|Title||The Islander [microform] / Kelleys Island Literary Society, publisher. |
|Published||Kelleys Island Literary Society : Kelleys Island, Ohio, 1860-78. |
|Description||17 v. |
|General Note||Subtitle varies. |
The Islander is of particular interest to those researching the Kelley family genealogy and those studying Sandusky, Erie County and Ohio history. Researchers should also consult the Kelley Family papers, MS. 1763 and the Henry Johnson Papers, MS. 3108.
|Restrict. Access||No restrictions. |
|Summary Note||Summary: Issues of a manuscript newspaper published on Kelley's Island, in Sandusky Bay, Erie Co., Ohio. Includes reports on current events, editorials, letters to the editor, articles on history, humor, philosophy, religion, science, and travel, letters of soldiers participating in the Civil War, and advertisements. |
|Reproduct. Note||Microfilm. Cleveland, Ohio : Western Reserve Historical Society, 2003. 8 reels: postive and negative; 35 mm. |
|Historical Note||Datus Kelley (1788-1866) and his family were some of the first permament settlers of what later became Rocky River. In 1833 Datus, with brother Irad, began to purchase land near Sandusky, Ohio on Cunningham's Island. The island was later renamed Kelly's Island. The Kelley Island Literary Soceity was established pursuant to the building of Kelley Hall, a hall Datus Kelley built. On December 22, 1860 the Literary Society published their first edition of the Islander. Anyone who wished to join the literary society was welcome, including women. |
|Cum. Index Note||Finding aids: Register available on reel 1. |
|Subjects||Kelleys Island (Ohio) -- History -- Sources. |
Soldiers -- Ohio -- Correspondence.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives.
|Organizations||Kelleys Island Literary Society (Kelleys Island, Ohio) |
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| ||WRHS Research Library: Microfilm (Cab. 57:9)|
123306.9: Positive microfilm, microform room [status: NON-CIRCULATING]