Artists in Ohio, 1787-1900: A Biographical Dictionary

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Ohio
Bibliography
State, Regional, and City Directories,
Histories and Atlases (Arranged
Chronologically by County)

OHIO GENERAL

1837The Western Address Directory: Containing the Cards of Merchants, Manufacturers, and Other Business Men, in Pittsburgh, (Pa.) Dayton, (O.) Wheeling (Va.) Cincinnati, (O.) Zanesville, (O.) Madison, (Ind.) Portsmouth, (O.) Louisville, (K.) St. Louis, (Mo.) …. By W. G. Lyford. Baltimore: Jos. Robinson, 1837.

1841Harris' General Business Directory of the Cities of Pittsburgh and Allegheny; and also of the Most Flourishing and Important Towns and Cities of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Western New York, Virginia, &c. By Isaac Harris. Pittsburgh: A. A. Anderson, 1841.

1844Kimball and James' Business Directory for the Mississippi Valley, 1844, Including Pittsburgh, Beaver, Steubenville, Wheeling Portsmouth, Maysville, Cincinnati, Lawrenceburgh, Madison, Louisville, St. Louis, Memphis, Vicksburg, Natchez, NewOrleans. Cincinnati: Kendall and Barnard, 1844.

1848Historical Collections of Ohio. By Henry Howe. Cincinnati: Bradley and Anthony, 1848.

1852Biographical and Historical Memoirs of the Early Pioneer Settlers of Ohio, with Narratives of Incidents and Occurences in 1775. By Samuel Prescott Hildreth. Cincinnati: H. W. Derby, 1852.

1853W. W. Reilly and Co.'s Ohio State Business Directoryfor 1853–4. Cincinnati: Morgan and Overend, 1853.

1857Williams' Ohio State Register and Business Mirrorfor 1857. Cincinnati: C. S. Williams, 1857.

1859George W. Hawes' Ohio State Gazetteer and Business Directory for 1859 and 1860. Cincinnati: George W. Hawes, 1859.

1860Geo. W. Hawes'Ohio State Gazetteer and Business Directory for 1860-'61. 2d ed. Indianapolis: George W. Hawes, 1860.

1866Williams' Ohio State Directory and Shopper's Guide. Cincinnati: Compiled and published by Williams and Company, 1866.

1868Williams' Ohio State Directory issue for 1868. Cincinnati: Compiled and published by Williams and Company, 1868.

1870Williams' Ohio State Directory issue for 1870. Cincinnati: Compiled and published by Williams and Company, "1870".

1871Bailey's Northern Ohio Gazetteer and Directory, 1871–1872: Comprising Directories for the Towns of Norwalk, Oberlin, Elyria, Findlay, Sandusky, Fremont, Tiffin, Mansfield, Fostoria, Galion, Shelby, Plymouth, Monroeville, New London, Wakeman, Wellington, and Berea. Cleveland: A. Bailey, 1871.

1872History oftheMaumee Valley, commencing with its Occupation by the French in 1680; to which is added Sketches of Some of its Moral and Material Resources as They Exist in 1872. By H"orace" S. Knapp. Toledo: Blade Publishing, 1872.

1875Wiggins and McKillop's Directory of the Mahoning and Shenango Valleys, 1875–6. Cleveland: Compiled and published by Wiggins and McKillop, 1875.

1875Cleaves Biographical Cyclopaedia of the State of Ohio: City of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. Philadelphia:". B. Lippincott and Son, 1875.

1876Historical Sketches of the Higher Educational Institutions, and also of Benevolent and Reformatory Institutions of the State of Ohio. N. p.: Ohio Centennial Education Committee, 1876.

1876Ohio Annals: Historic Events in the Tuscarawas and Muskingum Valleys, and in other Portions of the State of Ohio. Edited by C. H. Mitchener. Dayton: Thomas W. Odell, 1876.

1876Biographical Encyclopaedia of Ohio of the Nineteenth Century. Cincinnati: Galaxy, 1876.

1879A Biographical Cyclopaedia and Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Men, with an Historical Sketch of the State of Ohio. Edited by J"oseph" Fletcher Brennan. Cincinnati: John C. Yorston, 1879.

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