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Obituaries & Death Notices

Abstracts of Obituaries in the Western Christian Advocate 1834-1850 1988-Waters, Riker & Leistner. This wonderful 400+ pg hardbound book contains info. from obits & death notices in the Methodist Newspaper (founded in Cincinnati in 1834 for the Western Conference) the notices are not limited to this area. You may find obituaries listed in this book that you may never find anywhere else. The time frame covers the era before most states required death certificates $30.00

Ohio Events & History

Report of the Commissioners of the Common Schools to The Ohio General Assembly-1822 $10.00

Buckeye 49ers. Gold Seekers of the Muskingum & Ohio Valleys Pickenpaugh, Gateway Press, 2003. Using letters & journals of the gold seekers from S.E. Ohio Roger weaves the tale of the adventures, successes, failures & even tragedies of those who dared to become one of the "49ers". $15.00

Buckeye Blizzard Ohio and the 1950 Thanksgiving Storm. Pickenpaugh, 2001 The 1950 Thanksgiving Blizzard over the state of Ohio, touched everyone's lives, even the famous Ohio State - Michigan Football game. Included, among others, are Interviews with 10 of the football players from that game. $18.00

Blizzard of the Century. The 1950 Thanksgiving Storm in Southeastern Ohio Pickenpaugh 2000 The 1950 Thanksgiving Blizzard was rated by experts of the Weather Channel, as one of "The Top 10 Storms of the 20th. Century". This book focuses on how the blizzard affected the Cos. of Belmont, Guernsey, Muskingum, Morgan, Noble, & Washington $18.00

Flood of Tears. Wegee Creek. Pipe Creek and Beyond. June 14. 1990. Pickenpaugh 2000. Tells of the events of June 14th, 1990. A day that will remain vividly in the minds & memories of all of the residents of the eastern Oh. communities. Interviews, newspaper accounts & stories were used to tell the tale of the devastation & aftermath. $21.00

The Night of the Wicked Winds. The 1965 Palm Sunday Tornadoes In Ohio Pickenpaugh 2000 11 April, 1965 (Palm Sunday) an outbreak of 37 tornadoes hit 6 Mid-Western states. It left 259 people dead, thousands injured & caused tens of millions of dollars in damage. This book tells of 9 significant tornadoes that hit Ohio that night. $21.00

River on a Rampage The 1936 flood from Chester to Marietta Pickenpaugh. Pictures, interviews & stories of the "perfect storm" of March 1936 which affected 17 states & the District of Columbia, killing at least 107. This book focuses on the events in the Ohio Valley between Chester & Marietta $21.00

Civil War

Morgan Raider's Sketches from the Watchman Newspaper. Waverly. Oh. 1887) Montrose, 2006. Eye witness account of Morgan's famous raid through Pike Co. Oh. in July 1863 $16.00 New in 2006

Too Young to Die, Boy Soldiers of the Union Army 1861-1865 Dennis M. Keesee, 2001 (Hard Bound) Drawing on extensive primary research, Dennis brings to life hundreds of the Union Army's most youthful soldiers in pictures & stories. $34.00

Buckeye Blood, Ohio at Gettysburg 2003, Richard Baumgartner 2003 deftly portrays the sense-numbing experience of the campaign through the voices of 160 different Ohioans, a large collection of wartime photos enhance the meaningful words. $34.00

Dan McCook's Regiment, 52nd. Ohio Volunteer Infantry 1862-1865 Nixon B. Stew art 1900 (Hard bound reprinted w/ new info. 1999) This Rgt. was recruited from Belmont, Jefferson, Tuscarawas & Van Wert Cos., Cincinnati, Cleveland & the Western Reserve & led Sherman's march to the sea May, 1864 $28.00

History of the 41st. Ohio Veteran Vol. Infantry Kimberly & Holloway 1897 (Hard bound enhanced reprint 1999) Recruited from 9 N.E. Oh. Co's, the 41st. Oh from Shiloh in Apr. 1862 to Nashville in Dec. 1864. Few Union Rgts. in Western theater forged better service records than the 41 st. $33.00

History of the 126th. Ohio Infantry John H. Gilson, a Pvt. from Columbiana Co. Oh. published this narrative of his 34 mo. of active service, using his diary, official reports, letters, journals & reminiscences of a doz. other comrades. Added are 52 more recently located portraits & a new index, (hard bound) $33.00

Yankee Tigers II Edited 2004 by R. Baumgartner. (soft cover) The Civil War Field Correspondence from the "Tiger Regiment of Ohio" The 125th. OVI. $22.00

The Long Road Home Myron B. Loop, edited by R. Baumgartner 2006. (hard bound) Army of the Tenn. Classic. 10,000 Mi. Through the Confederacy w/ the 68th. Oh. $28.00

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