Twinsburg, Ohio, 1817-1917 ...

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Lena May Carter, Roselle Theodore Cross
Champlin Press, Columbus, O., 1917 - Summit County (Ohio) - 533 pages
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Page 182 - This is set forth in verse and prose of the most direct sort, and is embellished with choruses, songs, dances, marches, and every legitimate spectacular adjunct. It is acted in some beautiful and historical spot, which is left without any artificial embellishment whatever. It is acted by the citizens of the town themselves, their wives, their children and their friends .. . . It is acted in a spirit of simplicity and reverence, and the audience must bring the same spirit in watching its progress....
Page 109 - Western forces, received at 2 o'clock this morning, I am directed to send all armed men that can be raised immediately to Cincinnati. You will at once exert yourselves to execute this order. The men should be armed, each furnished with a blanket and at least two days
Page 182 - It is the representation of the history of a town, in dramatic form, from the earliest period to some later point, forming a fitting climax. This is set forth in verse and prose of the most direct sort, and is embellished with choruses, songs, dances, marches, and every legitimate spectacular adjunct. It is acted in some beautiful and historical spot, which is left without any artificial embellishment whatever. It is acted by the citizens of the town themselves, their wives, their children and their...
Page 8 - When beechen buds begin to swell, And woods the blue-bird's warble know, The yellow violet's modest bell Peeps from the last year's leaves below. Ere russet fields their green resume, Sweet flower, I love, in forest bare, To meet thee, when thy faint perfume Alone is in the virgin air. Of all her train, the hands of Spring First plant thee in the watery mould...
Page 99 - Discipline. It may also devise and carry into effect suitable plans for providing for the finances of the Church, and discharge such other duties as the Quarterly Conference may from time to time commit to it, not otherwise provided for in the Discipline.
Page 110 - Cincinnati was menaced by the enemies of our Union. David Tod, Governor of Ohio, called on the Minute Men of the State, and the ' Squirrel Hunters' came by thousands to the rescue.
Page 110 - Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Ohio, that the Governor be and he is hereby authorized and directed to appropriate out of his contingent fund, a sufficient sum to pay for printing and lithographing discharges for the patriotic men of the State, who responded to the call of the Governor, and went to the southern border to repel the invader, and who will be known in history as the Squirrel Hunters.
Page 182 - It is not a stage play. It is a lofty and dignified panorama of the town's history. And it is ... an act of local patriotism.
Page 45 - Government was that she should be remunerated for her services and the employment of her private resources, it was not until some time after the close of the war that...
Page 53 - There was a fireplace at one end built of rough stones and topped out with sticks plastered over with clay.

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