Fresh To You From the Calla Greenhouses
Murphy, James L., 1941- (1978)
A brief history of the Lewis Templin nurseries at Calla, Mahoning Co., Ohio, is presented. One of the largest mail-order seed houses in the United States, despite a disastrous 1892 fire, L. Templin & Sons continued after ...
A Radiocarbon Date from the Reeve Site, Lake County, Ohio
Murphy, James L., 1941- (1974)
A radiocarbon date of 580 B.P. ± 130 years. or A. D. 1370 (Sample No. CWRU-71 ) on charcoal from the Reeve Site (Whittlesey Focus), Lake Co., Ohio, accords well with previous estimates of A.D. 1300-1400 for Reeve Horizontal ...
Ohio's Natural Rock Bridges
Murphy, James L., 1941- (1975)
Natural stone arches or rock bridges are described from Columbiana, Hocking, and Washington Co., Ohio.
Ford Ceramic Arts Columbus, Ohio
Murphy, James L., 1941- (1998)
Cranberry Prairie's Ancient Elk-- One that Got Away?
Murphy, James L., 1941- (1984)
Remains of a prehistoric elk excavated at Cranberry Prairie, Mercer Co., Ohio, are radiocarbon dated to 7420 B.C. An unhealed hole in the left scapula suggests that it was wounded, probably leading to its death.
Pace Brothers Pottery
Murphy, James L., 1941- (2001)
A Nineteenth Century Redware Pipe Possibly Manufactured at Lancaster, Ohio
Murphy, James L., 1941- (1999)
A fragmentary green-glazed redware tobacco pipe is illustrated from the Cupp Site (33-Fa-1411), Fairfield Co., Ohio. Associated artifacts indicate a pre-Civil War occupation. Age estimates based upon flat glass thickness ...
Human Hand Petroglyphs
Murphy, James L., 1941- (2009)
Two Historic petroglyphs depicting the human hand are described, one associated with the well-known Barnesville Track Rocks, Belmont Co., Ohio, the other occurring on a large sandstone boulder in a stream bed at Rice's ...
Notes on the South Park Ceramics
Murphy, James L., 1941- (1972)
Prehistoric ceramics excavated in 1968 at the South Park Site, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, are analyzed and compared with Late Woodland ceramics to the east and west as well as to Fort Ancient ceramics to the south.
"Shy Anne" or Sly Anne?
Murphy, James L., 1941- (2003)
Planters nearly identical to Robinson-Ransbottom's "Shy Anne" product, which can be dated to ca. 1941, are impressed with an "Oakwood Artware" mark. Although also impressed "Zanesville, O.," these may be a product of the ...