 124 

Franchise rights of V 115 

Increase of, in Northwest Territory VIII 450 

Jefferson County , in VI 275 

Politics of VI 282 

Recognition of VIII 435 

Religious revivals of VI 277 

Schools for II 142 

Suffrage of X 346 

Superstition of VI 280 

Witchcraft among VI 281 

Neuchatel , Home of Lesquereux IV 280 

Newark, Beginning of Methodism in X 2U6 

Earthworks at I, 57, 346; V, 201; VI 435 

Pioneer days in I 243 

Preservation of earthworks at HI 262 

Whipping Post in I "250 

Newark Works, Bibliography of I 198 

New Athens , College at VIII 135 

Newberry, Dr. J. S. commends sessions on Sanitary Com- 
mission IV 302 

New Connecticut (See Western Reserve). 

Education in VI 37 

Mention of 

New England, Influence of, on Ohio 

Pioneers from 

Seamen of, in Revolution 

New Englanders, Ohio settled by 

New Jersey, Historical Collections of 

Historical Society of 

Howe's history of 

New Lexington, MacGahan's burial place at 

New Orleans welcomes Burr 



V 340 


347 


II 


94 


IX 


325 


I 


13 


X 


132 


IV 


319 


IX 


245 


II 


450 


IX 


146 


I 


14-^ 



Index for J'oliiiiics I to XI. 



403 



New Orleans Exposition, Ohio Commissioners of. Dona- 
tions to Society 

"New Year's Night , " Poem 

New York, Documentary history of 

Historical Collections of 

Historical preservation in 

Historical Society of HI , 2l:i: 

Howe's history of 

Notice of book on , Roberts 

Political complexion of, in 18(>n 

Western lands ceded by 

Newspapers — 

American Pioneer 

A}nerican Rez'ieie, Quotation from 

Anti-Masonic 

Arclweologist . Tlie. Publication of 

Baclczvoodsmaii 

Blaclizvood's Maga::ine 

Cincinnati Gazette H, 810; 

Cincinnati Gazette. Publishes Vinton's argument 

Cinci)inafi Mirror 

Cointncrcial Register 

Continental Gazette, first pronuilgation of freedom.... 

Fogg's Journal 

Gallipolis Bulletin. Account of Centennial by 

Genius of Universal Emancipation IV, 5G; 

Harper's Monthly . Mention of 

Hesperion , The, Mention of 

Kentucky Gazette 

Literary Journal a)id Monthly Rcz'iezv commends Anti- 

Sla\-ery speech 

Louisz'ille Courier 

North British Reviezi' 

Nugitna 

Ohio State Jour)ial 

Mention of 

Olden Times 

Philanthropist H , 310 ; 

Republican Ledger, Steubenville 

Saturday Evening Chronicle 

School Day J 'isitor - 

Sentinel. The , First in the Northwest 

Steubenville Gazette 

Steubenville Herald 



Vol. 


Pags 


I 


293 


VI 


308 


III 


273 


IV 


318 


11 


426 


IX 


245 


n 


445 


1 


109 


I 


139 


IV 


114 


VIII 


151 


IV 239 


, 242 


VI 


273 


IV 


419 


I 


364 


IV 


270 


VI 


110 


IV 


65 


I 


365 


I 


361 


VI 


1(14 


III 


198 


III 


12 


VI 


284 


IV 


304 


I 


255 


II 


576 


II 


309 


II 


314 


IV 


270 


VIII 


55 


IV 


42 


I 


37 


III 


105 


VIII 


161 


VI 


273 


I 


362 


VI 


248 


VI 


241 


VI 


271 


VI 21(i 


. 270 



404 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Newspapers — Continued. < Vol. Page 

St. Nicholas Magazine, Beginning of VI 248 

Western Intelligence IV 42 

Western Minerva I 361 

Western Tiller I 361 

Western Star XI 206 

Newspapers, First in Ohio Valley I 106 

Jefferson County, in VI 270, 351 

Shakers interdict X 285 

Newson Alfred , Artist VI 299 

Niagara Falls, Age of I 181 

Niagara , Battle of X 41 

Noble County, Earthworks in, Number of VII 198 

Prehistoric remains in V 273 

Noble, Henry C, Mention of IV 270 

Sketch of IV 469 

Normal Schools, first in America VI 53 

Western Reserve Teachers' Seminary. . . VI 49 

Normal University XI 202 

Founding of XI 207 

Norwalk , Academy at VI 48 

"North America in 1650," Map of X 104 

Northern States, Ordinance of 1787, principles in I 12 

North Union — 

Character of Shakers at IX 113 

East family residence at IX 52 

Girls' residence at IX 99 

Mill Family, site of, in IX 54 

Prominent Shakers at IX 85 

Residence of Middle Family IX 45 

Shaker Brethren at IX 106 

Shaker Church at IX 47 

Shaker families at IX 53 

Shaker Hospital at IX 65 

Shaker Sisters at ' IX 105 

Shaker Society of IX 35 

View of Grist Mill at IX 46 

View of Hemlock Grove at IX 76 

View of Shaker Dam at IX 77 

View of Wash-House at IX 107 

Northwest, The, American Flag over X 116 

Conflict over X 52 

Conquest of Posts in .' X 118 

English Flag over X 110 

English-French Competition for X 103 



Index for J'oIidiics 1 to Xf. 405 

Vol.. Pack 

Northwest, The, French Flag over X 102 

Government established over X IIG 

Historical Sketch of VI 1 1 ^TG 

Under three flags X 101 

"Northwest, The," Love XI 155 

Northwest Territory V 326 

Aboriginal Condition of II 150 

Alteration of Boundary of V 68 

Andrews' Study on II 267 

Application for erection of State in... V 69 

Area of VIII 452 

Chillicothe, Capital of V 339 

Church Statistics, in VIII 456 

Clause for formation of States in.... XI 59 

Climate of II 51 

Condition in 1797 VI 02 

Controversy in Legislature V 840 

Court Fees in Ill 147 

Court organized in Ill 143' 

Differences between Governor and 

Judges Ill 141 

Division of ■ V, 64; III 42 

Education in VIII 448 

Early History of II 150 

Early Settlements in XI 47 

Extent of II 50 

First Acts General Assembly HI 150 

First Counties in V 329 

First division for government V xii 

First General Assembly I 311 

First Grand Jury in HI 145 

First Judges of HI 141 

First Laws in. .. . I, 8, 305, 306, 311; III 143 

First Lawyer in HI 145 

First Officers in II 161 

Formation of IV 130 

French and Canadian Title Contirmed V 47 

General Assembly of IH 148 

Government of. .1, 23; II, 161; V, 61, 

64; VIII, 439 XI 46 

Growth of VI, 73; VIII 449 

Indian title to MI 252 

Industrial Achievements of II 17 

Influence of Greenville Trealv VII 240 



406 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Vol. Page 

Northwest Territory, Laws on profane language in Ill 146 

Legislation in I 303 

Legislature for •. . . II 166 

Members of I 310 

! , Maps of divisions of V, 343; X 432 

: Members of Territorial Council I 310 

i Methodism in lil, 202; X 217 

Militia Laws of IX 216 

Money expended for Education VIII 453 

Monroe's description of VI 72 

National Government's attitude toward II 151 

Officers of V, xii, 61; X 117 

Ordinance for government V 50 

1 Organized law needed in I 22 

, Poem on X 170 

Probate Courts established Ill 146 

Proposed Boundaries and States IV 202 

Religious freedom in VIII 448 

Representation in Legislature of V 340 

Sabbath Laws in Ill 146 

; Second law enacted in Ill 144 

Second Assembly I 313 

Settlements of.... VI, 62; VIII, 438; X 118 

Slavery in V 57 

States' claims to X 116 

States formed from II, 128; X 487 

States to be erected from II, 340; V 56, 59 

Statistics on cereals in VIII 454 

St. Clair removed as governor XI 68 

Teachers' salaries in VIII 454 

Territorial government in I 309 

Third Assembly of I 316 

Titles to VII 246 

LTnited States officers from VIII 457 

Virginia influence on II 24 

Wealth of VIII 453 

"Northwest Territory," Arnett VIII 433 

Nullification in Ohio IX 290 

"Nullification in Ohio , " Ryan II 413 

Nullification, Ohio opposes , IX, 301 ; X 355, 356 

Vinton on IV 248 

Nurseries , first in Ohio VI 289 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 407 



O Vol. Page 

Oaths . Official V 145 

Oberlin, Anti-Slavery influence of II 143 

Oberlin College, Sessions, trustee of IV 304 

Occupation, Rights of II 363 

Occupations of prehistoric races IV 372 

Officers, Civil , under first Constitution V 144 

Militia, under first Constitution V 143 

Under Ordinance of 1787 ^ V 52 

Ohioans , Prominence of VI 328 , 358 

Ohio, Act of Congress for Admission of IX 285 

Act recognizing State of V 1C3 

Address on , Peaslee I 91 

Admission of II, 108, 194; V, xii; X 432 

American Revolution in VI, 130; XI 102 

Application of, for Statehood IV, 204; V 78 

Archaeological and historical collections in, List of.. I 395 

ArchcTologic Map of IV, 421; V, 2-56, 286; VI 420 

Archaeology of, Importance of study of I 55 

Riches of VI 431 

Archaeological spoil of Europe I 90 

Attraction of, for east VI 121 

Battlefields of Ill 300 

Bibliography of earthworks in I, 69, 191, 272 

Bienville's expedition to X 400 

Boundary -line of IV, 185; V, 75,345, 347; XI 61 

Civil War in II 171 

Condition of, at time of settlement II 145 

In Ice Age I 181 

Condition of schools of, in 1845 IV 277 

Conditions imposed upon, before admission IX 279 

Congress approves Constitution of IX 280 

Establishes northern boundary of IV 170 

Proposes admission of IX 2(9 

Constitutional Convention at Chillicothe V 76 

Constitutional Convention establishes state lines.... IV 204 

Constitution of, establishes boundary IV 135. 185 

Contemporary description of, Crevecoeur Ill 96 

In 1788 Ill 82 

Contest on boundary of XI 65 

Country of, possibilities of I 224 

County of. Formation of VI 130 

Courts, provided by first General Assembly Ill 151 



408 



Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Ohio, Descendants from Scotch-Irish in. 

Description of, in 1846 

Diverse settlements in 

Documentary history of 

Doddridge's description of primitive 

During the Revolution 

Early account of agriculture in 

Education in 

Game in 

Government for 

Manufacturing in 

Early annalists of 

Early description of, by Lord Hillsborough 

Fertility of 

Timber of 

Early geographical knowledge of 

Early history of 

Early Judiciary, early laws and Bar of 

Early navigation of rivers in 

Early settlements in 

Eastern boundary line of 

Enabling Act for 

English-French competition for 

English fur traders in 

Factors in growth of 

First Constitutional Convention of Ill, 151; 

First Constitution of IV, 30; V, 131, 132; 

First General Assembly of 

First Methodist preacher in 

First ofificers of 

First sermon in 

First steps toward statehood 

Formation of 

Fugitive Slave law of 

Garden of Eden in 

Gist travels through 

Great Seal of 

Harris Line re-marked by 

Historical Collections of 

Historical and pioneer societies in. List of 

Howe, the historian of 

visits, to write history of 

Ideal Indian home 

Immigration to 



Vol. Page 


VI 


105 


IV 


324 


X 


422 


III 


275 


VI 


112 


X 


395 


III 


90 


III 


94 


III 


91 


III 


95 


III 


91 


I 


239 


III 


92 


III 


86 


III 


87 


VI 


115 


X 


395 


III 


141 


III 


91 


III 


202 


IV 


6 


V 71 


, 74 


X 


399 


VI 


114 


II 


148 


Vxiii,80 


IX 


280 


III 


151 


III 


203 


III 


151 


II 


289 


III 


151 


V 


344 


IV 


62 


X 


225 


X 


401 


X392 


,489 


IV 


167 


IV 


313 


I 


402 


IV 


311 


IV 


322 


VI 


88 


II 102 


, 168 



Index for Voliiiiics I to XI. 409 



Ohio. Indian occupancy of VI. 75, 113; 

Industrial development of 

Kilbourne's Map of. Mention of 

Legislative Act for Admission of 

Legislature, first, of 

Major Stickney reimbursed by 

Members of first Constitutional Convention in 

Men of 

Mexican War , in 

Military papers of. Society seeks to preserve 

"Mound Builders of," Knabenshue 

Natural advantages of VI , 321 ; 

Negro race in 

Northern boundary of 

Correspondence concerning. . 

Opening of Revolution in 

Organization of government for, considered 

Original extent of 

Palaeolithic man, in 

Part of Quebec 

"Pioneer day in Central," Curtis 

Popular education in 

Preglacial man in 

Prehistoric races in 

Prehistoric remains in 

Preparation for war in Ohio and Michigan dispute.. 

President directs survey of boundaries 

Probable location of Federal capital in 

Prominent sons of 

Prominent U. S. officials from v. VIII 

Public lands in 

Putnam's Map of 

Question as to northern boundary of 

Randolph's report on admission of 

"Relation of the glacial period to Archaeology" in.. . 

Preservation of lands in V 

Scotch-Irish influence on 

Seat of government of 

Second General Assembly in 

Survey of lands in 

Surveyors of, attacked 

Terraces found in 

Territorial government of 

Third General Assembly 



Vol. 


P.VGE 


X 


30(i 


X 


13.> 


IV 


37 


II 


341 


IX 


288 


IV 


229 


IX 


280 


II 


172 


II 


171 


IV 


385 


XI 


148 


X 


13a 


VI 


322 


IV 15 


2, 16.S 


, IV 


174 


X 


407 


131 


7, 318 


VIII 


264 


V 


284 


XI 


168 


I 


243 


VI 


322 


I 


257 


X 


395- 


V 


274 


IV 


220 


IV 


193 


III 


95- 


X 


139 


VIII 


457 


V 


xiii 


V 


1 


IV 


153 


V 


159 


I 


174 


, 72, 1 


"4, 77 


VI 


111 


V 


145 


III 


152 


IV 


131 


IV 


217 


I 


176 


XI 


45 


III 


152 



•410 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Vol. Page 

Ohio, Towns of, in 1802 IV 34 

"Underground R. R." in IV 44 

Under the French flag X 397 

Virginia boundary line of IV 64 

Western boundary of IV, 128; V QQ 

Ohio Centennial I 339 

History and failure of IX 393 

Kilbourne reports on IX 390 

Society's proposed part in, (Toledo) VIII 367 

State, Legislative enactment for XI 76 

'Ohio Company X 106 

Absorbed by Grand Company (1748) I 219 

Action of Congress toward IV 9 

Agents of I 20 

Andrews on II 270 

Cost to, defending the frontier I 285 

Directors of, summoned before U. S. Senate IV 27 

Donation Tract of IV 25 

Early account of settlement of Ill 89 

Educational provisions VI 37 

Fac simile of signatures of members of.... II 224 

First X, 105, 152, 399 

Influence of, on Ordinance of 1787 IV 10 

Invests in Georgia Loan Office Certificates.. II 226, 232 

Location of purchase advised by Hutchins.. Ill 103 

Meeting of, in Philadelphia IV 24 

Mention of I 207 

Military service of II 227 

Objects of II 224 

Organization of II , 80 ; IV 7 

Organization of, 1748 VII 20 

Origin of I 37 

Petitions Congress against removal of troops I 284 

Purchase of land by VI 203 

Results of purchase of II 42 

Rights to land established by X 112 

Scioto Associates joined with IV 11 

Second X 117, 416 

Sells site of Gallipolis Ill 59, 133 

"Services of, in defending frontier," Cutler I 283 

Settlement of II 156 

Surrenders interest in Scioto Company As- 
sociates Ill 129 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 411 

Vol. Pagf. 
Ohio Company, Validity of land sales made to Scioto As- 
sociates IV 26 

Ohio Company and Scioto Purchase, Beginning of IV 1 

Ohio Company's Office, View of II ^0 

Ohio Company's Purchase. A private contract I 3-i 

Confirmation of Ill 13J 

Cutler's and Sargent's letters concerning... Ill 138 

Map of Ill 121 

Ohio Company of Associates — 

Extent of purchase of Ill 119 

Map, showing purchase of Ill 117 

Negotiation of purchase of lands for Ill 115 

Organization of I, 20; III 115 

Purchase of I 5 

Reservations in purchase in ; Ill 120 

Ohio Day. Columbian Exposition IV 399 

Pan-American Exposition X 12! 

Ohio Educational Monthly. Mention of IX 251 

Notice of X 121 

Ohio Forts Ill 300 

Ohio-Indiana Boundary Line IV 127. 135 

Field notes of survey of IV 132 

Ohio-Indiana Boundary Commission, Society to publish re- 
port of IV 385 

"Ohio Indians , " Address on , Taylor VI 72 

Revolutionary War VI 13 

Ohio Land Company, Mention of Ill 3 

Ohio Mayflower X 419 

Ohio-Michigan Boundar\' dispute — 

Attorney General's opinion IV 211 

Boundary line of IV 12 1 

Commissioners efifect compromise IV . 21i) 

Conference Committee's report to Governor I\' 221 

Congress settles II. 344: I\' 227 

Court held in Toledo IV 224 

Orisis reached IV 2(i7 

Exercise of jurisdiction over disputed territory 1\ 2n5 

■ Extent of disputed territory IV 2im; 

Fatalities resulting from IV 220 

Federal intervention in IV 224 

Galloway on IV 199 

Governor orders re-survey IV 2n8 

Harris line established IV 2()(!, 21'] 



412 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Ohio-Michigan Boundary Dispute — Continued. Vol. Page: 

Influence of spoils system on IV 210 

Legislature establishes new counties IV 207 

Legislature in special session IV 220 

Major Stickney IV 218 

Map of disputed lines , IV 215 

Michigan militia called out IV 213 

Militia sent to Toledo IV 224 

Mitchell's map, cause of IV 204 

Ohio militia called oyt IV 213 

Ohio petitions Congress for decision IV 207 

Ohio prepares for war IV 220 

Ohio surveyors attacked IV 217 

Politics in IV 214 

President appoints Commissioners IV 215- 

President intercedes IV 214 

President orders survey of Fulton's line IV 207 

President removes Governor Mason IV 224 

Report of conference with President IV 221 

Settlement of IV 171 

Surveyor's report to Governor Lucas IV 217 

Ohio-Michigan War IV 166 

Ohio Monument at Columbian Exposition IV 382' 

Ohio-Pennsylvania Boundary line, re-survey of IV 127 

"Ohio Presidents" IX 531 

Ohio Purchase II 272 

"Ohio Railroads," Kayler IX 189 

Ohio Rangers VI 165 

Ohio River, Absence of Indians on VI 82 

Boats on VI 242 

Common highway V 61 

Early commerce on I 297 

Early description of Ill 83 

Early packet boats on Ill 104 

Franklin suggests colony on I 212 

Indians place boundary at IX 216 

Mounds along V 214 

Proposed boundary between whites and 

Indians VI 206 

Ships on Ill 105 

Ohio Rivers, Early navigation on VII 15 

Ohio State Journal, Mention of I 371 

Ohio State University, Mention of IV 400 

Specimens from collection of V 247 

Ohio University I 106 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 413 



Ohio University, Early account of 

Establishment of 

McGuffey, President of 

Mention of 

Ohio Valley during the Revolution 

Early travellers of 

Explorations in 

French claims in IV, 99 ; 

French-English dispute on 

French publications concerning 

Importance of 

Indians during Revolution, in 

Literary periodicals of 

Strategic base ." 

Under American flag 

Washington's ambitions for 

Washington's intention to locate in 

'Ohio vs. U. S 

Ohio-Virginia Boundary — 

Analagous to Kentucky-Indiana Line 

Effect of "Compromise" on 

Vinton's argument and part in 

■"Ohio Boundary or the Erie War" 

"Ohio, first child of the Northwest" 

"Ohio in early history and during the Revolution," Randall. . 

"Ohio when it became a State," Sloane 

■"Ohio's birth struggle," McClintock 

"Ohio's Congressmen during the War," Galloway responds 

to 

"Ohio," Battleship 

"Olden Times," Publication of 

"Old Buckeye State," Mrs. McNeil sings 

Old Chillicothe 

Location of 

Tecumseh's home at 

"Old Green Fort," Painting of 

"Old Ohio Arch3eological Societty," Address Brinkerhoff. .. 

Old Town 

Olentangy, Battle of 

Franklinton located at mouth of 

Kilbourne locates lands on 

Naming of ' 

Oliver, Robert, President of Territorial Council 

■"Opening Scenes of the Rebellion," Donavin 



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Page 


Ill 


94 


I 


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\T 


107 


III 


1G4 


X 


409 


I. 


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IV 


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XI 


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I 


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IX 


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Oratory , Indian 

Ordinance , 1784 , Inoperative : 

Ordinance of 1787.. I, 10; III, 134; V, 50, 3-27; X; IIG, 417; 

Articles of compact of 

Bancroft's opinion of 

Committee to formulate 

Contemporaneous with Ohio Company.... 
II, 80; 

Cutler's part in 

Decisions referring to 

Enactment of 

Establishment of 

Exponent of Constitution of 

Fugitive Slaves, on 

Great principles of II, 36; 

Hoar's tribute to 

Influence of, on U. S. Constitution 

Jefferson's influence on 

Legislative representation, on 

Liberties given by 

Michigan demands admission under 

New England influence on 

Ohio Company's influence on 

Opportune for safety of government 

Passage I , G ; II , 81 ; 

Population for State required by 

Preparatory steps to VIII 

Provides for erection of States 

Provides concerning Indians 

Provides for judiciary 

Sherman , John , on 

State boundary lines, on II, 196: 

Summary of 

Virginia asked for land cession 

Virginia's influence on 

Vital principles of 

Webster's opinion of 

Oregonia , Description of Stone Graves at , 

Skeleton from 

Ornament from Ft. Ancient IV Front 17 

Ornaments found in mounds XI 137 

Orton, Edward, Address to Society VII 285 

Ancestry of VIII 409 

As citizen VIII 424 



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Vol. Paci- 

Orton, Edward, Biography of Lesquereux, by IV -JT^* 

Boyhood days of VIII \V\ 

Called to Ohio VIII 4J1 

College days of VIII 4ia 

Connection of. with Society VIII \W 

Death of ! VIII l-'U 

Defends his "heterodoxy" VIII 41f< 

Dr. Bascom's opinion of VIII 4-J6 

Dr. Hastings' opinion of VIII 425 

Literary ability of • VIII 424 

Memorial address to VIII 409 

Mention of I \\ 400 ; V '.VIO 

Orthodoxy qnestioned VIII 417 

Pedagogical ideas of VIII 422 

Portrait of VIII 409 

Preglacial Valley of Paint Creek I 183 

Relations with Horace Mann VIII 420 

Religious opinions of VIII 427 

Responds to toast "Early Geologists of 

Ohio" IV 489 

Scientific work of VIII 421 

Sketch of IV 409 

Society addressed by, 1898 VI 448 

Theological studies of VIII 415 

Orton Hall, Founding of IV 400 

Mention of IV 402 

Museum in V 288 

Society quartered in IV, 420; VIII 364 

Society's collections in V 255 

View of VIII 331 

Osgood. Mr., Government Northwest Territory, opinion on I 23 

Ottawa County, Earthworks in. number of VII 193 

Prehistoric remains in V 272 

Ottawa Indians. Ohio, in \'I 77 

Treaty at Ft. Harmar \'I 204 

"Our Jewels," Origin of IX 151 

"Our Society ." Rickly responds to toast to IV 437 

Outlawry, Indian penalty for VI 86 

Outhwaite, Joseph H., Sketch of IV 470 

"Owenites" VIII 83 

Overman, H. W., "Fort Hill" I 260 

Oviatt, Heman, Continental Army, in I 1 

Mention of IX 323 

Sketch of IX 368 



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^'Oxford, Ancient work near," McFarland I 265 

Map of earthworks at I 266 

Oxford University Ill, 196; VI 39 

., P 

Packet lines VI 241 

Paine, Gen. Edward, Biographical Sketch of X 369 

Lake County pioneer X 364 

Monument to X 362 

Painesville, Monument to Gen. Paine at X 361 

Settlement of X 370 

Paint Creek Ill 108 

Earthworks on . . .'. I, 344; VII 152 

Pre-glacial valley of I 183 

Painted Skeletons, Mills, W. C XI 243 

Paintings, Ohio, Columbian Exposition, at IV 397 

Painters, Andrews, E. F VI 304 

McDonald, James Wilson VI 304 

Palaeolithic implements. Miss Babbitt discovers I 179 

Where found I 177 

Palaeolithic man, Fowke on XI 149 

Ohio, in ..' V 284 

Palatinate, Cause of emigration from II 56 

Palmer, Andrew, Writes to Gov. Lucas on Ohio and Michi- 
gan dispute IV 208 

Pamphlet, Franklin's, Influence of I 216 

Pan-American Exposition — 

Hanna's address at X 141 

Luncheon party at X 43 

Nash's address at X 127 

Ohio Building at X 123, 124 

Ohio Day at X 123 

Public ceremonies on Ohio Day at X 125 

Society at IX 395 

Society's exhibit at XI 87 

Panhandle, Construction of ■ VI 244 

Panic, Financial, of 1819 VI 215 

in New York, 1790 Ill 132 

Papantha , Pyramid of I 323 

Paper, "Aboriginal History of Butler County" I 64 

"Blennerhassett," Randall I 127 

"Early modes of travel from east to Mississippi 

Valley," Venable I 295 

"From Charter to Constitution," Ryan V vii 



Index for Volumes I to XL 417 



Paper, "Modern customs of savage origin," Hart 

"Moravian Massacre," Farrar 

"Ordinance of 1787" 

"Pioneer physicians of Muskingum Valley," Brush 
"Pyramids and buried cities in the land of the Mon- 

tezumas , " Ward 

"Salmon P. Chase," Townshend 

"State Bank of Ohio," Janney 

Paris, description of Revolution in 

Paris Treaty of 1763, Stipulations of 

Paris Treaty of 1783 

Mention of 

Parker, Theodore 

Parkersburg, Mention of 

Parkman , Francis 

Bouquet's expedition described by VIII 

Parliamentary Government, Growth of 

Parliament, Catholics disfranchised by 

Quebec Act passed by 

Western land policy defended by 

Parrott, Col. Chas., Sketch of IV, 470; 

Parsons, Geo. M. , Mention of . 

Parsons, Gen. Samuel H. , Account of 

Agent of Ohio Company 

Mention of 

Ohio Company of Associates, in 
Parsons, Mira Clarke, "John Fitch, inventor of steam- 
boats," by VIII, 397; 

Parton, Mention of 

Patent Office , Building for 

Pathfinders, Progress of, in Ohio 

"Pathfinders of Jefferson County," Hunter VI, 95; 

Addenda to 

Patterson , S. L. , Portrait of 

Patton, A. G., Sketch of 

Paulding County, Earthworks in, number of VII 

Prehistoric remains in 

Peabody Museum, Explorations for 

Extracts from reports of, on Harness 

Mound 

Serpent Mound purchased by 

Trustees of 

Peace Conference meets at Washington 

Vinton a member of 

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Peaslee, John B., Address, "Ohio" I 91 

Sketch of IV 471 

Suggests Centennial celebration in 

schools I 337 

Requested to prepare pamphlet I 94 

Peat bogs, Lesquereux' study on IV 285 

Peccary, Remains of X 91 

Peck, Rev. John Mason, Illinois sketches by I 240 

Peck, Rev. T. M. , Illinois history by I 242 

Peet, Stephen D., Fowke's book criticised by XI 139 

Pelham, Richard W., Sketch of IX 88 

Pendleton, Geo. H., defeated for Governor IV 349 

Mention of IV 447 

Pennsylvania, Commercial advantages of Ill 100 

Constitution of, St. Clair's objection to II 192 

Documentary history of Ill 273 

Emigration from, to Ohio VI 102 

: ' First Constitution of II 189 

Historical documents preserved in II 427 

Land claims of II 475 

Ohio , boundary line IV 6 

Scotch-Irish in VI 101 

Virginia's limits, within IV 98 

Penn, William, Land grants to X 249 

Pentecost, Dorsey, Letters of, concerning Moravian Mas- 
sacre Ill 283 

Percival, Mention of II 441 

Periodicals, Literary of Ohio Valley, List of I 201 

Notices of II 580 

Perkins , Conveys Burr to j ail I 156 

Perkins, Henry Bishop, Sketch and portrait of XI 164 

Perry County, Bibliography of earthworks in I 274 

Earthworks in V 169 

Earthworks in, number of VII 174 

Effigy mounds in V 174 

Explorations of mounds in VII 138 

Field work in V 169 

Flint implements found in V 233 

Hematite objects found V 236 

History of XI 257 

Mounds in VII 166 

Noted men of XI 257 

Prehistoric remains in V 265 

* Stone Fort in V 175 



Index for J\^litmcs I to XI. 419 

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Perry, Oliver H., Battle of Lake Erie Ill, 311; X 38 

Cannonballs used by VI 30'3 

Victory of II lo!) 

Perry's Victory, Burial of soldiers of '. . . IX 249 

Perry's Willow, View of IX 248 

Peruvians , Origin of VI 60 

Pequot War, Account of XI 3 

Pestles, Picture of V 244 

Peters, Bernard, Marietta Centennial Address II 55 

Petitioners for bounty lands .* I 38, 30 

Petroleiim, Jefferson County, in VIII 203 

Phelps, Col., ruins home of Blennerhassett I 154 

Philanthropist, The I 114 

Philips, Wendell, Quotation from II 104 

Photography , Pioneer in VI 300 

Physicians , C'hillicothe , First at X 178 

Marietta, at Ill 241 

Pioneer, of Muskingum Valley ' III 241 

Zanesville, at Ill 252 

Dr. Daniel Bliss Ill 255 

Dr. Increase Matthews Ill 251 

Dr. Jabez True Ill 242 

Dr. Jesse Chandler Ill 254 

Dr. John Baptiste Regnier Ill 248 

Dr. Josiah Hart Ill 247 

Dr. Nathan Mcintosh Ill 245 

Dr. Nathan Webb Ill 25S 

Dr. Robert Mitchell Ill 256 

Dr. Samuel Augustus Barker Ill 256 

Dr. Samuel Hildreth Ill 241 

Dr. Samuel Martin Ill 257 

Dr. Solomon Drown Ill 242 

Dr. Thomas Farley HI 241 

Dr. William B. Leonard Ill 247 

Dr. William Pitt Putnam Ill 246 

Dr. Ziba Adams Ill 256 

Piatt, John J., "Hesperian Tree." by IX 533 

Pickaway County — 

Archseologic work in V 258 

Bibliography of, earthworks in I 274 

Earthworks in, number of VII li2 

Exploration of mounds in VII 111 

Dunmore campaign in XI 179 



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Pickaway County — Continued. 

Prehistoric remains in . 

"The haunted" mound in 

Pickaway Plains, Dunmore's camps on 

Dunmore's treaty on 

Pickawillany Fort 

Pickering, Col. Timothy, Mention of 

Plan of, to exclude slavery from 

Ohio Valley " I 19 

Revolutionary troops, condition 

of I 17 

■ Pickets, Use of, by Mound Builders I 268 

Pictographs of Muskingum Valley V 200 

Pidgin, Chas. F., "Blennerhassett, — A Romance" X 390 

Pike County, Bibliography of earthworks in I 275 

Earthworks in, number of VII 178 

Exploration of mounds in VII 155 

Prehistoric remains in V 265 

Pilgrim Fathers , Reference to Ill 196 

Pilgrims, Mention of IV 29G 

Migration of Ill 180 

Pillery , Provision for Ill 147 

Pioneer Amusements I 247 

Pioneer Association, Washington County II 1 

Wyandot County erects monument to 

Crawford VI 33 

"Pioneer Author to Pioneer Editor," Venable I 255 

Pioneer Cabin X, 175, 176; XT 259 

Pioneer Day at Steubenville Centennial VI 344 

Pioneer days IX 321 , 323 

Licking County in I 244 

"Pioneer Days in Central Ohio," Address, Curtis I 243 

Pioneer department. Marietta Centennial II 245 

Pioneer and historical societies of Ohio, List of I 402 

Pioneer homes I 245 

"Pioneer Man" IX 352 

"Pioneer poet lawyer," Love X 305 

Pioneer Press of Kentucky II 575 

"Pioneer physicians of the Muskingum Valley," Brush Ill 241 

Pioneer Roads VII 177 

Pioneer, The, Poem to IX 331 

"Pioneer Woman of Ohio," Mrs. Brown responds to IV 445 

"Pioneer Women" IX 354 

Pioneer , Galloway , Jas . . . '. X 375 

Gurley, Rev. L. B X 21 



Index for Volumes I to XL 421 

Vol. Pack 

Pioneer, Paine, Edward X 364 

Jefferson County, Holmes, Jacob : VI It.iS 

McDonald , John VI 168 

Ross, Joseph VI 175 

Pioneers. Andrews' tribute to II 557 

Blockhouses of VI 185 

Character of I, -248; X, 9, 130, 424 

Churches of VI 25 1 

Church buildings of «, X 178 

Culture of I 249 

Dispossession of, in Seven Ranges VI 197 

Dress and habits of X 174 

Educational facilities of VI 245 

Experiences of, in Jefferson County VIII 164 

"Fire Lands," in X 221 

First arrival of IX 231 

Heroism of VI 69 

Indian depredations on VI 149 

Irreligion of, in Western Reserve VI 404 

Jefferson County, of VI 212 

Lessons learned from Ill 193 

Live stock among X 177 

Longevity of VI 157 

Methodist Circuit Riders among X 218 

Ministers of VI 254 

Nationality of, in Jefferson County VI 345 

National Road, route for IX 407 

Ohio, of X 132, 172 

Ohio of, military training of II 21 

Salary of ministers among X 190 

Transportation , Means of VI 241 

Travel of IX 85 

Tribute to VI 363 

Western Reserve , in VII 269 

Witchcraft among VI 285 

Pipe, Capt., In charge of Crawford VI 28 

Meets Col. Crawford VI 20 

Pipes, Clay, found in Adena Mound X 461 

Effigy X 475 

Frog and Bird V 252 

Indian II 546 

Prehistoric XI 247 

Prehistoric, Picture of V 242 



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Pipes, Slate V 251 

Turtle, Picture of V 248 

Piqua, Chillicothc at XI 230 

Piqua, Fort, Description of Ill 307 

Pitt, William, Mention of IV 339 

Sanctions Burr's schemes I 147 

Pittsburg, Col. Crawford commands at VI 10 

Commercial advantages of Ill 215 

Packet line to VI 242 

Piatt, Cyrus, Reads paper on Col. Kilbourne V 297 

Playfair, William, Associated with Scioto Purchase IV 15 

Connection with Scioto Associates Ill 12(3, 131 

Mention of Ill 191 

Plymouth Colony, Communism among VIII 3 

Plymouth Company, Charter to V vii, 4 

Poe, Adam, Mention of Ill 283 

Personal contest with Indian VI 176 

Scout, Account of VI 17G 

Poe, Andrew, Account of VI 177 

Poe, Adam and Andrew, Indian episodes of VI 402 

Poes, Indian fighters VII 77 

Poetry, "Dred Scott" X 36 

"Era" X 23 

"Fort Ancient," Hopper V iv 

"Girty's Island , " Love XI 155 

Gurley's X 22 

"In Memoriam," Wm. McKinley X 385^ 

■'John Gray," Washington's last soldier II 219 

"Johnny Appleseed," Child IX 317 

"Launching the Ship" X 46 

"Miami Woods," Selection from II 324 

"Mocking Bird," Halleck VI 309 

"New England," Quotation from IV 267 

"New Years' Night," Planner VI 308 

"Northwest Territory" X 170 

"Old Era" X 368 

"Sandusky Plains" X 22' 

Sepulcher mounds , on X 71 

"The Brown Thrush" II 322 

"The Deserted Isle," Mrs. Blennerhassett I 162' 

"The Forest Rangers," Review of X 306 

"The Northwest," Love XI 155 

"The Pioneers , " Shaw IX 331 

"Triumph of Liberty," Marietta Centennial II 216: 



Index for J\^lii))ics I to XL 423 

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Point Pleasant, Battle of.. VI, 74, 130; VII, 53. 247, 350; 

X, 113, 408; XI, 93, 104, 180 

Cornstalk's monument at IX 24 

Description of battle of XI 183 

Diagram of battle ground of XI 182 

Influence of battle of XI 100 

Lewis' army camps at XI 178 

Result of battle of XI 186 

Revolutionary soldiers trained in battle of. XI 187 

Treachery connected with battle of VI 128 

Pokagon, Leopold and Simon, Sketch of XI 1, 17 

Pokagon, Simon. Columbian Exposition, at XI 17, 2& 

Monument to XI 27 

Portrait of XI 21 

Sketch of XI 20 

"Queen of the Woods," by XI 26' 

Political opinions, St. Clair's II 192 

Political Parties of Northwest Territory II 187 

Politics, Admission of Ohio, in, XI 48 

Early, in Ohio II 414 

Formation of Ohio, in V 344 

Growth of II 110 

Influence of, on Ohio's admission II 194 

Northwest Territory in II, 193, XI 48, 53 

Warren County XI 206 

"Politics, women as a factor in" IV 441 

Polk, James K.. Administration of IV 253 

"Pomp" IV 323 

Pontiac, Conference with Major Roberts in Lake Co X 363 

Conspiracy of II. 401 ; VII, 42 ; IX, 2; X 111 

Mention of V, 193 VI 78 

Poole, Dr. Wm. R, Mention of 1 289 

Pool, Harwood R.. Sketch of IV 472 

Pope, General, Defeat of IV 271 

"Popular errors in regard to Mound Builders and Indians," 

Fowke 11 380 

Population, Decennial growth of, in Ohio II 169 

Early growth of II 169 

Pork packing, Jeff'erson County, in VI 284 

Portage County, Bibliography of earthworks in I 275 

Earthworks in, number of VII 198 

Erection of VI 217 

Prehistoric remains in V 273 

Portage Path, Summit County, Map of VII 291 



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Portages, Muskingum-Cuyahoga Ill 101 

Ohio, in VII 23 

Port Bill, Passage of XI 174 

Porteus Mound, Coshocton at, View of V 193, 194 

Description of V 192 

Port Miami, Mention of IV 219 

Portrait, Andrews, Israel W II 253 

Portraits presented to Society X 92 

Portsmouth, Earthworks at I, 345 ; VI 438 

Freemasons of, Donations to Society I 376 

View of Mounds and village site at Feurt Farm V 217 

Portugal, American claims of IV 88 

Discoveries of II 354 

Portugese, Maritime exploits of I 168 

Rights of discovery of II 354 

Postage, Reduction of IV 249 

Post, Christian Frederick, Moravian missionary VII 48, 319 

Post-office, established at Worthington IV 39 

Pottowatomies in Treaty at Fort Harmar VI 204 

"Prairie Schooners" IX 465 

Preglacial bed of Rocky River I 182 

Preglacial drainage I 181 

Butler County, of I 267 

Highland County, of I 263 

Preglacial evidences in Butler County I 64 

Preglacial gorge. Paint Creek I 182 

"Preglacial man in Ohio," G. F. Wright I 257 

Preglacial wood I 180 

Prehistoric, Meaning of VI 454 

"Prehistoric Bill of Fare" IX 531 

"Prehistoric earthworks of Richland County," Baughman. . X 67 

Prehistoric races. Burials of XI 246 

Culture of IV, 374; V 265 

Occupations of IV 372 

Ohio, in X 395 

Scioto, on VI 59 

Stone graves of IX 193 

Prehistoric remains in — 

Adams County V 265 

Allen County V 272 

Ashland County V 267 

Ashtabula County V 271 

Athens County V 266 

Auglaize County '. V 272 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 



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Prehistoric remains in — Continued. 

Belmont County . . . . 

Brown County 

Butler County 

Carroll County 

Champaign County 

Clarke County 

Clermont County 

Clinton County 

Columbiana County 

Coshocton County 

Crawford County 

■Cuyahoga County 

Darke County 

Defiance County 

Delaware County 

Erie County 

Fairfield County 

Fayette County 

Franklin County 

Fulton County 

Gallia County 

Geauga County 

Greene County 

Guernsey County 

Hamilton County 

Hancock County 

Hardin County 

Harrison County 

Henry County 

Highland County 

Hocking County 

Holmes County 

Huron County 

Jackson County 

Jefferson County 

Knox County 

Lake County , • 

Lawrence County 

Licking County 

Logan County 

Lorain County 

Lucas County 

Madison County 

Mahoning County 



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Prehistoric remains in — Continued. Vol. 

Marion County V 

Medina County ; V 

Meigs County V 

Mercer County V 

Miami County V 

Monroe County V 

Montgomery County V 

Morgan County V 

Morrow County V 

Muskingum County V 

Noble County V 

Ohio V 

Table of V 

Ottawa County V 

Paulding County V 

Perry County V 

Pickaway County V 

Pike County V 

Portage County V 

Preble County V 

Putnam County V 

Richland County V 

Sandusky County V 

Scioto County V 

Seneca County V 

Shelby County V 

Stark County V 

Summit County V 

Trumbull County V 

Tuscarawas County V 

Union County V 

Van Wert County V 

Vinton County V 

Warren County V 

Washington County V 

Wayne County V 

Williams County '. V 

Wood County V 

Wyandot County V 

"Prehistoric remains in Northwestern Ohio," Hart I 

Prehistoric tribes, Relics of V 

Prehistoric works at Bourneville VII 

Pre-Revolutionary events XI 

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Index for Wihiuics I to XL 427 

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Preble County. Earthworks in, number of VII 196 

Prehistoric remains in V 272 

Prentice, Geo. D I 364: 

Attack of. on Gallagher II 314 

Presbyterian Churcli, Columbus. Mention of IV 305 

Dr. Moore's ministry in VIII 475 

First at Cincinnati II 163 

Gallipolis Centennial, exercises at.... Ill 16 

Jefferson County, in VIII 201, 205 

Presbyterians, Convictions of Ill 216 

First church of VI 100, 253 

Jefferson County . . .• VI, 254, 259 ; VIII 229 

Love of liberty of Ill 217 

Moral result of immigration of Ill 214 

Motives for coming to Ohio Ill 213 

Ordained minister, first in Ohio VI 25& 

Preparatory influences of Ill 212^ 

Promulgators of Declaration of Independence VI 104 

Puritans destroy Church of VI 403- 

Scotch Irish VI 110 

Second church of, in Ohio VI 254 

Statistics of in Northwest Territory VIII 456 

Steubenville, in VI^ 26a 

Stand for law and order Ill 217 

Story of church at Springdale XI 261 

Connection with "Underground R. R." VI 61 

"Presbyterians of Ohio," Sermon, Scovel Ill 211 

Presidential Election, 1804 I \^9 

Presidency, Webster quoted on IV 232^ 

Presidents from Ohio IX 531 

Press, Influence of II 108 

"Primitive Industry." notice of book on. Abbott I 10& 

Primogeniture II 22 

Law of II 154 

Prince, Benj F., "Springfield Centennial" XI 262 

Prince Henry, Maritime discoveries of II 354 

Princeton College, First President of 1 137 

Proclamation, Jefferson's, ordering arrest of Burr I 151 

King George's 1763. opinions on I 208, 210 

Proctor, Gen., Attacks Ft. Meigs Ill 31 

Attacks Ft. Stevenson Ill 310 

Tecumseh aids VII 101 

War of 1812, in X 323, 32ff 

Prophet, The, Confederacy of X 318 



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Prophet, The, Harrison attacked by VII 93 

Protestant Episcopal Church — 

First in Ohio VIII 154 

Jefferson County, in VI, 261 ; VIII 199 

Statistics of, in Northwest Territory VIII 456 

Prussia, Advance of Ill 38 

PubHcations of Society XI 77 

Contents Vol. 1 VI > 

Vol. 2 VI XI 

Vol. 3 VI xii 

Vol. 4 VI xii 

Vol 5 VI xiii 

Public lands. Morrow's service for II 199 

Ohio, Randolph's report on V 159 

Vinton's connection with IV 240 

"Public Policy," Notice of IX 382 

Puget Sound, Explorations of XI 11 

Puritans, Education II 23 

Influence of 1. 23 ; II, 20, 129 ; III, 38 ; VI 95, 374 

Presbyterian Church destroyed by VI 403 

Religious influence of II 23 

Spirit of II 130 

Western Reserve, in VI 218, 404 

Put-in-Bay, Burial place of soldiers, Battle of Lake Erie. .. X 45 

Putnam County, Earthworks in, number of VII 201 

Prehistoric remains in V 273 

Putnam, Douglas, Sketch of IV 472 

Putnam, Dr. William Pitt, Account of Ill 246 

Putnam, Frederick W. — 

Appeal .of, for preservation of earthworks I 59 

Archaeological research of VI 443 

Field work of, in Scioto Valley V 222 

Letter of, concerning Ohio Archaeology I 55 

Mention of IX 246 

Methods of Archaeological research in America I 61 

Mound excavations by IV 375 

Quoted on "Indian Dog" X 82 

Serpent Mound explored by X 226 

"Serpent Mound Saved" I 187 

Society addressed by • II 338 

Putnam, Gen. Rufus — 

Aid organization of Ohio Company II 153 

Appointed land surveyor II 35 

Appointed to prepare for French emigrants IV 20 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 42^ 

Putnam, General Rufus — Continued. 

Embassador to Indians 

Emphasizes claim of Continental officers 

Frontier defended by 

Hoar's tribute to 

Letter of, to Major Burnham 

Letter of to Rev. Manly 

Map of Ohio by 

Member first Continental Convention 

Mention of 1, 138 ; II, 225 ; III, 40, 47, 252 

Military account book of ? 

Military record of 

Military service of, in Ohio 

Moravian Indian lands surveyed by 

Ohio Company of Associates, in 

Ohio Company proposed by 

Organizes Association to purchase land 

Organizes Ohio Company 

Peace messenger to Indians 

Petitions for Bounty lands 1, 19 

" Commodore Whipple 

Lands in Ohio 

" Ohio Company 

Portrait of 

Relations with Washington 

Seeks relief for indigent soldiers 

Treaty with Indians on Wabash 

"Pyramids and Buried Cities in the land of the Montezu- 

mas," Ward i 

Pythagoras, Views of, concerning earth 

o 

Quadaloupe preferred to Canada by England I 213 

Quakers, Connection of, with Abolition IV 57 

Connection of, with "Undergroud R. R." IV 61 

Factional differences of, in Jefiferson County VIII 189 

Jefferson County VI 214, 218 

Ohio, in 

Persecution of Shakers by 

Slaveholders , 

Stanton descendant of 

Quarterly, Historical Value of 

Scope of (See Publications of Society) 

Quebec. Battle of VIII, 375 



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Quebec, Boundaries of in 1763 

Mention of 

Result of Battle of II, 91 ; VIII, 260 ; 

Quebec Act I, 225 ; 

Land Grants affiected by 

Result of 

Revolution renders null 

Quebec Bill 

QuetzalcoatI 

Quick Mound, Loudonville, view of 



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R 

Railroads, Ohio [X 189 

First in Ohio IV, 300; IX, 189; X 187 

First train on, in Ohio IX 190 

Panhandle, Construction of VI 244 

Pioneer method of building IX 189 

Progress in IX 192 

Statistics of, in Ohio IX 191 

"Underground," in Ohio IV 44 

"Railroads and telegraphs in Ohio," Wright responds to 

toast to V 303 

Raccoon, Effigy of, in Adena Mound X 474 

Raisin, Indian massacre of X 322 

Raleigh, Walter, Discoveries of II 366 

Randall , E. O IV Preface 

Acknowledges services rendered V 320 

Annual report of, 1895 V 279 

Annual report of, 1902 XI 71 

Archaeological agitation XI 160 

"Blennerhassett again" X 390 

"Boers in Ohio" IX 139 

"Bonaparte almost a Buckeye" X 494 

Curators report to, 1894 IV 421 

"Dewey in Ohio" IX 137* 

"Down historic water ways" X 497 

"Dunmore War" XI 167 

Eclectic Medical Institute, Review of XI 262 

Editorial note of IV. 198, 231, 292, 338 

Editorial on a Pocketbook of Appleseed 

Johnny XI 256 

Editorials by IX 243 

Elected Secretary of Society IV 427 



Index for Volumes I to XL 431 

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Randall, E. O., "Fort St. Clair" XI 161 

"Fort Washington" XI 166 

"Great Seal of Ohio" X 392 

Harper's Monthly and Serpent Mound X 393 

"Hinsdale , B. A." IX 378 

Historical Societies visited by 1X243,399 

Historical studies X 388 

"History of Harrison County" IX 529 

"History of Lebanon," Editorial on XI 261 

"History of Madison Township," Review of XI 259 

"History of Perry County," Review of.... XI 257 

"Israel Williams" X 249 

Itinerary of XI 78 

"Johnny Appleseed" IX 313 

"John Brown" IX 375 

John Sherman IX 372 

"Land Bill Allen" X 98 

Mention of IV 334 

N. Y. Historical Association, Review of 

publications of XI 263 

"Ohio in early history and during the Revo- 
lution" X 395 

"Ohio's part in American Revolution" XI 102 

Paper, "Blennerhassett" I 127 

Perkins, Henry Bishop XI 164 

"Pioneers of Fairfield County" X 394 

Preface by V; VI i 

Quarterly. Plan of publication of XI 256 

"Recollections of a Life Time," Review of.. IX 147 

"Records of the Past" X 497 

Remarks of, at Society's Banquet V 302 

"Scotch-Irish in America" X 496 

"Separatists' Society of Zoar" VIII 1 

"Sign of the Prophet" X 389 

Sketch of I, 1: IV 472 

"Slavery and four years of War," Review of IX 152 

"Soldiers in the American Revolution" X 250 

Springfield Centennial, Review of XI 262 

"Story of the Western Reserve" X 498 

"Story of a country church," Review of... XI 261 

"Tablet on Serpent Mound" X 492 

"Thwing's sketch of Ohio" IX 525 

Vatralsky's tribute to MacGahan IX 141 

"William McKinley" X 243 



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Randolph County, Organization of V 33-S 

Randolph, John, Howe visits home of II 458 

Mention of V xiii 

Reports on admission of Ohio and public 

lands V 159 

Slavery, on IV 269 

Ranney , Rufus P. , Ancestry of VI 101 

Rapid Transit, influence of XI 212 

Rarey, John S., Mention of XI' 259 

Ratification, Virginia, Act of V 60 

Ray, Joseph, Mathematician VI 107 

Mention of VIII 137 

Services of VI 43 

Rea, Dr. John, Pioneer Minister VI 214 

Read, M. C, "Archaeological Exhibit for Ohio Centennial." I 170 

Mention of I 332 

Rebellion, War of VI 376 

"Recollections of a Lifetime," Brinkerhoff, Review of IX 147 

Reconstruction Days X 344 

"Records of the Past," Review of X 497 

Reviews Fowke's Book XI 134 

Recovery, Fort, Description of Ill 30-S 

Re)d Jacket, Monument to IX, 20; XI 1 

Religious Oratory of IX 21 

Red Lion Tavern , Columbus IV 210 

Red Stone, Fort, Meeting place for emigrants VI 122 

Reefy, Mr., Palaeolithic implements owned by I 180 

Reeve, John C, Sketch of IV 473 

Reformation , Reference to Ill 212 

Reform Church, Jefferson County VIII 200 

Reformed dissenting presbytery VI 261 

Regnier, Dr. John Baptiste, Account of Ill 248 

Reid, Dr. A. M., Account of Fort Steuben by VI 190 

"Rejoicing in Divine Workmanship," Sermon, Lasher.... Ill 227 
"Relation of the Glacial Period to Archaeology of Ohio," 

Wright I 174 

"Relation of Society to O. S. U. ,"Canfield responds to toast 

to V 306 

Relics of ancient of Ohio tribes V 231 

Relics, Department of, at Marietta Centennial II 245 

Gallipolis Centennial, List of Ill 19 

Religion, First Constitution, in V 148 

Influence of II 119 

Influence of, in Northwest Territory II- 291 



Index for J'ohnucs I to XI. 438 

Vol. Page 

Religion, Influence of, in Puritan setllenients II V-V-i 

Indian inability for XI "Jlii 

Jefferson County , in VI 2^y2 

Liberty of II , 155; V 54 

Mound builders idea of II 384 

Necessity of V 55 

Persecutions for, Causes migration Ill \S2 

Progress of in Ohio II ITu 

Puritan II 23 

Recognition of, in Ohio governnietit II 01 

Shaker XI 'Ihi 

Shaker methods IX 71 

Sociological influence of II 113 

Solution to great problems. .^. II 117 

Structural foundation II 124 

Under second Virginia charter V 32 

Versus science II 122 

Western Reserve, in VII 27n 

Status of Pathfinders in VI 4n4 

Zoar Society VIII 13 

Religious history of the State, D. Moore I 94 

Religious revivals VIII 20(1 

Renegades , Indians use for decoys VI 205 

Intrigues of, against Moravians \^II 322 

Sandusky War, at VI 20 

"Report on the present condition of mounds and earthworks 

in Ohio," Wright I 341 

Report, Secretary's for 1885 I 292 

Republican Party, Early history of, in Ohio II 327 

Mention of I 368 

Organization of IV 270 

Republicans, Jeffersonian, Members, in Northwest Territory XI 54 

Reservations, Indian, in Ohio XI 254 

Resolutions, Erection of Ohio, for V 71 

Legislative, on Wayne's Treaty Centennial... IV 401 

On Centennial of 1888 I 378 

Thanks to Portsmouth Masons I 377 

Resolutions of Dunmore's soldiers at Ft. Gower...X. 409; XI 196 

Resolutions of, Society, on Graham IV 423 

Resolutions in Congress on Ohio Company of Associates 

Purchase HI 13(1 

Resolutions for Col. Crawford to command at Pittsburg. . . VI 10 

Revenues, War, Vinton on IV 254 

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Revivals, Great Kentucky 

Negroes , Among 

Shakers , among 

Revolt, Probable of Westerners 

Revolutionary officers, Petition of 

Revolutionary Society, First organization of 

Revolutionary Soldiers — 

Bounty land petitioned for, by 

Descendants of, in Jefferson County 

Jefferson County, in VI 218, 306 

Northwest Territory , in 

Ordinance of 1787 influenced by 

"Revolutionary Soldiers in the Valley of the Little Miami," 

Galloway X 

Revolution, American — 

Battle of Point Pleasant, influence on 

Battle of Point Pleasant trains soldiers for 

Beginning of, on Ohio soil 

Central West , in 

Clarke's expedition in 

Close of 

Completed on Ohio soil 

Condition of soldiers of 

Connecticut , in 

Crawford , Col. , in 

First battles of VI, 104; 

First steps toward 

Heckewelder's part in VII 

Last soldier of 

Number of soldiers in 

Ohio, in VI, 13, 130; X, 395, 407, 411, 415; 

Ohio Indians , in VII , 57 ; 

Ohio Valley, in X, 40&; 

Principles of 

Quebec Act , a cause of 

annulled by 

Result of, for the Indians 

Troops of. Account of condition 'of, Pickering 

paid in "finals" 

Wayne in 

West, The, in. Book on 

Woman's work in 

Revolution, European waves of 

French, Influence of 



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Index for Volumes I to XL 435 

Vol. Page 

Reynolds, John, "Pioneer history of Illinois," by I 240 

Rhode Island Historical Society IX 246 

Rice, Harvey, Educational influence of VI 44, 53 

Rice, Wm. H., "Rev. John Heckewelder" VII 314 

Rice, wild, Found on Lake Erie Ill 103 

Richland County, Bibliography of earthworks of I 276 

Delaware village in V 188 

Earthworks in X 67 

Earthworks in, number of VIII 193 

"Johnny Appleseed," in VI 291 

Prehistoric remains in V 271 

Richmond College VIII 194 

Rickey, J. M., "Witchcraft," on VI 286 

Rickly, Samuel S., Responds to "Our Society" IV 437 

Sketch of IV 473 

Rickoff, A. J., Teacher VI 52, 54 

Rifles, Long VIII 219 

"Right of Discovery," Claims vested in II 375, 376 

Kent, on II 368 

Marshall, on II 364, 367, 373 

Morals of II 376 

Roman Law, on II 365 

"The," Hinsdale II 349 

Riley, Jefferson County pioneer VI 183 

"Rio Grande College," Address, Davis Ill 164 

Rio Grande College Ill 164 

Rivers, Alaman Ill 108 

Boundary, Law of nations on IV 119 

State's concurrent jurisdiction on IV 80 

Statutes on IV 83 

Buffalo, Mention of Ill 100 

Cherokee, Mention of Ill 101 

Common highways V 56 

Crevecoeurs' description of Ohio Ill 98 

Cumberland, Mention of Ill 101 

Cuyahoga, Commercial advantages of Ill 107 

Early account of navigation in Ohio Ill 91 

Estimate of preglacial period from I 182 

Green, Mention of Ill 100 

Hockhocking, Early description of Ill 84 

Kanawha, Commercial advantages of Ill 103 

Legal status as boundaries IV 75 

Muskingum, Early description of Ill 84 

Ohio, Early description of Ill 83 



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Rivers, Ohio, Navigation of HI 102 

Paint Creek Ill 108 

Scioto, Early description of HI 85 

Shawnee, Mention of HI 101 

Susquehanna, character of HI 100 

Tennessee, Mention of Ill 101* 

Rives, on Slavery IV 269 

Rivington Royal Gazette I 14 

Roads, Alexandria to Marietta Ill 106 

Braddock's IX 209 

"Buffalo" I 295 

Congress provides for IX 282, 284 

Coxey's Movement for IX 160 

Early in Ohio VIII 246 

Indian cessions for XI 253 

Indian trails, on VIII . . 290 

I Jefferson County, in VI 243 

■; Northwest Territory, in, 1797 VI 97 

• Provision for V 74, 79, 161 

"Wilderness" I 295 

Robbins, Rev. Thomas, Missionary to Western Reserve.... VI 45 

Roberts, Ellis H., "New York," Book notice of I 109 

Roberts, Rev. R. R. View of Cabin of X 176 

Robinson, Emily, Portrait of X 303 

Rock crystal. Aboriginal use of II 522 

Rocky River, Preglacial bed of I 182 

Rogers, Robert, Journal of II 575 

Rome, Ohio. View from Stout Mounds, at V 215 

Roosevelt, Theodore, "Winning of the West" VI 384 

Rosecrans, Mention of XI 238 

Rosenthal, Baron, Portrait of VI 25 

Sandusky War, in VI 25 

Ross County, Bibligraphy of earthworks in I 276 

Chillicothe in XI 230, 231 

Earthworks in IV, 375 ; VI, 439 ; VIII 342 

" number of VII 171 

Editor McDonald, in I 255 

Establishment of I 309 

Evolution of V 337 

Members of first Constitutional Convention 

from V 81 

Mound explorations in VII 144 

Naming of VI 211 

Original boundary of V 337 



Ind€.v for Volumes I to XI. 437 

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Ross Count}', Prehistoric burials in XI 246 

remains in V, 263 ; VIII 336 

Tumuli, in V 219 

Ross, James, Portrait of VI 211 

Ross County named for VI 211 

Steubenville founded by VI 210 

Ross, Joseph, Jefferson County, scout VI 175 

Rosseau, Mention of I 128 

Routes, Early, of travel in Ohio Ill 88 

Navigation, in Ohio .* Ill 101 

Scioto — Sandusky Ill So 

Rumsey discovers method of propelling boats Ill 102 

Rush, Richard, Commissioner O. and Mich, dispute IV 215 

Rusk, Jeremiah, Tribute to II 128 

Russell Family, Sketch of IX 84 

Russell, Ralph. Sketch of IX 85 

Russia, Slaves, emancipated in Ill 35 

Ryan, Daniel J. - — 

"Arbitration between capital and labor," notice of II 437 

"From Charter to Constitution" V i 

"History of Ohio," notice of II 437 

Historical writings of V Preface 

Nullification in Ohio II 413 

Plan for increased interest in Society VII 282 

Responds to "Early politics and politicians in Ohio,". . . V 308 

"Scioto Company and French Grant," address Ill 14 

"Scioto Company and its Purchase" Ill 109 

s 

Sabbath, Laws on observance of Ill 146 

Sachem, Duties of VI 84 

Sacrificial Stone, Mexican I 327 

Safford, Wm. H., Address, Gallipolis Centennial Ill 14 

"An outing on the Congo" VII 349 

Burr's voyage on Mississippi described by I 155 

Madame Blennerhassett described by.... I 134 

"Sale of the Western Reserve," Hinsdale II 475 

Salem, Members of the mission of Ill 299 

Moravian settlement at Ill 107 

Salt Boilers VI 213 

Salt Kettles, First in Ohio II 240 

Saltlicks, Jackson County XI 165 

Salt, Manufacture of, Jefferson County VI. 233: VIII 203,211 



438 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Salt Springs, Ohio Company's Purchase, in 

Reservation of Ill, 101, 120 ; 

"Salt Spring Tract," Sale of in Western Reserve 

Sanborn, Frank, "Ohio researches in Archseology 

Society addressed by 

Sandusky, First Teachers' Institute at 

Indians at 

Mention of 

Moravian missions removed to 

Sandusky County, Earthworks in, number of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Sandusky Expedition, Crawford's 

Failure of 

Mention of 

Pennsylvania pays losses of 

Sandusky, Fort, Description of 

Sandusky Indians, Expedition against 

Sandusky Plains, Battle on 

"Sandusky Plains," Poem 

Sandusky River, Ft. Ball on 

Ft. Seneca on 

Ft. Stevenson on 

Indians cede land on 

Sandusky Valley, Description of 

Indians of Ill, 175; 

Pioneer days in 

War of 1812, in 

Sandusky War. De Rosenthal, Baron, in 

Losses at 

Retreat in 

Sanitary commission, Sessions, Member of 

Sappington, John, Connection of, with Logan affair 

Saracens cultivate geography 

Sargent, Winthrop, Letter of, concerning Ohio Company. . . 

Mention of 

Ohio Company of Associates, in 

Saugrain, Dr 

Saxe- Weimar, Duke of, Pays tribute to Morrow 

Say, Lord, Mention of 

"S" Bridge, Pa., View of 

Scenery, Ohio Artists inspired by 

Scepticism, Cause of 

Schenck, Robert C. Reference to 

Schoenbrun, Moravian settlement at 



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VII 


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Index for Volumes I to XL 439 



Schofield, Levi T., Designer of "My Jewels" 

School funds. Connecticut II, 480 ; 

State provides 

School Lands, Early management of 

Irreducible, origin of II , 482 ; 

Title vested in legislature 

Western Reserve 

''School Party" 

School System, Growth of 

Ohio, originators of VIII 

Schools, Akron Law for , 

Andrews' Influence on 

Bartley,. Mordecai, encourages 

Celebration of Columbia Day 

Cleveland, Early 

Condition of Ohio, in 1845 

Congress provides for, in Ohio IX, 284, 285, 286, 287 

Constitutional provisions for 

Cotton Mather quoted concerning 

Early account of, in Ohio 

Early provisions for, in Ohio 

Encouragement of 

Endowments for 

Female Seminary, first, in Ohio 

First, in Lebanon 

Friends erect in Steubenville 

Galloway's influence on 

Influence of IL 108; 

Origin of irreducible fund for II, 482; 

Jefferson County... VI, 246, 250; VIII, 152, 154, 157, 207, 212, 

Lands for, entrusted to Legislature 

Lands for. sold 

Laws for 

Legislature provides for 

Marietta II , 257. 29: 

New Athens, College organized at 

Progress of 

Prominent, Atwood Institute, founding of 

Bethany College 

Cannonsburg College 

Capital University, Mention of .... 

De Pauw University 

Gallia Academy 

Garret Biblical Institute 

Kenyon College, Mention of 



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Schools, Prominent, Marietta College, Mention of IV 304 

Normal at Kirtland VI 49 

Northwestern University Ill 205 

Oberlin College, Mention of IV 304 

Ohio State University, Mention of . . . . IV 400 

Ohio University, Mention of IV 325 

Ohio Wesleyan University Ill 205 

Rio Grande College Ill 164 

Tennant's College VI 245 

Wilberforce University, Mention of. . IV 304 

Yale College, Mention of IV 315 

Public, Founding of, in Ohio VI 108 

Growth of Ill 38 

Influence of, on Ohio II 135 

Reservation of lands for.. Ill, 113, 120; IV, 10, 

11, 36; V, 73, 77, 155; VI 36 

Reservation of lands for, Ohio Purchase, in Ill 106 

Reservation of lands for Symmes Purchase, in.... V79, 156 

Rural ,' Centralization of VI 56 

Decline of VI 55 

Scotch-Irish interest in VI 102, 107 

Section 16, for VI 251 

Shakers , among X 261 

Steubenville, in V 1248, 251 

Western Reserve , in VI 45 , 46 

Worthington , at IV 39 

Worthington College established IV 41 

Zoar Society maintains VIII 44 

Schouler, Quoted on Vinton IV 253 

Schuller , Dr. John B. , Sketch of IV 474 

Schultz, Christian, Book on Western Travel, by I 237 

Commercial possibilities of Ohio River discussed 

by I 296 

Niagara Falls, visited by I 296 

Schurz, Carl, "Life of Henry Clay," Notice of I 110 

Mention of II 56 

Science, Advance in II 106 

Investigations in II 122 

Macaulay on Ill 36 

Versus Christianity II 122 

Science Convention, Columbus meeting of VIII 354 

Scioto Associates, Joined to Ohio Company IV 11 

Meeting of IV 17 

Mention of Ill 40 



hidex for Volumes I to XI. 441 



Scioto Associates. Organization of new company of 

Pnrcliase forfeited shares from Ohio 

Company 

Validity of sales to Ohio Company 

Scioto Circuit 

Scioto Company 

Copy of a deed of 

Effect of failure of 

Effect of Indian Wars on ■ 

Failure of * 

Map of purchase of, shown in France. ... 

Mention of 

Organization of Ill, IJO; IV, :i5; 

"Scioto-Company and the French Grant," Ryan 

Scioto-Company and its purchase 

Scioto County, Bibliography of earthworks in 

Earthworks of VIII 

Earthworks in, number of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Scioto Land Company, Mention of 

Scioto Purchase 

Beginning of 

Map of 

Reservation of lands in 

Scioto River , Chillicothe on , 

Crevecoeur's description of 

Dunmore's army on VII 

Dunmore's treaty , on 

Early description of 

Earthworks of 

Floating mill on 

Ft. McArthur on 

Indian highway 

Indian treaty on 

Location of Bounty Lands on 

Prehistoric race on 

Smith's description of 

Valuable to white settlers 

Scioto Salt Springs, Reservation of V, 74, 7' 

Scioto Valley, Earthworks in 

Prehistoric races in 

Squier and Davis' explorations in 

Virgin fertility of 

Scotch-Irish, Abolition movement, favored by 



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.Scotch-Irish, American Revolution, in VI 104 

Battle Point Pleasant, at VI 130 

Declaration of Independence by VI 103 

Educators among VI 107 

Fur traders, in Ohio VI 114 

Immigration of VI 99 

Indian fighters among VI 108 

Influence of, in Ohio VI 95, 111 

Inventors among VI 106 

Jefferson County, in VI 96 

Journalism V 109 

MacLean's account of IX 250 

Noted descendants from. ..VI, 101, 105, 109 IX 529 

Ohio Generals furnished by VI 108 

Origin of VI, 98 ; VIII 259 

Pathfinders among VI 102 

J Patronage of schools VI 102 

Persecution of VI 97 

■ Protests of, against British encroachments.. VI !) 

Wayne's army VI 208 

Whisky Insurrection VI 208 

■^'Scotch-Irish in America" X 496 

Review of book on X 496 

Scotch-Irish versus Puritan VI 97 

Scott, Gen. Chas., Expedition of VIII 378, 379 

Scott, Gen., Parade, ordered in Washington, by VI 331 

Scott, W. H., Responds to toast "Relation of O. S. U. to 

A. & H. S." IV 438 

Scott, W. H. , Sketch of IV 474 

Scouts , Carpenter , George VI 189 

Holmes, Jacob, Account of VI 163 

Maxwell , James VI 160 

Poe, Adam, Account of VI 176 

Poe, Andrew, Account of VI 177 

Ross, Joseph, Account of VI 175 

Wetzel, John VI 167 

Wetzel, Louis VI 160, 165 

Scouts with Dunmore's army X 408 

Scovill, Rev. Sylvester, Sermon of Ill 16, 211 

Scrap Book, Society's V, 279, 315; VI 427 

Sculptor, Doyle, Alexander VI 304 

Sculptured disc, Mexico V 254 

"Search for winter sunbeams," Quotation from IV 230 

Seattle, Chief, Monument to XI 11 



Index for Voluincs I to XI. 



443 



Seattle, Chief, Portrait of 

Secium, Indian village of 

Second Mayflower 

Secretary of State, Under first Constitution 

Section IG II, 303; VI, 37; IX, 281, -283; 

Gallatin's report on 

Mention of 

Originator of 

Reservation of 

Section 29 * 

Semitic Race, People of 

Senate, U. S., Habeas Corpus suspended by, in Burr Con- 
spiracy 

Seneca, Mention of 

Seneca County, Earthworks in, number of 

History of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Seneca, Fort, Description of 

Seneca Indians , Ohio , in 

Treaty of Harmar, in 

"Seneca Oil" 

Sentinel, The, First newspaper of Northwest 

Separatist Society, Origin of 

"Separatist Society of Zoar," Randall 

Separatists, Map of Zoar Lands 

Sepung 

Sermons, First at Marietta 

First in Northwest Territory 

Gallipolis Centennial, Methodism, Moore 

Gallipolis Centennial , Moncure 

"Presbyterians of Ohio," Scovil 

"Rejoicing in Divine Workmanship," Lasher 

Serpent Mound, Account of I, 343 ; 

Bibliographical references of 

Condition of 

McGee's view of 

Mention of IV, 366; 

Negotiations for purchase of 

Offered to Society 

Parkman, Francis, interested in 

Presented to Society 

Preservation of 

Importance of 

Putnam's 



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Page 


XI 


12 


VII 


165 


X 


419 


V 


140 


XI 


257 


V 


155 


VIII 


209 


VI 


251 


^ 73, 


77, 78 


II 


303 


III 


178 


I 


152 


I 


164 


VII 


200 


IX 


181 


V 


273 


III 


310 


VII 


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VI 


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VIII 


203 


VI 


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VIII 


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II 


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II 


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III 


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III 


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III 


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III 


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XI 


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XI 


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IV 


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VIII 


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VI 


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I 


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Serpent Mound, Purchase of, by Peabody Museum 

Putnam's reports en 

Site of Garden of Eden, at 

Smith, Prof., in Harper's Monthly, on 

Society secures 

Tablet on 

Transfer of to Society 

Wright's description of 

Serpent Mound Park , Description of 

"Serpent Mound Saved," F. W. Putnam 

"Services of Ohio Company in defending frontier," Cutler. . 
Sessions, F. C. — 

Address : History and Prospects of Society 

v^sthetic tastes of 

Ancestry of 

Annual Address to Society, at Marietta 

1889 

Art and artists in Columbus, Mention of 

Biography of, by Gladden 

Business career of 

Character of 

Columbus , Ohio , at 

Early education of 

Philanthropy of 

Portrait of 

Public spirit of 

Religious convictions of 

Sessions, Robert, Account of 

Account of Boston Tea Party 

"Settlement of Ohio," Address. Wm. P. Cutler 

Settlements, Centers of, in Ohio 

Diverse, in Ohio 

French, in N. W. Territory 

Ohio Company 

Symmes Purchase, in 

Seven Ranges, Mention of HI, 101 ; 

Original of survey of 

Sale of lands in 

Settlements of 

Survey of Ill, 1 12 ; I V, 6 : 

Tupper's survey and report of 

"Shaker Community of Warren County," MacLean 

"Shaker Mission to the Shawnee Indians," MacLean 

Shaker MS. History, Union Village 



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II 


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X 


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X 


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X 


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VI 


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I 


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I 


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I 


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I 


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IV 


304 


IV 


295 


II 


145 


II 


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I 


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IV 


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IV 


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IV 


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IV 


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IV 


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IV 


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IV 


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IV 


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II 


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II 


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V 


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III 


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VIII 


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X 


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VI 


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I 


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X 


251 


Xi 


215 


X 


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Iiuic.v for J\)liiuics I to XL 445 



Shakers, Andrews, William 

Baird. Daniel N 

Benevolence of 

Bibliography of 

Biographical sketches of prominent 

Burial ground of, North Union 

Cattle breeding among 

Center family residence 

Character of, at North Union 

Christmas festivals of 

Christmas song of 

Civil War, in 

Cleveland Society of 

Communism of 

Condition of at Union Village 

Covenant of 

Dancing among IX, 73 : 

Decline of 

Dress of 

Financial disasters of 

Funeral customs among IX, 66 ; 

Government of IX, 68 ; 

Growth of 

Hone3% Riley 

Houston, ]\Iatthew 

Indians catechised b}^ 

Intellectual improvements among 

Kitchell. Ashbel 

Law suits of 

Letters from 

Manners and customs 

Methods of 

Missionary propaganda of 

Missionary zeal of 

Mobbing of, at Union Village 

Necrology of. North Union 

New Cow Barn of 

Newspapers interdicted by 

North Union Church 

North LTnion, families of 

Industry of 

Office of 

Society of 

Number of 



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Page 


IX 


103 


IX 


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X 


2t)U 


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IX 


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IX 


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X 


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IX 


113 


IX 


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IX 


84 


X 


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IX 


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IX 


73 


XI 


229 


X 


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X 


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X 


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X 


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X 


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X 


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X 


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IX 


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IX 


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IX 


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XI 


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X 


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IX 


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X 


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IX 


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IX 


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XI 


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XI 


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X 


260 


XI 


108 


IX 


108 


X 


291 


X 


285 


IX 


47 


IX 


53 


IX 


42 


IX 


49 


IX 


35 


X 


294 



446 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Vol. Page 

Shakers , Opposition to War X 259 

Origin of IX, 34; XI 109 

Pelham, Richard IX 88 

Politics among IX 70 

Prescott, Jas. S IX 95 

Publications of X 261 

Reign of Babbit, Aaron X 292 

Carter, Matthew B X 299 

King, Solomon X 264 

Martin, John X 288 

Meacham. David X 283 

Parkhurst, Amos X 295 

Reynolds, William X 296 

Slingerland, Joseph R X 300 

Wells, Free Gift X 284 

Religious meetings of IX 71 

Religious tenets of XI 108, 216 

Religion of X 267 

Revivals among X 260, 285 

Risley, Chester IX 102 

Root, John P IX 94 

Russell, Elijah IX 101 

Russell, Elisha IX 100 

Russell, Ralph IX 87 

Russell, Return IX 98 

Russell, Rodney IX 104 

Russell, Samuel IX 94 

"Sacred roll and book" of IX 79 

Secretary to John Brown X 293 

Schisms among X 263 

Schools among X 261 

Spinning, David IX 92 

Spirit manifestations of IX, 75 ; X 286,295 

Temperance among X 266, 285 

Theology of IX 72 

Union village founded by XI 216 

Use of meat among X 289 

View of office of X 283 

Wheeler, Oliver IX 103 

Shakers' Union Village — 

Early experience of X 257 

Noted visitors to X 264 

Origin of X 253 

Shay's Insurrection, Result of II 25' 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 447 

Vol. Page 

Shannon, Wilson, Governor of Ohio IV ^ 325 

Shawan (Mrs.) J. A. — 

Responds to "Women as a factor in Ohio politics".... IV 441' 

Shaw, Elizabeth, Poem. The Pioneer IX 331 

Shaw, R. R., Poem read at Marietta Centennial by II 216' 

Shawnee Indians, Battle of Fallen Timbers, in IX 226 

Battle of Point Pleasant in XI 180 

Braddock's defeat, m XI 180 

Cession of land by IV 7 

Chief Cornstalk of ! IX 26 

ChilUcothcs, of XI 231 

Early history of VII 14 

Green Corn dance of VII 106 

Land treaty with XI 250^ 

La Salle's acquaintance with VII 3 

Mention of V 192 

Ohio, in VI 76, 114 

Origin of VII 12 

Peace treaty with Bouquet VII 45 

Revolutionary War, in VII 58 

Sandusky War, in VI 20 

Shaker mission to XI 215 

Strength of, in Ohio VII 40 

Villages of, on Scioto VII 353 

Shawnee River, Mention of Ill 101 

Sheep, First Merino in Ohio Ill 253- 

Jefferson County , in VI 236 

Wells-Dickenson variety VI 237 

Shelby County, Bibliography of earthworks in I 279' 

Earthworks in, number of VIT 202 

Prehistoric rjsmains in V 273 

Shellaberger, Samuel, Mention of IV 447 

Shell hoes found in Adena Mound X 459' 

Shells Decorated, from Mounds VIII 324 

Shepherd, Henry A, "Antiquities of the State of Ohio" II 437 

Sheridan, Gen. Keifer's tribute to IX 152 

Sherman, Gen., Mention of XI 238 

Sherman, John, Election of, to Senate VIII 130 

Hayes' letter to IV 351 

Marietta Centennial, Letter concerning. ... II 238 

Mention of IV 447 

Presides at Anti-Nebraska meeting IV 270 

Reminiscence of II 470 

Sketch of IV, 474; IX 372: 



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i^~» : Vol. Page 

Sherman, Roger M., Mention of IV 315 

Sherrard, John, Crawford's expedition, in VI 154 

Sherwood Mound at Malta, View of V 197 

Shillitoe, Thomas, Sketch of VIII 262 

Ships on the Ohio Ill 105 

Shonbrun, Moravian mission at VII 49 

Short, John T., Secretary of Society V 321 

Sickles, Gen. Daniel — 

Address at Steubenville Centennial VI 330 

Eulogy on Stanton VI 330 

Siebert, John, Sketch of IV 475 

Siebert, Wilbur H, "Underground R. R. in Ohio," IV 44 

"Siege of Fort Meigs," Compton X 315 

Sigel, General Franz, Mention of II 5G 

"Sign of the Prophet," Review of X 389 

Sigcurney, Lydia, Mention of X 21 

Silk Culture in Jefiferson County VI 238 

Silliman, Benj., Mention of II, 448 ; IV 315 

Silver ornaments, found in Mound V 235 

Simpkins, J. D., "History of Auglaize County," by X 120 

Simpson, Sketch of VI, 25(3 : VIII 183 

Sioux, Traditions among II S95 

Six Nations, Extent of territory of IV 115 

Friends to Americans in War of 1812 VII 98 

Logstown, Conference at X 402 

Message to Washington VII 220 

Occupancy in Ohio VI 75 

Red Jacket of IX 19 

Treaty with I, 217 ; VII 48 

Skeletons, Adena Mound, in X 458 

Painted X, 89 ; XI 246 

Prehistoric, Condition of IV 369 

Sketches of Life Members of Society IV 452 

Slate "Butterfly" ceremonial from Knox County V 248 

Slate objects, Picture of V 247 

Slave catching IV 52 

Slave Colony, Jefferson County, in VI 275 

Slaveholders, Quakers as VI 214 

Slave Trade, Petition against in D. C I 114 

Venable's account of II 505 

Virginia opposes II 84 

"Slavery and four years of War," Keifer, Review of IX 152 

Slavery IX 148 

Christian attitude toward II 352 



Index for J^oJiniics I to XI. 449 

Vol. Page 

Slavery, Connecticut endorses VII I'TO 

Early ideas on IV 44 

European emancipation from Ill 35 

Exclusion of in Northwest Territory 

....I, G, 1-2. ■_'•;; II, 37; IV, 10, 30; V, 57; VI 374 

"Divine Right of" VIII 415 

First Constitution on V 147 

First Fugitive Act IV 50 

Howe's opinion on IV 320 

Howe's Virginia discoveries concerning II 458 

Illinois, in II 4J, 

Indiana, in IV 45 

Influence of cotton gin on IV 45 

Influence of Louisiana Purchase on IV 46 

Issue of II 109 

Junkin, Dr., Defense of VI 108 

Kilbourne, James, attitude toward IV 30 

Mason and Dixon's Line, Connection with VII 260 

Mention of IV 256 

Morris' opposition to X, 352, 357, 358 

Ohio fugitive slave law IV 62 

Ohio's part against VIII 444 

Opposition to, in National Territory I 121 

Northwest Territory VIII 442 

Ordinance of 1787, in II, 83; III 117 

Political parties on IV 267 

Proposed Constitutional Amendment to prohibit.. IV 447 

Republicans oppose II 328 

Southern Democrats on IV 269 

Virginians petition to bring slaves I Sl'i 

Western Reserve opposition to VII 271 

Slaves, Capture of, by Cincinnati people I 115 

Considered as property IV 45 

Cuba, sent to VI 275 

Emancipation of, by Birney I ll4 

Escaped VI 274 

Freedom given to XI 45 

Fugitive , Account of IV 57 

Constitution on ., IV 50 

Cummings, Rev. Jacob IV 53 

Federal jurisdiction on IV 70 

Hiding places of •. IV 52 

Methods of IV 50 

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Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Vol. Page 

Slaves, Fugitive, Number of IV 48 

Number of, Conducted thr' Ohio IV 62 

Reclamation of V 57 

Status of in free states IV 49 

Washington on IV 57 

Ideas of freedom among IV 47, 51 

Indians bring to Sandusky Valley X 52 

Price of II 505 

Sale of II 489 

Sleeper, D. L., Responds to toast "The Hocking Valley"... V 303 

Sloane, Rush R., "Fire Lands Historical Society," X 220 

"When Ohio became a Sovereign State,". IX 278 

Slocum, Chas. E. , "Description of Fort Winchester," .... IX 253 

"Some errors corrected," X 480 

Smallpox, Marietta, at Ill 243 

Vaccination for Ill 254 

Zanesville, at Ill 255 

Smead , Isaac D. , Sketch of IV 475 

Smithfield, Manumitted slave colony in VI 275 

Smithsonian Institution — 

Archajologic work of V, 257; VI 442 

Bibliography of Ohio earthworks published by I 69 

Smith, Capt. John, Explorations of IV 87 

Smith , James , Account of I 253 

Captivity of, among Indians VI, 91 ; VII 21 

Smith, Joseph P., Biography of Henry Howe IV 3'11 

McKinley Memorial Poem by X 385 

Smith, Kirby, Threatens Cincinnati IV 327 

Smith, W. H., Address at Marietta Centennial II 187 

Sketch of IV 476 

Smythe, Arthur H., Sketch of IV 476 

Socialism, Shakers VIII, 1; XI 108 

Social Responsibilities Ill 194 

Societies, List of Historical and pioneer in Ohio I 402 

Society, Archaeological and Historical, Ohio — 

Action of, on Columbian Exposition IV 384 

on Ft. Ancient improvements IV 393 

to preserve earthworks Ill 238 

Addresses before, at Marietta II 145 

Addresses before, 1898 VI 430 

Andrew's relation to II 273 

Anniversary of, Tenth V 281 

Annual dinner of, 1890 HI 240 

Annual meeting of. First I 292 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 451 

Society, Archaeological and Historical, Ohio — Continued. Vol. Page 

Fourth, 1889 II 559 

Fifth, 1890 Ill 237 

Sixth, 1891 Ill 2(31 

Seventh , 1892 IV 381 

Omitted, 1893 IV 394 

Ninth , 1894 IV 403 

Tenth, 1895 IV, 430 ; V 279 

Eleventh , 1896 V 295 

Twelfth, 1897 VI 411 

Thirteenth , 1898 .' VII 279 

Fourteenth , 1899 VIII 348 

Fifteenth , 1900 IX 385 

Sixteenth, 1901 X 72 

Seventeenth, 1902 XI 71 

Annual Report of, Ninth, 1893 IV 396 

Tenth, 1894 IV 414 

Eleventh , 1895 V 275 

Twelfth, 1896 V 291 

Thirteenth , 1897 VI 411 

Fifteenth, 1898 VIII 348 

Sixteenth, 1899 IX 395 

Appointment of Trustees of XI 78 

Appropriate title for I 335 

Appropriations for XI 75 

Archceological Dep't IV, 420 ; V. 283, 324, 325 : VI viii 

Articles of Incorporation Ill, 319: V. 321; VI ix 

Banquet of, 1895 IV, 436; V 281 

Banquet of, 1896 V 299 

Brinkerhoff, Gen., Elected President of IV 398 

By-Laws, Synopsis of Ill 320 

Care of Fort Ancient IV 399 

Centennial building for IX 394 

Centennial Celebrations participated in, by II 549 

Change of Constitution VII 282 

Charter members of Ill 319 

Chillicothe meeting of, 1889 II 560 

Clarke, Robert, Relations of, with VIII 488 

Collections of 11,569; V 255 

Collections of, placed in State Museum IV 400 

Columbian Exposition Ill, 263, 265; IV 397. 417 

Congratulatory acknowledgements of VII 293 

Connection of, with Archaeologist IV 419 

Constitution of, (new) V 280 

Constitution revised IV 432 



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Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Society, Archiieological and Historical, Ohio — Continued. 

Constitution and By-laws of 

Contemplated change of name of 

Curator's report to , 1894 

1898 

1901 

Curator's work for 1900 

Custodian for Ft. Ancient appointed by 

Donations to Museum of 

Executive Committee of, 1894 

1900 

Report to, 

Work of, 1895 

Work of, 1896 

Work of, 1899 

Field work of, arranged for 

Field work of, in 1897 VI. 4-23; 

Finances of, in 1892 

First Year's Growth of 

Fort Ancient , Care of ■. . . 

Fort Ancient Committee reports to, 1898 

Fort Ancient excursion of, 1899 

Gallipolis Centennial , Circular 

Galipolis Centennial , Connection with 

Government of 

Graham , A. A. , Resolutions to 

Work of, in 

Greenville Centennial , Connection with 

Growth of V, 318, 322 ; 

Growth of Museum of 

Hayes addresses H , 335 ; 

Hayes elected President 

Hoar addresses at Marietta 

"History and Prospects of," Sessions 

History of V. 321 ; 

Hulbert lectures before 

Increase of 

Inventory of museum of 

Lectures before, 1898 1. 334; 

Legislative appropriations for, 1899 

Library of V, 315; VI, 427; 

Life members elected to 

List of members of, 1888 

List of publications of, complete 

Literary exchanges of 



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Page 


I 


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HI 


265 


IV 


421 


VII 


288 


X 


78 


IX 


398 


III 


266 


X 


88 


IV 


417 


VIII 


Front 


I 


384 


V 


281 


V 


318 


VIII 


353 


IV 


406 


VII 


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IV 


388 


I 


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IV 


416 


VII 


287 


VIII 


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HI 


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V 


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IV 


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IV 


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IV 


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VII 


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IV 


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II 


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Index for J\^liimcs I to XI. 453 

Society. Archaeological and Historical. Ohio — Coiilinucd. Vol. P.\ue 

Local Sections of Vi . 41:}; VIH ;ij0 

Marietta Centennial by II 1 

Marietta Memorial Committee reports to II "_'_'•_' 

Marietta ^lemorial Structure, Resolutions II "Ji'i 

Means for extension of V 2!)7 

Meeting of, in Chicago I\' :W^ 

Executive Committee. Monthly 1\' 411* 

at Mansfield with local Society 1 !*!• 

Members of \' MJ:3 

1891 • Ill 312 

' 1902 X 499 

Members elected in 19U(> IX 392 

Members elected in 1888 II oOT 

Members, Honorary and life. List of I\' 4-M 

Mention of Ill 1(J8 

Mills elected to Curatorship of MI 292 

Model of Campus Martins, to purchase IV 394 

Moorehead elected Curator of IV 436 

Moorehead resigns Curatorship of \'II 284 

Moorehead's report to, 1894 I\' 421 

Moore's Dr., Connection of, with \'III 478 

Museum of 1 , 33ii : X 86 

Donations to \ "283 

Origin of VIII 329 

Museum and library of \ I 419 

Committee on, reports... V, 313; \'II 286 

Necrology of. 1899 X'll 1 37(- 

New members of, 1899 IX 389 

Objects of I 333 

Official organ of \' -'95 

Officers of, 1886^ I 300 

1887 I 383 

1888 H 33.^ 

1889 H .-.(11 

1890 Ill 239 

1891 1112(14,321 

1892 IV 386 

1894 IV 410.416 

1895 IV, 1 , 43t; : \' 278, 280 

1896 V 294, 298 

1897-98 VI, 41<i; VII 278 

1899 VIII 346 

1900 VIII, Front IX 384 

Ohio boundaries examined by l\ 127 



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Society, Archaeological and Historical, Ohio -^ Continued. Vol. Page 

Ohio Centennial conducted by XI 76 

Organization of 1,333; IX 150 

Origin of II 145 

Orton, Edward, Connection of, with VIII 409 

Pan-American Exposition, at IX, 395; XI 87 

Permanent building for VII, 283; X, 75; XI 72 

Portraits presented to X 92 

Presidents of V, 322, 6, vii 

Proceedings of, 1886 I 291 

1887 I 376 

Third Annual Meeting, Marietta... II 332 

Provides for Centennial Celebration in Schools I 337 

Publication Exchanges of X 94 

"Publication" for I 336 

Publication fund of Ill 269 

Publications of VI, 426; XI 75 

1891 Ill 270 

1893 IV 402 

1894 IV 418- 

1895 V 282 

1896 V 314 

1898 VI, 290; VIII 357 

1900 IX 397 

Purchase of Howe's History HI 238 

Purchase of Howe's plates endorsed IV 408 

Putnam addresses II 338 

Quarters for V, 288, 316; VI, 427; VII, 293; VIII 349, 364 

Rooms of II 561 , 569- 

Ryan's plan for increased interest in VII 282 

Salaries of officers IV 411 

Science Convention , in VIII 354 

Scrap Book of IV, 431; V, 279, 315; VI 427 

Secretary granted leave of absence by IV 394 

Secretary's financial statement, 1887 I 388 

Secretary's annual report to, 1887 I 386 

1889 II 563 

1890 HI 266 

1898 VII 280 

Secures quarters at University IV 420 

Serpent Mound ofifered to IV 400 

Serpent Mound secured 1X380,39^ 

Sessions' annual address to, 1889 II 548 

Sketches of life members of IV 452 

Spiegel Grove, proposition to VIII 365 



Index for Volioiics I to XI. 455 

Society, Archaeological and Historical, Ohio — Continued. Vol. Page 

State's duties toward II 554 

Toledo Centennial VIII 349 

Treasurer's Report of , 1887 1 387 

1888 II 566 

1890 Ill 270 

1894 IV 428 

1895 V 290 

1896 V 317 

1897-98 VI, 429; VII 295 

1899 VIII 372 

1900 IX 402 

1901-02 XI 80 

Trustees of, 1886 I 293, 299 

1887 I 381 

1888 II 334 

1889 II 559 

1890 Ill 239 

1891 Ill 320 

1892 IV 386, 387 

1893, holdover IV 395 

1894 IV 407, 415 

1895 IV, 1, 431; V278,279 

1896 V294,296 

1898 VII 278 

1899 IX 389 

1901 Ill, 262; X 75 

1902 XI 81 

Trustees', Meeting of, 1891 111364,365 

1893 IV 392 

1894 IV 410 

1895 IV, 436; V 280 

1896 V 298 

1898 VII 284 

1899 VIII 352 

1900 IX 391 

1902 XI 84 

Trustees, Report of, 1890 HI 269 

Value of, to State VI 461 

Wayne Centennial , in IV 394 

Work of II, 347; V 301 

Outside V,318; VI 422 

Wright's lecture before X 77 

Society and the Quarterly , The I ^9 

Society, Medical, First in Ohio HI 251 



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Vol. Page 

Society of the Scioto, Failure of IV 2L 

Members of Ill 123 

Organization of Ill 123 

"Society of Shakers" (Cleveland), MacLean IX 32 

Society of Prehistoric Race VI 452 

Sociology, Problems of II 112 

Socrates, Figure of the Commonwealth XI 210 

"Some errors corrected," Slocum X 480 

Somers, George, First Virginia charter to V 1 

Sons of American Revolution, Meeting Ohio Society of. .. . X 121 

Sons of Liberty in Ohio VIII 444 

"Sorrow of the nations , " Smith X 385 

South Carolina, Constitution, hesitates to ratify IV 45 

Southern States, Ordinance of 1787 in hands of I 12 

Southworth , Geo. C. , Sketch of IV 476 

Sovereignty, First, over Western Lands I 32 

Spain, American claims of IV, 88: X 115, 398 

Discoveries of II 356, 370 

Western lands ceded by XI 103 

Spanish-American War, Lessons of VIII 436 

Spanish Merinos, Importation of, to Jefferson Co VI 236 

Spearheads, Coshocton County, View of VIII 340 

Huron County VIII 333 

Spears . Picture of V 240 

Speech, Constitution (first) on freedom of V 148 

Spencer, Herbert, Quotation from II 10(i 

Spencer , Piatt R. , Mention of VI 47 

Spiegel Grove X 64 

Proposition to Society VIII 365 

Society plans to purchase VIII 349 

Spiritualism, Shakers, among X 286, 295 

Wattles . advocate of VI 267 

Spoils System IV 210 

R. B. Hayes . on IV 356 

Spotted Fawn, The, Reference to II 310 

Spottswood Letters, Notice of II 578 

Springfield Centennial, Review of Ijook on XI 262 

Springfield, Indian Council at VII 99 

Sproat, Col. Ebenezer, Sheriff in Northwest Territory.... 

11.159,175; Iir 144 

Squatters, Jefferson County, in VI, 136. 138 ; VIII 202, 230 

Ohio ....' VI 135 

"Squaw Campaign" VI 133 

Squibb, Lawrence T., Ohio-Indiana boundary re-establishes IV 141 



Iiuhw for roliiiiics I to XI. 457 

Vol.. Page 

Squier and Davis. Arch?eological Collection of \ 1 11 _' 

Archf-eological work of 11 I'i'i 

Explorations of II -^^^K ^H") 

Inaccuracies of explorations by II ■^^'> 

Mention of 1 li" 

Putnam's opinion of work- of I •'! 

Quoted on Harness Mi)und V -"-•"> 

Serpent jMound surveA'ed In- I l'"^'' 

''Squirrel Hunters." Alention of I^ '■'>'-' 

St. Clair County. Evolution of V •"{^lo 

Original Ijoundary of V •"Vio 

St. Clair, Fort., Description of IH "^"^ 

"St. Clair Papers," Mention of HI --'T.') 

St. Clair. Arthur — 

Addresses First Constitutional Convention V 87 

Army of XI 8i! 

Battle ground of ^^I 1 1 

Boundary for Ohio planned by V 344 

Campaign of VIII 378 

Counties and townships laid out by V 328 

Death of VI, I'n.j ; VIII 3fl3 

Defeat of (See St. Clair's Defeat ) VI 'lOh 

Difficulties of. with legislature I 31-_',314 

Ft. Hamilton built by HI •'^"■^ 

Ft. Jefiferson Iniilt by ITI 3((4 

Ft. Washington, at ^ '' 

Gallantry of VIII 387 

General of Militia I 308 

Governmental ideas of II l-'l 

Governor Northwest Territory 

I, 304 : V, 3-J7 : VIII, 370 : X 42n 

Grave of VI 'io:. 

Indian policy of ^ ^ -'•'■-' 

Injustice toward ^ I -^^ 

"TVleeting of, with Capt. Pipe for Treaty VI '204 

Mention of II, 160 : HI, 148 : IV. 10 ; VHI 483 

Opinion of, on Col. Crawford ^'I ^ 

Opponents of ^^ ^ "'^ 

Opposes admission of Ohio ^I '•! 

Opposition to \ ill ■>.»_ 

Organization of Army of VIII 38"^ 

Pennsylvania Constitution, on II I^^'^ 

Popularity of. wanes Xl ■)! 

Portrait of VI, 7 : XI 30 



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Public services of XI "" 

Reappointed Governor of Northwest Territory 

I, 307, 316; XI 64 

Removal of troops from Marietta, ordered by I 284 

Removal as Governor I, 318 ; II, 413 ; XI 68 

Republican opposition to XI 6b 

Shawnees defeat XI 180 

Sketch of VIII 261 

Statesmanship of II 1°' 

Strategy of, in admission of Ohio XI 44, 63 

Veto power used by V 340 

Wayne buries men of VI lO/ 

Wayne succeeds X 4"_8 

Wilderness March of VIII 383 

St. Clair's Army, Burial of the dead of VIII 394 

Dissensions in VIII 391 

Retreat of VIII 386 

St. Clair's Expedition VII, 83; X 427 

Friendlv Indians assist in VIII 380 

St. Clair's Defeat '.II, 164; III, 52, 306; IV, 24; 

VII, 209 ; VIII, 483 ; IX, 212 ; XI 107 

Burial of soldiers of IX 220 

Cause of VIII 388 

Death roll of VII 394 

Description of VIII 384 

Efifect of VI, 206; VIII, 389; IX 215 

Loss of men in VIII 388 

Officers killed in X 380 

Result of defeat of XI 42 

Site of X 484 

"St. Clair's Defeat," Hunt VIII 373 

"St. Clair's Defeat." Wilson X, 378; XI 30 

St. Clairsville, School built in VI 247 

St. Lawrence River, Free navigation of IV 11 

St. Mary's, Fort, Description of HI 30* 

Treaty at XI 255 

St. Mary's River, Indian cession on XI 251 

St. Vincent's, Titles of citizens of V 47, 51 

Stage Coaches, Conestoga wagons VIII 296 

National Road, on IX 458 

Stage Drivers VIII 300 

Stanbury, Judge, Mention of Ill 158 

Standish, (Mrs.) Miles, Reference to H 246 

Stanton Day, Steubenville Centennial , ■ VI 318 



Index for I'olitiiics I to XI. 459 

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Stanton, Edwin AI.. Ancestry of VI 217 

Attorney General VI 331 

Birthplace of VI 329 

Church connection of VI 257 

Davis' tribute to VI 359 

First tribute to ^'I 372 

Imperious character of VI 219 

Legal attainments of ^ I 338 

Memorial Tablet of .... VI 329 

: Mention of ....IV. 271;* VI, 220, 346; XI, 205 

Murder of father of VIII IGG 

Portrait of VI 329 

Secretary of War VI 334, 341 

Sickles' Eulogy on VI 330 

Supreme Judge VI 342 

Trainer's tribute to VI 336 

Venable's Eulogy on VI 327 

Stanton, Robt. B., "Cliff Dwellers," Lecture on, by VI 423 

Society addressed by VII 293 

Stanwix, Fort, Treaty of .' I '-1 ' 

Stapleton, Rev. A,, "Genealogy of William McKinley,". . . . X 236 

Stark County, Earthworks in, number of VII 194 

Erection of VI 217 

Prehistoric remains in V 271 

Stark, Gen., Ancestry of VI 101 

Mention of IV 218 

Starling, Lyne, Arrives at Franklinton VI 66 

Starling, Sarah, Lucas Sullivant marries VI 63 

State Buildings at Columbus, View of V 161 

State Library, Manuscript department of Ill 272 

Society's work for II 551 

State Museum, Founding of IV 400 

State Papers, Destruction of I 80 

"State Sovereignty in Ohio," Cheetham IX 290 

State, Application to erect, in Northwest Territory V 69 

Constitution on boundaries of V 146 

Enemies of m ^""-" 

Northwest Territory, Formed from V 56 

Proposition to settle by Continental Army IV 2 

States Rights. Ohio approves IX 295 

Ohio legislature opposes IX 301 

States, Boundaries of, in Northwest Territory V 68 

Cession of lands by III. Ill; IV 128 

Claim of, to Western lands I '^ 



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States , Western . Admission of IV ■252 

Spirit of independence in I 141 

Statutes, Chase's I 113 

.Seamboat, First II 78 

First on Delaware River VIII 402 

Ohio River VI 242 

Inventor of VIII, 397 ; IX 238 

Photograph of model of Fitch's VIII 404 

Steam navigation, Collect Pond's Map, of VIII 397 

Stearns, Wallace N., Historical Studies on X 388 

Stein, Baron, Mention of Ill 38 

Steuben, Baron VI 326 

Portrait of VI 95 

Steubenville named for VI 210 

Steuben, Fort, Description of Ill, 303: VI 192 

Erection of VI 189 

Map of VI 189 

View of VI 314 

Steubenville Centennial, Celebration of VI 314 

Cook's address at VI 345 

Davis' address at VI 347 

Gill's address at VI 344 

Pioneer Day at VI 344 

Sickles' address at VI 330 

Stcubcin'illc Herald. Founding of VI 21(3 

Steubenville, Account of, in 1818 VI 21(3 

Campaign 1844, in VI 272 

Clay, Henry, in VI 270 

Distilleries in VI 232 

First attempt at settlement in Ohio VI 119 

First white child born in VI 217 

Founding of VI 350 

Friends erect school in V • VI 251 

Hundred years', history of VI 382 

Industries in, 1817 VI 239 

Land district of VI 211 

Manufacturers of VI 243 

Broadcloth VI 238 

Silk VI 238 

Woolen VI 234 

Methodism in VI 255, 250 

Mounds near VI 195 

Officers, (first) of VI 217 

Organization of VI 210 



Index for J^ihiiiics I to XI. 461 

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Stenbenville, Presliytcrianism in \'I 2GU 

Schools in VI, ■J48, J-M, 353 

Teachers in VI 251 

Stevenson Fort, description of Ill 3ln 

Stevenson, IMary L. C. "Colonel Thomas Crcsap" X 1 l(i 

Stevens, Alexander, Eulogy on Vinton I\' I'dl 

Stevens, Thaddeus, Mention of IV -2(14 

Stickney. Major, Connection of, with O. and Mich, dispute IV iMS 

Imprisonment of IV I'lM 

Letter of, to Lucas * IV 21!) 

Ohio reimburses I\' l'l'D 

Stiles, Henry C, Sketch of IV 477 

Stivers, Emmons B., Adams Co. Hist, by IX 527 

Stokely, Thomas, Capture of VI 141 

Stone Axes, Muskingum Valley, from V 245 

Stone Carvings, Baum Village VII 150 

Stone Graves , Adams County V 214 

Fort Ancient IV 24U, 369 

Oregonia, at. Description of VI 372 

View of IV 129 

View of IX, 194, 195, 198, 199, 200, 201, 2o2, 2ii3 

"Stone Graves in Brown County.'' Fowke IX 193 

Stone Hearths at Ft. Ancient IV 368 

Stone Implements, Collection of , Columbus Centennial, at.. II 54'i 

Makers of II 515 

Manufacture and use of II 514 

Source of material for II 516' 

Stone Mound, Adams County, View of V 209 

Licking Reservoir at. View of V 170 

Stone Pavements IV 366' 

Stone River, Mention of IV 303 

Stone Tablet , Adena Mound in X 409 

Stone, Wm. L. , Tribute to Uncas, by XI 9 

Storks, Ohio in Ill 99 

Storrs, Henry M., Marietta Centennial II 99' 

Storrs, Richard S., J^Iention of IV 298 

Story, Daniel, Minister 11297,301 

Story, Justice, Right of Discovery, on II 378 

"Story of a Country Church," Review of XI 261 

"Story of the Western Reserve," Review of X 498' 

Stout Mound , Rome , O. , View from V 215 

Strabo, Quotation from I 164 

Stuart, John, Mission work of X 198 

"Studies in Science and Religion," Mention of I 185' 



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Sturges, Susan M., Sketch of IV 477 

Sturtevant, I. N., Address, Marietta Centennial II 138 

Sturtevant, Julian M., Mention of VI 47 

Sufferers' Lands VI 30 

Sugar Maple in Ohio Ill 88 

Sullivant, Joseph, Patron public education IV 278 

Sullivant, Lucas, Clerk of court VI 92 

Experiences of, on Scioto VI 83 

Founds Franklinton VI 61 , 72 

Marriage of VI 62 

Personal appearance of VI 63 

Portrait of VI 61 

Sullivant, Wm. S., Contributions to science VI 63 

Musci allcghcnicnses, Published by. . IV 287 

Summit County, Bibliography of earthworks in I 280 

Earthworks in , number of VII 188 

Erection of VI 217 

Map of Portage Path in VIII 291 

Prehistoric remains in V 269 

Summit House, National Road, View of IX 517 

Sumner, Chas. , Attack on IV 268 

Opposition to Slavery in Northwest Ter- 
ritory I 121 

Sumter, Fort, Surrender of • IX 130 

Sunday, Observance of at Marietta II 294 

Sunday Schools , First in Ohio II 304 

Uniform lesson leaf system for VIII 460 

Sun, Mexican legend concerning I 380 

Superstition of Negroes VI 280 

Supreme Court, Ohio in contempt of II 417 

Surveying, Early. Difficulties attending VI 170, 196 

Seven Ranges , of VI 196 

Plan of VI 196 

Surveyors, Indians attack VI 204 

Putnam, Rufus II 35 

Surveys, Field notes of Ohio-Indiana line IV 132 

Ludlow's Ohio Congress IV 131 

Map of X 423 

McDonald, Angus, attempts XI 172 

Ohio Congress Land IV 131 

Western Reserve Lands VII 265 

Swain, C. L. , Portrait of X 124 

Swain, Noah H., Commissioner in Ohio and Michigan 

dispute IV 221 



Index for J^ohuucs I to XI. 463 

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Swan, Gustavus. Account of Franklinton, by VI 65 

Swan Tavern, Columbus, Ohio, Mention of IV 210 

Swastika Cross, found in mounds VI, 444 ; XI 137, 139 

Swayne, Wager, Sketch of IV 477 

Swedenborg, Johnny Appleseed adherent of VI 292 

"Sweet Corn" VI 144, 402 

Swing, Jas. B., "Thomas Morris" X 352 

Symmes, John Cleves, Account of Ill 143 

Judge Northwest Territory I 305 

Land purchased by^ II, 156; XI 200 

Relation, with St. Clair VIII 392 

Symmes Purchase IX 120 

Congress provides for schools in IX 284 

Gallatin's report on V 156 

Reservations of land in V 79, 160 

Settlement of X 420, 424 

T 

Tablet, Circleville, Picture of V 249 

Taft, Alphonso, Reminiscence of II 469 

Taney, Roger B., Zoar Society case decided by VIII 27 

Tappan, Dr. Eli VI 251 

Early school legislation, on VI 39 

Mention of '. . I 102 

Tappan, Judge Benj. , Senator from Ohio VI 226, 338 

Sketch of VI 224, 306 

Tarhee, (See Crane ) IX 3 

Franklinton Indian Council, at VI 90 

Influence of VI 80 

Protector of white settlers VI 68 

Tariff, Clay speaks on VI 270 

Vinton's idea of IV 247 

Taverns, Advertisement for sale of, on X'ational Road.... IX 519 

Eastern Ohio, in VIII 302 

Jefferson County, in VIII 227 

National Road , on IX 477 

New England and Western, compared IX 486 

Ohio Company organized in "Bunch of Grapes".. X 117 

Ohio Legislature meets in IX 483 

Taxation , Federal V 56 

School purposes, for VI 40 

States' right II 421 

Virginia establishes great principles of II 66 



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Taxes, First property for, in Jefferson County VI 216 

Lands exempt from V 79 

Taylor, E. L. , Address, "The Ohio Indians" VI 72 

"Monuments to historical Indian Chiefs"'.. 

IX, ,1; XI 1 

Taylor, Geo. L., "Northwest Territory," Poem X 170 

Taylor, Nathaniel, Mention of IV 315 

Taylor, W. A., Ohio Centennial favored by XI 8S 

Taylor, Zachary, Nomination of IV 267 

Teachers' Associations — 

Ohio, Andrews Memorial at II 345 

Organization of VI 53 

State, organization of VI 44 

Teachers' Institutes, Origin of, in Ohio IV 278 

Teachers' Seminary at Kirtland VI 49 

Teachers , Prominent — 

Clark , Samuel , Pioneer VI "247 

Cowdry, M. F VI 49 

Garfield, James A VI 48 

Granger, Daniel IV 342 

Harvey, T. W VI 49, 54 

Henkle VI 54 

Holbrook, Alfred VI 49 

Jefifers , Pioneer VI 246 

Leggett, M. D VI 49 

Lord, Dr. A. D VI 49 

Mann , Horace VI 53 

McCook, Henry C VI 251 

McCook, Dr. John VI 251 

Oviatt, L. M VI 52 

Phelps, Thomas T., Mention of IV 39 

Rickoff, A. J -. VI 52, 54 

Slater, Rev. Nelson VI 49 

Smythe , Anson VI 52 

Spencer, Piatt R VI 47 

Tappan, Dr. Eli VI 251 

Tennant VI 245 

Thompson , Clarissa IV 39 

White, E. E VI 52 

Wilson , Prof. Woodrow VI 251 

Teachers , Scotch-Irish VI 47 

Steubenville, in VI 251 

Yankee, in the Western Reserve VI 47, 48 

Tecumseh , Account of VI 80 



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Tecumseh, Birthplace of X, 375 ; XI 230 

Character of VII 78 

Conference with Harrison VII 90 

Confederacy of VII 92 

Connection of, with Ohio and Michigan dispute IV 217 

Death of VII 98, 102 

Father of XI 181 

Government orders removal of VII 88 

Influence of VII 91 

Love affair of t X 375 

Mention of II, 401; IV, 324; VII 219 

Oratory of VII 104 

Origin of name of VII 80 

Personal appearance of VII 87, 103 

Siege of Ft. Meigs X 327 

Speech of, at Springfield Council VII 99 

War of 1812, in VII, 96; X 317 

Temperance Crusade VIII 460 

Tennant , Teacher VI 245 

Tennessee, Militia of, called out in Burr Conspiracy I 152 

Tennessee River, Mention of Ill 101 

Tennyson, Alfred, Mention of IV 338 

Teotihwacan , Buried city of I 324 

Legend concerning I 329 

Terra Cotta Head , Youngstown V 25i 

Terraces, Artificial IV 364 

Presence of I 176 

Streams, where found I llh 

Territorial legislature, First X 421 

Territory- Western, Ignorance of extent of IV 200 

Ordinance for IV 5 

Terry, T. B. , Mention of IX 345 

Texas, Annexation of IV 256 

Thackeray, W. M. , Coaching described by IX 459 

Thames, Battle of VII, 97; XI 22 

Thanksgiving Day, First at Marietta II 294 

"These are my jewels," Tompkins X 132 

Thomas , General . Mention of II 238 

Thomas (Mrs.) Cyrus — 

"Bibliography of Ohio Earthworks," I, 69. 191, 272 

"Thomas Morris , " Swing X 352 

Thomas, Prof. Cyrus. Mound Builders identified by I 60 

Newark earthworks, on V 201 

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Thompson, Rev. H. A. — \ Vol. Page 

Address, Gallipolis Centennial, at Ill 168 

^ Mention of Ill 12 

Sketch of IV 47S 

Three important documents relating to western land ces- 
sions II 270 

Thurman, Allen G., Death of V 295 

Defeated for Governor IV 349 

Mention of IV, 325, 329, 334 

President of Society I 80 

Sketch of IV 478 

Thurman, (Mrs.) Allen G., visits Camp Chase prisoners... VIII 123 

Thwaites, Reuben Gold VI ll4 

Tiffin , Site of Ft. Ball Ill 310 

Tiffin, Diathea M., Sketch of IV 478 

Tiffiin, Edward, Communication of, to President and Con- 
gress V 154 

Correspondence concerning Ohio bound- 
ary IV 187 

Legislature asked to arrest Burrites, by. . I 157 

Election of, as Governor of Ohio IX 288 

Mention of V 13, 339 

Militia assembled against Burr I 15".i 

Part taken in admission of Ohio XI 62 

President first Constitutional Convention. V 80, 83 

Sketch of XI 55 

Speaker of Territorial Assembly Ill 151 

St. Clair opposed by XI 69 

Surveyor General IV, 137, 158, 163 

Surveyor employed by, to establish Ohio 

boundaries IV 137 

Tilden, Samuel J., Contests election of 1876 IV 350 

Tilsit , Peace of Ill 38 

"Till," I 17^ 

Tippecanoe , Battle of VII 93 

Tobacco, Indian use of II 529 

Tod . David , Ancestry of VIII 107 

Anecdotes of VIII 125 

Biography of. Wright VIII 107 

Boyhood of VIII 108 

Campaign of 1844 in VIII 118 

Children of VIII 109 

Commercial enterprises of VIII 110 

Death of VIII 115 

Democracy of VIII 112 



Index for J'oliDiics I to XI. 467 

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Tod, David, Election of, as Governor VIII ll-'^ 

Failure of renomination VIII IJ'i 

Generous charity of VIII 1_';{ 

Gubernatorial record of VIII IJl 

Legislature thanks \'III 111 

Lincoln supported by VIII 1 l-'i, IJli 

Lincoln tenders Treasury portfolio to Vlll 1 14, 13U 

Marriage of \T1 1 Id!) 

Mention of \1 aiC 

Minister to Brazil .- \'IIl 111 

Ohio Electoral College on death of VIII III! 

Politics of VIII Iln 

Portrait of VIII li'T 

Reference to I\' -144 

, Republicans nominate for governor VIII 11!' 

Retirement of VIII l-'^H 

Services of, in Civil War VIII l"_'n 

Studies law .- VIII l(K-< 

Summoned to Washington I\' 271 

Tod, (Mrs.) David, Residence of VIII li'i 

Tod's Homestead, View of VIII ll'{ 

Todd, Joseph H., Expedition of VII 7n 

Sketch of IV 47!» 

Todd's Trace, Mention of \'I 171 

Toledo, Mound Builders' Forts in X 3S1 

Ohio holds court in IV 'J24 

Original name of IV 218 

Site of Ft.Industry Ill 30!i 

Toledo Blade. Extract from XI 148 

Toledo War, Account of IV 224 

Cox's account of IV 229 

Fatalities in IV 22!) 

Mention of IV 19!? 

Toltecs, Legend concerning destruction of I 331 

Tradition of I 32") 

Tompkins, Emmett, Address Pan-American Exposition.... X l-">2 

"Tongue of fame," IX 21!' 

Tories in Ohio VI I'!;'- 

"Tory's Daughter, The,'" Notice of II "n i 

Toulmin, Harry, Book on Kentucky, by I 23(1 

Townmeetings, New England II 109 

Townshend, Ebenezer, "The Merchant Prince," IV 314 

Townshend, N. S., Death of V 29o 

Mention of I 332 



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Townshend, N. S., Paper "Salmon P. Chase," I 111 

Sketch of IV 479 

Township, Origin of Ill 113 

Township government, Origin of V 32'i 

Toynbee Hall, Monograph on II 439 

Trading Posts, English on Walhonding VII 40 

Trails, Indian VIII 266 

Monongahela VIII 275 

Muskingum VIII 276 

The Great Trial VIII 276 

Trainer, J. H. S., Tribute to Stanton by VI 336 

Transportation, Pioneer means of VI 241 

Transylvania University 1 , 106. 236 ; II 491 

"Travelers and Annalists of Ohio Valley, Early," I 230 

Travelers , Brackenridge, H. M Ill 6b 

Heckewelder, John Ill 63 

1 ravel , Early modes , Venable I 296 

First routes of I 295 

Western, Mention of various books on I 238 

Travels, Bartram's, Publication of I 231 

Book on Western. Birbeck I 238 

Flint I 23'. 

Schultz I 237 

Treason among Indians VI 86 

"Treasures of Ft. Ancient" Moore responds to toast to V 304 

Treaties, Attempts to form with Indians VI 206 

Brownstown, Mich XI 253 

Detroit XI 252 

Dunmore's VI, 76 ; VII, 54 ; X, 408 ; XI 190 

Failure of, with Capt. Pipe VI 204 

Ft. Harmar II, 161; VI, 204; VII 28, 225 

Ft. Industry XI 252 

Ft. Mcintosh VII 28, 224 

Ft. Stanwix I, 217; VII, 48, 224; X 113 

Greenville. VI, 77, 78, 111, 208; VII, 35, 84, 218; 

IX, 231; X 432 

Logstown XI 10'.s 

Indian land XI 249 

Maumee Rapids XI 254 

Paris, 1763 1, 213; XI 103 

Putnam's with Indians on the Wabash VI 206 

St. Mary's XI 255 

Treaty Tree VII 36(r 

Trenton, N. J., Palaeolithic implements found at I 177 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 469 

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Trimble, Allen, Patron of Public Schools VI 108 

School Committee appointed by VI 250 

"Triumph of Liberty," Poem. Marietta Centennial II ■2\C> 

True , Dr. Jabez , Account of Ill iMJ 

Trumbull County, Bibliography of earthworks in 1 280 

Earthworks in, number of VII IIV) 

Erection of VI 217 

Evolution of ■ \' 317 

Organization of VII, 268; X 3(](; 

Original , Map of *. V 348 

Members first Constitutional Conven- 
tion , from V 81 , 9.") 

Prehistoric remains in V 27.'5 

Trumbull , John , Paintings of 11 44!* 

Trumbull, Jonathan, Governor of Connecticut \' iK) 

Tubman, Harriet, Conductor on the "Underground,".... IV 02 

Tucker, Dean, Plan -of, for protection against Indians.... I 220 

'iucker, John Randolph, Marietta Centennial Address at.. II Gl 

Tula, Mexican city of I 331 

Tumuli^, Ross Co V 219 

Tupper, Benjamin, Maumee Indian Expedition in IX 2(!n 

Mention of I\'^ 6 

Ohio Company of Associates, in Ill 115 

Turkeyfoot Rock, Paintings of l\' 398 

Turner, Judge, Mention of Ill 143 

Tuscarawas County, Earthworks in, number of VII 190 

Erection of VI 217 

Ft. Laurens in VI 12 

Historic places in .• . VIII 277 

Map of VIII 277 

Palaeolithic implements found in I 180 

Prehistoric remains in V 271 

Western Reserve, School lands in.... VI 38 

Zoar Society, in VIII (1 

Tuscarawas River, Ft. Laurens on Ill 302 

Indian operations upon VI 393 

Moravian mission on VII 317 

Williamson leads expedition to VI 143 

Tuttle, Jos. F. , Address at Marietta Centennial II 132 

Tyerman , Quotation from Ill 197 

Tyler, John, Administration of IV 253 

Tyler, John Poyntz, Prayer of VII 205 

Tymochtee , Crawford burned on VI 29 

Tvre. Magnificence of VI 365 



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Uncas, Chief, Monument to XI 10' 

Sketch of XI 2, 8 

"Uncle Tom's Cabin" VIII 460 

"Underground Railroad" VIII 446 

Appalachian route of IV 58 

Col. Howard's experience on IV >30 

Extent of, in Ohio IV 62 

Jefferson County, in VI, 274; VIII 187 

Origin of IV 57 

Routes of IV, 58, 59, 60 

Stations on IV 61 

"Underground Railroad in Ohio" IV 14 

Union, Colonies', Impossibility of I 215 

Franklin's plan of I 211 

American, Inviolability of II 87 

Ohio's place in II 173 

Union County, Earthworks in, number of VII 186 

Prehistoric remains in V 269 

Union Village, Founding of XI 216 

Present condition of XI 229 

Shakers of X , 251 ; XI 109 

United States, Boundaries of, in 1788 I 2 

Boundary, northern. Reference to IV 184 

Credit of IV 1 

Dissatisfaction of Western States with I 142 

Growth of VIII 437 

Southern control of government of VI 377 

United States Bank, Cincinnati branch established IX 291 

Kentucky levies tax on IX 301 

Maryland taxes IX 302 

Ohio taxes IX 294 

Opposition to, in Ohio IX 291 

Rechartering of IX 291 

University, Historical center at VI 462 

Reservation of lands for Ill 120 

Upper Sandusky, Crawford burned near VI 1 

V 

Vallandinghani, C. L., Campaign of VIII 127 

"Value of personal history," Moore responds to toast to.... IV- 449 

Van Buren, Martin, Political policy of X 335 

"Vandalia," Colony of I 219- 



liuJc.v for J'ohiincs I to XI. 471 

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Vandals ruin lumie of Blenncrhassctt I 154 

\'ance, John L. , "Frencli settlement and settlers of Galli- 

polis" Ill 45 

Sketch of IV 4S0 

Vance, Joseph. Implicated in Moravian Massacre Ill 2!)"J 

Mention of IV 141 

Van Fleet, Col., Commands militia in Toledo War IV 224 

VamVleck, Rev. H. J., Gnadenhutten Centennial, Address 

by VII MOS 

Van Wert County. Earthworks in, number of VII 202 

Prehistoric remains in V 273 

Varnum, Judge James M. , Account of Ill 142 

Vatralsky, S. K., Portrait of ( See MacGahan ) IX 144 

Venable, Prof. W. H. — 

Address, "Early intellectual achievements in Ohio 

Valley" . .' I 105 

Address, Lebanon Centennial XI 198 

Address, Steubenville Centennial VI 318 

"Dream of Empire,' by X 120 

"Down South before the War" II 488 

Early modes of travel from East to Mississippi Valley I 295 

"Gallagher, William Davis," Biography I, 358; II 309 

Literary periodicals of Ohio I 201 

Mention of VI 23 

Ohio education . on VI 322 

Ohio River experience of II 492 

"Pioneer Author to Pioneer Editor," by I 255 

Vessels, Building of, on Ohio II 169 

Veto Power, St. Clair's use of XI 52 

"Vicar of Wakefield . " Mention of IV 32? 

Victor, "American Conspiracies," Mention of I 150 

Description of anxiety concerning Burr's Conspiracy I 152 

Village Sites, Csesar's Creek IV 3(1 

Madisonville IV 371 

Millgrove IV 371 

Prehistoric IV, 364, 305, 369 

Vincennes, Capital of Indiana Territory V 06 

Clarke captures VII 248 

Indian Treaty of VII 30 

Mention of HI 1^'^ 

Vincent, Henry C, Sketch of IV 480 

Vinton County, Earthworks of, number, in VII 180 

Erection of IV 200 

Prehistoric remains in V 268 



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Vinton Memorial, Abstracts from IV 233, 234 

'"inton, Samuel F., Account of Ill 157 

Adams, J. Q., Opinions of, on IV 260 

Ancestry of IV 232 

Apportionment law of IV 257 

Arguments on Ohio-Virginia boundary 

line IV 67 

Biography of, Dahlgren, by IV , 231 

Brazee's account of IV 235 

Burial at Gallipolis IV 262 

Cabinet position declined by IV 260 

Chairman of Ways and Means Com- 
mittee IV 250 

Compromises discussed by IV 125 

Death of IV 261 

Domestic life of IV 251 

Election of, to Congress IV 239 

England's claim to portions of Amer- 
ica, discussed by IV 85 

Ewing, on death of IV 261 

Ewing's opinion of IV 237 

French claims in Ohio Valley, on.... IV 99 

Internal improvements, on IV 245 

Kentucky's admission discussed by.... IV 80 

Marshall's decision discussed by IV 76 

Maryland's attitude toward Virginia 

discussed by IV 109 

Member of Peace Convention IV 262 

Mention of Ill 69 

Ohio-Virginia boundary dispute, in... IV 238 

Opinions of, on Mexican War IV 256 

Ownership of crown lands discussed by IV 105 

Portrait of Ill 137 

Presidency of railroad accepted by.... IV 260 

Relations with Indians, on IV 242 

Re-enters Congress IV 250 

Religious ideas of IV 262 

States' Jurisdiction of river boundaries IV 81 

Stevens, eulogy on IV 26J 

Tariff ideas of IV 247 

Validity of Virginia's charter IV 93 

Virginia's cession of western lands.... TV 118 

Virginia's charter claims IV 107 

Virginia's claim to western lands IV 84, 119 



Index for J'olitincs I to XL 473 



Vinton, Samuel F., Virginia's extent 

Virginia as a colony 

Whig candidate for Governor 

Winthrop's opinions of 

Withdraws from public life 

Vischer, Capt. J. N. , Commandant at Ft. Piqua 

Virginia Burgesses, Dunmore dissolves 

Virginia Charter, Lands granted in 

Virginia Council, Minutes of 

Virginia Historical Collections, Notice off 

Virginia Military District, Object of 

Survey of lands in 

Virginia Military Lands 

Reservations in, for schools 

Virginia Military Survey 

Virginia Regiment . Tth Revolutionarj- 

Virginia Secession Convention 

Virginia State Papers , Notice of 

Virginia , Act of Ratification of 

Act of cession of 

Cession of land IV, 113, 118, 128 ; V, xi : 

Charter claims asserted by 

Chartered rights of 

Claim of, to Northwest Territory II, 83; 

Condition during early settlement of 

Council of 

Deed of cession from 

Extent of 

Extent of jurisdiction of. on Ohio River 

First Charter of 

Governor of, calls out militia in Burr Conspiracy 

Historical preservation in 

Historical Society of 

Howe writes history of 11, -lol ; 

House of Burgesses cut road to Marietta 

Influence of, on early Ohio settlements .•.. 

Northwest Territory 

Informed of ''new province" project 

Land claims of, in Ohio Valley.. . I, 229: IV, 65; 

Legislature of, suggests Peace Convention 

Limits of colony established 

Maryland legislature on land claims of 

Modified cession of 

Northwest Territory favored by 



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IV 92, 94 


IV 


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IV 


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XI 


174 


X 


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II 


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II 


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X 


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III 


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IX 


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V 


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VI 


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IX 


127 


II 


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V 


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X 


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IV 


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IV 


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IV 


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II 


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III 


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IV 


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III 


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VI 


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II 


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IV 


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IX 


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I 


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IV 


103 


IV 


108 


V 


59 


I 


28 



474 



OJiio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Vol. Page 

Virginia, Ohio boundary line of IV 64 

Original charter of . . . IV 84 

Remonstrance of, concerning western lands II 281 

Reservation of lands by . IV, 113; V 47 

Scotch-Irish element in VI 103 

Second charter of V viii, 12 

Slave trade opposed by II 84 

Territory granted to X 372 

Third Charter of V vlll, 33 

Transition of, from Charter to Crown Colony... IV 94 

from Corporation to Colony IV 91 

Validity of Charter of, questioned IV 93 

Walpole Grant disturbs I 225 

Virginians , Ohio settled by X 134 

Volney, C. F. , Book on Western Travels by I 236 

Voltaire, Mention of I 128 

Von Moltke, Marriage of Lesquereux, at IV 283 

Von Wolff skel. General, Patron of Lesquereux IV 282 

w 

Wasbash River, Ft. Recovery on Ill 305 

Indian Treaty on VI 206 

Waddell, William, Mention of Ill 176 

Waddle, Mayor, Responds to toast "Chillicothe Centennial" V 304 

Wade, Benjamin. Ancestry of VI 101 

Life of V 578 

Mention of IV 447 

Opposition to slavery I 121 

Wadsworth Academy VI 48 

Walhonding, Cache implements from Workman Mound.... V 238 

Description of Mounds on V 195 

View of Johnson Mound V 190 

Workman Mound V 191 

Walker. Col. Goes to Paris IV 23 

Walker, Dr., Mention of Ill 101 

Walker, Jacob, Sketch of VI 119 

Wallace, Gov. David, Indiana Indians removed by XI 19 

Wallace, Robert, Wife of. Massacred Ill 290 

Wallace, Wm. Ross, Letter to Gallagher II 317 

Walpole, Thomas, to establish a New England Province... IV 104 

"Wapayana," Poem X 27 

War Correspondents, MacGahan IX 141 

"War Governors of Ohio," Wright responds to IV 444 



Index for J\}limics I to XI. 475 



War of 1812, Cause of VI, ."{To 

Detroit surrenders 

Effect of 

Ft. Amanda 

Ft. Ball 

Ft. Dearborn surrenders 

Ft. Findlay 

Ft. McArthur 

Ft. Meigs Ill, ;!ll, ;jl5 

Ft. Seneca 

Ft. Stevenson 

Harrison's headquarters at Franklinton 

Influence of, on manufacturing in Jefferson Cc 

Mention of 

Officers in, from Jefferson Cnunty VIII 

Ohio in II. Kill ; IX, -J-V-! ; X 

Opposition to 

Perry's victory 

Plan of 

Raisin Alassacre in 

Rendezvous for, at Franklinton 

Sandusky Vallev in 

Tecumseh assists British in 

Winchester's defeat 

War, Contest of Indians and whites 

Dunmore's 1, 228 : VI. 7 : 

Indian, effect on Gallipolis settlement 

Indian methods of 

Jefferson County's contribution to 

Mexican, Mention of 

Scotch-Irish generals in 

Shaker opposition to 

Ward, Durban, Mention of 

Tribute to Morrow 

Ward, Fanny B., "Pyramids and buried Cities," 

Warner, A. J., Sketch of 

Warren County. Bibliography of earthworks in 

Copper implements from 

Early history of 

Earthworks in VIII 

Earthworks in. number of 

Natural resources of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Prominent men of 



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111 


309 


111 


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III 


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III 


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X 


330 


III 


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III 


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yi 


72 


VI 


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IV 


206 


viu 


257 


11. :M!t 


. 355 


X 


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III 


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X 


319 


X 


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VI 


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X 


53 


VII 


07 


X 


322 


VI 


60 


XI 


167 


IV 


24 


VI 


86 


VI 


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IV 


253 


VI 


108 


X 


259 


XI 


208 


II 


203 


I 


319 


IV 


480 


I 


280 


V 


253 


XI 


200 


V'lII 


343 


VII 


179 


XI 


200 


V 


265 


XI 


203 



476 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Warren County, Shaker community in X, 251 ; 

Washburn, Elihu B., Friend of Grant 

Washingtonians, Movement of 

Washington County, Bibliography of earthworks in 

Citizens of, petition Congress 

Earthworks in, number of 

Establishment of 1 , 304 : 

Evolution of 

German settlers in 

Members of first Constitutional Con- 
vention from 

Mention of 

Original boundary of 

Pennsylvania, Mention of 

Pioneer Association of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Washington-Crawford Letters, Butterfield's book on 

Mention of 

Washington, Fort, Description of 

Washington, George, Acquaintance with Crawford 

Blennerhassett Island owned by 

Broadhead's letter to 

Confidence of, in Wayne VII 

Commercial advantages of Cuyahoga, 

by Ill 108 

Commercial advantages of Kanawha, 

by 

Continental Bounty claims, discussed 

Debt of the West to 

Deed to Ohio Company, given by. . . . 

Dorchester Heights 

Farewell Address refers to West.... 
Friendship of, for New England.... 

Fugitive Slaves, on 

Interest in Western Territory 

Lands of IX. 208; 

Letter to Whipple 

Maker of Northwest Territory 

Marietta Settlement, on 

Member of House of Burgesses 

Mention of Ill, 40, 74, 218; 

Ohio Indian Warfare, on 

Opinion on Burr 

Opinion on Dunmore's War 



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108 


XI 


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IV 


266 


I 


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IV 


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I 


175 


II 


159 


V 


328 


II 


55 


V 


82 


VI 


42 


V 


329 


V 


277 


II 


1 


V 


264 


IX 


182 


VI 


4 


III 


303 


VI 


2 


I 


129 


VI 


135 


VII 


214 



III 


103 


III 


115 


IX 


205 


I 


32 


II 


31 


I 


26 


I 


13 


IV 


57 


II 


78 


X 


115 


II 


186 


II 


153 


X 


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XI 


174 


X 


5 


VI 395 


399 


I 


138 


XI 


191 



Index tor Volumes I to XL 477 



Washington, George, Plans of, for Ohio Valley 

Portrait of 

Proclamation of, 1763, Opinion of . . . . 

Putnam's relation with 

Receives news of St. Clair's defeat. . 
Recommends petition for Bounty 

Lands 

St. Clair's defeat affects 

Surveyor 

Visit of, to Col. Crawford 

Visit of, to Ohio 

I, 26; VI, 5, 121, 349; 

Walpole Grant opposed by 

Western settlements discussed by.... 
Western transportation discussed by. . 

Western trip of IX, 206 ; 

Washington-Irvine Correspondence VI, 393 ; 

Washington and Lee University, Founding of 

Washington, Martha, Mention of IV, 347 ; 

Waterford, Arrowheads found near 

Church services at 

Ft. Fry at 

Waterways of Ohio, Washington discusses 

Watkins, William, Artist 

Sketch of 

Watson D. K., "Early Bar of the Ohio Valley," Adrress... 
"Early Judiciary, early laws and Bar of 

Ohio" 

Watterson, Bishop, Sermon of 

Wattles, John O.. Vegetarian and spiritualist 

Waverly, Mounds near VII 

Way. Hon. H. V., Account of first Ohio court of Toledo... 

Wayne County, Bibliography of earthworks in 

Earthworks in, number of VII 

Establishment of 

Evolution of 

Original boundaries of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Seat of 

Wayne, Fort, Description of 

Wayne, Gen. Anthony — 

Appointed military commander 

Army of, prepares to march 

Recruited by 



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212 


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I 


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II 


31 


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IV 


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XI 


42 


VI 


2 


VI 


4 


X 


109 


I 


220 


III 


103 


III 


100 


X 


154 


IX 


183 


VI 


103 


VI 


304 


V 


203 


II 


298 


II 


192 


I 


26 


VI 


295 


VI 


298 


III 


13 


III 


141 


III 


16 


VI 


267 


VII 


158 


IV 


225 


I 


282 


VII 


184 


I 


309 


V 


333 


V 


333 


V 


268 


V 


350 


III 


309 


I 


309 


IX 


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IX 


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478 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Wayne, Gen. Anthony — Vol. Page 

Army of. Returns to Greenville IX '231 

Battle of Fallen Timbers 111,308; VII 230 

Battle of Ft. Recovery IX 221 

British posts surrendered to IX 232 

Butler's tribute to VII 257 

Campaign of XI 107 

Centennial of Treaty' of IV 394 

Centennial oration on IX 214 

Correspondence with Miajor Campbell IX 228 

Death of VII, 214, 250 ; IX 232 

Diplomacy of VII 235 

Expedition II, 165 ; VI, 207 ; VII, 34, 83, 212, 229 ; X 429 

Ft. Defiance, built by Ill 307 

Ft. Deposit, built by Ill 308 

Ft. Greenville, built by Ill 304 

Ft. Industry, built by Ill 309 

Ft. Loramie, built by Ill 301 

Ft. Piqua, built by Ill 307 

Ft. Recovery, built by Ill 305 

Ft. St. Mary's, built by Ill 307 

Ft. Washington , at VII, 222 : X 6 

Indian dread of IX 221 

Indians defeated by X 430 

Indian policy of VII 232 

Mention of IV, 230, 401 : VI, 80 ; X 308 

Monument to XI 234 

Public gratitude to IX 236 

Reception of, after victory VII 213 

Reports battle of Fallen Timbers IX 223 

Revolutionary record of VII 210 

Revolutionary war, in IX 235 

Scouts of VI 174, 176 

Treaty of XI 250 

Washington's opinion of VII 215 

Wayne's Route on Maumee, Map of VIII 283 

Wayne's Treaty, Centennial of VII 205 

Influence of VI 208 

Wayne's Treaty Centennial, Celebration of IV 401 

Ways and Means Committee, Vinton Chairman of IV 250, 253 

Wealth, Distribution of II 115 

Webb , Dr. Nathan , Account of Ill 258 

Webb, Lucy Ware, Wife of Hayes IV 347 

Webster, Daniel, Mention of IV 346 

Ordinance of 1787, on. .II, 43; IV, 202: X 118 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 479 

Vol. Page 

Webster, Daniel, Quoted IV 232 

Webster, Noah, Dictionary of I\^ 31,-, 

Mention of H \[:] 

Wells, Bezaleel, Boat named for VI 243 

Court house land, Steubcnville. donated by \'I 221, 223 

Grist mill, Jefferson County, erected by.. VI 234 

Portrait of VI 210 

Religion . interest in VI 255 

School founded by VI 24>' 

Senator from Jefferson County VI 217 

Steubenville founded by VI 21o 

Wells Historical Society \'l :\\\ 

Wesley, Charles, Reference to Ill l!(7 

Wesley, John, Aim of Ill 2(Hi 

Portrait of X Iti'i 

Preaching of Ill IDS 

Reference to Ill 197 

Sketch of X 165 

Wessels, C. W., Portrait of IX 139 

Western land. Cession of II 475 

Western land policy of British I 2t)7 

Western Pilot, The, Steubenville described in VI 240 

Western Reserve, (See New Connecticut) IX 278 

Absence of government in VII 2i)7 

Academies in VI 47 

Boundary of XI 252 

Centralization of rural schools in VI 57 

Cession of V 347 

Character of settlers of Ill, In!); VI 218 

Church , First , in VI 45 

^ College in VI 46 

Concerning the cession of V 62 

Connecticut imitated in \'II 268 

Connecticut renounces jurisdiction over. . V 63 

Connecticut reserves \'I 35 

Connecticut surveys X, 446, 448, 449 

Counties in VI 262 

Decline of rural schools in VI 56 

Indian title extinguished in X, 446, 447, 448 

Industrial evolution of \'II 271 

Lands of, sold ^■1I 263 

Ministerial lands in \'l 36 

Opposition to slavery in MI 271 

Pioneers in VII 269 



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Western Reserve, Popular Education in VI 35 

Puritan influence on VI 404 

Quieting of titles in V 62 

Religious status of Pathfinders of VI 404 

Reservation for schools in V 79 

Sale of II 475 

School lands in VI 36, 38 

Settlement of VII, 267; X 423 

Story of .' X 498 

Survey of lands in VII 263 

Teachers' Seminary VI 49 

"Western Reserve," Hutchins VII 259 

Western Reserve Historical Society, Archaeological Collec- 
tion of IX 533 

Western Review I 107 

Westfall XI 230 

West Point, Grant's appointment to XI 233 

West, Rev. Landon, Garden of Eden, Theory of X 225 

West. The, Influence of X 11 

West Union, Mention of V 335 

West Virginia, Howe's experiences in IV 321 

Wetzel, John, Scout VI 167 

Wetzel, Lewis IV, 398; VI 160, 165 

Wheeling, Crawfdrd builds fort at VI S 

Rendezvous of settlers at VI 124 

Whigs, Defeat of, 1851 IV 260 

Ohio legislature, in, 1848 I 118 

Whipping Post, Newark, in I 250 

Provision for Ill 147 

Whipple, Commodore Abraham, Congress petitioned for... II 231 

Fisher, David, on II 180 

Mention of II 28 

Military record of II 181 

Portrait of II 176 

Whisky Rebellion II 193 

Influence of VI 208 

Whistler, Capt. John Ill 307 

White, E. E., Teacher VI 52 

White Eyes, Chief, Murder of VI 230 

Relations with Moravians in Revolution VII 324 

White Horse Tavern, Columbus, Ohio IV 210 

Whites, First in Ohio VII 2 

Whitney, Eli, Inventor of cotton-gin IV 45 

Whittier, John G., Mention of IV 338 



Index for Volumes I to XI. 



481. 



Whittier, John G., Quotation from 

Whittlesey, Charles, Arch3eologicaI research of 

Account of Toledo Mounds, by 

Cuyahoga River discussed by 

Locates Ft. Laurens 

Mention of 

'"Why is Ohio called the Buckeye State," Farrar 

"Widow of the Rock, The," Poem, Mrs. Blennerhassett. .. 

Wilberforce University 

Sessions, Trustee of 

Wilburites VI, 

Wild animals. Bounty paid for 

Wilderness Road I, 295; VIII, 286; 

"Wild Rose," Wife of Maxwell 

Wilhelm I., Marriage of 

Wilkinson, Gen. James, Burr visits 

Dead of St. Clair's army buried by 

Duplicity of 

Expedition of 

Intrigues of 

Spanish informed by, concerning 

Burr 

Witness at Burr trial 

Williams County, Earthworks in, number of 

Prehistoric remains in 

Williams, D. W., History of Jackson County 

Williams, Israel, Sketch of IV, 481 ; 

Williams Mound, Homer, Ohio, View of 

Williams , Roger 

Williamson, Gen. David — 

Addition to Ft. Hamilton built by 

Burned at stake 

Connection of, with Moravian Massacre Ill, 285; 

Expedition of Ill, 277; VI, 143; 

Sandusky War , in 

Sketch of 

Williamson's Trail 

Wilson, Frazer, "St. Clair's defeat" X, 378; 

Wilson, Horace G., Mention of 

Wilson, James, Journalist 

Wilson, Thos. W., Archaeological works of 

Explorations by 

Memorial to. Mills 

Ohio flint, on 

»31 Vol. XI. 



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VI 


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X 


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III 


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III 


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I 


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II 


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I 


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VIII 


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IV 


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252, 267 


, 263 


VIII 


256 


IX 


409 


VI 


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IV 


283 


I 


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VIII 


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I 


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VIII 


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I 


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I 


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I 


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VII 


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V 


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XI 


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X 


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VIII 


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III 


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III 


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VII 


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IX 


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VI 


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VI 


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V 


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XI 


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XI 


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482 



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Vol. Page 

Wilson, Thos. W., "The Arkansas Traveler" VII 296 

Wilson , William , Mention of I 251 

Wilson, Woodrow, Mention of VI 271 

Winchester, Fort, Battle at IX 273 

Building of IX 261 

Description of IX 253 

View of IX 262 

Winchester, Gen. James, Harrison succeeded by IX 256 

Indians capture IX 273 

Sketch of IX 254 

Wing, Lucius B., Sketch of IV 481 

Winthrop, John, Founder of Saybrook XI 3 

Mention of IV 296 

Winthrop, Robert C. , Opinion on Vinton IV 232 

Quoted on Vinton IV 240 

Speaker of House IV 254 

Wirt, William, Eulogizes Madam Blennerhassett I 135 

Wisconsin , Growth of VIII 451 

Historical preservation in II 424 

Historical Society in II , 552 : IX 247 

Part in Marietta Centennial II 126 

Wise, Governor, Writes to Chase concerning John Brown.. I 122 

Witchcraft, Christie's book on VI 281 

Indian punishment of VI 86 

Jefiferson County , in VI 285 

Pioneers , among VI 285 

Witch Doctors VI 287 

Witches, Method of driving VI 288 

Wolf Creek Mills, 1789, View of II 192 

Wolfe, Gen. James, Influence of victory by ." VI 116 

Mention of I, 128; III 76 

Wolf Plain, Earthworks of. in Athens County I 72 

Wolsey, Cardinal, Mention of I 140 

Woman, Indian, Place of XI 152 

Work of, in Revolution II 52 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Origin of VIII 460 

Women , Patriotism of VI 361 

Pioneer Ill, 173; X 14 

"Women as a factor in Ohio Politics," Mrs. Shawan re- 
sponds to IV 441 

Wood County, Bibliography of earthworks in I 282 

Earthworks in. number of VII 199 

Prehistoric remains in V 272 

Woolen Manufacture, War of 1812 influences VI 234 



Index for J'ohtuics 1 to XI. 488 

Vol. Page 

Woolen Mill. Jefferson County, first in VI 'I'M 

World Apple. The 1 Kit; 

Work, Frank, Columbus volunteer in Toledo War IV _'M 

Workman Mound, Walhonding. Cache implements from... V 238 

View of \' lill 

Worthington, Colonists, original iV :!(i. .'{S 

Establishment of college at IV 11 

First Ohi i newspaper in IV 1- 

Pioneer days at IV 10 

Town of, laid out IV oG 

Worthington, Thomas, Adena Mound named by X 4.VJ 

First Ohio Constitution carried to Congress 

by IX 280 

Mention of \' 3:«J 

Part in admission of Ohio XI 07 

Portrait of V 128 

Sketch of XI 54 

Special agent to Congress V 80 

St. Clair opposed by XI 09 

Worthington Manufacturing Co., Establishment and failure 

of IV 12 

Wright, Geo. B.. Responds to toast, "Railroads and tele- 
graphs in Ohio" V 3ij.3 

Responds to toast, "War Governors of 

Ohio" IV 444 

Wright, G. Frederick — 

Address, "Relation of the Glacial Period to Archae- 
ology in Ohio" I 174 

Classification of earthworks in Ohio I 09 

"David Tod" VIII 107 

Foreign tour of IX 398 

Lecture, before Society, "Heart of Asia" X 77 

Letter to, concerning Ohio earthworks I 55 

Mention of IV 404 

Personal recollections of Governor Tod VIII 117 

"Preglacial man in Ohio" I 257 

Present condition of earthworks I 341 

Society addressed by , 1898 VI 433 

Wright, Judge Silas H., Death of I 384 

Wyandot County . Crawford in VI 29 , 31 

Earthworks in, number of VII 182 

Pioneer association of VI 1 

Prehistoric remains in V 208 

Wyandot Grove, Leatherlips' Monument in IX 17 



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XI 


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VI 


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IV 


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VII 


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VI 


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VI 


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X 


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VI 


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VI 


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VI 


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III 


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484 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 



Wyandot Mission 

Wyandots, Battle of Point Pleasant 

Bravery of 

Cede land 

Chief Crane of 

Crawford taken to 

Friendliness of VI, 90; 

Harrison's description of 

Ohio, in 

Sandusky Valley, in 

Sandusky War, in 

Supremacy of 

Treaty at Ft. Harmar 

Wycklif , John, Reference to 



X 

Xenia, Chillicothe, near XI 230 

Y 

Yellowcreek, Indian Massacre at VIII. 143, 213; XI 173 

Youngs, Benj. , Sketch of '. XI 218 

Youngstown, Founding of VII 269 

Terra Cotta Head , from V 255 



Zacatecas , Description of I 320 

Zane, Col. Ebenezer, Cresap's plan opposed by. . .. VI, 124; XI 96 

Ft. Henry defended by VI 131, 132 

Maxwell recommended by 

Maxwell ordered to leave by 

Mention of 

Nursery originated by 

Zane, Elizabeth, Heroism of 

Zane, Jonathan, Guide to Crawford's expedition 

"Zane's Greening" 

Zanes settle at Wheeling 

Zane's Trace IV, 34; VI, 62 ; Vlir, 246; 

Description of 

First travel over 

Mention of 

Route 

Zanesville , Land office opened at 



VI 


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VI 


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VI 


199 


VI 


289 


VI 


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VI 


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VI 


289 


VI 


118 


X 


394 


IX 


435 


X 


177 


V 


337 


IX 


479 


V 


158 



Index for ]\)lunics I to XI. 485 

Vol. Page 

Zanesville, Physicians of Ill 252 

Taverns in IX 483 

Zeisberger, David, Abstracts from Diary of VII 337 

Indian Alissionary VII 48 

Mention of V 193 

Mission work of VII 314 

Returns to Gnadenlnitten VII 344 

Sketch from Life of Ill 108 

Tree planted by VII 321 

Zimmerman. Louis, Portrait of VIII Front 

Work of, in Zoar Society VIII IG 

Zoar Secretary VIII 40 

Zinzendorf , Count, Missionary spirit of VII 315 

Zoar, After view of VIII 72 

"An old home," View of VIII 80 

Architecture in VIII 32 

Cemetery at VIII 4(> 

Change made by disbandment VIII 72 

Church at VIII 15 

Description of village of VIII 31 

Flower garden in , View of VIII 8S 

Hind's views on VIII 77 

Incorporation of VIII 97, 98 

Jail at VIII 43 

Main St. in. View of VIII 48 

Map VIII Front 

Milking scene at \I]I 41. 

Newspaper at VIII 55 

Old and new hotel. View of VII' 32 

Pioneer cottage at VIII (U' 

Property distributed at VIII '^9 ■ 

School at Vlli .'4^, 

Vish to VIII ■ 38 

Zoar Society, Abstemiousness in : VIII 22 

Additions to VIII 11 

Agent general of VIII 91 

Agreement articles of \'III 36 

Amusements VIII 38 

Arrival in America VIII 5 

Articles of Association VIII 7 

Bimeler's influence on VIII 78 

Bimeler's will VIII 81 

Cashier of VIII 92 

Cause of failure of VIII 51 



486 Ohio Arch, and His. Society Publications. 

Vol. Page 

Zoar Society, Common property of VIII 35 

Constitution of VIII 88 

Covenant of officers of VIII 11 

Creed of VIII 13 

Deed of distribution VIII 100 

Disbandment of VIII 52 

Education in VIII 20 

Education, Institute of VIII 94 

Elections in VIII 89, 93 

Government of VIII 11 

Harvest Scene VIII 96 

Heritages cared for VIII 94 

Holidays in VIII 18 

Incorporations of VIII 9, 84 

Legal documents of VIII 84 

Litigations in VIII 23 

Manufactures by VIII 35 

Marriage belief in VIII 19 

Members' duties VIII 92 

Missionary work of VIII 19 

Music in VIII 37 

Newspapers of VIII 54 

Nugitna VIII 55 

Physician of VIII 48 

Politics of VIII 40 

Practical workings of VIII 31 

Revision of Constitution VIII 96 

Seceding members of VIII 95 

''•:'■ "'''Settlement of contentions VIII 95 

— *c< c .''Standing Committee of VIII 91 

c, >, Success of VIII 47 

Theological works of VIII 15 

; Trustees of VIII 8& 

i War, in VIII 40