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Oberlin History, 1833-1875

[141] Bigglestone, William E., "Irrespective of Color," Oberlin Alumni Magazine. 77 (Spring 1981), 35-36.

[142] ________, Oberlin: From War To Jubilee, 1866-1883. Oberlin, Grady Publishing Co., 1983.

[143] ________, "Some who stopped here: early Oberlin residents," Observer, 3 (March 18, 1982), 4.

[144] ________, "Straightening A Fold in the Record," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 68 (May/June 1972) 11.

[145] ________, They Stopped in Oberlin: Black Residents and Visitors of the Nineteenth Century. Scottsdale, Arizona, Innovation Group Inc. 1981.

[146] Blodgett, Geoffrey T., "Asa Mahan at Oberlin: the pitfalls of perfection," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 80 (Spring 1984), 24-27.

[147] ________, "Finney's Oberlin," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 72 (March/April 1976) 2-11, 19.

[148] ________, "Oberlin Starts the Civil War," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 86 (Summer 1990), 16-18

[149] Bosworth, L.A.M., "Civil War Days in Oberlin," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 15 (December 1918), 65-69.

[150] Brandt, Nathan H., The Town That Started the Civil War, Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1990.

[151] Burroughs, Wilbur G., "Oberlin's Part in the Slavery Conflict," Ohio State Archeological and Historical Quarterly, 20 (April-July 1911), 269-334.

[152] Chapin, William H., "Landmarks of Early Oberlin," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 26 (October 1929) to 27 (May 1931) in 18 installments as follows: "The Beginnings of Oberlin" (October 1929); various College buildings (November 1929-December 1930); "Early School Houses" (January 1931); "The First Church" (February 1931); "Streets and Roads" (March 1931), "Mills and Factories" (April 1931); "The College Campus" (May 1931).

[153] Churchill, Alfred Vance, "Midwestern: Pioneer Life in Northern Ohio," Northwest Ohio Quarterly, 23 to 27 in 17 installments as follows; "A Prelude to the History of Oberlin Colony and College" (Winter 1950-51); "The Founding of Oberlin," Parts I & II (Spring & Summer 1951); "Early Oberlin Personalities" (Autumn 1951); "New England Backgrounds' (Winter 1951-1952); "Scientific and Musical Beginnings at Oberlin" (Spring 1952); "Professor Charles Henry Churchill of Oberlin" (Summer 1952); "Transition at Oberlin, 1850-1887" (Autumn 1952); "Oberlin Students, Sinners and Adolescents in the 1870's and 1880's" (Winter 1952-53); "An Oberlin Boyhood" (Spring 1953); "The Colored People" (Summer 1953); "Mother Churchill" (Autumn 1953); "Grandpa Vance, 1808-1887" (Autumn 1954); "Grandma Vance, 1810-1901" (Winter 1954-55); "An Oberlin Homestead" (Spring 1955); "Oberlin Playmates" (Summer 1955); "An Oberlin Family" (Autumn 1955).

[154] Clark, Elizabeth Keep, "An Oberlin Childhood," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 18 (May 1922), 9-10.

[155] Clark, Ricky, "The Missionary Position: Attitudes Toward Marriage in Oberlin 1840-1855," Western Reserve Studies Symposium.(Cleveland: The Western Reserve Historical Society, 1989), 1-10.

[156] Cochran, William C., "Some Interviews With Charles G. Finney," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 24 (March 1928), 7-8.

[157] ________, "What Has Cincinnati Had to Do With Oberlin," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 3 (June 1907), 318-25.

[158] ________, "When Oberlin College Was Peculiar," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 22 (November 1925), 8-10.

[159] Comings, Emilie Royce, & Frances J. Hosford, "The Story of L.L.S., the First Woman's Club in America," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 23 (March 1927), 10-13.

[160] Ellsworth, Clayton S., "Oberlin and the Anti-Slavery Movement up to the Civil War," Ph.D. dissertation, Cornell University, 1930.

[161] Fairchild, E. H., Historical Sketch of Oberlin College. Springfield: Republic Printing Co., 1868.

[162] Fairchild, James H., "Letters," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 1 (November 1904) to (July 1905) in 8 installments. [163] ________, Oberlin: Its Origin, Progress and Results. An Address, Prepared for the Alumni of Oberlin College, Assembled August 22, 1860. Oberlin: Shankland and Harmon, 1860.

[164] ________, Oberlin: The Colony and the College 1833-1883. Oberlin: E.J. Goodrich, 1883.

[165] Fletcher, Juanita D., "Against the Consensus: Oberlin College and the Education of American Negroes, 1835-1865," Ph. D. dissertation, The American University, 1974.

[166] Fletcher, Robert S., "Bread and Doctrine at Oberlin," Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly, 49 (January-March 1940), 58-67.

[167] ________, "Distaff and Gavel, Women's Organizations in Early Oberlin," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 36 (April 1940), 4-5 & 19.

[168] ________, "The First Coeds," American Scholar, 7 (Winter 1938), 78-93; reprinted in Harrison G. Platt, Jr., and Porter G. Perrin, Current Expressions of Fact and Opinion. Chicago, 1941, 175-182.

[169] ________, "Going West to College in the Thirties," Oberlin College Library Bulletin, 2 (1930), 1-20.

[170] ________, "The Government of the Oberlin Colony," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, 20 (September 1933), 179-90.

[171] ________, A History of Oberlin College From its Foundation Through the Civil War. 2 vols., Oberlin, 1943; reprinted in 1971 in one volume by the Arno Press, N.Y.C. [Serious students of Oberlin before 1866 should consult the author's "Partial List of Sources", pp. 927-76.]

[172] ________, "John Brown and Oberlin," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 28 (February 1932), 135-41.

[173] ________, "Oberlin and Co-education," Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly, 47 (January 1938), 1-19.

[174] ________, "Oberlin in the Fifties as Recorded by Twelve-year-old Mary Louisa Cowles," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 27 (May 1931), 233-37.

[175] ________, "Oneida and Oberlin," Town Topics of the Mohawk Valley, 6 (November 1931), 9-10 & 22-23.

[176] ________, "Ransom's John Brown Painting," Kansas Historical Quarterly, 9 (November 1940), 343-46.

[177] ________, "The Wellington Rescue," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 54 (November 1958), 6-8 & 23.

[178] Fletcher, Robert S. and Ernest H. Wilkins, "The Beginning of College Education for Women and of Coeducation on the College Level," Bulletin of Oberlin College, March 20, 1937.

[179] Ginzberg, Lori D., "Women in an Evangelical Community: Oberlin 1835-1850," Ohio History, 89 (Winter 1980), 78-88.

[180] Haddad, Gladys., "Women's Work at Oberlin College," The Western Reserve Magazine, 8 (September/October 1981), 43-47.

[181] ________, "Social Roles and Advanced Education for Women in Nineteenth Century America: A Study of Three Western Reserve Institutions," Ph.D. dissertation, Case Western Reserve University, 1980.

[182] Hall, Lyman B., "Notes on the Founders of Oberlin College," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 4 (February 1908), 170-75.

[183] Hamilton, James E. "A Comparison of the Moral Theories of Charles Finney and Asa Mahan." Ph.D. dissertation, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1972.

[184] Henle, Ellen and Marlene Merrill, "Antebellum black coeds at Oberlin College," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 75 (January/February 1980), 18-21.

[185] Hogeland, Ronald W., "Coeducation of the Sexes at Oberlin College; A Study of Social Ideas in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America," Journal of Social History, 6 (Winter 1972-73), 160-76.

[186] Horton, James Oliver, "Black Education at Oberlin College: A Controversial Commitment," Journal of Negro Education, 54 (Fall 1985), 477-99.

[187] Hosford, Frances J., "The Age of Heroes," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 27 (January 1931), 103-06; (February 1931), 137-41; [Work and George Thompson]; (June 1931), 269-71.

[188] ________, "Father and Mother Shipherd," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 26 (May 1930), 235-8.

[189] ________, "Finney and His Children," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 30 (July 1934), 299-302.

[190] ________, "Finney The Inscrutable," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 30 (May 1934), 233-36.

[191] ________, "Oberlin alumnae of the First Half-Century and their Occupations," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 25 (June 1929), 263-66.

[192] ________, "The Pioneer Women of Oberlin College," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 23 (November 1926 to May 1927) in 7 installments.

[193] ________, "The Valley of Decision," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 26 (June 1930), 263-65.

[194] Hosford, Frances J., "Things New and Old: ‘Those Horrid Men'," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 24 (December 1927), 10-11.

[195] Johnson, James E., et al, "Charles Grandison Finney, 19th Century Giant of American Revivalism (1792-1875," Christian History, 7:4, Issue 20 (1989), 37p.

[196] Johnston, Adelia A.F., "Faculty of Oberlin College in 1869," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 4 (June 1908), 339-42.

[197] ________, "Significant Events and Noted Persons," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 6 (November 1909), 51-63.

[198] Kaiser, P.H., "The Oberlin of Sixty Years Ago," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 15 (April 1919), 167- 170.

[199] Kinsey, Daniel C., "Health Activities at Oberlin and other Ohio Colleges to 1850," Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan, 1961.

[200] ________, "The History of Physical Education in Oberlin College, 1833-1890," unpubl. M.A. thesis, Oberlin, 1935.

[201] Knight, George, "Oberlin College and Adventist Education Reforms," Adventist Heritage, 8 (Spring 1983), 3-9.

[202] Laine, William R., "Some Civil War Memories," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 15 (October 1918), 11-2 and (February 1919), 123-24.

[203] Lawson, Ellen N., & Marlene Merrill, "The Antebellum ‘Talented Thousandth': Black College Students at Oberlin Before the Civil War," The Journal of Negro Education, 52 (Spring 1983), 142-55.

[204] Lawson, Ellen NicKenzie, "‘I am bound to do better,' An antebellum student's letters from Oberlin," Observer, 7 (December 12, 1985), 6,5.

[205] ________, "Observations on an antebellum interracial ‘Utopia'," Observer, 3 (March 4, 1982) 4.

[206] Lee, James W., "The Development of Theology at Oberlin," Ph.D dissertation, Drew University, 1952.

[207] Leonard, Delavan L., "Early Annals of the Oberlin Church," Papers of the Ohio Church History Society, 8 (Oberlin, 1897), 81-110.

[208] Lesick, Lawrence Thomas, The Lane Rebels: Evangelicalism and Antislavery in Antebellum America. Studies in Evangelicalism, No. 2, Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1980.

[209] Lesick, Lawrence Thomas, "The Lane Rebels: Evangelism and Antislavery in Antebellum America," Ph.D. dissertation, Vanderbilt University, 1979.

[210] Ligibel, Ted J., "Beyond the Front Door: Oberlin's Architecture Unlocked," Northwest Ohio Quarterly, 58 (1986), 34-36.

[211] Lillich, Richard B., "The First Ladies Literary Society," The Gavel, 39 (November 1956), 5-7.

[212] Little, Sarah Cowles, "Tappan Square and Its Surroundings Fifty Years Ago," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 4 (March 1908), 217-23.

[213] Lobue, Wayne N., "Religious Romanticism and Social Revitalization: The Oberlin Perfectionists," Ph.D. dissertation, University of Kansas, 1972.

[214] Luker, Richard M., "The Western Reserve and a Legacy for Higher Educaton: Faculty Self-Governance at Oberlin College under the Finney Compact, 1834-1846," Ph.D. dissertation, University of Akron, 1985.

[215] Madden, Edward H., Civil Disobedience and Moral Law in Nineteenth Century American Philosophy. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1968 [chapters 4-6].

[216] ________, "Oberlin Reform and Civil Disobedience," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 65 (November 1969), 9-13 & 17.

[217] McClelland, William L., "Church and Ministry in the Life and Thought of Charles Grandison Finney," Ph.D. dissertation, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1967.

[218] McMillian, David K., "The Fire in His Eyes," Northern Ohio Live, 3, (May, 1983), 40-42, 47, 53.

[219] Merrill, Marlene D., "Daughters of America Rejoice: The Oberlin Experiment," Timeline, 4 (October-November 1987), 12-21.

[220] ________, "Early fund-raising: Weld appealed to British," Observer, 3, (October 29, 1981), 4.

[221] ________, "Oberlin's highest glory in history," Observer, 4 (October 29, 1987), 1,5.

[222] ________, "Radical women helped save early Oberlin," Observer, 4 (March 3, 1983), 6,4.

[223] ________, "Radical women and the survival of early Oberlin," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 79 (Spring 1983), 4-9.

[224] Monroe, Mary K., "The Membership of the First Church," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 6 (November 1909), 37-50.

[225] "Oberliniana": a brief historical item appears on page 3 in all but two of the issues, Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 54 (October 1958) to 58 (May 1962).

[226] Ringenberg, William C., "The Oberlin College Influence in Early Michigan," Old Northwest, 3 (1977), 111-31.

[227] Saslaw, Rita S., "Student Societies in Nineteenth Century Ohio: Misconceptions and Realities,' Ohio History, 88 (Spring 1979), 198-210.

[228] ________, "Student Societies: Nineteenth Century Establishment," Ph.D. dissertation, Case Western Reserve University, 1971.

[229] Seidman, Rachel F., "The Ladies' Literary Society: Oberlin's Early Feminists," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 83 (Fall 1987), 14-15.

[230] Shipherd, Jacob R., comp., History of the Oberlin-Wellington Rescue. Boston: John P. Jewett & Co., 1859.

[231] Siddall, A. Clair, "Consumer Rebellion Against Orthodox Medicine At Oberlin 1833," Ohio State Medical Journal, 72 (June 1976), 330-34.

[232] Stutler, Boyd B., "John Brown and the Oberlin Lands," West Virginia History, 12 (April 1951), 183-99.

[233] Thomas, Robert S., "They Gave Their Lives for the Slaves," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 69 (January/February 1973), 31-33.

[234] Wilder, Theodore, The History of Company C: Seventh Regiment, O.V.I.. Oberlin: J.B.T. Marsh, 1866.

[235] Wolfe, W. Dean, "Echoes of greatness: remembering John Mercer Langston," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 80 (Winter 1984), 13-16.

[236] Wright, George Frederick, "Company C," Oberlin Alumni Magazine, 7 (June 1911), 326-33.

[237] Zorbaugh, Charles L., "From Lane to Oberlin, an exodus extraordinary," Proceedings of Ohio Presbyterian Historical Society, 2 (1940), 30-47.

 
 
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