Ohio's Western Reserve: A Regional Reader

By: Editors-Harry F. Lupold, Gladys Haddad

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GOOD+ Cover worn, small tear on bottom spine edge tape repaired. No marks in text. Binding square. . . . . . . . Table of Contents: PART I: CONQUEST AND SETTLEMENT: Native Americans to New Englanders -- 1.) The Beaver Wars and the destruction of the Erie nation by Phillip R. Shriver -- 2.) Archaeology and history: some suggestions from the historian's viewpoint by Jare R. Cardinal and Eric J. Cardinal -- 3.) With Moses Cleaveland's surveying party, 1796 by John Milton Holley -- 4.) Early migration to the Western Reserve by George W. Knepper -- 5.) The Firelands and the settlement of Vermilion by Thomas A. Smith -- 6.) Samuel Huntington: a Connecticut aristocrat on the Ohio frontier by Jeffrey P. Brown -- PART II: THE PIONEERS: Town building, society, and the emergence of an economy -- 7.) David Hudson : the howling wilderness by Grace Goulder Izant -- 8.) Frontier living conditions in Kirtland by Christopher Gore Crary -- 9.) Cleveland as canal town by William D. Ellis -- 10.) Fairport : the transformation of a Lake Erie port, 1812-1870 by Harry F. Lupold -- 11.) Eastern criticism of frontier religion by Zerah Hawley -- 12.) Shakers and Mormons in the early Western Reserve : a contrast in life styles by Robert A. Wheeler -- 13.) The first women's colleges by Gladys Haddad -- 14.) Student life at Western Reserve College by C.H. Cramer -- PART III: THE TRANSITION YEARS: Slavery, the Civil War, and the Reserve in national politics, 1850-1880 -- 15.) 1820-1860 Anti-slavery activities in a Western Reserve county by Harry F. Lupold -- 16.) Oberlin-Wellington rescue cases, 1858-1859 by Elroy M. Avery -- 17.) Lincoln and rumors of war: Cleveland Plain Dealer, March 4, April 5, 6, 8, 1861 -- 18.) Cleveland during the Civil War by Kenneth E. Davison -- 19.) Civil War prisons : Johnson's Island by Edward T. Downer -- 20.) Building the railroads by Harlan Hatcher -- 21.) Garfield's front porch campaign : the mentor scene by Frederick D. Williams -- 22.) The funeral of the century: James A. Garfield by Allan Peskin -- PART IV: A CHANGING LEGACY: Industrialism, ethnicity, and the age of reform -- 23.) Personalities of an era ... intersections : Rockefeller, Mather, Tarbell by Gladys Haddad -- 24.) When Euclid Avenue was somebody by Peter Jedick -- 25.) A couple of giants: Mark Hanna and Tom Johnson by Eugene C. Murdock -- 26.) Northeastern Ohio's Mennonite and Amish folk by Thomas L. Newcomb -- 27.) Social reform and philanthropic order in Cleveland, 1896-1920 by John J. Grabowski -- 28.) Racism at high tide: Cleveland, 1915-1920 by Kenneth L. Kusmer -- * EPILOGUE: New England and the Western Reserve in the nineteenth century: some suggestions by Eric J. Cardinal.

Title: Ohio's Western Reserve: A Regional Reader

Author Name: Editors-Harry F. Lupold, Gladys Haddad

Categories: Local Interest,

Publisher: The Kent State University Press: September 1988

ISBN Number: 0873383729

ISBN Number 13: 9780873383721

Size: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Used - Good

Seller ID: 81705