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Ohio Historical Magazines, including Ohio History Journal

The American Pioneer; a monthly periodical, Vol 1

Volume 2

devoted to the objects of the Logan Historical Society; or, to collecting and publishing sketches relative to the early settlement and successive improvement of the country

Vols 1 & 2, Jan 1842 to Oct 1843
Cincinnati: J. S. Williams

The Logan Historical Society was established in several counties of southwestern Ohio. These two volumes appear to constitute the complete run of this early Ohio historical magazine. Although neither the volumes nor the individual monthly issues have tables of contents, each volume has a subject and name index at the back.

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Annals of the Early Settlers Association of Cuyahoga County

Vols. 1-9, 1880-1921
Cleveland: Early Settlers Association of Cuyahoga County

Journal of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio

Vol 1, Parts 1 & 2, 1838-39
Cincinnati: Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio

Bulletin of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio

Vols. 1-21, 1943 to 1963
Cincinnati: Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio

Cincinnati Historical Society Bulletin

Vols. 22-40, 1964 to 1982
Cincinnati: Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio

OAH Magazine of History 1985-2013

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The Fire Lands Pioneer

Original series Vol. 1-13, 1858-78; New Series Vol. 1-22, 1882-1921
Norwalk, OH: Firelands Historical Society

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The Ladies’ Repository: a monthly periodical, devoted to literature, arts, and religion

Volume 1 – Vol 36 (Jan 1841- Dec 1876)
Cincinnati: Methodist Episcopal Church

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The Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly

Vols. 1-43, 1887-1934
Columbus, Ohio: The Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society

The Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly was published under that name through Vol. 43. The name was then changed to the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly for Vols. 44-63, after which the name was again changed, to The Ohio Historical Quarterly. After Vol. 70 the name became Ohio History. All volumes (1-113) are available at the same web site, maintained by the Ohio Historical Society.

The Ohio Cultivator, a Semi-Monthly Journal, devoted to the Improvement of Agriculture & Horticulture …

and the Promotion of Domestic Industry, Illustrated with Engravings of Farm Buildings, Implements, Domestic Animals &C.

Various volumes 1849-1860
Columbus, Ohio: M. B. Bateham

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Ohio History. The Scholarly Journal of the Ohio Historical Society

Vols. 1-113, 1887-2004
Columbus, OH: Ohio Historical Society

Ohio history journal. Please see the note atThe Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly, above.

The Ohio Magazine

Vol 1-4, 1906-1908
Columbus: Ohio Magazine Pub. Co.

Ohio Valley History

Vols 1-6, 2001-6
Cincinnati: Cincinnati Museum Center and The Filson Historical Society

The “Old Northwest” Genealogical Quarterly

Vols. 1-15, 1898-1912
Columbus, OH: “Old Northwest” Genealogical Society

The Quarterly Journal and Review

Vol. 1, 1846
Cincinnati: L. A. Hine

Papers of the Ohio Church History Society, Vols 1-7

Vols 8-12

Vol. 1-12, 1890-1901
Oberlin: Church History Society

The Quarterly Publication of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio

Vols. 1-18, 1906-23
Cincinnati, OH: University of Cincinnati Press

Queen City Heritage

Vols. 41-57, 1983-99
Cincinnati: Cincinnati Historical Society

Western Literary Journal and Monthly Review

Vol. 1, 1845
Cincinnati: Robinson & Jones

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The Western Messenger

Vol. 1, 1835-6
Louisville, KY: T. H. Shreve

Western Pennsylvania History

Vols. 1-92, 1918-2018
Pittsburgh: Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania

This was initially published as the Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine and in the 1990s as Pittsburgh History. Subjects covered in some articles are relevant for the entire Ohio River Valley or for other areas that extend beyond Western Pennsylvania.

Western Reserve Historical Society Publication, Vols 1-84, 92-104

Vols 85-91

No. 1-104, 1870-1922
Cleveland: Western Reserve and Northern Ohio Historical Society

In the 1870s the society was known as the Western Reserve and Northern Ohio Historical Society.

Western Review and Miscellaneous Magazine: A Monthly Publication devoted to Literature and Science

Volume 2 Volume 3 Volume 4

Vol. 1-4, 1819-1821
Lexington, KY

The ‘tracts’ are papers published by the Western Reserve Historical Society from 1870 to 1877. Some of the titles from the volume with the first 36 are:

-Battle of Frenchtown, Michigan, January 1813 -First White Child in Ohio -Ancient Earth Works of the Cuyahoga Valley, with illustrations -First White Settlers in Ohio -War of 1812 -Archaeological Frauds -Col. Bradstreet’s Expedition, 1764 -Northwest Territory – Discovery and Ownership (by James A. Garfield) -Relics of the Mound Builders -Historical and Pioneer Societies in Ohio -Western Reserve – Origin of Title -Bison or Buffalo in Ohio

Ohio Historic Newspapers

Guide to Ohio Newspapers, 1793-1973: Union Bibliography of Ohio Newspapers Available in Ohio Libraries

Gutgesell, Stephen, ed.
Columbus: Ohio Historical Society 1974

The Guide to Ohio Newspapers 1793-1973 is a complete bibliography of all extant-newspapers published in Ohio from 1793 to 1973, an estimated 3500 titles. It includes a list of the newspaper holdings of over 200 academic, public, and special libraries in the state as well as data on titles of papers, span dates, and editions.

The Anti-slavery Bugle

New Lisbon, OH

Ohio Historical Newspapers

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The Centinel of the North-Western Territory

Nov 1793 – May 1796

Gallipolis Journal

July 4, 1850 forward
Gallipolis, OH.

Oberlin Evangelist

Nov 1838 – Dec, 1862
Oberlin, OH

Toledo Blade & Other Toledo-area Newspapers

Toledo’s Attic Website

Contains links to digital collections of Toledo’s historic newspapers.

Chronicling America: Ohio Newspapers

Library of Congress
Chronicling America Historic American Newspapers

This site at the Library of Congress has a very large collection of historic newspapers from every state in the U.S. In addition to the digitized newspapers, they provide information about other historic newspapers not in their digitized collection. For that database, use the tab “US Newspaper Directory, 1690-Present”.

Historical U.S. Newspapers Online: Ohio

Bowling Green State University Libraries

This page of BGSU’s LibGuide (Library Research Guide) has links to free online newspaper collections for all states beginning with O. Scroll down for the Ohio collection.

The Ancestor Hunt – United States Online Historical Newspaper Links – Ohio

The Ancestor Hunt is a very large site with a page of newspaper links for each U.S. state. The Ohio page has numerous links to free historic newspapers and includes links to individual newspapers within major collections such as the Library of Congress American Memory, Ohio Historical Society’s African-American Experience in Ohio 1850-1920, and Ohio State Library’s Ohio Memory Project.

For more online collections of U.S. historical newspapers, see: Free Newspaper Archives

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