4 edition of History of the Maumee Valley found in the catalog.
History of the Maumee Valley
H. S. Knapp
|Statement||by H.S. Knapp.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 07954|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 microfiches (380 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||380|
Maumee Valley hosted the first National Sheppard show in The Maumee Valley Steam & Gas Association would not be what it is today without our dedicated volunteers. A tremendous amount of work and many donations have made this possible. Toledo's Attic is a co-operative project of the Ward M. Canaday Center of the University of Toledo, the UT Department of History, the Toledo Lucas County Public Library, the Maumee Valley Historical Society, and WGTE Public Media.
About this Book Catalog Record Details. History of the Maumee Valley, commencing with its occupation Knapp, Horace S. [from old catalog] View full catalog record. The Book of Ohio, Lucas County (Source: Internet Archive) Early History of the Maumee Valley (Source: Internet Archive) Early history of the Maumee Valley (Source: Internet Archive) Early History of the Maumee Valley (Source: Internet Archive) Early History of the Maumee Valley Second Edition, (Source: Internet Archive).
Jul 10, · Vision and Mission The vision of the Maumee Valley Historical Society is to inspire learning and promote awareness of the Maumee Valley. Our mission is to collect, preserve, study, interpret, and communicate the region's history and culture.5/5(1). About this Book Catalog Record Details. The early history of the Maumee Valley. Gunckel, John E. (John Elstner), View full catalog record.
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Page 42 - Miami [Maumee] for upwards of the last twenty-four hours, almost within the reach of the guns of this fort, being a post belonging to his majesty the king of Great Britain, occupied by his majesty's troops, and which I have the honor to command, it becomes my duty to inform myself, as speedily as possible, in what light I am to view your making such near approaches to this garrison.
Book/Printed Material History of the Maumee Valley, commencing with its occupation by the French in About this Item. Title History of the Maumee Valley, commencing with its occupation by the French in Contributor Names Knapp, Horace S.
[from old catalog]. Maumee Valley Historical Society, Maumee, OH. likes · 1 talking about this · 60 were here. The Maumee Valley Historical Society. Home of the Wolcott Heritage Center, NW Ohio History, Special /5(5). Apr 13, · History of the Maumee Valley: commencing with its occupation by the French into which is added sketches of some of its moral and material resources as they exist in Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This johnsonout.com: Early history of the Maumee Valley.
(Toledo: [O.] Hosmer & Harris, ), by H. Hosmer (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Maumee River Valley (Ind. and Ohio) -- Biography. Reminiscences of pioneer days in Wood County and the Maumee Valley: a pioneer scrap book / gathered from the papers and manuscripts of the late C.W.
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Apr 20, · About the Book. This volume of nearly pages contains much more than a standard history of the valley.
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About the first half the book is a history of the region from to almost the midth century. Beginning at about the mid-point of the book there are substantial sections on Fort Wayne, biographical sketches of early pioneers, the early courts, Mercer County.
EARLY HISTORY OF THE MAUMEE VALLEY. By John E. Gunckel. Prlee, $\: 60 cent, paper. Published b·· the author johnsonout.com, Ohio. In this day when so much is being said and written regarding Lake Erie and the part it played in the war 01 years ago, unusual interest centres in everything 'reliable.
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This book's contents are also included at the front of the Toledo City Directory of It begins with General Anthony Wayne's decisive Battle of Fallen Timbers in It includes a speech given by General William Henry Harrison to the Miamis and.
History of the Maumee Valley, Commencing with Its Occupation by the French in To which is Added Sketches of Some of Its Moral and Material Resources as They Exist in Many incidents and reminiscences of the early history of Wood County, together with some of the historic events of the Maumee Valley contained in this pioneer scrap-book, have been collected from the papers and material of the late C.W.
Evers as gathered by him for years past (Bowling Green, O. Nov 26, · Maumee, Ohio, situated on the banks of the Maumee River, once a major transportation artery between West and East, was utilized by Native Americans, French, British, and, lastly, Americans.
Init was the scene of the decisive Battle of Fallen Timbers, securing the territory for Brand: AmericaThroughTime. Many incidents and reminiscences of the early history of Wood County: together with some of the historic events of the Maumee Valley contained in this pioneer scrap-book, have been collected from the papers and material of the late C.W.
Evers as gathered by him for years past. Also in this Book. In a Biographical Novel readers with a fictional story about an existing or historical person. Such biographies present fictional additions or embellishments to the historical or current lives of actual people.
Early History of the Maumee Valley, pp. 9 - Maumee (/ m ɔː ˈ m iː / maw-MEE) is a city in Lucas County, Ohio, United johnsonout.comd along the Maumee River, it is about 10 miles southwest of johnsonout.com population was 14, at the johnsonout.com was declared an All-America City by the National Civic League in June County: Lucas.
The Maumee Valley Pioneer Ancestry. The Natural Features and Economic Development of the Sandusky, Maumee, Muskingum, and Miami Drainage Areas in Ohio Ancestry. The foot of the rapids: the biography of a river town, Maumee, Ohio, Family History Library The history of Maumee, Family History Library Maumee Miscellaneous Records.
Maumee experienced a post World War II population boom, followed by an influx of industry, and officially became a city in As Maumee enters the 21st century, it retains its small town image and reputation as a great place to live, while providing an environment .Maumee is an anglicized spelling of the Ottawa or Odawa name for the Miami tribe, Maamii.
The Odawa had a village at the mouth of the Maumee River and occupied other territory in northwestern Ohio. The Battle of Fallen Timbers, the final battle of the Northwest Indian War, was fought 3 ⁄ 4 mileCountry: United States.Cover title: The pioneer scrap-book of Wood County and the Maumee Valley.
Compilation completed by F.J. Oblinger. Also available in digital form.