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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.
1920

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New Series

Volume XXI

Jan. 1920

ILLUSTRATIONS.
John T. Mack, Journalist, Sandusky - Frontispiece  
Firelands Memorial Building 2210
Steamboating in Pioneer Days 2220
Settlers Attacked by Indians 2276
A Log Cabin in Firelands Woods 2282
The Old Sandusky Platter 2285
Basil Meek, Historian, Fremont 2288
H. L. Peeke, Historian, Sandusky 2290
Dr. Leman Galpin, Milna 2294
Mrs. Electa E. Galpin, Milan 2294
A. P. Mowry, Merchant, Milan 2294
Mrs. Betsy M. Mowry, Milan 2294
E. Main St., Norwalk, in 1854 2299
Ephraim F. Barker, 2d Settler, Greenwich Tp. 2368
Mrs. Eliza Baker Barker 2377
An Old Time Flax Wheel 2380
Through the Mud 2381
Mrs. Lucy (Preston) Wickham 2394
Steamboat Walk-in-the-Water 2398
Cor. Main and Whittlesey, 1865 2402
The Wilderness of the Savage 2413
Long, Long Ago, Long Ago 2421
Gen. Daniel G. Barker, Ripley Tp. 2426
Nicholas Burch, Manufacturer, North Fairfield 2436
John D. Donaldson, Ripley Tp. 2445
Mrs. Lura Barker Donaldson 2447
Miss Lizzie F. Gallup 2451
Benjamin Charles Taber, Merchant, Norwalk 2480

RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS.
List of Officers for 1919-1920 2210
Fifty-fifth Annual Meeting 2211
Invocation, Rev. E. E. Wilson 2211
Treasurer's Report, J. A. Strutton 2213
Nominating Committee Appointed 2213
Election of Officers 2214
Historical Pageant Suggested by supt. Patterson 2216
Historical Pageant Endorsed 2218
Afternoon Session, 55th Annual Meeting 2218
Remarks on Death of the Wife of President C. P. Wickham 2218
Adjournment 2243
Quarterly Meeting, Sandusky 2243
Invocaton Rev. N. R. H. Moor 2243
Address of Welcome, Mayor R. D. Mitchell 2244
Response, Pres. C. P. Wickham 2244
Report, Committee on Arrangements, Mrs. John T. Mack 2246
Appointment of Sandusky Committee 2246
Afternoon Session, Sandusky Meeting 2247
Adjournment 2284

HISTORICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
Ohio As It Was in 1830, Easton  Gilbert 2219
Remarks, Rev. Howard A. Vernon 2225
Early Days in Macksville, M. M. Hester and James G. Gibbs 2227
Incidents of Early Settlement Norwich Tp., E. P. Snyder 2233
Tales of the Pioneers, Burwell B. Thomas 2241
Relation of Historical Society to General Culture, H. L. Peeke 2247
Address, Hon. S. A. Wildman 2257
A Long Forgotten Historical Incident, James G. Gibbs 2263
Some Old Firelands Titles, Hon. Malcolm Kelly 2269
A Brief Pioneer Romance, Mrs. Nina G. Goodwin 2275
Pages from the Lies of Two Great Men, Miss Mary E. Cooke 2277
A Pioneer Item, Mrs. Jessie Wilcox 2280
An Early Firelands Doctor, Mrs. G. F. Anderson 2280
From Yankeeland to the Firelands a Century Ago, T. B. Taylor 2280
Letters of Regret, from Hosea Paul and Albert Douglass 2283
The Old Sandusky Platter 2284
Admiral Day, A Firelands Sea Fighter 2286
Andrew arnegie's Funeral 2287
One Hundred and One Years Old 2287
Basil Meek, Ninty-one 2289
Hon. E. O. Randall's Death 2289
Hewson L. Peeke's Standard History of Erie Ohio 2291
Pay of Postmasters, 1828 2292
The Centennial of Science Lodge, Sandusky 2293
Ancient Norwalk's Academy, Seminary and Institute, J. G. Gibbs 2295
Source of Title of the Firelands, Clayton Tucker 2300
Several Golden Weddings 2302
Historic Event Recalled, C. J. Baldwin 2303
Col. W. D. Mann, Firelands Soldier 2304
The Firelands in the World War, The Editor 2305
Some Notes on Genealogy, Montgomery B. Gibbs 2306
The Original Diary (1818) of Mrs. Laura D. Clark, of Wakeman 2308
Postage Stamps 75 Years Old 2326
One Hundred Years of the Norwalk Baptist Church 2327
One Hundredth Anniversary, Sandusky Congregational Church 2347
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Norwalk.  Almost a Hundred 2353
The Honored Dead from the Firelands 2354
Wm. B. Thom Writes About the Firelands 2356
History of Webb Settlement, Ezra Webb 2358
Family Records of Pioneers -  
Taintor Family 2363
Corbin Family 2363
Root Family 2364
Latham Family 2364
Ephraim F. Parker, 2d Settler Greenwich Tp. 2366
Prentiss Family 2370
Ruggles Family 2371
Lee Family 2373
Franklin and Cleveland, W. R. Rose 2373
A Wedding Journey 1829 2374
Record of Marriages, 1835-'78, Rev. A. Newton, D. D. 2381
Home Made Cannon Balls Helped Perry Win 2393
Memoir of Mrs. Lucy (Preston) Wickham 2394
The Firelands in the World's Work 2402
Job Fish's School 2409
Eleutheros Cooke to David Campbell 2411
Cordage for Perry's Fleet 2413
How to Compile a Family Pedigree, Montgomery B. Gibbs 2415
Few Civil War Officers Remain 2419
First Ocean Steamship 2419
A Sale of Old Letters 2420
At Seventy-Three 2421
Bulletin of the F. H. S., with Names of Past Presidents, Benefactors and Life Members 2490
Table of Contents 2495

OBITUARIES.
Alphabetically Arranged From Page 2422 to Page 2489 inclusive ( IN PROCESS )

 

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