1 edition of history of Darke County, Ohio found in the catalog.
history of Darke County, Ohio
|Series||County histories of the "Old Northwest". Series II: Ohio. Reel 41, no. 137|
|Contributions||McIntosh, W. H, Beers, W.H., & Co., Chicago|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||772|
Ohio Darke County Northwest Publishing Co., Image Quality: High. Maps in this atlas contain names of the property owners. For the names of residents living in the dwellings in many counties, consult atlases published by either Directory Service Company or Farm and Home Publishers when available in the database. For a full list of all. On January 3, , the Ohio government authorized the creation of Darke County. Residents named the county in honor of General William Darke, a hero of the American Revolution. In , General Anthony Wayne and the chiefs of thirteen Native American tribes signed the Treaty of Greenville, forcing the natives to move to the northwestern corner of what would become Ohio.
List of Ohio Extinct Counties. Kentucky has counties that no longer exist because they were discontinued, renamed or merged with another county.. A lot of these counties were established and disbanded within the 19th century; county borders have changed very little since These are important for genealogy research purposes. Darke County is a county in the U.S. state of of the census, the population Its county seat is Greenville. The county was created in and later organized in It is named for William Darke, an officer in the American Revolutionary War.. Darke County comprises the Greenville, OH Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Dayton-Springfield Named for: William Darke.
Atlas Name: Darke County , Publisher: Griffing, Gordon, and Co., Publish Date: ; Location: Ohio. During the twentieth century, Greenville served as the main metropolitan center of Darke County. Most of the county's residents worked as farmers, with Greenville's residents providing various services to their neighbors in the surrounding countryside. In , Greenville was the largest city in the county with a population of 13, people.
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The history of Darke County, Ohio, containing a history of the county; its cities, towns, etc.; general and local statistics; portraits of early settlers and prominent men;Pages: History of Darke County, Ohio, from Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time [Wilson, Frazer Ells] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Wilson, Frazer Ells: : Books. History Of Darke County, Ohio V2: From Its Earliest Settlement To The Present Time () [Wilson, Frazer Ells] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. History Of Darke County, Ohio V2: From Its Earliest Settlement To The Present Time ()4/5(1).
The History of Darke County, Ohio: Containing a History of the County; Its Cities, Towns, Etc.; General and Local Statistics; Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men; History of history of Darke County Northwest Territory; History of Ohio, Map of Darke County, Etc American County Histories - OH only County and regional histories of the "Old Northwest.": Ohio.
History of Darke County, Ohio, from Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Ohio book Volume 2 of History of Darke County, Ohio, from Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, Frazer Ells Wilson: Contributors: Frazer Ells Wilson, Hobart Publishing Company: Publisher: Hobart Publishing Company, Original from: the New York Public Library.
Darke County (Ohio) -- History, Darke County (Ohio) -- Biography, genealogy Publisher Milford, O., The Hobart publishing company Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language English Volume 1Pages: A biographical history of the Eby family, being a history of their movements in Europe during the reformation, and of their early settlement in America; as also much other unpublished historical information belonging to the family History of Mercer County, Ohio, and Representative Citizens S.
Scranton — Mercer County (Ohio). The first and only exhaustive history of the county heretofore written was published by W. Beers & Co., infrom material compiled and arranged largely by Judge John Wharry of Greenville and by one Prof. Mclntosh. The complete History: The History of Darke County, Ohio published by W.
Beers & Co. This detailed ( pages in all) history has an incredible amount of historical and genealogical information about Darke County, Ohio from its earliest settlement up to Index to Will Books Book A-1 Book B-1 Book B-2 Book B-2A Book B-3 Other Information at DCOWeb: Mercer County, Ohio Miami County, Ohio Randolph County, Indiana Wayne County, Indiana.
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A PIONEER HISTORY Long's book about early Wayne Twp; A PICTORIAL OUTLINE HISTORY OF DARKE COUNTY by George Wood Wolfe c; DARKE CO. in HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS of OHIO by Henry Howe c; ONE-WAY TICKET TO KANSAS Autobiography of Frank M Stahl (early chapters describe his life in Adams Twp, Darke Co., OH, circa ).
The Book of Ohio, Darke County (Source: Internet Archive) Darke County Henry Howe's "Historical Collections of Ohio" Darke County Henry Howe's "Historical Collections of Ohio" (Source: Internet Archive) Darke County (Source: Wikipedia) Darke County Bibliography (Source: WorldCat) Darke County Historical Markers (Source: The Historical Marker Database).
Indian History - Organization and Early Settlements of the County, and Early History of Greenville - Township and City, by John Wharry: - Fort Greenville: - Formation of Darke County: Darke County, by Prof.
McIntosh: - Introduction: Book/Printed Material The history of Darke County, Ohio, containing a history of the county; its cities, towns, etc.; general and local statistics; portraits of early settlers and prominent men. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
History of Darke County, Ohio by Frazer Ells Wilson,The Hobart publishing company edition, in English. Anthony Wayne constructed the second official settlement in Darke County, Greene Ville, in along Greenville Creek. This military headquarters was the largest log fortified structure ever built, encompassing 55+ acres of land enclosed by wooden stockades and blockhouses.
Darke County, Ohio. The History of Darke County, Ohio. InGeneral Anthony Wayne and the chiefs. Darke County is located in the western part of Ohio. CHAPTER XX— DARKE COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SO. CHAPTER XII— DARKE COUNTY DURING THE Rating: % positive. Lake's Atlas of Cuyahoga County Darke Griffing's Atlas of Darke County Lake's Atlas of Darke County The Democrat Publishing Company's Plat Book of Williams County Wood Ohio History Center Columbus Ohio-born storytellers.
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USA (1,) > Ohio (49,) > Darke County () > Darke County Histories and Genealogies (44). USA (1,) > Ohio (49,) > Ohio Histories and Genealogies (3,) > Darke County Histories and Genealogies (44). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level.
Statewide collections are found on the Ohio Histories and.This library features an extensive genealogy room with microfilm of Darke County's newspapers from over years ago, as well as many books of historical significance. Sycamore St. Greenville, OH Phone: () Biographical history of Darke County, Ohio.
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