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Memoirs of the Early Pioneer Settlers of Ohio By C. Stephen Badgley, S. P. Hildreth
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Under the leadership of Rufus Putnam, 48 men, departed New England during the severe winter of 1787/88 and made their way west through the mountains to Sumrill’s Ferry on the Youghiogheny... More > River. There they spent the winter building two huge flatboats and three canoes to take them down the Youghiogheny to the Monongahela River and then down the Ohio River to their destination, a point of land at the mouth of the Muskingum River. Here, these pioneers would establish the first settlement in the territory northwest of the Ohio River and name it Marietta. Among these early pioneers, who opened the door to western settlement of the United States, were many heroic men and officers of the American Revolution.This book contains the true stories of these great men and other pioneers who withstood Indian Warfare, starvation, sickness, death and deprivation to establish themselves in the wilderness of the early American frontier and begin the westward expansion of the greatest nation on earth.< Less
Vernacular Stone Structures in Southwestern Ross County, Ohio By Ralph Cokonougher
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The earliest pioneers in Ohio had mostly only two choices of building materials for their new homes and outbuildings . . . wood and stone. Using a specific area in Ross County, this book explores... More > and documents the buildings that were built from stone. Written while the author was still a student in college, it explains the different types of stone construction, lists every stone structure discovered, tells how they were built, and explores their significance to early pioneering Ohio. Photographs of each building type are included. The results are not only interesting and informative, but can also be extrapolated to Ohio as a whole. Available as a paperback, or as an e-book. B & W. 54 pages.< Less
Vernacular Stone Structures in Southwestern Ross County, Ohio By Ralph Cokonougher
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The earliest pioneers in Ohio had mostly only two choices of building materials for their new homes and outbuildings . . . wood and stone. Using a specific area in Ross County, this book explores... More > and documents the buildings that were built from stone. Written while the author was still a student in college, it explains the different types of stone construction, lists every stone structure discovered, tells how they were built, and explores their significance to early pioneering Ohio. Photographs of each building type are included. The results are not only interesting and informative, but can also be extrapolated to Ohio as a whole. Available as a paperback, or as an e-book. B & W. 54 pages.< Less
Coastal Northeast Ohio, 2015 Photo Calendar, Ashtabula & Lake Counties By Eric Kotila
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Beautiful photographs of the Lake Erie shore, historic buildings, and points of interest in Ashtabula, Lake, and Cuyahoga Counties of Northeastern Ohio. This area was part of the tract formerly known... More > as the Connecticut Western Reserve before Ohio achieved statehood in 1803. [Scenes: wooden building, cemetery, covered bridge, lakeshore, sunset, house, snow, Christmas, dock, Windsor, Madison, Ashtabula, Saybrook, Harbor, Lake Erie].< Less
51 U.S. state capitol buildings By Clyde Henderson
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U.S. state capitol buildings in the United States.Eleven state capitols do not feature a dome: the Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Louisiana, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee and... More > Virginia state capitols.< Less
Columbus Remembered By Kojo Kamau
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Artistic impressions with historical significance. A collection of 1960 era Columbus, Ohio photographs taken forty-six years ago and again in 2006 by photographer Kojo Kamau
Cleveland [the lake, the city, the detail] By Lauren Frey
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A collection of images from Cleveland, Ohio and the surrounding area. This book focuses on the city's relationship to the water front as well as the urban fabric. The comparisons of built... More > environment with the natural beauty of the lake provide insight to its unique character.< Less
Gerry's Minute Waltz By Gerry Mostov Eckber
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Geraldyn “Gerry” Eckber, the youngest of ten children, grew up in Toledo, Ohio. At work and at play, as a professional and a volunteer, she has been a writer, an author, and a blogger.... More > The Minute Waltz stories highlight common bonds, fun and folly of daily life, seeking facts, facing facts, and trying to build each other up to feel better about ourselves and our society. A wife to her dear Donald for 63 years, Gerry, is also a mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, auntie, and also holding close to her heart, friends - old ones and new ones.< Less
Tragedy to Triumph By William B. Rockey, P.E., Pamela S. Coleman, P.E.
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A fascinating engineering and architectural monograph about the roof collapse of a unique National Historic Landmark railroad roundhouse building, the centerpiece of the B&O Railroad Museum in... More > Baltimore. The profusely illustrated study includes forensic techniques used to determine the cause of the collapse, the decision making process leading up to the building's rehabilitation and the many surprises and discoveries made along the way.< Less
Splitter By Michael Pummell
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Splitter is a dark and humorous account of one segment of the entertainment industry the public never sees. Based on a true story from the late 1970’s, two young men in their twenties manage to... More > secure a bank loan to build the world’s largest and loudest concert sound system ever assembled. One of them is a former touring musician, the other a brilliant inventor who incorporates new, experimental technology that allows unprecedented volume levels. They hire a staff of unique and bizarre individuals to manufacture and operate the massive system, and succeed in providing live sound for many internationally recognized artists. Everything goes well for the young company until an established competitor feels compelled to shut them down by any means, and soon all hell starts to break loose. It’s a fascinating story full of industrial espionage, murder, romance and revenge, plus the insanity that can only be found backstage.< Less