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Sandusky River: its geography, history and traditions.

Lucy Elliot Keeler

Sandusky River: its geography, history and traditions.

by Lucy Elliot Keeler

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Published by Press of F.J. Heer in Columbus, O .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sandusky River (Ohio)
    • Subjects:
    • Sandusky River (Ohio)

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      StatementBy Miss Lucy Elliot Keeler ...
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF497.S2 K3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination58 p.
      Number of Pages58
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6965630M
      LC Control Number06004473
      OCLC/WorldCa23106809

      Geography From the dunes on Lake Erie to the gorge-cut plateau along the Ohio River, from which Ohio takes its name, the land is fairly flat, with some pleasant rolling country and, in the southeast, small rugged hills leading to the mountains of West Virginia. Ohio History: Selected full-text books . Tiffin is a city in and the county seat of Seneca County, Ohio, United States. Developed along the Sandusky River, which flows to Lake Erie, Tiffin is about 55 miles southeast of population at the census. The National Arbor Day Foundation has designated Tiffin as a Tree City USA.. It is the home of Heidelberg University and Tiffin : Seneca.

        Serving as the county seat of Wyandot County along the Sandusky River, the town of Upper Sandusky derived its name from an earlier Wyandot Indian village of the same name. Rich in history, Upper Sandusky was home to the Wyandotte Native Americans until   I believe it may be that since the river flows into Lake Erie, the "upper" may refer to its source at Walton Lake, or any part of the river before it empties into Sandusky Bay. Same thing goes for the Nile River. The Upper Nile is actually in the south and the lower Nile the closer you get into the Mediterranean Sea (going North).

      The things we make “Material culture records human intrusion in the environment,” says Henry Glassie ( 1) in his book Material Culture.. “It is the way we imagine a distinction between nature and culture, and then rebuild nature to our desire, shaping, reshaping, and arranging things during life.   Trail #2- Of striking importance was the Scioto trail running north and south through the state, between Sandusky Bay,“ and the mouth of the Scioto River. Ascending the Sandusky River crossing the portage and descending the Scioto to its juncture with the Ohio, the Scioto trail crossed the 1atter river and joined the famous “Warrior’s.


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Sandusky River: its geography, history and traditions. Columbus, O., Press of F.J. Heer, Other articles where Sandusky River is discussed: Asian carp: had been breeding in the Sandusky River, a short stream that flows into Lake Erie.

These individuals had naturally reproduced in the Sandusky; there was no evidence that the presence of the fish was the result of stocking or accidental release from a fish farm. Although the diet of the. Keeler, Lucy Elliot: Pot-pourri. (Fremont, Ohio.) (page images at HathiTrust) Keeler, Lucy Elliot: The Sandusky River: its geography, history and traditions.

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Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing. SANDUSKY RIVER HISTORY GEOLOGY OTIS MAP INDIANS OH RARE THE SANDUSKY RIVER ITS GEOGRAPHY - HISTORY - AND TRADITIONS MISS LUCY ELLIOT KEELER COLUMBUS, OHIO INDIANS - INFORMATION - MAP - FORTS - OTIS ESTATE Up for bid is the very interesting The Sandusky River by Miss Lucy Elliot Keeler Columbus, Ohio.

The Sandusky River (Wyandot: saandusti; Shawnee: Potakihiipi) is a tributary to Lake Erie in north-central Ohio in the United is about miles ( km) long and flows into Lake Erie at the southwest side of Sandusky Bay. The Sandusky River, like the Maumee River to the west, is home to the annual walleye run in the spring, specifically March–April.

Sandusky River report ; Clarence F Clark; Columbus: Ohio Division of Wildlife, (OCLC ) A sociological and historic survey of the Sandusky River Basin ; Mark W Frey; W Lee Collar; (OCLC ) The Sandusky River: its geography, history and traditions.

; Lucy Elliot Keeler; Columbus, O., Press of F.J. Heer, (OCLC. Sandusky County's vast midsection — the lands bordering the Sandusky River; much of Ballville, Sandusky, Rice, and Riley townships — received the majority of its German settlers.

Others purchased tracts in the county's northwestern quadrant, in Woodville and Washington townships. The area's dwellings vary in age, pretension, and appearance.

The damage to property in Fremont alone amounted to about $, Loss in the upper towns of Tiffin, Bucyrus and Upper Sandusky was also large." Excerpted from: Keeler, Lucy. "The Sandusky River: Its Geography, History, and Tradition." Columbus, Ohio, to top of page.

(For the story of the Sandusky River, its fish, floods, famous boats and the important history of its valley, see "The Sandusk) River," by Miss Keeler, Ohio Archaeological and Historical Pub- lications, April, ) How did the British forces come hither to the llattle of Fort Stephenson.

By Lake Erie and the Sandusky river. across to the Sandusky river on their way to the Scioto and Ohio. The French, resenting this intrusion, "usurped F. Sandoski" and in built another fort, "Junundat," on the east or right side of the Sandusky.

river and bay. The maps of John Mitchell and Lewis Evans, both pub-lished inclearly show the location of these two forts. History. The bay was known to historic and ancient indigenous peoples, including the Iroquoian-speaking Wyandot who dominated this area (they were called the Huron people by French explorers and colonists).

Located in territory claimed by early French explorers, the bay was identified on a map by Guillaume Delisle as Lac Sandouské (later anglicized as Lake Sandusky). Sandusky Bay is a bay on Lake Erie in northern Ohio, formed at the mouth of the Sandusky was identified as Lac Sandouské on a French map, with early variations recorded that suggest the name was derived from Native American languages.

The Thomas A. Edison Memorial Bridge was constructed across it in the 20th century to connect highways in Erie and Ottawa counties. Lucy Elliot Keeler is the author of The Centenary Celebration of the Birth of Rutherford Birchard Hayes ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), A Guide t 2/5(1).

Sandusky, river, c mi ( km) long, rising in N Ohio and flowing W through Bucyrus, then N past Tiffin to Sandusky Bay, an arm of Lake Erie. This landlocked bay, 18 mi (29 km) long, is one of the best harbors on the lake. Etymology.

The accepted etymology is that the name "Sandusky" is derived from the Wyandot word saundustee, meaning "water" or andusti, "cold water." In his history of New France, Charlevoix transliterated the word as "Chinouski." Sandusky Bay, formed at the mouth of the Sandusky River, is identified as "Lac (Lake) Sandouské" on a map by Guillaume : Erie.

Length x Width: Ohio is miles long and miles wide at its most distant points. Geographic Center Explanation: The geographic center of Ohio is located in Delaware County, 25 miles NNE of the city of Columbus. Longitude: 82° 'W Latitude: 40° 'N. National History Day in Ohio; Field Trips; Professional Development; Educator Resources; Distance Learning; History to Go Van; Blackboard Mailing; Founding Documents; Buckeye Council for History Education; Ohio History Central.

History. Fremont stands on the site of Junquindundeh, an historic Wyandot village on the west bank of the lower Sandusky River, near the falls and about 15 miles (24 km) upstream from its mouth at Sandusky County: Sandusky.18 Ohio Arch. and Hist. Society P ublications. Time, like an ever-rolling stream, Bears all its sons away.Ohio is a Midwestern state in the Great Lakes region of the United state takes its name from the Ohio River, whose name in turn originated from the Seneca word ohiːyo', meaning "good river", "great river" or "large creek".

The Ohio River forms its southern border, though nearly all of the river itself belongs to Kentucky and West Virginia.