TRUMBULL COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
John Stark Edwards House and Museum
As part of its mission to preserve local
history, the Society maintains a small library of books, manuscripts,
photographs, maps, multimedia items, newspapers and related materials. The
collection can be viewed when the Museum is open to the public and other
times by appointment.
In addition, items
available in electronic format are available below.
James K. Rudolph 1862 Civil War Diary. Ohio Memory.
...The 1862 Civil War diary of James K. Rudolph of Hiram, Ohio. Rudolph kept this journal over the course of 1862 accounting for his daily activities and thoughts as a Union Soldier. Rudolph served as a private in Company A of the 23rd Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry (O.V.I.). He enlisted in Co. A on June 11, 1861, at the age of 21. He mustered out on June 11, 1864.
(From the Ohio Memory Document Description.) Original diary in
the TCHS library; transcription by Eileen Blaney.
September 11, 2001, Living
History Project Video. Produced by the Trumbull County
Historical Society and the Tribune Chronicle. [YouTube,
34 min.] A short
collection of memories by ordinary Americans recorded September 11,
A Thumbnail History of
Trumbull County, Ohio, and the Story of John Stark Edwards, 1777-1813.
By Gina Bodor, 2007. [PDF 30 pages]
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This page was last revised February 29, 2012.