Brought to you by-- the Ohio
Vital Information for Libraries Center (OVIL),
a grant-funded project of OHS supported by the
of Ohio and OPLIN.
in Ohio: 1850-1920
This sample of digitized
primary materials illuminates specific moments
in Ohio's history and provides an overview of
the experiences of African Americans in Ohio.
This project was made possible by the generous
support of the Library of Congress and Ameritech.
Civil War Documents
General documents, including abstracts of
almost 4000 letters from Series
147, Correspondence to the Governor and
Adjutant General, 1861-1866; Index
to [Ohio] Prisoners at Andersonville and Salisbury
Prisons, 1864-1865; and also from the
Civil War Guide Project, Guide to Primary
Resource Collections at OHS.
the full text of the early Ohio Constitutions,
the Ordinance of the Northwest Territory, Executive
Journal of the Northwest Territory, War of 1812
in the Northwest documents, biographical sketches
of Ohio governors (1803-1971), Early Ohio Political
Leaders finding aid.
Search the full text of the Roster of
Ohio Soldiers in the War of 1812 from
General records. Ohio furnished 1759 Officers
and 24,521 enlisted men.