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Black Hand Gorge  $24.99
An Illustrated Guide
By: Aaron J. Keirns


Civilizations Lost and Found Booklet $13.00
By: Kenneth Feder, Bradley T. Lepper, Terry A. Barnhart, and Deborah A. Bolnick



American Indian Basketry Booklet $28.00

Catalog presenting color photographs of currently displayed baskets from 31 tribes located across the U.S.












 Advertising Art Industries in Coshocton, Ohio  $23.00

A history of the advertising art boom in Coshocton, Ohio. Includes information about companies and products.
By: William Carlisle











Recollecting Pope Gosser  $23.00
A compendium of Historic Chinaware produced in Coshocton County, 1902-1958











Mary Harris "The White Woman" of the Ohio Frontier  $19.00
The true story, false legends, and more.
By: Scott E. Butler, Ph.D.












Three Great Delaware Leaders of the Coshocton Frontier
By: Scott E. Butler, Ph.D.



Coshocton Frontier Handbook $27.50
A collection of information about the places, people, events, stories and sources connected to the Coshocton Area and the Related Indian Nations before 1800
By: Scott E. Butler, Ph.D.


A Re-Analysis of the Meaning of "Coshocton" in the Delaware Language $2.00
"Conchake": Its Meaning and the Significance to Coshocton $2.00
Mary Harris "The White Woman" of the Ohio Frontier 1750 $2.00
By: Scott E. Butler, Ph.D.



The Coshocton Review   $9.00
"Open your eyes and ears, clear your mind and listen to what I have to say."
A review dedicated to the principle that this place matters, publishing varied non-fiction of high culture concerning history, Native American languages & society, art, literature, criticism, and science with some connection to the place and people of Coshocton, Ohio.
2016 Volume 1, Number 1
Edited by Scott E. Butler, Ph.D.


Poster of Corn Harvest by N. C. Wyeth $16.00
A Massachusetts born artist, Wyeth became famous for his over 3,000 paintings and 112 illustrated books including: Robin Hood, The Last of the Mohicans, Rip Van Winkle, Treasure Island. View this painting in our Historic Ohio gallery.




Samurai Sizzle Ultimate Disc $12.00













Advertising Art Photo DVD  $17.00
A collection of images of advertising art.




Advertising Art Tour DVD  $17.00
John Kreitzer, curator of the exhibit, walks you through the history of the Advertising Art Industry here in Coshocton.




Native American Tribe Wall Map  $8.00


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