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Recent Content

Hull's Trace

Harrison, Daniel F. “‘Let It Be Well Done:’ A Remnant of Hull’s Road in Brownstown, Michigan.” Northwest Ohio History 81, no. 2 (Spring 2014): 170–77. History of Hull’s Trace, an early nineteenth-century  road built for the U.S. military and running from Ohio to Detroit, Michigan, with special attention to an extant corduroy segment of it near Brownstown, Ohio.

Jon Miller, H-Ohio Review Editor, The University of Akron

Lithographs Made in Cincinnati to 1845

Lane, Christopher W. “The Beginnings of Cincinnati Lithography: With a List of Lithographs Made in Cincinnati to 1845.” Imprint: Journal of the American Historical Print Collectors Society 39, no. 1 (Spring 2014): 14–33

Describes the history of lithography in America and in Cincinnati, Ohio, with a list of Cincinnati lithographs dating from about 1837 to 1845.

 

Jon Miller, H-Ohio Review Editor, The University of Akron

Recent history of refugee migration to Columbus, 2000-2010

Forrest, Tamar Mott, and Lawrence A. Brown. “Organization-Led Migration, Individual Choice, and Refugee Resettlement in The U.S.: Seeking Regularities.” Geographical Review 104, no. 1 (January 2014): 10–32. Emphasizes the role of organizations and state refugee coordinators in migration to Columbus and other cities outside Ohio in the first decade of the twenty-first century.

Jon Miller, H-Ohio Review Editor, The University of Akron

Civil War 150 Symposium, November 7-8

Explore a different side of Civil War history at the Beyond the Battlefield Civil War Symposium at the Ohio History Center on November 7 and 8. Join historians and members of the Ohio Civil War 150 Advisory Committee as they explore questions of values, equality, and citizenship and come with questions of your own for our panelists. 

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