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Crawford, Wayne, 1961

Crawford, William, 29

Crestline, 395, 402

Crestline Advocate, 395

Cridersville, 384

Crist, Elwood O., 305

Crites, Stephen D., 1653

Crockett, Davy, 1651

Crockett, Malcolm, 1650

Croghan, George, 12, 143

Croghansville, 565

Crook, Alice, 2196

Crook, Edward W., 2194

Crowe, J. J. 1422

Crowell, Frank, 1788

Crozier, Stephen A., 906

Crystal Cave, 1387

Cubberley, Nellie (Cook), 1221

Cuff, Frederick V., 1223

Cuff, John F., 1223

Cuff, John v., 1222

Cuff, William A., 1223

Culbert, Albert E., 1956

Cummings, Harry W., 1441

Cummings,- Eobert, 998

Cummins, John, 1621

Cunningham, Arthur A., 2098

Cunningham, William, 360

Curtis, C. Locke, 1918

Custar, 643

Cut glass, 2088

Cygnet, 642

Cygnet Savings Bank, 2060

Baiber, Etha, 1027
Daiher, John, 1026
D 'Alton, John C, 1023
Paly, Francis, 1860
Daly, William S., 1859
Daman, Theodore. 730
Damman, Henry F., 1760



Damschroder, Christopher H., 1472
Damschroder, J. H., 1472
"Daniel Boone of Northwest Ohio," 1239
Daniel, Charles F., 2215
Daniels, Henry, 2197
Darby, M. Hart, 1801
Daudt, Christopher, 1124
Daum, Charles H., 2104
Davies, Thomas, 1108
Davies, William T., 1698
Davis, Charles M., 2226
Davis, Eugene L., 1144
Davis, James H., 844
Davis, Eobert K., 1648
Davison, Hamilton, 359
Davison, John, 1810
Dawley, Byron W., 1068
Day, Frank W., 1946
Day, J. M., 1561
Day, James H., 836
Day, John J., 1499
Dayton & Michigan Railroad, 544
Deal, W. H., 1982
Dean, George C, 2103
Dean, James L., 1319
Dean, William M., 1654
Decko, WUliam M., 952

Dedication of Ohio-Michigan boundary ter-
minus, 238
Deer, 68, 375, 417, 615
Defiance, 13, 109, 406, 410
Defiance Banner, 412
Defiance College, 327, 1950
Defiance College Buildings (view), 405
Defiance Company, 264

Defiance county, 239, 404; enlistments in the
Civil War, 264, 265; pioneers, 405; forma-
tion of county, 407; lawyers, 408; press,
412; churches, 413
Defiance Crescent-News, 412
Defiance Democrat, 412
Defiance Poultry and Pet Stock Association,

2245
Degnan, Peter H., 1279
Degnan, Walter, 1279
DeGraff, Henry, 1446
Dehnbostel, William, 868
Dehnke, Henry, 779
Deisler, Louis, 1596
Delph, Otis W., 1751
Delphey, John P., 1120
Delphos, 372; first newspaper, 611
Delta, 420, 427
Delta Avalanche, 423
Democrat Printing Co., 735
Democratic Expositor, Wauseon, 423
Denman, Ulysses G., 483, 677
DeEan, Dennis, 1928
DeEan H. C, 1928
Der Deutsche Demokrat, 470
Derrick, Gibsonburg, 2112
Desgranges Family, 1752
Desgranges, John W., 1752
Deshler, 473
Detjen, Henry, 723
Detmer, Charles L., 1851
DeTray, Ervin M., 1191
Detroit center for Indians, 25
Detwiler, George K., 1105
Detwiler, Isaac H., 1104



INDEX



DeVilbiss, Thomas A., 2251

Diekena, Charles, 185

Dickman, C. H., 768

Diebley, William E., 1970

Diehl, Harvey B., 867

Diehl, Mary E., 867

Diemer, Francis P., 1236

Diemer, Joseph J., 1750

Dietriek, Joseph, 1795

Dietrick, Mathias F., 942

Dietriek, Mathias J., 1837

Dietrick, William N., 1838

Dildine, Daniel, Jr., 2226

Dillery, William H., 2087

Dilsaver, Amos, 1773

Dime Savings Bank Company of Toledo, 1380

Dime Savings Bank of Toledo, 1090

Dirk, John V., 2189

Dirlam, Ashley H., 2132

Dirr, Charles, 2084

Dirr, Jacob, 1898

Dirr, Peter, 1899

Dittenhaver, Guy C, 2175

Dix, Stephen S., 1713

Dixon, 612

Dodge, Elliot J., 1506

Dodge, Lewis C, 1557

Dola, 460

Dolph, George P., 1268

Donaldsons, The, 802

Donart, O. W., 1964

Donnell, Otto D., 1411

Donnelly, Patrick H., 842

Donhenwirth, George, 2251

Donovan, Dennis D., 689

Donovan, James, 1225

Donovan, John, 1823

Donzy, Henry S., 2029

Donzy, Sarah E., 2030

Dorcas Carev Public Library, The, 1897

Dore, Frank T., 2021

Dorney, E. J., 2069

Dorsey, Homer O., 2102

Dotson, Francis M., 1063

Doty Brothers, 1956

Doty, Harry C, 1956

Doty, Harve, 1956

Douty, John H., 1241

Downing, S. W., 1501

Doyle, John H., 483, 1853

Drawing knife, 219

Drewes, George H., 1521

Drewes, Henry, 932

Dromgold, Stewart T., 1467

Duohouquet, Francis, 381

Duck, John, 1100

Duck, William B., 1101

Duding, Ferdinand A., 1784

Dudley massacre, 125

Duff, Alfred L., 1460

Duff, John B., 2074

Duffey, Warren J., 694

Duggan, Charles B., 1376

Duhme, William, 1532

Dull, H. Taylor, 1779

Dunbar, Paul L., poems of, 1531

Dunipace, William, 2190

Dunkirk, 460

Dunkirk Standard, 460

Dunlap, Thomas R., 1568

Dunn, Charles F., 1478



Dunn, Elijah T., 1589
DuPont, William J., 2228
Durbin Bank, McClure, 1820
Durbin, Clark T., 1821
Durbin, Dickinson L., 1820
Durfee, Edward, 2230
Durham, John W., 1396
Dutch oven, 220
Duttweiler, Frederick W., 1113
Dwiggins, Charles B., 1587

Early forts, 9

Early Ohio, 1661

Early sehoolhouses, 222

Easley, Jacob N., 2123

East, William S., 2172

Eastman, Ephraira R., 1889: military career,

1889
Edgar, David H., 1576
Edgerton, 623
Edon, 623

Educational institutions, 321
Edwards, Samuel E., 1239
Edwards, Thomas J., 1239
Eggleston, Albert J., 729
Eickhoff, Henry, 849

Eighth Regiment, Volunteer Infantry, 278
Eighty-second Regiment, 265
Eisaman, Henry M., 1997
Eisaman, William C, 1836
Eiting, J. W., 751
Elarton, John W., 870
Elder, J. S., 2049
Elgin, 612

Ellis, William E., 1617
Elmore, 528
Ellithorpe, James, 1579
Ellsworth, William W., 1806
Emery-Butler Sanitarium, 1076
Emery, C. Sumner, 1076
Emrick, E. J., 788
Engel, Chris P., 1504
English traders, 6
Enlistments in the Civil War, 264
Ensminger, Andrew A., 2171
Episcopal church, 305
Eppstein, Joseph O., 969
Erie & Kalamazoo Railroad, 255
Evans, E. W., 1617
Evans' map (1755), 6
Evansport, 415
Everett, Clayton W., 1353
Ewald, Josejjh N., 1971
Ewing, Jay D., 1867
Ewing, J. Lee, 2183
Ewing, Phillip W., 2266
Express service, originated at Albany, 2233

Falardeau, Victor M., 1019

Falk, Max H., 822

Fangboner, John, 2083

Farmers and Citizens Bank, Payne, 2134

Farmers Bank of Spencerville, 732

Farmers National Bank, Bryan, 2028

Farnsworth, Watson W., 1311

Fassett, Elias, 999

Fassett, Hamilton H., 1988

Fassett, Margaret L., 1988

Faulkner, Carlos W., 805

Faweett, Clinton W., 2130

Fawley, David A., 1742



INDEX



Fayette, 428

Fayette Review, 423

Fayram, Henry, 1911

Feehan, James P., 1743

Feighner, L. C, 2138

Feltz, George, 832

Feltz, L. A., 832

Fenwiek, Bishop Edward, 313

Ferris, Governor, 238

Fifteenth. Ohio Infantry, 263

Fifty-seventh Regiment, 265

Finch, Carl D., 1938

Finch Engineering Company, 1958

Findlay, 107, 441; first frame house, 441;

churches, 441; fraternal organizations,

442
Findlay Business Training School, 1649
Findlay College, 325
Findlay Jeffersonian, 440
Findlay Natural Gas Company, 443
Findlay Public Library, 2008
Findlay Weekly Republican, 441
Finley, James B., 223
Finley, James B. (portrait), 178
Finley, James B., Preaching to the Wyau-

dots (view), 180
Fire-bugs, 624
Firmin, John M., 1585
First Catholic Bishop of Toledo, 1854
First craft on Maumee River, 244
First large standpipe in the world, 1218
First Methodist service, 306
First National Bank of Ada, 1569
First National Bank of Defiance, 2245
First National Bank of Dunkirk, 816
First National Bank of Elmore, 1475
First National Bank of Fremont, 1344
First National Bank of Oak Harbor, 1584
First National Bank of North Baltimore,

2050
First National Bank of Toledo, 667, 681
First National Bank of Upper Sandusky,

2147
First National Bank of Weston, 2184, 2203
First permanent church edifice, 309
First piano brought to Lower Sandusky,

814
First Railroad in Northwest Ohio (view),

258
First religious services, 303
First symphony orchestra in Toledo, 1087
Fiser, Alice E., 1587
Fishell, William J., 1638
Fisher, Charles E., 1737
Fisher, Charles W., 1629
Fisher, E. W., 1983
Fisher. Emmet E., 1685
Fisher, John, 1539
Fisher, Magdalena, 1630
Fisher, W. C, 1729
Fitch, Hudson, 1133
Flail, 219
Flatboats, 374
Flax hatchel, 219
Fleming, Clarence L., 1556
Flood of 1913, 571, 594
Florida, 474

Flower Deaconess Home and Hospital, 307
Flower Home for Girls, 308
Flower, Stevens W., 1392
Fogg, Thomas B., 716



Folger, Jacob, 2254

FoUett, Albert, 1643

Follett, Emma J., 1643

Foltz, George W., 1979

Foneanon, Hiram H., 901

Ford, George H., 1974

Forest, 459

Forest, clearing of, 217

Fort Amanda, 356, 373

Fort Ball, 110, 590

Fori Barbee, 109

Fort Defiance, 76, 110, 404, 410, 2245

Fort Defiance as Restored (view), 77

Fort Findlay, 432

Fort Findlay, 1812 (view), 107

Fort Findlay, Site of (view), 431

Fort Industry, 100, 335

Fort MeArthur, 106, 445

Fort MeArthur Burying Ground (view), 106

Fort Meigs, 475; siege of, 116, 117

Fort Meigs (view), 117

Fort Meigs Monument (view), 637

Fort Miami, 3, 8, 73, 87, 94, 111, 114, 195,

489
Fort Miami (view), 88
Fort Necessity, 107
Fort Recover}', 65, 509, 519
Fort Recovery Bank, 784
Fort Recovery Monument (view), 510
Fort Recovery, Old Flagstaff from (view),

73
Fort Sandoski, 10
Fort Sandoski, Monument Marking Site

(view), 133
Fort Seneca, 138, 150, 578
Port Stephenson, Attack on (view), 141
Fort Stephenson, defense of, 132
Fort St. Marys, 374
Fort Winchester, 111, 404
Forty-ninth Regiment, 265
Foster, Charles, 2079
Foster, Charles (portrait), 290
Foster, Charles W., 596
Foster, Marion G., 1590
Foster, Michael L., 1638
Fostnaught Family, The, 1708
Fostnaught, James, 1708
Fostnaught, Perry, 1709
Fostnaught, Peter, 1710
Fostnaught, Timothy, 1710
Fostnaught, William, 1710
Fostoria, 595
Fostoria Academy, 597
Fostoria Daily Review, 587, 1926
Fostoria Democrat, 587
Fourot, Benjamin C, 369
Fourteenth Ohio Regiment, 264
Fourteenth Regiment, Volunteer Infantry,

278
Fowler, John W., 1351
Fox, Everett E., 1455
Fox, Frank W., 1371
Fox, George F., 936
Fox, Harry S., 1029
Fox, H. C, 825
Fox, Joseph F., 1044
Fox, Nicholas, 1502
Fox, Simon, 1370
Fox, Stewart A., 1371
Fox, Walter M., 1226
Foxes, 68



INDEX



Francis, Owen, 828

Franz, Elizabeth, 1843

Franz, John, 945

Franz, William, 1842

Frazier, David J., 1780

Frazier, F. M., 2216

Frease, Charles C, 1250

Frease, John H., 1189

Frease, Lillian M., 1233

Frease, Winfield S., 1233

Frederick, Frank H., 2219

Frederick, William H., 2025

Freedom Valley Stock Farm, 783

Freight rates, early, 257

Fremont, 20, 135, 140, 192, 241, 245, 568;
first schoolhouse in, 568; churches, 569;
banks, 570

Fremont & Indiana Railroad, 259

Fremont Courier, 568

Fremont Daily Messenger, 568, 2090

Fremont in 1846 (view), 569

Fremont Journal, 567

Fremont News, 568

French, Leonard E., 1382

French take possession, 4

Frese, Louis, 1475, 1592

Frey, William J., 1402

Frick, Daniel, 1904

Friek, Esther, 1904

Friedman, Charles K., 1131

Fries, Edward M., 1936

Fronce, Samuel J., 955

Frysinger, Augustus, 748

Frysinger, Cale, 748

Fulks, Charles L., 816

Fuller, John W., 265, 268, 1073

Fuller, Marcellus B., 1675

Fuller, Eathbun, 1075

Fulton county, 416; enlistments in the Civil
War, 264, 265; pioneers, 417; first court-
house, 419; lawyers, 420; physicians, 421;
newspapers, 422; tornadoes, 423; pioneer
experiences, 1891
Fulton County Tribune, 423
Fulton, George B., 2148
Fulton Line, 229

Gackel, William J., 1481

Gallon, 388, 394, 400; pioneers, 401; first

schoolhouse, 402
Galion Inquirer, 395
Galion Leader, 395
Gallier, John F., 1919
Galvin, LeRoy S., 1721
Gamble, Burton O., 1138
Gamble Motor Car Company, 1139
Gardner, Nathan, 1011
Gardner, Robert S., 1012
Gas, 366, 380, 442, 538, 567
Gascoyne, George E., 726
Gates, Joseph 8., 298
Gates, Norford S., 1987
Gathmann, Harmon C, 1187
Gathmann, Mary, 1188
Gautsehi, Frederick H., 1527
Gaynor, Paul T., 1614
Gearhart, Christian, 1180
Geiger, Jacob, 2222
Gemelch, Louis, 1578
Genoa, 528
Geology, 239



Gerfen, E., 2100

Gericke, Louisa, 879

Gerieke, William, 879

Gerken, Fred, 1802

Gerken, Herman, 872

Gerken, Herman, 1566

Giauque, Florien, 2062

Gibbs, Thomas, 1265

Gibsonburg, 572

Gibson, General, 265

Gibson Monument, Tiffin (view), 271

Gibson, William H., 270

Gilboa, 556

Gill, Ezra G., 2057

Gill, Wmiam J., 1303

Gillespie, Ralph S., 1912

Gillette, Joseph, 1884

Gillette, William J., 664

Gilliland, Thaddeus S., 601

Gillis, Simeon, 2144

Gilson, Boston, 1564

Gilson, Elmer D., 1164

Girty, George, 43

Girty's Island at Napoleon (view), 44

Girty, James, 43, 382

Girty, Simon, 43

Gist, Christopher, 11

Glaciers, 239; determining flow of water, 240

Glandorf, 557

Glass Block Company, 1729

Glass, John, 468

Glass manufacture, 2089

Gleason, Lofnis E., 740

Glessner Company, The, 865

Glessner, Leonard C, 865

Glosser, Frank D., 2187

Gluss, Fred, 1793

Gohlke, August F. W., 1695

"Golden Rule" Jones, 2237

Golden Rule police judge, 1038

Good, Gerald L., 2205

Good, William H., 1960

Gordon, Charles E., 1691

Gordon Lumber & Basket Manufacturing Co.,

The, 1695
Gorsuch, George A., 1951
Gosling, John A., 2126
Gottlieb, D. S., 2030
Graham, Charles A., 2066
Gramling, Adam, 1636
Gramling, Alice, 1637
Gramling, Hezekiah, 847
Granim, Benjamin A., 1609
Grand Rapids, 640
Grantham, Barfield B., 1127
Graves, Charles H., 483, 678
Graves, Henry F., 2133
Gray, Clarence, 1944
Gray, Harry S., 926
Gray, Peter W., 1419
Gray, William M., 1944
Greater Toledo, inaugurated, 1107
Green, Charles W., 2074
Green county, original settler, 743
Green, William, 387
Greenaway, Thomas J., 1429
Greene, John W., 1046
Greene, The J. W. Company, 1046
Greenspring, 573
Greenville Treaty, first signatures to, 92



INDEX



Gribbell, Fred, 1824

Grimm, Eugene, 768

Groenewold, Bernard, 1438

GroU Brothers, 898

GroU, Charles T., 898

GroU, David J., 898

GroU, John J., 944

GrosswiUer, Joseph ¥., 1280

Grosswiller, Joseph F. Company, 1280

Grove HiU, 541

Groves, James A., 1456

Grummel, PhiUip, 1923

Grzezinski, Stanley A., 2086

Guardian Trust & Savings Bank of Toledo,

712
Guenther, Charles R., 1279
Guise, John M., 1622
Guitteau, William B., 1444
Gunn, Fred A., 1484
Gunn, Forrest L., 1437
Gunn, Lyman S., 1512
Gunnell, George, 1426
Gurley, Leonard B., 296
Guthery, F. E. 2118
Gutmann, John N., 764

Haag, Daniel E., 920

Hafner, John W., 1965

Hahn, Antone, 1245

Hahn, George P., 1245

Hahn, Herman J., 774

Hale, E. B., 743

Hall, Harry J., 1929

Hall, Hiram E., 2179

Halleek, Frank D., 1886

HaUowell, Linford, 2050

Halsema, John C, 763

Hamilton, Allen Beecher, 701

Hamilton county, 1792 (map), 96

Hamilton, James K., 700

Hamilton, Thomas E., 1668

Hamilton, "William M., 1112

Hammer, Abraham J., 1369

Hammer, Irving H., 1369

Hancock county, 430; enlistments in the
Civil war, 264, 265; pioneers, 432; first
schoolhouse, 435; lawyers, 439; physicians,
439; courthouse, 440; newspapers, 440

Hancock county bar, 2102

Hanifan, Mathew W., 1986

Hanna, James W., 1261

Hanson, Clifford T., 1162

Hard Hickory, 170

Hardin county, 445; enlistments in the Civil
war, 264, 265; pioneers, 446; lawyers, 450;
physicians, 450; newspapers, 451; banks,
452; courthouse, 453

Hardin County Democrat, 452

Hardin County Pioneer Association, 454

Hardin County Kepublican, 451

Harding, Warren G., 2266

Harding, Warren G. (portrait), 289

Hardy Banking Co., North Baltimore, 2054

Hare, Cyrus D., 644, 1881

Harman, William H., 1798

Harmar, Josiah, 57; expedition, 57

Harmon, Simon, 1454

Harmon, William M., 917

Harper, George E., 1694

Harpster, 660

Harrington, N. E., 1954



Harris Line, 229

Harris, Robert L., 1434

Harris, WiUiam H., 972

Harrison, Arthur M., 2245

Harrison Boulder, 239

Harrison, Eugene B., 1204

Harrison, Mary, 1205

Harrison-Perry Embarkation Monument,
Tablet on, 135

Harrison, William H., 85, 95, 138

Harrison, WUliam H. (portrait), 108

Harrod, Miner, 745

Harroun, Charles F., 1287

Harroun, Minerva A., 1287

Harsch, Paul A., 1048

Hartman, George W., 2079

Hartman, H. A., 2200

Hartman, John V., 1422

Hartman, Levi, 1211

Hartman, Walter, 2046

Harvesting, 218

Hashbarger, Samuel R., 1195

Hatcher, Charles E., 1515

Hatcher, Martha, 2199

Hatcher, William P., 933

Hatcher, WiUiam H., 2198

Hattery, J. E., 819

Haughton, Fred, 1346

Hauman, George B., 2155

Haverbeck, John T., 1746

Haviland, 541

Hawk, Abel J., 889

Hawkins, Henry V., 153

Hay, Frederick L., 1960

Hav, V. H., 1681

Hayes, Belle, 1149

Hayes Library Americana, 1340

Hayes, Lucy "W., 576

Hayes Mansion, 573

Hayes Memorial Library Building, 577

Hayes, Rutherford B., 265, 280, 573, 1335

Hayes, Thomas B., 1148

Hayes, Webb C, 573, 576, 1340

Havward, C. D., 1621

Heap, J. E., 1206

Heckler, Daniel A., 1182

Heckler, Philip, 1750

Hehmeyer, Fred, 826

Heidelberg University, 321

Heinemann, Gustav, 1507

Heitman, WiUiam, 1513

Helfrich, Stephen, 1318

Heller, Samuel M., 710

Heller Memorial Hospital (Samuel M.), 711

Heminger, Mark T., 2038

Henderson, Lillian, 755

Henderson, Eobert D., 2223

Henkel Company, The, 876

Henry County, 230, 461; enlistments in the
Civil war, 264, 265; lawyers, 466; physi-
cians, 467 ; pioneers, 462, 780, 839, 847, 940,
1240, 1619, 1660, 1731, 1878, 2085; first
automobile, 2085

Henry County Agricultural Fair, 467

Henry County Bank, 795

Henry County Grange Fair, 467

Henry County Old Court House (view), 465

Henry County Signal, 470

Henry, Daniel C, 1878

Henzler, Charles J., 1304

Henzler, Garfield F., 1305



INDEX



Herbster, Herman A., 1386

HerkenhofE, Charles F., 785

.Herr, Albert H., 1463

Herr, Henry, 1768

Herriff, Briee B., 1881

Herzing, Albert, 1733

Hettel, Edward A., 1616

Hettel, Mary B., 1616

Hibbard, Burt, 1646

Hickory, Hard, 170

Hicksville, 414, 2194

Hiett, Emery R., 986

Hiett, Irving B., 1062

Hiett, Company, The Irving B., 1154

Hiett, John W., 1061

Hiett, Oliver N., 1153

Higby, David W., 800

Higgins, David, 466

Hildebrand, Samuel, 1411

Hill, Avery S., 1375

Hill, Charles W., 265, 269, 1367

Hill, Herman A., 988

Hine, Theodore B., 1252

Hinton, Ora L., 1513

Hirshberg, Herbert S., 1128

Hirschberger, John F., 1635

Historic Sites in Northwest Ohio (map), 3

Hoadly, Jared, 418

Hoag, Mary E. S., 1316

Hoag, Walter W., 1317

Hoch, Charles, 1633

Hoch, Jacob C, 1617

Hocking Valley & Toledo EaUway, 259

Hockman, Peter, 1747

Hoerath, O. W., 761

Hoffman, Andrew, 947

Hoffman, Charles P., 845

Hoffman, Jacob J., 1748

Hoffman, Mathias, 1637

Hoge, Herman H., 764

Hogrefe, Dietrich, 870

Hogue, F. K., 1969

HoUes, Alonzo, 1071

Holbrook, George W., 375

Holbrook, Ralph S., 1078

Holeomb, Horace, 1403

Holding, Anna L., 1157

Holdridge, Hiram A., 1606

Holgate, 474

Holl, George W., 749

Holland, 491

Hollenbeck, Daniel K., 626, 1940

Hoist, William O., 1373

Home Banking Company, Gibsonburg, 2103

Home Building, Savings & Loan Co., Marion,
2141

Hoops, J. August, 1817

Hoops, J. Henry L., 1895

Hopkins, F. M., 1926

Hopley, John E., 301, 385, 1910

Hopper, Wmiam R., 2125

Horn, George J., 1631

Hornung, Jacob, 1660

Hornung, Julia W., 1662

"Horton Hall," 1161

Hosford, Asa, 388

Hosford, William, 401

Hosier, A. D., 1886

Hosier, William F., 1395

Hotel Boody, 696

Houck, W. E., 758



Hough, WilUam L., 1993

"House-raising," 215

Household utensils. Old Time, (view), 219

Houser, Bruce, 1991

Hover, Bryant G., 801

Hover, William E., 1603

Howard, E. B., 1506

Howe, Clark D., 1381

Hoyer, A. J., 2054

Hoyng, Joseph F., 841

Hoytville, 642

Hubach, William G., 2137

Hubbs, W. P., 1443

Huber, Edward, 506, 2260

Huber Manufacturing Company, 2260

Huber, Thomas P., 978

Huddle, John, 1141

Hudson, Harry P., 1967

Hudson, Shadraeh, 529

Huenke, Louis, 951

Hughes, Hugh, 2024

Hughes, Roland A., 2060

Hull, Edward E., 2003

Hull, Levi, last settler killed by Indians, 188

Hull, William, 104

Hull's surrender, 108

Hull 's Trail, 105

Hultgen, Francis L., 578, 2073

Hulse, Jonas J., 2268

Huner, Carl D., 781

Huner, Fred, 922

Huner, Henry, 887

Hunter, Charles L., 1732

Huntley, J. H., 1500

Huntington, James E., 1917

Hunting trophies, 1783

Huntsman, Wellington T., 1812

Hurons, 11

Husking bees, 221

Huss, Nicholas, 1845

Hutchins, Thomas, map in 1776, 6

Hutton, Laura J., 2009

Hutton, William J., 2009

Ice, Jacob, 375

Illinois Country, 27

Illustrations, Maumee River, 8; Pontiac, 14;
Monument on Olentangy Battle Field,
Crawford County, 36; Burning of Col.
Crawford by Indians in 1782 in Wyandot
county, 40; Girty's Island at Napoleon, 44;
Anthony Wayne, 70; Old Flagstaff from
Fort Recovery, Mercer County, 73; Fort
Defiance as Restored, 77; Death of Captain
Wells, 80; Little Turtle, 84; Historic Tur-
key Foot Rock along Maumee River, 86;
Rear of Fort Miami, 88; Edward Tiffin,
98; Fort Mc Arthur Burying Ground, 106;
Fort Findlay, 1812, 107; William H. Harri-
son, 108; Fort Meigs, 117; Indian Elm at
Maumee, 121; Monument Marking Site of
Fort Sandoski, 133; Daniel Boone, 136;
Tecumseh, 137; Attack on Fort Stephen-
son, 141; "Old Betsey," 144; Perry's Vic-
tory at Put-in-Bay, 148; Perry's Victory
Monument, 151; Indians in Canoes, 153;
Old Shawnee Council House near Lima,
154; Execution of Seneca John, 157; In-
dian Portage, 165; James B. Finley, 178;
James B. Finley IJreaching to the Wyan-



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dots, ISO; Old Mission Church at Upper
Sandusky Before Restoration, 182; Old
Mission House near Waterville, 209; Relie
of the Pioneer Days, 214; Pioneer Fireplace,
216; Old-time Household Utensils, 219;
Governor Willis and Governor Ferris at
Dedication of New Ohio-Michigan Bound-
ary Terminus, 238; Old Canal Boat, 250;
A Picturesque Old Lock on the Miami and
Erie Canal, 251; Stage Coach, 255; First
Railroad in Northwest Ohio, 258; Com-
pany K, Fourth Volunteer Infantry, 263;
William Harvey Gibson Monument, 271;
United States Prison Quarters on John-
son's Island, 274; Rutherford B. Hayes,
281; Morrison R. Waite, 285; Calvin S.
Brice, 287; Warren G. Harding, 289;
Charles Fostor, 290; Court House at To-
ledo, 333; Toledo in 1852, 334; Oldest
Church Building in Toledo, 347; Last
Council House of Shawnee Indians in
Allen County, 357; Allen County's First
Court House, Lima, 359, 367; Oil Tank
Fire near Lima, 366; Court House, Wapa-
koneta, 377; Scioto Trail at Bucyrus, 396;
Defiance College Buildings, 405; Site of
Fort Findlay, 431; Buckminster Tavern,
446; Wheeler Tavern, 448, 449; Corn Field,
Henry County, 462; Henry County Old
Court House, 465; A Quiet Reach of the
Maumee, 477; Lucas County Court House
at Maumee, 478; Fort Miami, 489; New
High School, Marion, 502; Fort Recovery
Monument, 510; West Side Public and
Celina Public High School, 517; Along
the Picturesque Shore of Lake Erie, 523;
Put-in-Bay from Perry Monument, 526;
Lighthouse at Marblehead, 527; Paulding
County Court House, 533; High School
Building, Ottawa, 552; Putnam County
Court House, Ottawa, 553; Water Works
and Park, Ottawa, 554; Fremont in 1846,
569; Postoffiee, Tiffin, 591; Y. W. C. A.,
Van Wert, 610; Williams County Court
House, Bryan, 617; Scenic Road in North-
west Ohio, 630; Fort Meigs Monument,
637; Old Indian Jail at Upper Sandusky,
648; Mill Stone from Old Indian Mill,
Upper Sandusky, 659
Independent Voters Movement of Toledo,

706
Indian cemeteries, 382
Indian Elm at Maumee (view), 121
Indian Jail at Upper Sandusky (view), 648
Indian Portage (view), 165
Indians in Canoes (view), 153
Indians disappearance of, 19; sympathies
with the British, 25; inactive during first
years of Revolutionary War, 25; number
of, 153; characteristics, 158; doctors, 162;
chiefs, 167; honor, 172; passing of, 187;
thirst for intoxicating liquor, 189
Iron furnaces, 253
Iroquois Indians, 5, 153
Irving, Elizabeth M., 1592
Irving, John D., 1591
Irwin, Samuel L., 1971
Irwin, William E., 1860

Jackson, A. H., 1947
Jackson, Emmett J., 820



Jackson, Lewis P., 1701

Jackson, Willis, 1414

Jacobs, Thomas K., 369, 1723

Jacoby, J. Wilbur, 493, 2031

Jahn, George H., 1145

James, Benjamin F., 2033

James, William B., 1928

Jennings, Alfred B., 858

Jennings, Frank A., 1677

Jermain, Frances D., 2000

Jermain, Sylvanus P., 2001

Jesuits, 417, 201, 310

Johannsen, S. M., 1551

"Johnny Appleseed, " 600

Johnson, Alexander, 1595

Johnson, A. P., 2115

Johnson, Charles H., 2173

Johnson, George, 795

Johnson, John, 195

Johnson, John W., 905

Johnson's Island, 273

Johnson's Island, Prison Quarters (view),

274
Johnston, Henry J., 2010
Johnston, Peter E., 851
Joliet, Louis, 2
Jones, Alvin C, 1109
Jones, Annie E., 1478
Jones, Arthur L., 1719
Jones, Helen B., 1169
Jones, John C, 1272



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