Ohio Valley History Journal Article Index, 2001-Present

The Ohio Valley History Journal is a collaboration of the Filson Historical Society, Cincinnati Museum Center, and the University of Cincinnati. In addition to articles, this quarterly journal features historiographical and review essays, notes and documents, and reviews of books, exhibits, and historical sites.  This article index provides basic description of the content. Paper copies of the publication are available in the serials section of the Filson Historical Society for researchers who visit. For digital copies, please see the Ohio Valley History Journal page.

Volume Number Volume Date Author Title of Article
1 Winter 2001 Nancy E. Owen On the Road to Rookwood: Women’s Art and Culture in Cincinnati, 1870-1890
1 Winter 2001 Andrew R. L. Cayton Artery and Border: The Ambiguous Development of the Ohio Valley in the Early Republic
1 Winter 2001 Nicole Etcheson “As My Father’s Child Has”: The Political Culture of the Ohio Valley in the Nineteenth Century
1 Winter 2001 David Stradling Cities of the Valley
1 Winter 2001 Kim M. Gruenwald Review Essay. Reuben Gold Thwaites, Afloat on the Ohio
1 Spring 2001 Clinton W. Terry “Let Commerce Follow the Flag”: Trade and Loyalty to the Union in the Ohio Valley
1 Spring 2001 M. Christine Anderson “The Nourishment that Nature Provides”: Women’s Networks, Wet Nursing, and Infant Welfare in Nineteenth-Century Cincinnati
1 Spring 2001 R. Douglas Hurt A Guide to Reading the Social History of the Ohio Valley, 1780-1830
1 Spring 2001 William H. Berhmann Review Essay. Rethinking Early Ohio Political History
1 Spring 2001 Bradley D. Cross Review in Retrospect. Lifting the “Curtain of Wilderness”: A Review Essay of Richard C. Wade’s The Urban Frontier
1 Fall 2001 Wendy J. Katz Creating a Western Heart: Art and Reform in Cincinnati’s Antebellum Associations
1 Fall 2001 Randy J. Mills “I Wish the World the Look Upon Them as My Murderers”: A Story of Cultural Violence on the Ohio Valley Frontier
1 Fall 2001 Amy C. Schutt Review Essay. Nehemiah Matson, French and Indians of Illinois River
1 Fall 2001 William B. Klaus Review Essay. Eds. Dwight B. Billings, Gurney Norman, and Katherine Ledford, Back Talk from Appalachia: Confronting Stereotypes
1 Fall 2001 James J. Connolly Review in Retrospect. Place and Politics in Urban History: Revisiting Boss Cox’s Cincinnati
2 Spring 2002 Pen Bogert “Sold for My Account:” The Early Slave Trade Between Kentucky and the Lower Mississippi Valley
2 Spring 2002 J. Michael Crane “The Rebels are Bold, Defiant, and Unscrupulous in Their Dementions of All Men:” Social Violence in Daviess County, Kentucky, 1861-1868
2 Spring 2002 J. Michael Rhyne “We Are Mobed & Beat:” Regulator Violence Against Free Black Households in Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region, 1865-1867
2 Fall 2002 N/A Cincinnati Union Terminal 1933-2003
2 Fall 2002 David J. Endres Rectifying the Fatal Contrast: Archbishop John Purcell and the Slavery Controversy among Catholics in Civil War Cincinnati
2 Fall 2002 Thomas J. Jablonsky Review Essay. Zane L. Miller and Bruce Tucker, Changing Plans for America’s Inner Cities: Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine and Twentieth-Century Urbanism
3 Spring 2003 Carol Pirtle A Flight to Freedom: A True Story of the Underground Railroad in Illinois
3 Spring 2003 Anita Ashendel “Notorious Home of Harlotry:” Regulating Prostitution in the Ohio Valley, 1850-1860
3 Spring 2003 Margaret Ripley Wolfe Eastern Kentucky and the War on Poverty: Grass-roots Activism, Regional Politics, and Creative Federalism in the Appalachian South during the 1960s
3 Summer 2003 Keith Griffler Beyond the Quest for the “Real Eliza Harris”: Fugitive Slave Women in the Ohio Valley
3 Summer 2003 Thomas Mach Family Ties, Party Realities, and Political Ideology: George Hunt Pendleton and Partisanship in Antebellum Cincinnati
3 Summer 2003 Dan Fountain Christ Unchained: African American Conversions during the Civil War Era
3 Summer 2003 James Ramage Liberty on the Border: A Civil War Exhibit
3 Summer 2003 Mitchell Snay The Zoar Community: A Review of an Ohio Historical Site
3 Fall 2003 Randy Mills “It is the cause of all mischief which the Indians suffer”: Native Americans and Alcohol Abuse in the Old Northwest
3 Fall 2003 Margaret DePalma Religion in the Classroom: The Great Bible Wars in Nineteenth Century Cincinnati
3 Fall 2003 Luther Adams “It Was North of Tennessee”: African American Migration to Louisville and the Meaning of the South
3 Fall 2003 I. B. Holley Transylvania University President Horace Holley’s Carriage Journey from Connecticut to Kentucky in 1822
3 Winter 2003 Honor R. Sachs The Myth of the Abandoned Wife: Married Women’s Agency and the Legal Narrative of Gender in Eighteenth-Century Kentucky
3 Winter 2003 Gautham Rao Thomas Worthington and the Great Transformation: Land Markets and Federal Power in the Ohio Valley, 1790-1805
3 Winter 2003 Stephen I. Rockenbach A Border City at War: Louisville and the 1862 Confederate Invasion of Kentucky
3 Winter 2003 William H. Bergmann Review Essay. Tecumseh! Performed at the Sugarloaf Mountain Amphitheatre, Chillicothe, Ohio
3 Winter 2003 Wayne K. Durrill Review Essay. Richard D. Mohr’s Pottery, Politics, Art: George Ohr and the Brothers Kirkpatrick.
4 Spring 2004 Lisa Brady “This Terrible Conflict of the American People”: The Civil War Letters of Thaddeus Minshall
4 Spring 2004 Kevin Barksdale “Beneath the Golden Stairs”: Gender, Unionization, and Mobilization in World War II West Virginia
4 Spring 2004 Tracy K’Meyer “The Gateway to the South”: Regional Identity and the Louisville Civil Rights Movement
4 Spring 2004 Kim Gruenwald Review Essay. Fashion on the Ohio Frontier, 1790-1840,” An Exhibition at Kent State University Museum
4 Spring 2004 Paul Breidenbach Review Essay. “The Cincinnati Wing: The Story of Art in the Queen City,” a Permanent Exhibition at the Cincinnati Art Museum
4 Summer 2004 Ann Hassenpflug Murder in the Classroom: Privilege, Honor, and Cultural Violence in Antebellum Louisville
4 Summer 2004 Kevin P. Bower Out of School, Out of Work: Youth, Community, and the National Youth Administration in Ohio, 1935-1943
4 Summer 2004 David L. Wolfford Resistance on the Border: School Desegregation in Western Kentucky, 1954-1964
4 Fall 2004 Maia Conrad The Art of Survival: Moravian Indians and Economic Adaptation in the Old Northwest, 1767-1808
4 Fall 2004 ed., James J. Holmberg “Fairly launched on my voyage of discovery”: Meriwether Lewis’s Expedition Letters to James Findlay
4 Fall 2004 Kim M. Gruenwald Space and Place on the Early American Frontier: The Ohio Valley as a Region, 1790-1850
4 Fall 2004 ed., Kelly F. Wright Henry Bellows Interview Hiram Powers
4 Winter 2004 Kristofer Ray Political Culture and the Origins of a Party System in the Southern Ohio Valley: The Case of Early National Tennessee, 1796-1812
4 Winter 2004 Jennifer Cole “For the Sake of the Songs of the Men Made Free”: James Speed and the Emancipationists’ Dilemma in Nineteenth-century Kentucky
4 Winter 2004 Jennifer Whitmer The Ties That Bind: James H. Richmond and Murray Teachers College During World War II
4 Winter 2004 James J. Holmberg Review Essay. Landon Y. Jones, William Clark and the Shaping of the West and William E. Foley, Wilderness Journey: The Life of William Clark
5 Spring 2005 Phillip Scranton Diversified Industrialization and Economic Success: Understanding Cincinnati’s Manufacturing Development, 1850-1925
5 Spring 2005 Alan I Marcus If All the World Were Mechanics and Farmers: Democracy and the Formative Years of Land-Grant Colleges in America
5 Spring 2005 Judith Spraul-Schmidt Exhibiting the Changing World through the Ohio Mechanics Institute: From Annual Fairs and Exhibitions to Grand Expositions, 1838-1888
5 Spring 2005 Tracy Teslow Representing the Art and Industry of Progress: Cincinnati’s Grand Exposition Posters
5 Spring 2005 Jeffrey Haydu “The Most Important Civic Raw Material”: Educating Cincinnati’s Industrial Citizens in the Early Twentieth Century
5 Summer 2005 Ginette Aley Grist, Grit, and Rural Society in the Early Nineteenth Century Midwest: Insight Gleaned From Grain
5 Summer 2005 Tom Kanon “Scared from Their Sins for a Season”: The Religious Ramifications of the New Madrid Earthquakes, 1811-1812
5 Summer 2005 Arthur Rolston A Tale of Two States: Producerism and Constitutional Reform in Antebellum Kentucky and Ohio
5 Summer 2005 Robert Gioielli Suburbs v. Slot Machines: The Committee of 500 and the Battle over Gambling in Northern Kentucky
5 Fall 2005 Brian D. McKnight Hope and Humiliation: Humphrey Marshall, the Mountaineers, and the Confederacy’s Last Chance in Eastern Kentucky
5 Fall 2005 Michael Bowen Addition through Division: Robert Taft, the Labor Vote, and the Ohio Senate election of 1950
5 Fall 2005 Dwayne Mack “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody turn Me Around”: Berea College’s Participation in the Selma to Montgomery March
5 Fall 2005 Aaron Cowan A Whole New Ball Game: Sports Stadiums and Urban Renewal in Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and St. Louis, 1950-1970
5 Winter 2005 Ann Toplovich Marriage, Mayhem, and Presidential Politics: The Robards-Jackson Backcountry Scandal
5 Winter 2005 Daniel P. Glenn Losing the Market Revolution: Lebanon, Ohio, and the Economic Transformation of Warren County, 1820-1850
5 Winter 2005 Mark Andrew Huddle Soul Winner: Edward O. Guerrant, the Kentucky Home Missions, and the “Discovery” of Appalachia
5 Winter 2005 Anne Kling Collections Essay. Guide to Twentieth-century African American Resources, Cincinnati Museum Center
5 Winter 2005 Justin Pope Review Essay. Stephen Foster- The Musical
6 Spring 2006 Emil Pocock Slavery and Freedom in the Early Republic: Robert Patterson’s Slaves in Kentucky and Ohio 1804-1819
6 Spring 2006 Jack S. Blocker, Jr. Race, Sex and Riot: The Springfield, Ohio Race Riots of 1904 and 1906 and the Sources of Anti-Black Violence in the Lower Midwest
6 Spring 2006 James C. Klotter Promise, Pessimism, and Perseverance: An Overview of Higher Education History in Kentucky
6 Spring 2006 James Holmberg Collection Essay. Kenyon Barr Collection, Cincinnati Historical Society Library
6 Summer 2006 David Stradling Who Owns the Past? Public History in the Ohio Valley
6 Summer 2006 Catherine Fosl Museum Review. Marketing Muhammad Ali: Louisville’s Newest Museum Center
6 Summer 2006 Alan Gallay Museum Review. What Are We Running Away From? Reflections on the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
6 Summer 2006 Samuel W. Black Museum Review. The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center: Museum of Conscience
6 Summer 2006 Joan Flinspach Museum Review. Mystic Chords of Memory No More: The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum
6 Summer 2006 Gerald J. Prokopowicz Museum Review. Stunning, Appealing, Troubling: The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum’s Permanent Exhibit
6 Summer 2006 Darrel E. Bigham Review Essay. Nikki M. Taylor, Frontiers of Freedom: Cincinnati’s Black Community, 1802-1868
6 Summer 2006 M’Lissa Y. Kesterman Collections Essay. The Tyler Davidson Fountain: A Symbol for Cincinnati
6 Summer 2006 Jacob F. Lee Collections Essay. The Reuben T. Durrett Papers at the Filson Historical Society
6 Fall 2006 Luke E. Harlow Religion, Race, and Robert J. Breckinridge: The Ideology of an Antislavery Slaveholder, 1830-1860
6 Fall 2006 John Martin A Symphony of Nature and Architecture: J. Frederick Larson’s Hanover College Campus
6 Fall 2006 Jacob F. Lee Between Two Fires: Cassius M. Clay, Slavery, and Antislavery in the Kentucky Borderlands
6 Fall 2006 Noah G. Huffman Collections Essay. The Tom Wallace Papers at the Filson Historical Society
6 Fall 2006 Ruby Rogers Collections Essay. Mill Creek, Near Cincinnati, in 1845 by Godfrey Frankenstein
6 Winter 2006 Barbara Rasmussen Anarchy and Enterprise on the Imperial Frontier: Washington, Dunmore, Logan, and Land in the Eighteenth-Century Ohio Valley
6 Winter 2006 Paula K. Hinton “Just Like One of the Family”: An Immigrant Murderess in Turn-of-the-Century America
6 Winter 2006 ed., Jon Kukla A Louisvillian Abroad: Daniel Chapman Banks’s 1822 Visit to New Orleans and Congo Square
6 Winter 2006 N/A Collections Essay. The Great Flood of 1937
7 Spring 2007 John Clubbe The Forging of a Writer: Lafcadio Hearn in Cincinnati
7 Spring 2007 Bradford W. Scharlott and Mary Carmen Cupito Proto-Broadcasting in Cincinnati, 1847-1875: The Flow of Telegraph News to Merchants and the Press
7 Spring 2007 Robert T. Rhode The Persistence of Place: Alice Cary’s Authentic Rural Settings
7 Spring 2007 Richard R. Kesterman Collections Essay. Edmund Dexter’s Residence, A Lithograph by Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co.
7 Spring 2007 Jacob F. Lee Collections Essay. Humphrey Marshall Papers at the Filson Historical Society
7 Summer 2007 Tom Kanon Seduced, Bewildered, and Lost: Anti-Shakerism on the Early Nineteenth-Century Frontier
7 Summer 2007 Amy Huprich Cook Troubled Waters: Cincinnati’s West End and the Great Flood of 1937
7 Summer 2007 Julie A. Mujic A Border Community’s Unfulfilled Appeals: The Rise and Fall of the 1840s Anti-Abolitionist Movement in Cincinnati
7 Summer 2007 Robin L. Wallace Collections Essay. The Filson Historical Society Theater Collection
7 Summer 2007 M’Lissa Y. Kesterman Collections Essay. Steamboat Journey from Cincinnati to New Orleans in 1851
7 Summer 2007 Paul A. Tenkotte Review Essay. The Blossoming of Regional History and the Role of Arcadia Publishing
7 Summer 2007 Christopher Densmore Movie Review. Amazing Grace
7 Fall 2007 Catherine Fosl Anne Braden and the Struggle for Social Justice in the Ohio Valley
7 Fall 2007 Tracy E. K’Meyer The West End Community Council
7 Fall 2007 James E. Cebula Creating a Multiracial Community in Post-World War II Cincinnati: The Kennedy Heights Experiment
7 Fall 2007 Rhonda Mawhood Lee “God Alone is Lord of the Conscience”: Fellowship of Reconciliation Activists Confront Church and State in Louisville, Kentucky, 1975-1995
7 Fall 2007 Anne Shepherd Collections Essay. The Papers and Correspondence of the Urban League of Greater Cincinnati
7 Fall 2007 Suzanne Maggard Collections Essay. Twentieth-Century Social Change in the Ohio River Valley
7 Winter 2007 Robert A. Genheimer Birds and the Missing Frog: Animal Effigy Smoking Pipes from Cincinnati’s Madisonville and Turpin Sites
7 Winter 2007 Douglas Montagna “Choked Him Til His Tongue Protruded”: Violence, the Code of Honor, and Methodist Clergy in the Antebellum Ohio Valley
7 Winter 2007 ed., Jacob F. Lee An Honorable Position: Joseph Holt’s Letter to Joshua F. Speed on Neutrality and Secession in Kentucky, May 1861
7 Winter 2007 Matthew E. Stanley Weapons and Change: Bridging the Gap between Populism and Historical Significance at the Frazier International History Museum
7 Winter 2007 David C. Conzett Collections Essay. Carlisle and Finch Electric Trains
8 Spring 2008 Kenneth H. Wheeler Higher Education in the Antebellum Ohio Valley: Slavery, Sectionalism, and the Erosion of Regional Identity
8 Spring 2008 Matthew E. Stanley “Purely Military Matters”: John A. McClernand and Civil Liberties in Cairo, Illinois, in 1861
8 Spring 2008 Sarah Lynn Cunningham From Smoke-Filled Skies to Smoke-Filled Rooms: Louisville’s Political Battles Over the “Smoke Evil”
8 Spring 2008 Barbara J. Dawson Collections Essay. Cincinnati Union Terminal Turns Seventy-Five
8 Spring 2008 Jacob F. Lee Collections Essay. Speed Family Papers at The Filson Historical Society
8 Summer 2008 Sherry K. Jelsma A Dose of Slangwhang and Hard Cider: Charles S. Todd and the Harrison Campaign of 1840
8 Summer 2008 ed., Christopher Phillips Travels in Egypt: Eyewitness to the Civil War in Illinois’s “Butternut” Region
8 Summer 2008 Keith A. Erekson Lincoln and Davis: Three Visions of Public Commemoration in Kentucky
8 Summer 2008 Tracy E. K’Meyer “Freedom’s Sisters”: Museum Exhibits and the Memory of the Civil Rights Movement: A Review Essay and Commentary
8 Summer 2008 Robin Wallace Collections Essay. The Speed Family Photograph Collection
8 Summer 2008 Ruby Rogers Collections Essay. The James Albert Green Collection
8 Fall 2008 William H. Bergmann Delivering a Nation through the Mail: The Post Office in the Ohio Valley, 1789-1815
8 Fall 2008 ed., Ky W. White The Journal of Capt. Thomas Joyes: From Louisville to the Battle of New Orleans
8 Fall 2008 Robert B. Symon, Jr. Louisville’s Lost National Holiday: Sectional Reconciliation and the Ulysses S. Grant 1885 Birthday Celebration
8 Fall 2008 James J. Holmberg Collections Essay. “Lincoln’s Kentucky”: A New Addition to the Filson’s Website
8 Fall 2008 Dan Hurley Collections Essay. Medicine Resources in the Cincinnati Historical Society Library
8 Winter 2008 David A. Nichols A Commercial Embassy in the Old Northwest
8 Winter 2008 Bridget Ford Beyond Cane Ridge: The “Great Western Revivals” in Louisville and Cincinnati, 1828-1845
8 Winter 2008 Matthew Salafia Searching for Slavery: Fugitive Slaves in the Ohio River Valley Borderland, 1830-1860
8 Winter 2008 James J. Holmberg Collections Essay. Medical History at The Filson Historical Society
8 Winter 2008 Christine Engels Collections Essay. Records of the Cincinnati Union Terminal Company
9 Spring 2009 ed., Jonathan W. White The Civil War Disloyalty Trial of John O’Connell
9 Spring 2009 Jonathon Free “What is the Use of Parks?”: The Debates Over Parks and the Response of Louisville’s African American Community to Racial Segregation, 1895-1930
9 Spring 2009 Gregory Jason Bell “Advancing West Virginia”: Transforming the 1963 State Centennial Celebration into a “Big Sell”
9 Spring 2009 Karim M. Tiro The Pioneer Museum: Blue Licks Battlefield State Resort Park
9 Summer 2009 Angela M. Miller The Immigrant Experience of Rose DeFazzio Magnoni: Building Bridges between an Italian Family and an American Life
9 Summer 2009 David Sandor “Black is as Good a Color as White”: The Harriet Beecher Stowe School and the Debate Over Separate Schools in Cincinnati
9 Summer 2009 Barbara S. Christen Patronage, Process, and Civic Identity: The Development of Cincinnati’s Union Central Life Insurance Company Building
9 Summer 2009 James J. Holmberg Collections Essay. The Filson’s African American-Related Collection
9 Summer 2009 David R. Hanlon Collections Essay. Arts and Letters: The Baker Family Papers
9 Fall 2009 David P. Dewar Migration to Acculturation: The Kaskaskia, Europeans, and Cultural Change in the Illinois County during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
9 Fall 2009 Keith Harper Downwind from the New England Rat: John Taylor, Organized Missions, and the Regionalization of Religious Identity on the American Frontier
9 Fall 2009 Vance McLaughlin and Paul H. Blackman “Why Take Four Lives for One?”: Ohio’s Only Mass Legal Execution
9 Fall 2009 John H. White A Portrait of the 1826 Steamboat Tecumseh
9 Fall 2009 James J. Holmberg Collections Essay. The Filson’s Agriculture-Related Collections or: The Filson Down on the Farm
9 Winter 2009 Irene Tichenor Tracking the Mysteries: The Legacy of John Filson’s 1784 Book and Map
9 Winter 2009 Jacob F. Lee “Whether It Really Be Truth of Fiction”: Colonel Reuben T. Durrett, the Filson Club, and Historical Memory in Postbellum Kentucky
9 Winter 2009 Robert E. Wright Corporations and the Economic Growth and Development of the Antebellum Ohio River Valley
9 Winter 2009 Sarah-Jane M. Poindexter Collections Essay. The History of the Catalog (or the Catalog as History): An Exploration of The Filson Card Catalog
9 Winter 2009 Scott L. Gampfer Collections Essay. Lincoln Originals: Abraham Lincoln Document in the Collections of the Cincinnati Historical Society Library
10 Spring 2019 John Ellis The Confused, the Curious and the Reborn: Methodism as a Youth Movement in the Upper South and Ohio Valley, 1770-1820
10 Spring 2019 David Curtis Skaggs The Making of a Major General: William Henry Harrison and the Politics of Command, 1812-13
10 Spring 2019 Christopher Britten “Cooped Up and Powerless When My Home is Invaded”: Southern Prisoners at Johnson’s Island in their Own Words
10 Spring 2019 Thomas C. Mackey Finding Mr. Lincoln: A Few Reflections on the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial
10 Spring 2019 Dorothy Lingg Collections Essay. Helen Steiner Rice: “The Lady in the Hat”
10 Summer 2010 Matthew D. Smith John Bradford and the Kentucky Gazette: Revolutionizing the Ohio Valley Frontier
10 Summer 2010 Edward McInnis Toward an Abolitionist Republic: The Blanchard-Rice Slavery Debate and a New Vision of Antebellum America
10 Summer 2010 Jerry Green Wheeling and the Development of the Inland Riverboat Trade
10 Summer 2010 M’Lissa Y. Kesterman Collections Essay. Recollections of an Ohio and Mississippi River Steamboat Pilot
10 Summer 2010 James J. Holmberg Collections Essay. The Union Forever?: Secession at The Filson
10 Fall 2010 Eileen Muccino Irish Filibusters and Know Nothings in Cincinnati
10 Fall 2010 Stanley E. Hedeen From Billions to None: Destructions of the Passenger Pigeon in the Ohio Valley
10 Fall 2010 ed., Ann Taylor Allen and James F. Osborne Neighborhood House of Louisville: The Early Years, 1896-1901
10 Fall 2010 Linda Bailey Collections Essay. Mercantile and Landscape Photographers: Rombach and Groene
10 Winter 2010 James P. Cousins Lexington’s “Established Order” and the Creation of Transylvania University
10 Winter 2010 Victoria L. Harrison Man in the Middle: Conway Barbour and the Free Black Experience in Antebellum Louisville
10 Winter 2010 Michael Riesenberg Cincinnati’s Civil War Resources: Preparing for the Sesquicentennial Anniversary of the Civil War
10 Winter 2010 Glenn T. Eskew Review Essay. Civil Rights History in Louisville and Kentucky
11 Spring 2011 Stephanie Cole Servants and Slaves in Louisville: Race, Ethnicity, and Household Labor in an Antebellum Border City
11 Spring 2011 Raymond Pettit Predictions and Local History in Cincinnati, 1815-1912
11 Spring 2011 Andrea S. Watkins A Guide to Kentucky’s Civil War Historic Sites
11 Spring 2011 James J. Holmberg Collection Essay. “God only knows when it will end”: The Civil War Letters of Captain Benjamin F. Walter of the 23rd Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment
11 Summer 2011 Stephen Campbell The Spoils of Victory: Amos Kendall, the Antebellum State, and the Growth of the American Presidency in the Bank War, 1828-1834
11 Summer 2011 Ann Clymer Bigelow Antebellum Ohio’s Black Barbers in the Political Vanguard
11 Summer 2011 Stephen E. Towne Tending the Soil: Assessing Research Trends for Indiana’s Civil War Era
11 Summer 2011 C. T. Ambrose, M. D. Transylvania Medical Alumni Who Served in the Union and Confederate Armies
11 Summer 2011 Richard R. Kesterman Collection Essay. Footnote on a Tavern
11 Fall 2011 Cicero M. Fain III The African American Experience in Antebellum Cabell County, Virginia/West Virginia, 1810-1865
11 Fall 2011 Leslie Ann Harper Lethal Language: The Rhetoric of George Prentice and Louisville’s Bloody Monday
11 Fall 2011 Mary R. Block “Limited to Errors of Law”: Rape Law and Adjudication in the Nineteenth-Century Kentucky Court of Appeals
11 Fall 2011 Daniel Vivian Interpreting the History of the Underground Railroad in Southwest Ohio: The John P. Parker House
11 Fall 2011 James J. Holmberg Collection Essay. “The Engine is Working Away Like Mad”: Documenting the Steamboat Era in the Filson’s Collection
11 Winter 2011 Dana M. Caldemeyer Conditional Conservatism: Evansville, Indiana’s Embrace of the Ku Klux Klan, 1919-1924
11 Winter 2011 David Stradling Mt. Airy Forest: One Hundred Years of Conservation in the City
11 Winter 2011 Bryon Andreasen Civil War Historic Sites in Illinois
11 Winter 2011 Richard R. Kesterman Collection Essay. Six Views of Lytle Square
11 Winter 2011 Daniel W. Crofts Review Essay. Adam Goodheart and the North’s War for Freedom
12 Spring 2012 Tracy E. K’Meyer Oral History and the Modern Ohio Valley
12 Spring 2012 Michella M. Marino Children, Conflict, and Community: Madison, Indiana, and Louisville, Kentucky, during World War II
12 Spring 2012 Sharon Drees “Hippies, Yippies, Zippies, and those who tolerate them and their ilk”: The 1970 Wilmington College Yearbook Controversy
12 Spring 2012 Catherine Fosl “It could be Dangerous!”: Gay Liberation and Gay Marriage in Louisville, Kentucky, 1970
12 Spring 2012 Donna M. DeBlasio Oral History in Ohio: Collecting and Preserving Modern History in the Buckeye State
12 Spring 2012 Sarah Milligan Oral History in Kentucky
12 Spring 2012 Jennifer Abraham Cramer Review Essay. Oral History and Recovering a Vanished Kentucky Neighborhood
12 Summer 2012 Michael F. Conlin and Robert M. Owens Bigger than Little Bighorn: Nomenclature, Memory, and the Greatest Native American Victory over the United States
12 Summer 2012 Joseph W. Pearson The Dilemma of Dissent: Kentucky’s Whigs and the Mexican War
12 Summer 2012 John R. McKivigan The Battle for the Border State Soul: The Slavery Debate in the Churches of the Border Region
12 Summer 2012 James J. Holmberg Collection Essay. “United We Stand– Divided We Fall”: The Filson’s Civil War Exhibit
12 Summer 2012 Craig Thompson Friend Review Essay. “Heaven is a Kentuck of a Place”: Exceptionalism in the Historiography of Early Kentucky
12 Fall 2012 Kim M. Gruenwald “The invention of the steamboat was intended for US”: Steamboats and Western Identity in the Early Republic
12 Fall 2012 Robert Gudmestad A History of the Steamboat Eclipse
12 Fall 2012 Kevin J. Crisman The Heroine of Louisville: Archaeological Discoveries from an 1830s-Era Western River Steamboat
12 Fall 2012 Curtis Tate Collection Essay. Tunnel Trouble: Building and Rebuilding the Cincinnati Southern, 1869-1999
12 Fall 2012 Daniel W. Crofts Review Essay. In Over His Head: William J. Cooper’s Assessment of Lincoln’s Secession Crisis Role
12 Winter 2012 Carolyn Gilman Why Did George Rogers Clark Attack Illinois?
12 Winter 2012 Keith Altavilla “Shoot Every D____d Copperhead”: Union Soldiers and Antiwar Dissent in the Ohio Valley
12 Winter 2012 John G. Heyburn II Walter Evans: The Making of the First Judge of the Western District of Kentucky
12 Winter 2012 Richard Kesterman The Burnet House: A Grand Cincinnati Hotel
12 Winter 2012 James J. Holmberg Collection Essay. War of 1812 Collections at the Filson Historical Society
13 Spring 2013 Stanley E. Hedeen The Carolina Parakeet Vanishes: Extinction of the Ohio Valley’s Only Parrot
13 Spring 2013 William W. Giffin Acting to Shape Their Own Lives: African Americans in Civilian Conservation Corps Junior Company 1520-C, Southern Ohio, 1933-1935
13 Spring 2013 C. Walker Gollar Ahead of their Time: Anne Tracy and the Senior Women of the Cincinnati Union Terminal USO Lounge
13 Spring 2013 Linda Bailey Collection Essay. The USO at the Ninth Street YMCA: The Turpeau Photograph Collection at Cincinnati Museum Center
13 Spring 2013 James J. Holmberg Collection Essay. Nicola Marschall, Artist and Soldier
13 Summer 2013 Ann Clymer Bigelow Cincinnati’s Neglected Insane Asylum
13 Summer 2013 Rachel A. Shelden “Obey and Yet Disbelieve”: Unionism, the Missouri Compromise, and the Southern Response to the Dred Scott Decision Revisited
13 Summer 2013 Robert Burnham Women and Reform in Cincinnati: Responsible Citizenship and the Politics of “Good Government,” 1924-1955
13 Summer 2013 Eric Willey Collection Essay. Documenting “Herstories” in the Ohio Valley at The Filson
13 Summer 2013 Christine S. Engels Collection Essay. “A Scene Never to be Forgotten”: The Civil War Letters of David J. Jones at the Cincinnati Museum Center
13 Fall 2013 Jennifer L. Weber Indiana in the Civil War: An Introduction
13 Fall 2013 Stephen E. Towne Detectives and Spies: U. S. Army Espionage in the Old Northwest during the Civil War
13 Fall 2013 A. James Fuller Oliver P. Morton, Political Ideology, and Treason in Civil War Indiana
13 Fall 2013 Nicole Etcheson Repudiating the Administration: The Copperheads in Putnam County, Indiana
13 Fall 2013 Barbara J. Dawson Collection Essay. Peter G. Thomson and the Bibliography of the State of Ohio at the CMC
13 Fall 2013 Eric Willey Collection Essay. Documenting Women’s Civil War Experiences in the Ohio Valley at The Filson
13 Fall 2013 Aaron Sheehan-Dean Review Essay. Cause and Consequence: The Meaning of the Civil War Today
13 Winter 2013 Ann Clymer Bigelow Dr. William M. Awl, Idealistic Founder of the Ohio Lunatic Asylum
13 Winter 2013 John Henris “A Little Leaven Leaveneth a Whole”: Unearthing the Moral Ecology of Antebellum Quaker Appalachia
13 Winter 2013 Eileen Muccino Poverty and Fiery Death: Female Factory Workers in Cincinnati, 1877-1885
13 Winter 2013 Heather Stone and Aaron Rosenblum Collection Essay. Film Preservation at the Filson Historical Society
13 Winter 2013 Scott L. Gampfer Collection Essay. A Testimonial of Gratitude in Silver at the Cincinnati Museum Center: Salmon Chase and the Defense of Samuel Watson
13 Winter 2013 Mark D. Hersey Review Essay. Slavery and the Landscape of a Dismal Empire
14 Spring 2014 Hanno Scheerer “For Ten Years Past I have Constantly Wished to Turn My Western Lands into Money”: Speculator Frustration and Settlers’ Bargaining Power in Ohio’s Virginia Military District, 1795-1810
14 Spring 2014 William S. Belko Toward the Second American Party System: Southern Jacksonians, the Election of 1832, and the Rise of the Democratic Party
14 Spring 2014 Robert G. Barrows New Deal Public Housing in the Ohio Valley: The Creation of Lincoln Gardens in Evansville, Indiana
14 Spring 2014 Angela Shope Stiefbold Collection Essay. Hillbilly Comedy in Cincinnati: The Willie Thall Papers at the Cincinnati Museum Center
14 Spring 2014 James J. Holmberg Collection Essay. Civil War Images at The Filson
14 Summer 2014 Douglas R. Egerton The Antislavery Wars of Southern Blacks and Enslaved Rebels: Shifting the Historiography into the South
14 Summer 2014 Carol Lasser Men are from Missouri, Women Are from Massachusetts: Perspectives on Narratives of Violence on the Border between Slavery and Freedom
14 Summer 2014 Edward B. Rugemer Transatlantic Dimensions of the Border Wars in the Antebellum United States
14 Summer 2014 Manisha Sinha Stanley Harrold’s Border War: An Appreciation
14 Summer 2014 Stanley Harrold Reflections on the Antebellum Border Struggle
14 Summer 2014 Robert H. Churchill Fugitive Slave Rescues in the North: Toward a Geography of Antislavery Violence
14 Summer 2014 James Brewer Stewart American Historians and the Challenge of the “New” Global Slavery
14 Summer 2014 James M. Prichard Collection Essay. Civil War Guerrilla Collections at The Filson Historical Society
14 Summer 2014 Scott L. Gampfer Collection Essay. Remembering Those Who Served: The World War I Servicemen Portrait Collection at Cincinnati Museum Center
14 Fall 2014 Monroe H. Little Jr. The Battle for Educational Freedom: The 1949 Indiana “Fair Schools” Bill
14 Fall 2014 Modupe Labode A “Voice from the Gallery”: Andrew Ramsey and School Desegregation in Indianapolis
14 Fall 2014 Kathryn Anne Schumaker Investing in Segregation: The Long Struggle for Racial Equity in the Cairo, Illinois, Public Schools
14 Fall 2014 Jennifer Cole Collection Essay. Twentieth-Century African American Collections at The Filson
14 Fall 2014 Christine Engels Collection Essay. Annette and E. Lucy Braun Papers at the Cincinnati Museum Center
14 Fall 2014 Dionne Danns Review Essay. Voices of the People: Studies of Louisville Desegregation
14 Winter 2014 Thomas N. Baker John Wood Weighs In: Making Sense of the Burr Conspiracy in the Western World
14 Winter 2014 Jennifer A. Walton-Hanley “Every Letter I Receive from You Makes Me Love You All the More”: Joseph Underwood’s Letters as a Case Study in Domestic Masculinity and Parenting by Proxy
14 Winter 2014 Michael Washington Civic Organizing in the Hazelwood Subdivision: The Quest for Educational Access, 1900-1949
14 Winter 2014 James J. Holmberg Collection Essay. Before the Wrecking Ball
14 Winter 2014 Christine Engels Collection Essay. The Great Western Sanitary Fair Papers
14 Winter 2014 Elizabeth Gritter Exhibit Review. “Black Freedom, White Allies, Red Scare: Louisville, 1954”: Louisville Free Public Library, Main Branch, October 1-November 9, 2014
14 Winter 2014 John David Smith Review Essay. Probate Law and Proslavery Religious Polemics in Nineteenth-Century Kentucky
15 Spring 2015 Joan E. Cashin Women in the Civil War
15 Spring 2015 Margaret M. Storey A Conquest of Manners: Gender, Sociability, and Northern Wives’ Occupation of Memphis, 1862-1865
15 Spring 2015 Victoria E. Bynum The Seduction and Suicide of Mariah Murray: A Civil War Era Tragedy
15 Spring 2015 Robert Michael Morrissey “All Princes and Rulers are Alike to Us”: The Education of George Morgan in the Ohio Valley
15 Spring 2015 Aaron L. Rosenblum Collection Essay. Photographing in the Ohio River Bridges at Louisville
15 Spring 2015 Barbara J. Dawson Collection Essay. Guide to African American Resources at Cincinnati Museum Center
15 Spring 2015 Carl C. Creason Review Essay. Shedding Light on Kentucky’s Jackson Purchase Region during the Civil War
15 Summer 2015 Stephen Kissel “The Best of Bonds”: How Methodist Circuit Riders Created Community in Antebellum Illinois, 1800-1850
15 Summer 2015 Samuel Abramson Disorder at the Derby: Race Reputation, and Louisville’s 1967 Open Housing Crisis
15 Summer 2015 Thomas Bahde “I Would Not Have a White Upon the Premises”: The Ohio Valley Salt Industry and Slave Hiring in Illinois, 1780-1825
15 Summer 2015 Jana Meyer Collection Essay. No Laughing Matter: Preserving Cartoons in The Filson’s Collection
15 Summer 2015 Debra Burgess Collection Essay. The Richard Fosdick Papers
15 Summer 2015 Wayne K. Durrill Review Essay. Slavery and Capitalism
15 Fall 2015 Pellom McDaniels III An Accidental Historian in Antebellum America: Edward Troye, Thoroughbred Horses, and Representations of African American Manhood and Masculinity
15 Fall 2015 Ryan Swanson “Cleaning Up the Wild and Wooly West”: The Washington Nationals’ 1867 Baseball Tour Through the Ohio Valley
15 Fall 2015 Gary A. O’Dell and Gregg Bogosian Fair and Square: Robert F. Schulkers, Seckatary Hawkins and the Literature of an Ohio Valley Childhood
15 Fall 2015 Keith Harper Collection Essay. “A Strange Kind of Christian”: David Barrow and Involuntary, Unmerited, Perpetual, Absolute, Heredity Slavery, Examined; on the Principles of Nature, Reason, Justice, Policy, and Scripture
15 Fall 2015 Scott L. Gampfer Collection Essay. Harry Hake Architects: Preserving the Records of an Eighty-Year Architectural Legacy at Cincinnati Museum Center
15 Winter 2015 Andrew Mach “The Name of Freeman is Better Than Jesuit”: Anti-Catholicism, Republican Ideology, and Cincinnati Political Culture, 1853-1854
15 Winter 2015 Tangi Villerbu Negotiating Religious and National Identities in the Early Republic
15 Winter 2015 Cicero M. Fain III Buffalo Solider, Deserter, Criminal
15 Winter 2015 Jennifer Cole Collection Essay. Exploring Christianity in Antebellum Kentucky Through The Filson Historical Society Collection
15 Winter 2015 James DaMico Collection Essay. The Felix J. Koch Photograph Collection
15 Winter 2015 Nathan McGee Review Essay. Political Museum and the Politics of Music in the Twentieth Century
16 Spring 2016 David Narrett Kentucky and the Union at the Crossroads: George Rogers Clark, James Wilkinson, and the Danville Committee, 1786-1787
16 Spring 2016 William Lewis Building Commerce: Ohio Valley Shipbuilding during the Era of the Early American Republic
16 Spring 2016 Eira Tansey Branches from the Baron: Cincinnati’s Carnegie Libraries
16 Spring 2016 Debra Burgess Collection Essay. The Blinn Family Papers
16 Spring 2016 Edward D. Berkowitz Review Essay. The Leviathan and Its Detractors
16 Summer 2016 Ann Clymer Bigelow Their “Abracadabra”: Benjamin Rush’s Influence on the Ohio Valley
16 Summer 2016 Matthew D. Smith The Specter of Cholera in Nineteenth-Century Cincinnati
16 Summer 2016 Jeffrey Bourdon Sweet Irish Brogues, Mellifluous German Catholics, and African Slaves Ignored: Winfield Scott’s Caricatured Presidential Speaking Tour in 1852
16 Summer 2016 Nick Massa Collection Essay. The Artwork of Cincinnati Union Terminal: Winold Reiss’s North America Mural
16 Summer 2016 Johna L. Picca Collection Essay. Architectural Collections at The Filson Historical Society
16 Summer 2016 David A. Nichols Review Essay. Power and Danger in Franco-Indian America
16 Summer 2016 Robert Gioielli Review Essay. Industrialization and Deindustrialization in the Upper Ohio Valley
16 Fall 2016 Jonathan W. White Race, Slavery, and Freedom in the Ohio River Valley during the Civil War Era
16 Fall 2016 Mark A. Furnish Black Hoosiers and the Formation of an Antislavery Stronghold in the Central Ohio Valley
16 Fall 2016 Timothy Ross Talbott Telling Testimony: Slavery Advertisements in Kentucky’s Civil War Newspapers
16 Fall 2016 Matthew Axtell “At Liberty to Take Possession”: How Cincinnati Riverboat Law Turned “Have-Nots” into “Haves” during the Civil War Era
16 Fall 2016 Katie O’Halloran Brown Collection Essay. Letters of Black Soldiers from Ohio Who Served in the 54th and 55th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantries during the Civil War
16 Fall 2016 Gerald J. Prokopowicz Review Essay. What Happened to Kentucky?
16 Fall 2016 Stephen Rockenbach Review Essay. Reconsidering Battles and Leaders in the Ohio Valley’s Civil War
16 Winter 2016 Ann Taylor Allen The Most Sung Music in History: The Hill Sisters, the Louisville Kindergartens, and “Happy Birthday”
16 Winter 2016 Kristopher Maulden A Show of Force: The Northwest Indian War and the Early American State
16 Winter 2016 Robert Goebel “Misunderstood and Misrepresented”: Beriah Magoffin and the 1859 Kentucky Gubernatorial Election
16 Winter 2016 Christine Schmid Engels Collection Essay. The Civil War on the Rivers: The William R. Hoel Papers at the Cincinnati Museum Center
16 Winter 2016 John David Smith Review Essay. America’s Western Middle Border Region and Its Inner Civil Wars
17 Spring 2017 Robert Gioielli Energy in the Ohio Valley
17 Spring 2017 Allen Dieterich-Ward “We’ve Got Jobs. Let’s Fight for Them”: Coal, Clean Air, and the Politics of Antienvironmentalism
17 Spring 2017 Megan Chew The Ohio Valley’s Nuclear Moment: Marble Hill and Madison, Indiana
17 Spring 2017 Marcy J. Ladson Palimpsest: Natural Gas and the Layers of Pennsylvania’s Energy Landscape
17 Spring 2017 Heather Potter and Laura Kerr Wiley Collection Essay. The Shifting Landscape of Appalachia: The Rogers Clark Ballard Thruston Mountain Photograph Collection, 1882-1905
17 Spring 2017 Kelly F. Wright Book and Exhibition Review. The Art of the New Deal: Kentucky’s Contribution to the Index of American Design
17 Spring 2017 Theresa Leininger-Miller Book and Exhibit Review. The Lexington Camera Club at Mid-Century
17 Summer 2017 Terry A. Barnhart Ancient Metropolis: Prehistoric Cincinnati
17 Summer 2017 Scott A. Mackenzie Voting with Their Arms: Civil War Military Enlistments and the Formation of West Virginia, 1861-1865
17 Summer 2017 Ann Clymer Bigelow Insanity in Civil War Ohio
17 Summer 2017 James J. DaMico Collection Essay. Preserving the Photography of the Braun Sisters
17 Summer 2017 Bao Bui Collection Essay. An Englishman in a Kentucky Regiment: The Civil War Letters of Robert Winn
17 Summer 2017 Patrick A. Lewis Review Essay. Bringing the Civil War Home: Local History and the Ohio Valley
17 Summer 2017 Lee Bidgood Review Essay. Bluegrass Music: Sounds and People in Motion
17 Fall 2017 Luke Manget Ginsent, China, and the Transformation of the Ohio Valley, 1783-1840
17 Fall 2017 Anne Delano Steinert The Man Who Moved the Bridge: Cincinnati’s Roebling Suspension Bridge and Its Inconvenient Site
17 Fall 2017 Amy Lueck “High School Girls”: Women’s Higher Education at the Louisville Female High School
17 Fall 2017 Lory Greenland Collection Essay. Connections in the Collections: Cincinnati Museum Center’s Enno Meyer Collection
17 Fall 2017 Kathryn Bratcher Collection Essay. Full of Charm and Variety: The Scrapbook Collection of the Filson Historical Society
17 Fall 2017 Scott E. Randolph Review Essay. Toward a New Railroad History? Limitations and Possibilities
17 Fall 2017 Emily E. Senefeld Review Essay. Race, Paternalism, and Educational Reform in the Twentieth-Century South
17 Winter 2017 Stuart A. Stiffler The Social Library Comes to Cincinnati and the Old Northwest
17 Winter 2017 Edward McInnis Thorn in the Side: Using History to Challenge Slaveholding in the Ohio Valley Region
17 Winter 2017 Charles F. Casey-Leininger “Not the Most Dramatic of Slum Properties”: The Standish Apartment Rest Strike and Cincinnati City Housing Policy, 1964-1967
17 Winter 2017 Christine Engels Notes on My War Adventures: The Wartime Journal of Samuel S. Coddington
17 Winter 2017 Maureen Lane Collection Essay. Through the Needle’s Eye: The Mary Cummings Paine Eudy Fashion Collection at the Filson Historical Society
17 Winter 2017 T. R. C. Hutton Collection Essay. The Qualities and Quantities of Whiteness: Nancy Isenberg’s White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class in American in Comparative Review
17 Winter 2017 Scott Heerman Review Essay. Legal Scarecrows: Agency and Culture in American Legal History
17 Winter 2017 Andrew Offenburger Review Essay. Murder in the Midwest during the Gilded Age
18 Spring 2018 Andrew K. Frank The Transformation of the Indian Countryside: Toward an Indigenous History of the Eighteenth-Century Ohio Valley
18 Spring 2018 Elizabeth Mancke The Ohio Country and Indigenous Geopolitics in Early Modern North America, circa 1500-1760
18 Spring 2018 Jason Herbert “To Treat with All Nations”: Invoking Authority in the Chickasaw Nation, 1783-1795
18 Spring 2018 Robert Englebert Colonial Encounters and the Changing Contours of Ethnicity: Pierre-Louis de Lorimier and Métissage at the Edges of Empire
18 Spring 2018 Jana Meyer Collection Essay. A Thousand Years of American Indian History in the Filson’s Collection
18 Spring 2018 Kristofer Ray Review Essay. Re-Thinking Indigenous Power in Trans-Appalachia
18 Spring 2018 Honor Sachs Review Essay. The Road Not Taken: Rumor, Race, and Indian Sovereignty in the Early Nineteenth Century
18 Summer 2018 John Ellis The Holy “Knock-‘Em-Down”: Methodism Remodels for the Ohio Valley, 1790s-1820s
18 Summer 2018 Sara Lampert “Thy First Temple in the Far, Far West!”: Re/Shaping Theater in St. Louis, Missouri, 1837-1839
18 Summer 2018 C. Walker Gollar The Triumph of the Cross: President John Quincy Adams, Archbishop John Baptist Purcell, and the Reclamation of Cincinnati’s Mount Adams as a Sacred Site
18 Summer 2018 Sarah Staples Collection Essay. Clovernook: The Trader Sisters’ Life Work
18 Summer 2018 Heather J. Potter Collection Essay. A Tale of Two Families: Exploring Black History through Genealogy and Photography
18 Summer 2018 Pedo A. Regalado Review Essay. Forging Pittsburgh: The Varied Evolution of Steel City
18 Summer 2018 Evan Elizabeth Hart Review Essay. Black Radicalism Reconceptualized: Struggle and Resistance in the Ohio Valley
18 Fall 2018 Joseph M. Beilein Guerrilla Warfare Was the Norm: Toward a New vision of Civil War Kentucky
18 Fall 2018 Andrew Fialka Federal Eyes: How the Union Saw Kentucky’s Civil War
18 Fall 2018 Barton A. Myers Kentucky and the Origins of the Confederate Partisan Ranger Service
18 Fall 2018 Matthew Christopher Hulbert The Rise and Fall of Edwin Terrell, Guerrilla Hunter, U.S.A.
18 Fall 2018 James M. Prichard Collection Essay. “Within Her Desolate Borders”: Reflections of Guerrilla Warfare Through Select Documents
18 Fall 2018 Lorien Foote Review Essay. An Advice Manual for Wanna-Be Guerrilla Hunters
18 Winter 2018 David J. Endres “Without Guide, Church, or Pastor”: The Early Catholics of Cincinnati, Ohio
18 Winter 2018 Ann Clymer Bigelow “The Most Appalling Forms of Degradation”: Dorothea Dix Speaks Out for the Insane in Ohio Poorhouses
18 Winter 2018 Carl E. Kramer Planning the Postwar City: Wilson W. Wyatt and the Louisville Area Development Association 1943-1950
18 Winter 2018 Jennifer Cole Collection Essay. Camp Zachary Taylor in the Filson’s Collections
18 Winter 2018 Scott Gampfer Collection Essay. The Queen City Welcomes Charles Lindbergh: The Famed Aviator’s Visit Documented in Black and White
18 Winter 2018 Natalie Inman Review Essay. Borderlands and the Ohio Valley
18 Winter 2018 Stephen Rockenbach Review Essay. No Simple Answers: Sectionalism and Political Division on the Eve of the Civil War
19 Spring 2019 David Stradling Zane L. Miller and the Cincinnati School of History
19 Spring 2019 Kristen M. Fleming Utilizing the “Worthless” Animal: The Musseling Industry of the Ohio River
19 Spring 2019 Angela Shope Stiefbold A Rural-Urban Divide: The 1949 Campaign for Zoning in Hamilton County, Ohio
19 Spring 2019 Alyssa McClanahan The Case for Safe and Affordable Energy: The Community Fight against the William Zimmer Nuclear Power Plant, 1969-1985
19 Spring 2019 Christine Schmid Engels Collection Essay. Cincinnati’s Unique Charter Party
19 Spring 2019 Mark V. Wetherington Collection Essay. Shanty Life
19 Spring 2019 Nathaniel Lucy Review Essay. “But I Happened to Like Those Sharp Edges Being Rounded Off”: The Words, Wit, and Wisdom of Joe Wilson
19 Summer 2019 Zachary M. Matusheski “We Have Not Forgotten”: The Ohio Korean War Veteran Bonus
19 Summer 2019 Thomas Weyant “We Will Be Heard”: Student Citizenship and Ohio University in the 1960s
19 Summer 2019 Spencer Parts Not Just Poor White: Community Organizing and Appalachian Identity in Cincinnati, Ohio, 1965-1975
19 Summer 2019 James J. Holmberg Collection Essay. The Filson’s Exploration and Travel Collection
19 Summer 2019 James J. Holmberg Review Essay. Histories of Higher Education in the Mid-South
19 Summer 2019 James J. Holmberg Review Essay. Moving (Mostly) beyond Atrocities: New Directions in Civil War Prisons
20 Fall 2019 Daniel Vivian Searching for Histories of Tourism in the Ohio Valley
20 Fall 2019 Emma Newcombe “Over the Border-land”: Race and Authority in Mammoth Cave
20 Fall 2019 Emily Bingham “Let’s Buy It!”: Tourism and the My Old Kentucky Home Campaign in Jim Crow Kentucky
20 Fall 2019 Rebecca Richart The “Backside” of the Track: Race, Recognition, and Labor Shifts in Thoroughbred Horse Racing
20 Fall 2019 Carolyn Brooks and Perter Morrin Site Review Essay. “Won’t You Come See Us…”: Bourbon Toursim in Kentucky
20 Fall 2019 Glenn W. Storrs Collection Essay. Big Bone Lick
20 Fall 2019 Heather Potter Collection Essay. Unearthing Mammoth Cave Collections at the Filson
21 Winter 2019 Joseph Pearson Dread Barbarism and the Pursuit of Power: American Whig Thought and the Purpose of the Past
21 Winter 2019 Joy M. Giguere “Flaunting the Evidence of Treason in the Face of Loyalty”: Funerals, Grave Decoration, and the Fashioning of Kentucky’s Civil War Identity
21 Winter 2019 Bayyinah S. Jeffries Race Relations in Higher Education: The Case of the OSU 34
21 Winter 2019 John David Smith and Micheal J. Larson Documentary Editing Essay. Editing the Letters of the Midwesterner in the Civil War: The Making and Meaning of Dear Delia
21 Winter 2019 Bryan C. Rindfleisch Collection Essay. The Journal of William Dells: The Many Violences of the Cherokee Expedition of 1776
21 Winter 2019 Lawrence Celani Review Essay. New Histories of Slavery and Emancipation
21 Winter 2019 Aaron Astor Review Essay. Mass Democracy and the Many Fields of Blood
22 Spring 2020 Melanie Beals Goan The “Arguement of Numbers”
22 Spring 2020 Randolph Hollingsworth African American Women Voters in Lexington’s School Suffrage Times, 1895-1902: Race Matters in the History of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Movement
22 Spring 2020 Ann Taylor Allen Woman Suffrage and Progressive Reform in Louisville, 1908-1920
22 Spring 2020 Sarah Staples CMC Collection Essay. The Fight to Let Cincinnati Women Vote
22 Spring 2020 Jana Meyer Filson Collection Essay. “Politics Is a Moral Science”: Tracing the Women’s Suffrage Movement in the Filson’s Collections
23 Summer 2020 Richard Hume Werking Naming Louisville’s Parks: A Story of Tribes, Politics, and the Filson President
23 Summer 2020 Kelsey Frady Malone Complicating the Confederate Monument: Enid Yandell’s 1894 Proposal for Louisville, Kentucky
23 Summer 2020 Harold G. Peach Jr. Scandal, Litigation, and Women’s School Suffrage in Kentucky: Anderson County Superintendent Lee Davis Maddox Campbell
23 Summer 2020 James J. Holmberg Collections Essay. The Filson’s Children
24 Fall 2020 Joseph Thomas Ross “Strange Doings with Respect to Preemptions”: Federal Power and Political Interests at the Chillicothe Land Office, 1800-1802
24 Fall 2020 Meg Eppel Gudgeirsson “We Do Not Have Any Prejudice…but…”: Racism in the Interracial Berea Literary Institute, 1866-1904
24 Fall 2020 Aaron D. Purcell An Indomitable Activist: Ethel B. du Pont and the Ranks of Labor in Kentucky
24 Fall 2020 Abigail Glogower Collections Essay. Pure Process: Building a Julius Friedman Collection at the Filson Historical Society
24 Fall 2020 Abigail Glogower Collections Essay. Pure Process: Building a Julius Friedman Collection at the Filson Historical Society
25 Winter 2020 Jason Phillips Taking Things Seriously: Death and Material Culture in the Nineteenth-Century America
25 Winter 2020 Jamie L. Brumitt “Sacred Relics To-morrow”: The Presence of Protestant Relics in the Mid-Nineteenth-Century Ohio Valley
25 Winter 2020 Sarah J. Purcell Henry Clay’s Coffin: Material Culture and Politicized Mourning in 1852
25 Winter 2020 Jeffrey Smith Cities of the Dead for the Living in the Ohio Valley
25 Winter 2020 Christine Engels Collections Essay. A City Grieves: William Haines Lytle’s Funeral
25 Winter 2020 Brooks Vessels and Maureen Lane Collections Essay. Shrouded in Jet and Crepe: A Look at Mourning Attire at the Filson Historical Society
21 Spring 2021 Stanley Hedeen From Waterway to Railway: The History of the Cincinnati & Whitewater Canal
26 Spring 2021 Ann Taylor Allen Jewish Louisville as Social Reformers and Suffragists: Louisville, Kentucky 1890-1920
26 Spring 2021 Douglas E. Herman John W. Porter: Champion of Baptist Fundamentalism
26 Spring 2021 Eira Tansey Collections Essay: Ohio River Engineering
26 Spring 2021 Lynn Pohl Collections Essay: Documenting a Deadly Disease: Tuberculosis and Waverly Hills Sanatorium in the Filson’s Collections
26 Spring 2021 Hilary Green Review Essay: Emancipation and Origins of Reconstruction
27 Summer 2021 David Stradling Universities, Slavery, and History’s Role in Institutional Reform
27 Summer 2021 Robert Murray The Half That is Never Told: Creating a Useful Past at Centre College
27 Summer 2021 Angelina Lincoln Remembering William Moulden: Villanova University’s Black Founder and Early Benefactor
27 Summer 2021 A. James Fuller The Legacy of the Founders: Wrestling with Slavery at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
27 Summer 2021 Anne Delano Steinert Forgetting Charles McMicken
27 Summer 2021 Selena Sanderfer Doss, Susan Farmer, Alexander Olson Jonesville and the Legacy of Slavery at Western Kentucky University
27 Summer 2021 Kyra T. Shahid, Holly Y. McGee The Academy’s Original Sin: Reflections on Universities, Slavery, and History’s Role in Institutional Reform
28 Fall 2021 Robert Goebel “The Men of the West Want No Disunion”: The 1860 Union Meetings in Louisville, Columbus, and Cincinnati
28 Fall 2021 Anya Jabour “A Kentucky Portia”: The Legal Career and Legislative Legacy of Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge, Kentucky’s First Woman Lawyer
28 Fall 2021 Steven J. Gores Building Cincinnati’s Poetry Community in the Period between the Wars: George Elliston, W. T. H. Howe, and The Gypsy
28 Fall 2021 Stanley Hedeen, Mickey deVise, Maat Manninen Collection Essay: Audubon in Cincinnati
28 Fall 2021 James M. Prichard Collection Essay: A Woman of Letters: Ann Mary Crittenden Coleman
29 Winter 2021 Alexis Guilbault “You Will Settle and Dispose of Them to the Most Advantage”: Colonialism and the Expansion of Native Slavery, 1750–1800
29 Winter 2021 Joe Lockard “Sunlight upon the Landscape”: Mattie Griffith, Moral Geography, and Poetic Abolitionism
29 Winter 2021 Jonathan Tyler Baker Rhodes’s Way or the Highway: The Consequences of Politics and Ideology in Ohio Public Higher Education after World War II
29 Winter 2021 Sarah Staples Wesleyan: The Cemetery Nobody Wanted
29 Winter 2021 Heather Potter Cartes de Visite and Cabinet Cards in the Ohio Valley, 1855–1900
30 Spring 2022 Lee A. Farrow When Russian Royalty Met Southern Hospitality: Grand Duke Alexis in Kentucky, 1872
30 Spring 2022 Michael Burchett From the Raven’s Perch: Airmindedness Roars through Portsmouth’s Scioto Valley
30 Spring 2022 Opolot Okia From Black Studies to Multiculturalism: The Evolution of the Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center at Wright State University, 1971-2018
30 Spring 2022 Emma Johansen Collection Essay: A Reconciliatory Body: Decolonizing the Bullitt Family Papers and Dismantling White Supremacy in the Archive
30 Spring 2022 Mark Alan Mattes Review Essay: Colonial Prehistories of Indigenous North America
31 Summer 2022 Ned Lodwick Introduction: Ulysses S. Grant and Southwestern Ohio
31 Summer 2022 Kevin Eagles Public History Site Review: Ulysses S. Grant’s Boyhood Home Museum, Georgetown, Ohio
31 Summer 2022 Kevin McPartland, Daniel Farrell Public History Site Review: Expanding a Lagacy: The US Grant Birthplace in Point Pleasant, Ohio
31 Summer 2022 Nicholas W. Sacco Public History Site Review: Unraveling the Mystery of Ulysses S. Grant through the National Park Service
31 Summer 2022 Michael D. Pierson The Politics of Gender: The Wild Woman of Cincinnati Exhibit and Partisan Loyalties in 1856
31 Summer 2022 Christine Schmid Engels Collection Essay: Family Lines: Ulysses and Jesse Grant
31 Summer 2022 Patrick A. Lewis Collection Essay: “An Ironical Biography”: Edward Potter Thompson, U. S. Grant, and the Start of Lost Cause Kentucky