William Medill Papers OHIO
H I S T O R Y
1- 1/ 2 cubic feet
Provenance: The Ohio Historical Society acquired the William
Medill Papers upon a transfer from the Ohio governor's office
in 1929. Linda Kalette processed the collection in November
1978. Karjorie J. Myers edited the inventory in July 1979.
E'roperty rights: jm., e Ohio Eistoric; il Society llolds the property
rights to this collection.
Copyrights: Copyrights have not been dedicated to the public.
Consideration of the requirements of copyright is the
responsibility of the author and publisher.
Access: Access to this collection is open under the regulations
of the Archives- Manuscripts Division, Ohio Historical Society.
Citation: A suggested citation format is:
James E. Cox to William Medill, March I., 1854, the William
Medill Papers ( MSS 303) box 2, folder 1, Ohio Historical
Biographical sketch: Biographical information on William Medill
may be found in,
1) Dwight Smith, " William Medill," The Governors of Ohio.
Columbus: Ohio Historical Society, 1969.
2) Richard Faust, " William Medill: Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, 1845- 1849." The Old Eorthwest, v. 1, no. 2,
June 1975, p. 129- 140.
3) Robert Trennert, " William Medill's War With the Indian
Traders, 1847," Ohio History, v. 82, 1973, p. 46- 62.
4) Francis Weisenberger, The Passinq of the Frontier, The
History of the State of Ohio, edited by Carl Wittke,
Vol. 3. Columbus: State Archaeoloaical and Historical
5) Eugene Roseboon, The Civil War Era, The History of the
State of Ohio, edited by Carl Wittke, Vol. 4, Columbus:
Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, 1944.
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