TIMELINE: A Publication of the Ohio Historical SocietyJanuary 2007 / March 2007: Volume 24 / Number 1
Published by the Ohio Historical Society, TIMELINE
is a lavishly illustrated magazine that embraces the fields of history, archaeology, and natural history. Each issue features lively, authoritative, and well-illustrated articles, photo essays, and occasional reviews and special features. Since its inception in 1984, TIMELINE
has received numerous local, state, and national awards. Table of Contents:
- "WRITTEN IN A HURRY"
The Diary of Theodore Miller, Rough Rider
by Stephen Ostrander
- CROSLEY STORY
by Don Bedwell
- OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY ALBUM
THE OHIO HISTORICAL CENTER
- THE GIRL SLEUTH AND THE STRATEMEYER SYNDICATE
by Carolyn V. Platt
- "THE MURDERED CHILDREN"
by Steve DeGenaro
- "IN DEATH-LIKE SILENCE"
Touring a Coal Mine in 1852
by John Henry Devereux
Publisher: Ohio Historical Society
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