Auglaize County, Ohio

History and Genealogy



History of Auglaize County


These are from "History of Auglaize County, Ohio, with the Indian History of Wapakoneta, and the First Settlement of the County", Robert Sutton, Publishers, Wapakoneta, 1880

Introduction

History of Ohio

The War of 1812

Indian Territory

The Shawnees

The Indians

Black-Hoof

Way-Wel-Ea-Py

John Perry; or Lollaway

Little Turtle

Tecumseh

Logan, or Captain Logan

Captain Johnny

Bright Horn; or Wa-The-The-We-La

John Wolf; or La-Wa-Tu-Cheh

Peter Cornstalk

Blue Jacket

The Friends At Wapakoneta

Auglaize County

Bodies Of Water

Railroads

Wagon Roads

Topography

Timber

Villages

Schools

Churches

Inhabitants

Material Wealth

The County Seat

Archæology

Official Record

Duchoquet Township— Wapakoneta
Under The Whites
Business Interests
Churches
Political
Villages
Biographies

St. Marys—St. Marys
Official Records
Biographies

German Township—New Bremen
Industries—Financial, Commercial and Manufacturing
Official
Biographies
Publications
Churches

Jackson Township—Minster
Biographies

Washington Township—New Knoxville
Biographical

Pusheta Township—Freyburg
Biographical

Clay Township—St. Johns.
St. Johns
Biographical

Goshen Township.
Biographical

Wayne Township
Biographical

Union Township
Biographical

Logan Township—Buckland
Organization
Official
Public Roads
Schools And Churches
Biographical

Salem Township—Kossuth
Biographical

Noble Township
Biographical

Moulton Township
Biographical

Military Record




These are from "History of Western Ohio and Auglaize County with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Pioneers and Prominent Public Men" by C. W. Williamson, W.M. Linn, Pub, Columbus, 1905.

Preface

Early French and English Explorations.

French Traders

Indian Occupation of Ohio

Life Among the Ohio Indians

Clans and Tribes

Religion

Domestic Life

Revolt of the Colonies

Early Settlers

Harmar's Campaign