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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.
1865

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Volume VI

 

Jun. 1865

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Meeting, Norwalk 1
Meeting, Perkins 3
Meeting, Monroeville 5
Obituary Notice of Hon. E. Cooke 8
Cooke E., Biographical notice of 8
Perkins, some account of its settlement 9
Perkins, personal reminiscences of Jesse Taylor and others 18
Lockwood Family 21
Baker R., early settlement of Perkins by 23
War on Wolves 25
Wolves, Waron 25
Firelands, Survey of by Hoyt 27
Death of a Pioneer Editor of the Reserve 29
Webb, Thomas D., death of 29
Pioneer Settler of Sandusky 33
Garrison, John, Autobiography of 33
Account of the Murder of Wood & Bishop 43
Wood, murdered by Indians 57
   
Bronson, Early Settlement of 52
Clarion, Sandusky 54
Pioneers, evenings with 51
Sandusky Clarion, or Evenings with the Pioneers  
Clarksfield, one of the earliest settlers of 58
Wood, Ezra, Genealogy or 58
Cleveland in 1796 - 59
Oliver Culver 59
Nuptials, announced in Sandusky Clarion 101
Chicago Tribune and Press, History of 102
Obituary Noticesq 115
Notices, Obituaries 115
Home, Our Summer 60
Dover, pioneer meeting at 62
Pioneer Meeting at Toledo 64
Rogers family 65
Golden Wedding at Hudson 66
Hartford Courant 67
Relic, a Revolutionary 68
Miscellaneous 69
Fifty Years Ago and Now - No. 1 69
Fifty Years Ago and Now - No. 2 70
Relics, Indian 71
Williams County, early history of 73
Case, late Leonard, life and character of 75
Claybourn, John H., oldest citizen of Chicago 77
Pierce, Mrs. Polly, reminiscences of 79
Annual Meeting, Secretary's Report at 80
Robinson, Wm., sketch of the life of 83
Fire Lands Historical Society, Members of 84
Pioneer Wolf in Sheep's Clothing 94
Steamboats, Lake 96
Origin of the Stars and Stripes 96
American Book, first published 97
Preference, primitive 98
Forty Years Ago 99
Affection, Conjugal of an Indian 99
Great Lakes 99
Gass Springs 100
Oil and Gass Springs 100
Burning Springs 100
About the Old Folks 101
Illinois, Origin of its Name 101
ERRATA 123

ERRATA

Page 50, 1st col., 27th line, for "Tyler Peck," read "Taylor Peck."
Page 50, 2d col., 7th line, read residence Burton: Children: Daniel, &c.
Page 52, 1st col., 22d and 24th lines, for "He" read "We"
Page 52, 2d col., put period after "George"
Page 53, 2d col., for "1832," 5th line from bottom, read "1829."
Page 55, 1st col.,. 11th line, for "W. Carter," read "N. Carter."
Page 55, 2d column, 3d line, put period after "others" and insert after it "Our people are paying much attention to Woll growing and art." &c., &c.
Page 55, 2d col., 7th line from bottom, for "Tholia" read "Thalia."
Page 58, 2d col., for "Richland" read "Crawford."
Page 59, 2d col., 18th line from Bottom, before "Sandstone," insert so as to read - Slatestone formation when the lime and slate are mingled together and again driven South on to the "Sandstone formation where all three, &c.  Same column 10th line from bottomo for "Swamps" read "Surface."
Page 60, 1st col., 17th and 18th lines strike out "running Eastward and Northwesterly," and read, - they swung Eastward and Northeasterly, &c.
Page 62, 2d col., for "Lemuel Sherman," read "Edward Sherman."
Page 66, 1st col., for "Coytazine," read "Coglazier."
Page 43, 2nd col., 3d line from bottom read "Contributors."
Page 44, 1st col., 4th line from bottom read "with the usual," & c.
Page 44, 2d col., 18th line from bottom read "blows" for "blow."
Page 45, 1st col., 14th line from bottom, make period after "Murderers."
Page 45, 2d col., place quotation marks before "Negonaba" and after "guilty."
Page 46, 1st col., 31st line, read "recovered" for "recorded."
Page 47, 2d col., 13th line, connect sentence thus - "what they meant, in the following manner," &c.
Page 48, 1st col., for "Jubez," read "Jabez."
Page 80, 2d col., 4th line from bottom for "provisions." read "provision."
Page 82, 1st col., for present, read "Pleasant occasions," &c.
Page 82, 2d col., 1st line - put a period after "Shore.
Page 85, for Henry Chapin read Henry Chapin*
Page 87, for Mared Green "Glastenburg" read "Glastenbury"

 

 

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