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Contents Introduction Warren Van Tine and Michael Pierce 1. George Croghan and the Emergence of British Influence on the Ohio Frontier Alfred A. Cave 2. John Cleves Symmes and the Miami Purchase R. Douglas Hurt 3. Arthur St. Clair and the Establishment of U.S. Authority in the Old Northwest Jeffrey P. Brown 4. Little Turtle, Blue Jacket and the Second Tribal Confederation, 1783?1795 Allan R. Millett 5. Thomas Worthington and the Quest for Statehood and Gentility Mary Alice Mairose 6. Philander Chase and College Building in Ohio Kenneth H. Wheeler 7. John Campbell and the Blending of Industrial Development and Moral Uplift in Early Ohio Philip Payne 8. John P. Parker and the Underground Railroad Merton L. Dillon 9. Frances Dana Gage and Northern Women?s Reform Activities in the Nineteenth Century Barbara A. Terzian 10. Clement L. Vallandigham, the Ohio Democracy, and Loyalty during the Civil War Roberta Sue Alexander 11. George H. Pendleton and the Resurrection of the Democratic Party Robert Sawrey 12. B. F. Goodrich and the Industrialization of Ohio Mansel G. Blackford 13. Martin Foran and the Creation of Cleveland?s Labor Movement Michael Pierce 14. Benjamin Arnett and the Color Line in Gilded Age Ohio Michael Pierce 15. Tom L. Johnson and Progressive Reform in Cleveland Andrew R. L. Cayton 16. William Oxley Thompson on Popular Education, Social Justice, and Social Control in Progressive Era Ohio Amy Fancelli Zalimas 17. Florence E. Allen and ?great changes in the status of women? Joan E. Organ 18. Jane Edna Hunter and Black Institution Building in Ohio Virginia R. Boynton 19. Martin L. Davey: Horatio Alger in the New Worlds of Tree Care and Partisan Politics Ronald Lora 20. George DeNucci and the Rise of Mass-Production Unionism in Ohio Warren Van Tine 21. John W. Bricker and the Slow Death of Old Guard Republicanism Richard O. Davies 22. James A. Rhodes and the 1960s Origin of Contemporary Ohio William Russell Coil 23. Carl B. Stokes, Cleveland, and the Limits of Black Political Power Leonard N. Moore 24. Dave Thomas, Fast Food, and Continued Opportunity in Ohio H. G. Parsa and David Gerald Hogan List of Contributors Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Ohio History Miscellanea, Ohio Biography, Pioneers Ohio Biography, Politicians Ohio Biography, Social reformers Ohio Biography, Businessmen Ohio Biography