Pleasantly Situated
Bibliography

Articles:

Journal of Ohio City (1849-1854), May 24 and June 7, 1853.

Miller, "Ohio City", "Pioneer Women of Cleveland, West Side."

Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly,"Journal of Oren Wiley, 1836-1842," volume 60 (1951)

The Smithsonian Journal of History, "The Cuyahoga Steam Furnace Company," volume 3, pp. 59-76 (Spring 1968).

Western Reserve Magazine, "Water to Steam: Industry in the Western Reserve, 1800-1860," by Robert Wheeler. Volume 5 (September-October 1978), passim.


Books:

Andrew Freese, Early History of the Cleveland Public Schools (Cleveland, 1876).

B. White, Esq., ed., Acts to Provide for the Organization of the Cities . . . (Cleveland, 1855).

Chapman, City Planning under Mercantile Expansion: the Case of Cleveland, Ohio.

David W. Demming, "A Social and Demographic Study of Cuyahoga County Blacks, 1820-1860," (unpublished M. A. thesis; Kent State University, 1976).

Elijah Peet, Peetís General Business Directory of the Cities of Cleveland and Ohio (Cleveland, 1845).

Johnson, History of Cuyahoga County.

Michael S. Pap, ed., Ethnic Communities of Cleveland (Cleveland, 1973).

Rose, Cleveland.

W. Scott Robison, ed., Cleveland, 1888 (Cleveland, 1887).

Warren Jenkins, Ohio Gazetteer (Columbus, 1841).

Whittlesey,

William Ganson Rose, Cleveland: the Making of a City (Cleveland, 1950).

W. Scott Robison, ed., Cleveland, 1888 (Cleveland, 1887).

Newspapers:

Cleveland Herald
, January 1, 1823. December 10, 1824.September 9, 1825.November 4, 1825. November 19, 1825.December 9, 1825..January 19, 1827. April 25, 1828.April 9, 1829.October 12, 1833.June 7, 1835. March 4, 1836. March 16, 1836. June 11, 1836. July 5, 1836. September 15, 1836. October 6, 1836. October 20, 1836. November 5, 1836. February 24, 1837. June 16, 1837. July 13, 1837. February 23, 1837.June 29, 1837. July 6, 1837. August 10, 1837. December 1, 1837. March 1, 1838. February 22, 1839. March 7, 1842. July 15, 1843. September 26, 1844. April 28, 1845. September 2, 1845. December 10, 1846. April 14, 1847. January 4, 1848. April 16, 1850. July 13, 1851. October 13, 1851.

The Cleveland Whig, November 25, 1835.

Gazette, December 1, 1837.

True Democrat for April 16, 1850. May 30, 1850. November 5, 1849. August 13, 1851. February 9, 1852. February 21, 1852. March 3, 1852. October 15, 1852. May 12, 1853. July 27, 1853

Forest City Democrat, February 1, 1854. February 6, 1854.

Ohio American

The Leader, February 6, 1854. April 3, 1854. October 20, 1855. December 12, 1855. December 20, 1855. January 31, 1856; February 7, 1857; and July 24, 1857. August 10, 1860. March 5 and October 10, 1861. December 29, 1862. April 23, 1863. July 27, 1863. November 11, 1864. February 9, 1865. April 26, 1867. June 4, 1867. May 28, 1868. June 4, 1868. September 1, 1868. May 19, 1869. January 31, 1870. December 21, 1870. April 21, 1871. May 27, 1871. December 18, 1872. July 14, 1873. September 2, 1873. May 26, 1874. January 16, 1875.

Manuscripts:

Edwin Foote to William Foote, March 4, 1835, MS 3181, WRHS

Sarah Rusk, "Hezekiah Eldredge, 1795-1845: Master Builder of Western New York State and the Western Reserve," (unpublished paper, WRHS).

"Labor Book, 1834-1836," for the Cuyahoga Steam Furnace Company, located in MS 2525, WRHS.

Ohio City Argus, May 26, 1836, WRHS.

Ordinances of Ohio City (1836-1854), 2, 8, 26, 27, 28, 41, 56, 61, 68, 69, 83, 84, 90

Resolutions of Ohio City (1841-1847)

Ohio City Council Proceedings (1836-1849)

Ransom M. Church, "History of Saint John Church, Cleveland," which appeared in the parish magazine in 1909-1910 and was abstracted by Alfred Mewett, Alfred Mewett Papers, MS 3124, container 9, folder 4, WRHS.

Directory of Cleveland and Ohio City

White, "Furnace Company," MS 2525, WRHS.

"Abstract of votes given at the election . . .," MS 3423, WRHS.

The Cuyahoga County Archives, record group 10.0, Coronerís Inquests, nineteenth century, no.64, 66, 102, 115

Cuyahoga County Archives volume entitled Religious and Other Societies lists all groups which were formed in Cuyahoga County after 1845.

Cuyahoga County Archives volume entitled, Religious and Other Societies.

Maps:

Merchant Map