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114 Pioneer Incidents 104 Pioneer Life ^0 Pioneer Wedding 96 Plymouth — , 298 Politics in the State 49 Politics of County H' Pontiac's Conspiracy 28 Population Statistics 2(i8 Population, Territorial 33 Portage County 66 Preble County 67 Presbyterian Churches 220 HISTORICAL INDEX. However, the most of the credit for the division must be given to Harrison, w^ho, as a dele- gate to Congress, was in a position to have the most influence. Present Court House 109 Present Physicians 158 Present Railroads 129 Present Townships 80 Presidential Vote 117 Presiding Judges 120 Press, P'irst Printing 149 Probate Judges 123 Prosecuting Attorneys 123 Public Drinking Fountain 111 Putnam County 67 Q Quebec Act 28 R Railroad, the First 127 Railroads, Present 129 Recorders, County 122 Refugee Tract 46 Related State History 25 Religious History 220 Reminiscences 274 Representative Government 31 Representatives 119 Revolutionary Period 28 Revolutionary Soldiers 178 Richland County 68 Riot of 1894 261 Roads, County 114 Robberies 106 Rock Formations 74 Rockville 325 Ross County 67, 11 Royal Arch Masons 214 S St. Name 345 Natural Gas 353 Officers, City 350 Old Times 353 Population 269 Postoffice History 360 Present Industries 359 Proposed Car Lines 358 Sales Stables 357 Schools 203, 210 Survey 346 Y. Harrison also was satisfied that in case a new territory should be formed he would be appointed its first governor and he was not disappointed.

CHAPTER XXV— WAYNE TOW^NSHIP 317 Place of First White Settlement— The Pioneers— Early Taverns— Indian Hor- rors — Village of Good Hope — Other Villages. On October 29, 1798, the governor issued a proclamation to the qualified voters of the Terri- tory directing them to choose members for the lower house of the Territorial Legislature at an election to be held on the third Monday of the following December.

CHAPTER XXIX— CITY OF WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE 344 Location— Name— First Business Events — The City in 1815 — First and Early Events — Municipal Government — City Finances — Fire Department — Early- day Council Proceedings — Old Times — Manufacturing Industries — Industries of 1901 — Great Sales Stables— Proposed Car Lines — Natural Gas Prospects — Present Business Interests — Washington Cemetery — Postof^ce History — Cyclone of 1885— Great Fire of 1911— Public Library. Peoples Bank 141 Platting of 332 Population 269 Postoffice History 336 Schools 210 Temperance Issue 335 Bogus Road 325 Boundaries of Fayette County IZ Boundaries of Ohio, Original Zl Boundaries of State 51 Brown County 54 Butler County 54 C Caljin, Pioneer 90 Canal Grants 48 Capital Permanently Located 40 Capitals of Northwest Territory 39 Carder Infirmary 113 Carroll County 5-. At the time the change in the form of government went into effect there were only nine counties in the whole territory.

Catholic Church 240 Census of Northwest Territory 33 Centennial Anniversary of County Champaign County 54 Children's Home 113 Christian Church 232 Church History 220 Church of Christ 240 Citizens Bank, Jeffersonville 140 City Hospitals 159 Civil War 175 Claims to Ohio Territory 26 Claims to Territory 25 Clark County 54 Clerks of the Court 122 Clermont County 54 Clinton County 54 Colored Baptist Church 237 Columbiana County 54 HISTORICAL INDEX. These counties had been organized either by the governor or his secretary. Washington _• July ij, 1788 2 Hamilton January 4, 1790 7 St.

*•-" ^» A^^„ '^9 A^ - Townships — Revolutionary Soldiers in Fayette County — Memorial Hall — Names of Fayette County Soldiers — Spanish-American War — A Hero in Two W^ars. Topograph} — Early Settlement — Drainage — Pioneers Who First Located Here. The first judges appointed were Samuel Holden Parsons, James Mitchell Varnum and John Armstrong.

CHAPTER XIV— EDUCATIONAL HISTORY 201 Great Progress in the Science of Education — The Old and the Modern School House — Schools of Washington C. — Township Schools — Wayne Central- ized School — The Thoughtful School Superintendent. CHAPTER XX— JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP 283 Topography — Natural' Featmes — Early Settlement — Official Annals — First Election — Counterfeiters — Mills — Towns and Hamlets- -Jefifersonville. Boundaries — First Settlement — "ITncle Johnny" Coons — Towns and Villages — Plymouth — Jasper Mills— Allentown (Octa) — Milledgeville. 594 Cole, James 600 Cook, Benjamin Franklin 466 Cook, Clyde 636 Corbitt, Samuel Morgan 560 Couch, John G 487 Craig, David S. Before the time came for the judges to qualify, Armstrong resigned and John Cleves Symmes was ap- * pointed in his place. Avho held the position until he was appointed governor of Mississippi Territory by the President on May 2, 1798.

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