Charles B. Galbreath
Papers 1/ 2 cf
Box Folder Description
1 I Correspondence to Charles B. Galbreath ( CBG),
state librarian, from various politicians,
2 Correspondence to CBG from various librarians and
politicians, includes references concerning
an 1854 rescue of a slave in Salem, Ohio, and
a book on John Brown, 1920- 1924.
Correspondence to CBG from various politicians,
includes material from Ezra Meeker, a 96 year
old survivor of the 1852 emigration on the
Oregon Trail, 1925- 1935.
Writings of CGB, undated, tributes to Coates
Kinney and Victor Hugo; and papers titled,
" Virginia and OhioH
" A Visit to the Birthplace of Whittier"
" First Steamboat on the Ohio"
" The Old National Roadw
" The Ohio Canalsn
One paragraph sketches on the governors of the
Northwest Territory and the governors of Ohio
from Edward Tiffin through A. Victor Donahey;
longer biographical sketches on Ohio
governors, Edward Tiffin through Jeremiah
Biographical sketches on Ohio governors, Joseph
Vance through Reuben Wood, and A. Victor
Papers on the Northwest Territory and Ohio by CBG,
" Ohio in the War of 1812"
" Growth of Ohio under the First Constitutionw
" Fort LaurensN
" Clark's Second Expedition into Ohio"
" After the RevolutionN
" Caldwellrs Attack on Bryant's Stationf1
" Colonel Brodhead's ExpeditiontB
" Capture of Ruddell's Station by Captain
" George Rogers Clark's Campaign of 1780"
" Attacks on Fort Henry"
" Daniel Boonew
" Daniel Decatur EmmettH
" The Anti- slavery Movement in Ohio"
" Ohio RailroadsN
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