3 edition of A pictorial history of the Western Reserve 1796-1860. found in the catalog.
A pictorial history of the Western Reserve 1796-1860.
Margaret Manor Butler
|LC Classifications||F486 .W58 no. 117|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 155 p.|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||63019645|
Get this from a library! The Shaker collection of the Western Reserve Historical Society: [manuscripts].. [Western Reserve Historical Society.; Microfilming Corporation of America.; Western Reserve Historical Society. Library.;] -- Consists of journals, diaries, ledgers, daybooks and other account books, hymnals and music, legal documents, inspirational writings and drawings, testimonies. Page - S. Pingree was a man who kept the needle of life true to the pole-star of hope, and he guided his course firmly and surely, with a full sense of his stewardship and with the strength of conscious Integrity of purpose, of earnest desire to help his fellow men. His name merits a large place in the history of the city and state to which he gave such abundant, noble and fruitful service.
History of the Western Reserve; Volume 1 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This work has been selected by scholars as being. The oldest daughter, Maria, at one time possessed the distinction of being the best grammarian in the Western Reserve. With a mind versatile and capable of grasping broad principles, she commanded an influence in the community where she lived. She married Dr. Philastus Hurlbut, and is now, in her eighty-ninth year, a resident of Gibsonburg, O.
In the summer of , he taught the undergraduate course Art History I: Pyramids to Pagodas at Case Western Reserve University. Beginning Spring , Russell will be the curatorial intern in the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Department of Prints and Drawing, where he . On the south, the Reserve’s line was set at 41 degrees north latitude, running just south of the present cities of Youngstown, Akron, and Willard. The state of Connecticut exempted the land from 41 degrees to as far north as 42 degrees 2 minutes (western extensions of its own boundaries) when it ceded its western claims to the U.S. in
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