|Title||Builders of Ohio : a biographical history / edited by Warren Van Tine and Michael Pierce. |
|Published||Columbus : Ohio State University Press, c2003. |
|Description||xi, 338 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. |
|ISBN||0-8142-0951-3 (hardcover : alk. paper)|
|ISBN||0-8142-5121-8 (pbk. : alk. paper)|
|Bib. Note||Includes bibliographical references and index. |
|Formatted Note||Contents: George Croghan and the emergence of British influence on the Ohio frontier / Alfred A. Cave -- John Cleves Symmes and the purchase / R. Douglas Hurt -- Arthur St. Clair and the establishment of U.S. authority in the Old Northwest / Jeffrey P. Brown -- Little Turtle, Blue Jacket, and the Second Tribal Confederation, 1783-1795 / Allan R. Millett -- Thomas Worthington and the quest for statehood and gentility / Mary Alice Mairose -- Philander Chase and college building in Ohio / Kenneth H. Wheeler -- John Campbell and the blending of industrial development and moral uplift in early Ohio / Philip Payne -- John P. Parker and the underground railroad / Merton L. Dillon -- Frances Dana Gage and northern women's reform activities in the nineteenth century / Barbara A. Terzian -- Clement L. Vallandigham, the Ohio democracy, and loyalty during the Civil War / Roberta Sue Alexander -- George H. Pendleton and the resurrection of the democratic party / Robert Sawrey -- B.F. Goodrich and the industrialization of Ohio / Mansel G. Blackford -- Martin Foran and the creation of Cleveland's labor movement / Michael Pierce -- Benjamin Arnett and the color line in gilded age Ohio / Michael Pierce -- Tom L. Johnson and progressive reform in Cleveland / Andrew R. L. Cayton -- William Oxley Thompson on popular education, social justice, and social control in progressive era Ohio / Amy Fancelli Zalimas -- Florence E. Allen and "great changes in the status of women" / Joan E. Organ -- Jane Edna Hunter and black institution building in Ohio / Virginia R. Boynton -- Martin L. Davey: Horatio Alger in the new worlds of tree care and partisan politics / Ronald Lora -- George Denucci and the rise of mass-production unionism in Ohio / Warren Van Tine -- John W. Bricker and the slow death of old guard Republicanism / Richard O. Davies -- James A. Rhodes and the 1960s origin of contemporary Ohio / William Russell Coil -- Carl B. Stokes, Cleveland, and the limits of Black political power / Leonard N. Moore -- Dave Thomas, fast food, and continued opportunity in Ohio / H. G. Parsa and David Gerald Hogan. |
|Subjects||Businessmen -- Ohio -- Biography. |
Ohio -- Biography.
Ohio -- History -- Miscellanea
Pioneers -- Ohio -- Biography.
Politicians -- Ohio -- Biography.
Social reformers -- Ohio -- Biography.
|Other Authors||Van Tine, Warren R. |
Pierce, Michael C. (Michael Cain)
|Electronic Res.||Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip047/2003017391.html|
|LC Card Number||2003-17391|
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