COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO
BOOKLET / PRINTS
The early history of Columbiana County,
OH, and its various communities -- Salem, New Lisbon, East Liverpool, Wellsville,
Walker's, Leetonia, Columbiana, Salineville, East Palestine and Washingtonville
-- are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in
this NEW 42 Page Booklet reprinted
from the 1892 Centennial edition of Henry Howe's Historical Collections
of Ohio, The Ohio Guide (a WPA Writers project), and other hard-to-find
sources. The spiral-bound booklet is printed on 60# paper, with the print
enlarged 10% for easier reading.
IN ADDITION TO THE BOOKLET, the buyer will receive
THREE Computer-Enhanced 8 1/2 x 11 Prints made from engravings in the original book and suitable for
framing. Besides the 1846 sketch of the eastern entrance into Salem, shown
below, they include an 1887 view of Salem and a pottery in East Liverpool.
Among the many and diverse subjects in the booklet are: Adam and Andrew
Poe, Indian fighters; early Ohio newspaper history; the life of Clement Vallandigham
and the Vallandigham Campaign; Quakers and the "Anti-Slavery Society"; the
Underground Railroad; Confederate John Morgan's Raid and Capture; and the
development of the Pottery Industry, including Knowles, Taylor and Knowles.
GENEALOGY BUFFS will find
a list of 1888 County Officials and businesses. A map of 1805 Ohio and a
map showing the various counties are also included, along with information
on journalism in the county from a 1933 book and notable points of interest
from the 1940 guide.