Found in 159 Collections and/or Records:
100 words on various people that impacted the county. Alphabetical by last name, by Joan Baxter, Vol. 1.
History of Bowersville, in documents, maps, photos aand newspaper articles. List of Boweersville High School graduates, organized by year.
Memoir and historical narrative involving the murder of a police officer, by Jeffrey Alan John Ph.D. and Frank L. Johnson D.V.M.
History of Beaver Creek and the creation of the wetlands preserve, by Richard Swigart, copies in green binder, from The Spotted Turtle, Beavercreek Wetlands Association newsletter
Company history of requarth Lumber, by Mark O. Soeder.
A survey of the general population with anemphasis on religion, recreational, educational, and economic conditions in the county, by Paul L. Vogt, Ph.D., Miami University Bulletin XII No. 11, July 1914
Definitions of genealogical and historical terms, by Barbara Jean Evans.
Organized by the year of the Ohio General Assembly. Short descriptors of act and resolutions listing the numbered sections involved in the legislation. Date passed is listed. Written by Mary L. Bowman, published by the Ohio Genealogical Society.
Sources for researching Afro-American history, edited by Robert L. Clarke.
Beginner's guide to getting started in genealogy, by Jim and Terry Willard with Jane Wilson.
Novel by Helen Hooven Santmyer.
Brief histories of people, manufacturers and military industry involved with avaition in Miami Valley.Publication is a booklet from WSU Special Collections and Archives.
Definition, pronunciation and aadditional information pertaining to the German language. in plastic magazine holder with other books
Overview of historical professions, organizations, schools, homes, and family histories. Illustrated. Published by Beavercreek Historical Society.
Historical information grouped by topic. Illustrated. Published by Beavercreek Historical Society.
History pertaining to the founding and early life in the village. Information about schools, newspapers, churches, societies and politics included. Illustrated. the BELLBROOK HISTORICAL SOCIETY
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Open to the public. Only accessible in the archive.
Definitions of legal terms arranged alphabetically.
Life story of Garrett Buster with how he broke free of slavery and helped his family to do the same, by Greene B. Buster.
Listing of burials giving lot number and section number with date of burial. Indexed by Lisa E. (Morrow) Koogler, green binder
History of Carnegie libraries in the local area, by Mary Ellen Armentrout.
One hundred years of Cedarville College. Souvenir of the school's Centennial Celebration. Illustrated, text by J. Murray Murdoch, Ph.D.
History behind the establishment of the parkas well as brief essays about the women honored there. Published by The Women's History project of Greene County, Inc.
Origins of Wilberforce University with the dissolution of agreement, expansion and rebuilding with creation of Central State. by Lathardus Goggins
How the courts work, types of records,and how to serch them, by Christine Rose.
A collection of photos of the covered truss bridges of Greene County, by James H. Shell, Copyright 1998 GCHS. Additional descriptors and historical information included.
Xenia Gazette article series entitled, "Cracker Barrel," by Raymond A. Higgins. Topics varied. Books published by Greene County Historical Society, 1982.
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