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James H. O'Donnell

Andrew U. Thomas Professor of History and Director of the Master of Arts in Liberal Learning at Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio, James H. O'Donnell has a primary interest in Native American studies. His earlier works include Southern Indians in the American Revolution and Southeastern Frontiers: Europeans, Africans, and American Indians, 1513-1840.

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Listed in: Native American Studies · Ohio and Regional · American History

Cover of 'Ohio’s First Peoples'

Ohio’s First Peoples
By James H. O'Donnell

Ohio’s First Peoples depicts the Native Amer­icans of the Buckeye State from the time of the Hope­well peoples to the forced removal of the Wyan­dots in the 1840s.

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