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Source:
The Firelands Pioneer Quarterly
Published by
The Firelands Historical Society
Headquarters in
The Firelands Memorial Building
Norwalk, Ohio
Published at Norwalk, Ohio
The American Publishers Company.
1859

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Volume I

Sandusky, March 1859

No. 3

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
    Page
REMINISCENCES
     of the Hon. F. W. fowler of Milan, Continued (See No. 2 Fire Land Pioneer.)
 
1
   - First Settlers in Avery, Now Milan - 1
 - Roads - 1
 - First Alarm of the Settlers - 2
 - Incidents - 2
 - Incidents of the War of 1812 - 3
 - Skirmish with the Indians - 5
 - Indian Village - 7
 
MEMOIRS OF TOWNSHIPS:  
   - NEW HAVEN - 7
     By A. G. Stewart, Esq.
 - PORTLAND - 16
     By F. D. Parish, aided by Wm. B. Smith, John Weeden, Eleutheros cooke, Captain ezra Wells, &c.
 - RIDGEFIELD - 25
     By Daniel Sherman
     By F. W. Fowler
 
FIRE LANDS REMINISCENCES.
     By Mrs. Rebecca Bostwick, now of Danbury, Connecticut
31
FIRE LANDS REMINISCENCES
     By Mrs. Fannie Smith, Now of Greenfield, Huron County, Ohio
33
MEMOIRS OF TOWNSHIPS 36
   - BRONSON
     By Martin Kellogg, Esq.
 
FIRE LANDS REMINISCENCES
     By Mrs. Cornelia Mason
42
FIRE LANDS REMINISCENCES
     By Mrs. Elizabeth Minn, formerly Reed, now of Mason, Ingham Co., Mich.
46

 

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