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The Fire Lands Pioneer July 1878 (Ohio)

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Sandusky, Ohio, Fire Lands Historical Society: 1878

Edition: Vol. XIII

Seller ID: 0349

Condition: Very good


Very nice magazine -- exceptionally good condition. One tiny stain to bottom of front and a very small chip to bottom front edge. Otherwise very clean inside and out. Among the topics covered in this issue are Sandusky City, Its Settlement and Growth; Early Settlers on the Peninsula; The Aboriginal Fire Lands; Mental and Moral Characteristics of the Pioneers; History of a Vanished Settlement (known as Africa due to the race of the settlers); Indian Works on the Huron; L... View more info

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The Firelands Pioneer New Series Volume III, (January, 1886)

By: N/A

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Norwalk, Ohio, Firelands Historical Society: 1886

Edition: Volume III New Series

Seller ID: 3926

Condition: Very good condition


I had several Fireland magazines back in 2010, but haven't had any more until now. This is one of six that I just got -- it's very good for readers of Ohio history and genealogy. There are many addresses given to the annual meeting, the first of which is The Life of Our Pioneers by General Franklin Sawyer; Pioneer Life As It Was and As It Is by C.S. Stewart; Our Work In History by Rev. J. Nelson Lewis; The Pioneer Physician by Dr. John C. Sanders of Cleveland; and Some C... View more info

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The Firelands Pioneer New Series Volume XXIII April, 1915

By: Power, Esther Gibbs, Editor

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Norwalk, Ohio, The Firelands Historical Society: 1915

Edition: Volume XXIII

Seller ID: 3993

Condition: Very good condition


Very nice clean magazine with just one defect, a small loss of the outer paper on the front cover at the two outer corners. Otherwise it's pristine and includes a perfect spine. The magazine focuses on the annual meeting which is actually interesting because there are small talks from the people on anything they wanted to discuss. The best topic is The Free Love Community, including the Free Lovers of Berlin Heights! Other topics are Cedar Point, a woman who lived too l... View more info