I found the book to be well written and very informative.
I found a wealth of satisfying information in this book, all of which I've used to flesh out my character whose family moved into Ohio in 1802.
And anyone who just enjoys reading History that is Human, and Real, will thoroughly enjoy this book.
loved reading about early Ohio, and the early history of places i know and lovePublished 8 months ago by Anne E. Mcwilliams
A great read, a little slow at times. I bought it for it's information and it has plenty of that.Published 10 months ago by Jet
I purchased this book as a Christmas gift for my son. He had this book on his Christmas list, so I knew that he really wanted it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sharon H.
The book has exciting parts and boring parts. I learned a bit about the early Indian wars, the clash of cultures between the retreating Indians and the frontier settlers who... Read morePublished 18 months ago by David B. Snyder
After reading the Allan Eckert series the curiosity for or detail on each state was very high. This book gave that detail.Published 21 months ago by Adrian Brown
I bought this book because I had just finished reading a biography of Daniel Boone (who spent considerable time in southern Ohio) and I wanted to find out more about frontier life... Read morePublished on February 8, 2013 by Mark Sutter
"The Ohio Frontier: Crucible of the Old Northwest" by R. Douglas Hurt and published in 1996 is part of the "History of the Trans-Appalachian Frontier" series from the Indiana... Read morePublished on March 31, 2012 by 5/0
In seeking background information to use in developing an early 1800s character for first person interpretation for our historical society, I happened upon this book in my sister's... Read morePublished on September 8, 2011 by cbest
The book is somewhat informative, but beyond that is totally boring. Not very well written and the author seems disengaged. I would not recomend the book to anyone.Published on June 28, 2005 by bkwrm