Celebrating the Oxford, Ohio Bicentennial 1810-2010
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Celebrating the Oxford, Ohio Bicentennial 1810-2010

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A collection of historical articles published in the Oxford Press during Oxford, Ohio's bicentennial year.
Paperback, first, 107 pages
Published December 15th 2011 by Kathryn Currie
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Jan 31, 2012 Joanne rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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Calling all Miami University grads.... Want to learn a little more about Oxford's history? Take a look at "Celebrating the Oxford, Ohio Bicentennial 1810-2010." My cousin Lottie Moon, the Confederate spy, made the cut as one of Oxford's legendary characters and I had the privilege of writing the entry.
Lottie and her Moon clan are really Virginia Harrises in disguise. Of course, Lottie was the master of disguise. The book collects 24 articles which ran in the "Oxford Press" during its Bicentenni...more
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