Massive Illustrated Work in 3 Volumes from 1931. Fully Indexed. A Treasure Trove of Genealogical Information from North Central Ohio. Over 200 Photograph and Engraving Plates Throughout the 1620 pages. Vol. I. Historical index Biographical index Chapter 1. Location, area, influence Chapter 2. Geology, topography, resources Chapter 3. Mound builders Chapter 4. Indian Nations of Ohio country Chapter 5. Creation and organization of counties Chapter 6. Early settlements Chapter 7. St. Christopher of the backwoods Chapter 8. Forest communities Chapter 9. Exciting events of 1812 Chapter 10. General Harrison at Camp Council Chapter 11. Tide of immigration resumed Chapter 12. Christian Fast, Indian captive Chapter 13. Growth of villages Chapter 14. Agricultural contrasts in North Central Ohio Chapter 15. Early day schools Chapter 16. Ministers and churches Chapter 17. Military history Chapter 18. Civil War veterans Chapter 19. Spanish-American and World Wars Chapter 20. Famous underground railroad Chapter 21. Banks and bankers Chapter 22. County seat newspapers Chapter 23. Twentieth century newspapers Chapter 24. Medical profession Chapter 25. Libraries, museums, historical societies Chapter 26. Growth of electric service industry Chapter 27. Bench and bar Chapter 28. Evolution of transportation and communication Chapter 29. Colleges and public schools Chapter 30. Young Buckeyes' achievements Chapter 31. Artists, musicians, players, writers Chapter 32. Ashland and Ashland County Chapter 33. Norwalk, Bellevue, Huron County Chapter 34. Mt. Vernon and other Knox County communities Chapter 35. Lorain County cities and towns Chapter 36. Medina and Medina County communities Chapter 37. Mansfield, Shelby, Richland County Chapter 38. Wooster, Wayne County towns Vol. II and III provide biographical sketches of important individuals.