Preface to A Brief History of Tuscarawas County

A
BRIEF HISTORY
OF
Tuscarawas County, Ohio

 

BY

Supt. J. M. Richardson.

Canal Dover, Ohio: Bixler Print. Co., 1896. 

Note: Only certain sections of this book will be included on this site.

 

Preface.

Name.

Geographical Position.

First White Men.

Bouquet's Expedition.

Moravian Missionaries.

Schoenbrunn, Salem and Gnadenhutten.

David Zeisberger.

Jacob Gottlieb - Ernestus Heckewelder.

Schoenbrunn.

Gnadenhutten.

Monsey Conspiracy at Schoenbrunn.

Schoenbrunn, Gnadenhutten and Salem Captured by the British.

Williamson's Expedition and the Massacre.

Last of the Moravians in Ohio.

Gnadenhutten Monument Society.

Crawford's Expedition.

Other Missionaries.

The First White Child Born in Ohio.

Fort Laurens.

Ambuscade.

Buckskin Currency.

New Comer's Town.

Rev. David Jones at New Comerstown.

Legend of the White Woman and New Comerstown.

New Philadelphia.

Organization of the County.

Court Houses.

Children's Home.

Dover.

Uhrichsville.

Dennison.

Mineral Point.

Tuscarawas County in the War of 1812.

The Mexican War.

The War of the Rebellion.

John Morgan.

German Communist Settlement At Zoar.

The Omish.

INITIALS.

Shanesville Disaster.

The Story of Johnny Apple Seed.

Legend of Cornstalk at Gnadenhutten.

Legend of The Big Spring.

Legend of The White Captive and Indian Chief at New Schoenbrunn.

Story of the White Squaw's Revenge.

Progress.

 

J.M. Richardson. All of J.M.'s work is used with the direct permission / consent of author's daughter, Catherine Richardson Becker, 1999 -