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OHIO GENEALOGY EXPRESS

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Welcome to
Huron County, Ohio
History & Genealogy

 

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.
1878

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Volume XIII

 

July 1878

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

[PORTRAIT OF H O. SHELDON]
  Annual Meeting at Norwalk 1
  Quarterly Meeting at Sandusky 3
  Quarterly Meeting at Centerton 4
  Centennial Historic Address,
     by P. N. Schuyler
6
  Sandusky City,
     by A. W. Hendry
23
  Early Settlers on the Peninsula
     by C. Waterbury
30
  The Aboriginal Fire Lands,
     by S. A. Wildman
37
  Mental and Moral Characteristics of the Pioneers,
     by Rev. J. S. Broadwell
52
  History of a Vanished Settlement,
     by A. W. Hendry
61
  Benjamin Summers,
     by P. N. Schuyler
65
  Poetry 68
  Indian Works on the Huron 71
  Aunt Hannah's Advice 73
  John H. Niles,
     by C. Woodruff
74
  The Golden Milestone 76
  Monroeville, Past and Present,
     by H. M. Addison
77
  Camp Avery in 1812 80
  The Maple City,
     by P. J. Mahon
87
  Church Chronicle of Hartland 92
  Dairy Products of the Reserve 94
  OBITUARY RECORD - Names Only as of 12/20/2019 97
  REVOLUTIONARY NAMES 114
  MISCELLANEOUS
 - TRAMPS and DEMOGOGUES - 115
 - SOME THINGS THAT WERE NOT 100 YEARS AGO - 117
 - THE FIRST ROADS - 118
 - FAST AND SLOW TRAVEL - 119
 - THE ART OF LONGEVITY - 120
 - LIVE OLD MEN - 121
 - FRENCH LOVE STORY - 123
 - THE OLD FORSAKEN SCHOOLHOUSE - 124
 - THE OLD FASHIONS - 125
 - THE BIBLE - 126
115
  REV. HARRY O. SHELDON
   
(See Frontispiece)
127
  Notice to the Reader 128
  Topical Index, Vol. I to XIII 130

 

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