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j.c. its history.jpg (385131 bytes)JACKSON COUNTY: Its History and Its People, Revised 2nd Edition
By Robert Edgar Ervin
Hardbound, 303 pages.
Revised edition of his first book, more drawings, photos & information.

Robert Edgar Ervin

Noted historian
Robert Edgar Ervin is a retired Jackson school teacher. He has written three books about Jackson County, Ohio, and is working on his fourth book, scheduled to be released in the fall of  2008.

j.c. since 1865.jpg (543928 bytes)JACKSON COUNTY: 
Its History and Its People Since 1865

By Robert Edgar Ervin
Hardbound, 355 pages, profusely illustrated. $24.95
john hunt morgan book cover.jpg (589349 bytes)The John Hunt Morgan Raid of 1863
By Robert Edgar Ervin
Hardbound, 306 pages. Valuable maps and untold stories. 
Morgan's Raid Afghans
Beautiful, warm and historical. With General John Hunt Morgan and a map of Ohio showing his route across Ohio.
Notecards of Jackson County 
One Room Schools

By Jackson Historical Society.
Beautiful & useful, each package contains five separate cards and envelopes.
Brochures on different historical subjects in Jackson County, OH
By J. Michael Stroth. Nine, tri-fold brochures on: Early Jackson Ohio, The Leo Petroglyphs, The Charcoal Iron Industry of Jackson Co., One Room Schools House of Jackson Co., History of the Round House, History of the John Wesley Powell Memorial, George L. Crookham, John Wesley Powell, Cemeteries of Jackson Co.
Buckeye Furnace 
and the Hanging Rock Iron Region

By the Jackson Historical Society.
A compendium of articles relevant to Buckeye Furnace's history along with facts & little known date about charcoal iron making. Contains more than 60 pages,  very informative booklet.
The 1895 Railroad Reflector
By the Jackson Historical Society.
"A reprint of the famous late nineteenth century article." This reprint is profusely illustrated & contains countless articles about the businesses & people of both Jackson & Wellston. Over 30 pages, two sided.

Look for more Jackson County historical items in the future.

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