Spring 2022 Ohio Valley History

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The Spring 2022 issue of Ohio Valley History is now available in print and on Project MUSE at https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/47715

Table of Contents

Lee A. Farrow, When Russian Royalty Met Southern Hospitality: Grand Duke Alexis in Kentucky, 1872

Michael Burchett, From the Raven’s Perch: Airmindedness Roars Through Portsmouth’s Scioto Valley

Opolot Okia, From Black Studies to Multiculturalism: The Evolution of the Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center at Wright State University, 1971-2018

Emma Johansen, A Reconciliatory Body: Decolonizing the Bullitt Family Papers and Dismantling White Supremacy in the Archive

Review Essay: Mark Alan Mattes, Archaeologies of Colonial American Prehistory

 

About OVH

Ohio Valley History is a quarterly, peer-reviewed  journal of the history and culture of the Ohio Valley and the Upper South collaboratively edited and published by The Filson Historical Society, Cincinnati Museum Center, and the University of Cincinnati. For more information visit https://filsonhistorical.org/publications/ohio-valley-history-journal/