Table of contents for Ohio and the world, 1753-2053 : essays toward a new history of Ohio / edited by Geoffrey Parker, Richard Sisson, and William Coil.

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List of Illustrations	
Karen A. Holbrook
Introduction: "While We Are in the World, We Must Converse with the
World": The Significance of Ohio in World History
Andrew R. L. Cayton
Chapter 1: A German Chocolate Cake, With White Coconut Icing:
Ohio and the Native American World
R. David Edmunds
Chapter 2: Race and Region: Ohio, America's Middle Ground
James Oliver Horton
Chapter 3: Ohio and the World: The Civil War Era
Eric Foner
Chapter 4: Ohio 1903: Heartland of Progressive Reform
Kathryn Kish Sklar
Chapter 5: Ohio: Problems and Prospects, 1940s-1980s
James T. Patterson
Chapter 6: Ohio 2003: Transitions and Challenges
Herbert B. Asher
Chapter 7: Ohio 2053: A Retrospective on Ohio's Quality of Life and a
Consideration of "Roads Taken and Not Taken" in the Twenty-First
William E. Kirwan
For Further Reading
Notes on Contributors	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Ohio -- History.