By Claudia Floyd
By Charlie Clark,Nicholas F. Benton,Alan Ehrenhalt
By Kevin F. Kern,Gregory S. Wilson
Ohio: A historical past of the Buckeye State explores the breadth of Ohio’s prior, tracing the process heritage from its earliest geological sessions to the current day in an obtainable, single-volume format.
- Features the main up to date study on Ohio, drawing on fabric within the disciplines of historical past, archaeology, and political science
- Includes thematic chapters concentrating on significant social, fiscal, and political trends
- Amply illustrated with maps, drawings, and photographs
Receipient of the Ohio Geneological Society's Henry Howe Award in 2014
By Howard P. Chudacoff,Judith Smith,Peter Baldwin
By Joan C. Browning,Andrea J. Pendleton,Autumn G. Shelton
By Nathaniel Morton
By Heather Jones Skaggs
By Angela Pulley Hudson
During the early nationwide interval, Hudson explains, settlers and slaves made their approach alongside Indian buying and selling paths and federal submit roads, deep into the center of the Creek Indians' global. Hudson focuses fairly at the production and mapping of obstacles among Creek Indian lands and the states that grew up round them; the improvement of roads, canals, and different inner advancements inside those territories; and the ways in which Indians, settlers, and slaves understood, contested, and collaborated on those obstacles and transit networks.
While she chronicles the stories of those travelers--Native, newcomer, unfastened, and enslaved--who encountered each other at the roads of Creek kingdom, Hudson additionally areas indigenous views squarely on the heart of southern background, laying off new gentle at the contingent emergence of the yankee South.
By Stephen I. Rockenbach
War upon Our Border examines the studies of two
Ohio River Valley groups throughout the turmoil and social upheaval of the yank Civil War.
even supposing on contrary facets of the border among slavery and freedom, Corydon, Indiana, and
Frankfort, Kentucky, shared a legacy of white cost and a special western identification, which
fostered team spirit and emphasised cooperation in the course of the first yr of the warfare. yet subsequent
guerrilla raids, army career, financial problem, political turmoil, and racial tension
finally divided electorate dwelling on both sides of the river border. as soon as a conduit for all
types of relationships, the Ohio River grew to become a barrier dividing North and South by way of the top of
Centered at the event of local
politicians, civic leaders, employees, infantrymen, and civilians, this mixed social and military
background addresses significant interpretative debates, together with how electorate selected allegiances, what
function slavery performed in soldier and civilian motivation, and the character of existence at the home
entrance. studying manuscripts, newspapers, and govt records, War upon Our
Border employs a microhistorical method of hyperlink the stories of universal people
with the sweeping nationwide occasions of the Civil battle period. The ensuing examine finds the
lingering impression of the war’s reminiscence and the way the trouble to build a brand new regional
dynamic maintains to form well known conceptions of the period.