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Fri Mar 21 17:13:37 2014 UTClccn-nr920337580.00Message of the Governor of the state of Ohio, to both houses of the General Assembly, at the commencement of the 26th session of the Legislature. Tuesday, December 4, 18270.641.00Papers, 1804 thru 18707256832Allen_Trimblenr 920337583247722lccn-sh85137536Trimble familylccn-no98063125Tuttle, Mary McArthur T.(Mary McArthur Thompson)1849-1916edtnp-thompson, henry burton$1852Thompson, Henry Burton1852-edtlccn-nr95013965OhioGovernor (1826-1830 : Trimble)lccn-n97030974OhioMilitialccn-n82077162OhioGeneral Assemblylccn-nr91028721Swan, Gustavuslccn-no90004123Ohio Penitentiary (Columbus, Ohio)lccn-n50065467American Partylccn-n82116850Macomb, Alexander1782-1841Trimble, Allen1783-1870HistorySourcesRegistersBiographyOhioTrimble familyPolitical scienceTrimble, Allen,GovernorsUnited StatesBanks and banking--State supervisionEducation and stateSlaveryOhio.--MilitiaCriminal justice, Administration ofOhio.--General Assembly.--SenateExpenditures, PublicOhio Penitentiary (Columbus, Ohio)JudgesMercantile systemUniversities and collegesAmerican PartyIndians of North America--Government relationsRoadsCanalsPublic worksSchool landsAgricultureOhio Institution for the Education of the Deaf and DumbDeaf--EducationDeaf--Institutional careInternational relationsReal propertyTariffEducationElectionsPrisonsJackson, Andrew,War of 1812Railroads and stateWomenDepressionsPublic landsUnited States.--Congress.--HouseOhio.--Supreme CourtDraftLand companiesIndians of North AmericaAntimasonic PartyBanks and bankingUnited States.--Congress.--SenateFugitive slavesTravelSalt1783187018251827182818291830183218471870189319091033439F495391ocn000813471book19090.76Trimble, AllenAutobiography and correspondence of Allen Trimble, governor of Ohio, with genealogy of the familyHistoryBiography31ocn038423480book18291.00OhioPublic documents32ocn049503892book18271.00OhioGovernor's message31ocn036034588book1827OhioMessage of the Governor of the state of Ohio, to both houses of the General Assembly, at the commencement of the 26th session of the Legislature. Tuesday, December 4, 182721ocn012390110book18251.00Richardson, JosephMemorial of the Legislature of the State of Ohio upon the subject of lands set apart for the use of schools, with a bill to authorize the sale of said lands : January 7, 1825, read, and, with the bill, committed to a committee of the whole house to-morrow21ocn012389993book18251.00Richardson, JosephMemorial of the Legislature of the State of Ohio, for authority to dispose of the school lands in that state : December 9, 1825, referred to the Committee on Public Lands, December 13, 1825, bill reported, No. 211ocn006007424mixVance, JosephPapersState legislator, U.S. Representative, and Governor of Ohio. Chiefly correspondence relating to Indian affairs, geological survey, banking, and State investments, letters of recommendation, petitions for patronage and pardons, resignations, and other official reports and papers from Vance's gubernatorial term (1836-38), together with scattered personal correspondence relating to politics. Contact repository for more information11ocn191256383book1828Ohio Institution for the Education of the Deaf and DumbSecond annual report of the Board of Trustees of the Ohio Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, to the General Assembly of the state of Ohio. For the year 1828Registers11ocn003132904book18321.00Trimble, AllenLetter, 1832 September 3, Hillsborough, Ohio, to [Hiram Ketchumn, New York.]Wonders about Jackson's chances in the election. The Antimasons will not throw their votes away11ocn191274395book1829OhioList of vacancies, [.]11ocn191256382book1827Ohio Institution for the Education of the Deaf and DumbFirst annual report of the Board of Trustees of the Ohio Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, to the General Assembly of the state of Ohio. For the year 182711ocn013146153mixTrimble, AllenPapersHistoryState legislator and Governor of Ohio. Personal and business correspondence, relating to family matters, mercantile trade, War of 1812, Ohio militia, and canals; gubernatorial administrative and constituent correspondnece, including job requests, petitions, and pardons; and newspaper clippings from Hamilton, Highland, and Ross Counties, Ohio, relating to Trimble's role in the American Party11ocn042078392book0.86Early Ohio political leaders executive letterbooks Book one, 1814 to 1821, Book two 1821 to 1830SourcesTwo executive letterbooks include Letters from the executive of Ohio, December 19, 1814-May 7, 1821, consisting of letters of Thomas Worthington and Ethan Allan Brown; and Ohio Governors Letters, April 2, 1821-April 6, 1830, consisting of letters of Ethan Allen Brown, Allen Trimble, and Jeremiah Morrow. Includes registers of deeds for lands on roads and in salt reserves11ocn005824259mixKilbourne, JamesPapersHistoryState legislator, and U.S. Representative from Ohio. Primarily family and personal correspondence (1802-38), together with correspondence relating to land transactions, political proceedings and figures, and correspondence and resolutions pertaining to Ohio canals. Includes correspondence between James Mathews and Lucy (Kilbourne) Mathews; letters (1802-14) of Rev. Abraham Mathews; family and personal correspondence (1837-64) of Lincoln Goodale; and letters (1890-1906) of Emma Jones. Contact repository for more information11ocn191274396book1828OhioContingent fund. : Executive office, 22nd December, 1828. To the honorable the General Assembly: I herewith transmit a statement of the several sums drawn within the last year11ocn191256384bookOhio Institution for the Education of the Deaf and DumbThird annual report of the Board of Trustees of the Ohio Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, to the General Assembly of the state of Ohio. For the year 1829Registers11ocn083967692book1847Ohio State Board of AgricultureFirst annual report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, : made to the forty-fifth General Assembly of Ohio, in pursuance of "An act for the encouragement of agriculture," passed February 27, 1846. For the year 184611ocn006462707mixRice, Charles ElmerPapersPersonal diary and scrapbooks; together with autograph letters and other documents by Ohioans collected by Rice, records of Friends' Sandyspring and Carmel, Ohio, monthly meetings, and scrapbooks relating to Ohio's aged. Contact repository for more information11ocn013163943mixHammond, CharlesPapersHistoryLawyer, editor of the Cincinnati gazette, and member of the Ohio General Assembly. Letters relating to national and Ohio politics, especially the presidential campaigns of 1824 and 1828, the Bank of the United States, and law court reforms11ocn019795551mixThe Thompson and Tuttle family papersCorrespondence, speeches, biographical and genealogical data, legal and business papers, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, photos, and other papers of Mary M. Thompson Tuttle, Eliza J. Trimble Thompson, Herbert Tuttle, James Henry Thompson, and Allen Trimble154ocn035550027book19090.76Trimble, AllenAutobiography and correspondence of Allen Trimble, governor of Ohio, with genealogy of the familyHistoryBiography81ocn003057260mix19771.00Trimble, AllenPapers, 1804 thru 1870Records and correspondenceState legislator and Governor of Ohio. Personal and business correspondence, relating to family matters, mercantile trade, War of 1812, Ohio militia, and canals; gubernatorial administrative and constituent correspondence, including job requests, petitions, and pardons; and newspaper clippings from Hamilton, Highland, and Ross Counties, Ohio, relating to Trimble's role in the American Party21ocn475861064book1829Trimble, AllenGovernor's message11ocn472617263mix0.47John Sheneman collectionAccount booksPapers of John Sheneman, Ohio, and Branch County, Mich., 1823-1865; land agreements for Ohio and Branch County, 1823-1865; papers dealing with a court trial of John Sheneman, in Ohio, 1826-1827; account book for cord wood business, 1831. An account book of a tinwear peddler, 1835. Fence viewer notification for Branch County, 1857. Internal Revenue return, 1863. Petition to release John Folts, a convict in the Ohio Penitentary, ca. 1822-1830. (All photocopies.)11ocn234237447book18700.10Highland news from Feb. 10th 1870 - death of ex-governor Trimble11ocn166432812art18930.10Trimble, Allen : governor of OhioBiography11ocn235002070visuPainting Allen TrimblePortraitsOil on canvas painting is a half-length portrait of Ohio Governor Allen Trimble that dates from around 1840-1850. It is unsigned11ocn046958010bookGoodman, Alfred ThomasHon. Allen Trimble, Governor of Ohio from 1826 to 1830Fri Mar 21 15:17:29 EDT 2014batch15465