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History of the Ohio Falls Cities and their Counties

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History of the Ohio Falls Cities and their Counties

with illustrations and bibliographical sketches
Volume 1. General history, History of Jefferson County, Ky., The history of Louisville
Volume 2. Precincts of Jefferson County, Ky., General histories of Clark and Floyd counties, Ind. New Albany and Floyd County. Clark County and Jeffersonville
  • compiled by L.A. Williams
  • published by L. A. Williams & Co., Cleveland, Ohio, 1882

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Table of Contents

Volume 1
General History
I.—The Mound Builder
II.—The Red Man
III.—The White Man
IV.—George Rogers Clark
V.—The Falls, the Canal and the Bridges
VI. —Roads, Railroads. and Steamers
History of Jefferson County, Kentucky
I. —Topography and Geology
II. —Civil Organization - Jefferson County
III.—Courts and Court-houses
IV.— Military Record of Jefferson County
The History of Louisville
I.—The Site of Louisville
II. —Before Louisville Was
III.— Louisville's First Decade
IV.— The Second Decade
V. —The Third Decade
VI.—The Fourth Decade
VII—The Fifth Decade
VIII.—The Sixth Decade
IX.—The Seventh Decade
X.—The Eighth Decade
XI.—The Ninth Decade
XII.—The Tenth Decade
XIII. —The Incomplete Decade
XIV. —The Ancient Suburbs
XV.— Religion in Louisville
XVI.— The Charities of Louisville
XVII. — Public Education in Louisville
XVIII.— Louisville Libraries
XIX. — The Press of Louisville
XX.—The Medical Profession
XXI.—Bench and Bar
XXII. —General Business
XXIII. —Societies and Clubs
XXIV.— The City Government
XXV. —The Civil List of Louisville
Volume 2
Precincts of Jefferson County, Kentucky
  • Seatonville
  • Fairmount
  • Meadow Lawn
  • Two Mile
  • Jeffersontown
  • Middletown
  • Shardine
  • Anchorage
  • Springdale
  • Cane Run
  • Fisherville
  • Harrod's Creek
  • Spring Garden
  • Shively
  • Johnstown
  • Oilman's
  • O'Bannon
  • Boston
  • Valley
  • Woods
  • Cross Roads
General History of Clark and Floyd Counties, Indiana
I. — Geology of Clark and Floyd Counties
II. — Old Geographical Designations— The Clark Grant — Congress Lands
III. — Organization of Floyd County
IV. — Organization of Clark County
V. — Military Record of Clark and Floyd Counties
New Albany and Floyd County
VI. — City of New Albany — General History
VII. — New Albany — Ferries and Steamboats
VIII. — Education in New Albany
IX. — The Press of New Albany
X. — New Albany — The Churches
XI. — New Albany — Bench and Bar
XII. — New Albany — Commercial Interests
XIII. — Notes of New Albany
XIV. — Mew Albany Township
XIV. — Franklin Township
XV. — Georgetown Township
XVI.— Greenville Township
XVII. — Lafayette Township
Clark County and Jeffersonville
XVIII— Bethlehem Township
XIX. — Carr Township
XX. — Charlestown Township
XXI. — Monroe Township
XXII. — Oregon Township
XXIII. —Owen Township
XXIV. — Silver Creek Township
XXV. — Utica Township
XXVI. —Washington Township
XXVII.— Wood Township
XXVIII.— Jeffersonville— Civil History
XXIX. — Jeffersonville — Social and Religious
XXX— Jeffersonville — Industrial
XXXI. — Jeffersonville- -Biographical
XXXII.— Notices of Jeffersonville— Clarksville
XXXIII. — Union Township
XXXIV.— Miscellaneous Biographies
XXXV. — Clark County Settlement Notes
XXXVI. —Floyd County Settlement Notes

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