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Logan County, Ohio
History & Genealogy


Source:  The History of Logan County and Ohio
Containing a History of the State of Ohio, from its earliest settlement to the present time, embracing
its topography, geological, physical and climatic features; its agricultural, stock-growing, rail-
road interests, etc.; a History of Logan County, giving an account of its aborigi-
nal inhabitants, early settlement by the whites, pioneer incidents, its growth,
its improvements, organization of the county, its judicial and
political history, its business and industries, churches
schools, etc.; Biographical Sketches:
Portraits of some of the Early
Settlers and Prominent
Men.

ILLUSTRATED

CHICAGO:
O. L. BASKIN & CO., HISTORICAL PUBLISHERS,
186 Dearborn Street
1880

    

     

PART I.
HISTORY OF THE STATE OF OHIO

CHAPTERS I. thru XVI
   


PART II.
HISTORY OF LOGAN COUNTY.

CHAPTER I. - INTRODUCTORY, Topography, Geological Survey, Early Beginnings and Growth of the Agricultural System, Physical and Material Resources of the County - pg. 165  
CHAPTER II. - PREHISTORIC RACES, The Mound Builders, Indian Tribes, Early Wars with the Whites, Lewistown Reservation, Prominent Characters during the Indian Domination. - pg. 185
CHAPTER III. - THE MIAMI AND MAD RIVER VALLEYS, Incentives to Immigration, The Course of Empire, Settlements within the Limits of Logan County, Organization of Civil Divisions, Institution of Governmental Functions, Public Buildings Political. - pg. 223
CHAPTER IV. - THE MEDICAL PROFESSION, the Medical profession - pg. 251
CHAPTER V. - RELIGIOUS HISTORY, Pioneer Preachers, Schools, Statistics, The Newspapers their Advantages, Railroads - pg. 278
CHAPTER VI. - WAR HISTORY, The Early Conflicts, Mexican War, The Late Rebellion, Sketches of the Different Regiments - pg. 291
CHAPTER VII. - LAKE TOWNSHIP, Descriptive, Its Organization, Settlement, Pioneer Industries, Early Privations, Schools, etc. - pg. 321
CHAPTER VIII. - BELLEFONTAINE, Beginnings of the Village, Advance of Civilization, Business Prosperity, Growth of Internal Improvements, Schools, Benevolent Societies, Churches - pg. 338
CHAPTER IX. - MIAMI TOWNSHIP, Organization, Territorial Changes, Pioneer Civilization, Prominent Characters of the Early Community, Churches and Schools - pg. 367
CHAPTER X. - McARTHUR TOWNSHIP, Introduction, Settlement, Villages, Churches, Geneva College - pg. 378
CHAPTER XI. - JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP, Topography, Organization as a Civil Division of the County, Prominent Citizens, Churches and Schools. - pg. 389
CHAPTER XII. - RICHLAND TOWNSHIP, General Characteristics, Settlement, Villages, Churches, Casualties - pg. 432
CHAPTER XIII. - RUSH CREEK TOWNSHIP, Boundaries and Topography, The Coming of the Whites, Churches, Pioneer Preachers, Schools, etc. pg. 444
CHAPTER XIV. - PLEASANT TOWNSHIP, The Early Settlement, Social Life in the Backwoods, Industries,  Religious, etc. - pg. 456
CHAPTER XV. - ZANE TOWNSHIP, Early Settlement, Life in the Woods, Pioneer Industries, Growth of Society, Churches and Schools - pg. 454
CHAPTER XVI - HARRISON TOWNSHIP, Indians, Settlement, Pioneer Schools, Churches, etc. pg. 485
CHAPTER XVII. - MONROE TOWNSHIP, Descriptive and Topographical, Pioneer History, Early Industries, Schools, Churches, Villages, etc. pg. 491
CHAPTER XVIII. - BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, Incidents, Settlement, Pioneer Hardships, Churches, etc., the Lost Child. - pg. 501
CHAPTER XIX - BOKES CREEK TOWNSHIP, Descriptive, the Whites, Schools and Churches, Villages, etc. - pg. 506
CHAPTER XX. - UNION TOWNSHIP, Physical Features, Early Settlement, Incidents of Prominent pioneers, Churches and Schools - pg. 519
CHAPTER XXI. - WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Introduction, the Lewistown Reservation, Settlement, Schools, Churches, etc. - pg. 527
CHAPTER XXII. - PERRY TOWNSHIP, Topography and Description, Settlement, Early Improvements, Religious, Educational, Towns, etc. - pg. 535
CHAPTER XXIII. - STOKES TOWNSHIP, The Lewistown Reservoir, Pioneer Settlement, the Warwick Colony, etc. - pg. 543
CHAPTER XXIV. - LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, Topography, Pioneer Schools and Preachers, Geological, West Liberty - pg. 548


PART III.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.


 
Biographies Too Late for Alphabetical Insertion - 583
BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP - pg. 729
BOKES CREEK TOWNSHIP - pg. 659
HARRISON TOWNSHIP - pg. 619
JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP - pg. 789
LAKE TOWNSHIP - pg. 587
LIBERTY TOWNSHP - pg. 704
McARTHUR TOWNSHIP - pg. 816
MIAMI TOWNSHIP - pg. 773
MONROE TOWNSHIP - pg. 666
PERRY TOWNSHIP - pg. 656
PLEASANT TOWNSHIP - pg. 835
RICHLAND TOWNSHIP - pg. 797
RUSH CREEK TOWNSHIP - pg. 682
STOKES TOWNSHIP - pg. 627
UNION TOWNSHIP - pg. 786
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP - pg. 733
ZANE TOWNSHIP - pg. 629


ILLUSTRATIONS.
PORTRAITS.

 
Boggs, William pg. 441
Easton, John - pg. 333
Easton, Charlotte - pg. 387
Folsom, George - pg. 225
Hoge, J. G. - pg. 495
Inskeep, John - pg. 279


VIEWS.

 
Logan County Court House - pg. 171
 

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