Historical Papers by Jabez W. Abell Jr.
from the Cazenovia Republican, 1925-1942
Daniel H. Weiskotten
updated 7/11/2000
 
Click here to go back to the Cazenovia, Fenner, and Nelson RootsWeb Main Page
 
Bibliography of Historical Papers
by Jabez W. Abell in the Cazenovia Republican
 
ARRANGED BY TITLE
 
Compiled by Daniel H. Weiskotten
January 1994
 
Only those that are highlighted are available.  This is a monumental task and I will plug away at it when I can.

The date is the date that it appears in the Cazenovia Republican, the "inches" given is the length of the column as it apepared, the pages references [:21-22] are where they can be found in the scrap book in the Cazenovia Public Library.

 

 Please see the Introduction
Click here to go to the List Arranged by Date
 

"1816, `The Year Without a Summer'" 3/9/1939

"Amos Rathbone" 3/26/1942

"Anvil Serenade of 1856 Broke Windows but Election Celebrants Paid All Damage" 8/3/1939

"At One Time 101 Students Attended No. 9 School" 7/16/1942

"Attended School Only One Term But Attained Eminence in Education Field" 8/24/1939

"Bear Hunting Party Here 131 Years Ago" 3/2/1939

"Bear Skins Wanted" 6/25/1942

"Boat Race, The" 12/11/1941

"Bridge Over Cazenovia Lake Outlet at One Time a Single Log" 9/14/1939

"John Buck" 2/11/1926, (see "Former Cazenovian Acquitted of Murder Charge Confessed on Deathbed" 9/7/1939)

"Cazenovia and Erieville Hunting Party Fifty Years Ago in Nelson Swamp" 11/9/1939

"Cazenovia Boy Who Faced the Music More Than 100 Years Ago, A" 8/6/1942

"Cazenovia Business Section 100 Years Ago - Many Changes Since" two instalments, 9/21/1939, 9/28/1939

"Cazenovia Children Sold as Slaves in the Early 1800's" 3/30/1939

"Cazenovia Debtors Put on Limits' or Sent to Jail in Early 1800's" 4/20/1939

"Cazenovia One Time Town Clock Manufacturing Center" 9/12/1940

"Cazenovia Private School Where Scholars Didn't Have to Study" 3/5/1942

"Cazenovia Road Township in Early Days" 3/27/1941

"Cazenovia Schools, Public and Private, in the Early Days" 2/5/1942

"Cazenovia: Some Historical Facts and History as Related by Henry Severance, Dunkirk, NY, August 1884" (compiled by J.W.Abell) in two installments 7/29/1926, 8/5/1926

"Cazenovia Weather" 8/27/1942

"Cazenovian Relates a Story of Civil War Days, A" 2/27/1941

"Cazenovia's Public Square" 6/11/1942

"Cherry Valley Road, The" 4/10/1941

"Cherry Valley Turnpike Built Before Syracuse was even a Village" 9/30/1926 (a)

"Cherry Valley Turnpike Built and Controlled by Cazenovia Men" 6/4/1925, reprinted 9/30/1926 (c)

"Childhood Memories of a Trip to the Blacksmith Shop" 9/24/1942

"`Cold Friday,' Jan. 17, 1810" 3/2/1939

"Cornelius Sylvester" 9/17/1942

"Country Store, The" 7/9/1942

"Court Martial Held at Cazenovia 124 Years Ago Convicted Sixty-four" 5/18/1939

"`Crazy Luce' Wandered Hereabouts 140 Years Ago Jilted by Her Lover" 8/10/1939

"Daniel Constine" 5/20/1926 (reprinted 3/12/1942 as "The Man After Whom Constine Bridge was Named")

"Deacon Selah Munson" 10/8/1942

"Deacon Trades Horses, The" 2/20/1941, (the Deacon is Seba Loomis not Seva Loorice)

"Distillery and Cattle Pens on Albany Street 100 Years Ago" 6/29/1939

"District No. 9's Factories of Former Years" chapters I-IV, 1/12/1939 to 2/2/1939

"Dog Tax, The" 7/30/1942

"Early Local History" chapters I-IV, 1/19/1928 to 2/19/1928, (chapters I & II = "The Land Looker" III = "The Settler" IV = "The Home Maker")

"Early Local History, Roads" 6/4/1925, (reprinted in two chapters, 2/21/1929 to 2/28/1929)

"Early Military Training in Cazenovia" 11/12/1942

"Early Physicians in Cazenovia and Nelson Townships" 3/13/1941, 11/20/1941 (with no name); "..., Dr. John Heffron Jr." 9/11/1941; "..., Dr. Edgar C. Bass" 9/18/1941; "..., Dr. Isaac Newton Goff" 9/25/1941; "..., Dr. Milton R. Joy" 10/2/1941; "..., Dr. Julius Eugene Salisbury" 10/9/1941; "..., Dr. Alonzo D. Smith" 10/16/1941; "..., Dr. Frederick C. Watson" 10/23/1941; "..., Dr. Frederick D. Keppel" 10/30/1941; "..., Dr. Bernard T. Brown" 11/6/1941; "..., Dr. Donald Parker" 11/13/1941

"Early Physicians in Towns of Cazenovia and Nelson" parts I-IV, 10/10/1940 to 10/31/1940

"Early Religion in and About Cazenovia" chapters I-XII, 3/10/1932 to 5/26/1932, (chapter XI titled: "Early Religion in Town of Cazenovia Told by Records")

"Early Religions in Cazenovia Township" 9/10/1942

"Early School Teachers in District Number 9" 8/13/1942

"Early Settlers of This Section Depended on Game for Much of Food Supply" 11/2/1939

"Early Town Libraries" 5/21/1942

"Early Town Meetings at Cazenovia" 11/26/1942

"Electric Storm of August 14, 1825, The" 7/23/1942

"Eli Forbes Hill" 4/23/1942

"Elija Risley" 12/10/1942, (should be Elijah)

"Erie Canal, The" 10/1/1942, (originally by Henry Severance)

"First Holstein Cattle Brought to Cazenovia 146 Years Ago" 5/1/1941

"First Sail Boat with Rigging on Cazenovia Lake 131 Years Ago" 10/26/1939

"Former Cazenovian Acquitted of Murder Charge Confessed on Deathbed" 9/7/1939

"Four Epochs of the Town of Cazenovia, The" 8/20/1942

"Fragmentary History of the Town and Village of Cazenovia" chapters I-__, 2/16/1939 to (2/23/1939), (says at the end of chapter II "to be continued" but it is not)

"Free Church of Cazenovia, The" 1/8/1942

"Freshet of March 1865 -- Not a Bridge Left Between Cazenovia and Chittenango, The" 4/27/1939

"General Julius White" 5/14/1942

"`General Training' During Early Days at Cazenovia" chapters I-IV, 6/30/1927 to 7/21/1927, (reprinted in ten chapters titled "`General Training' on the Green at Cazenovia 140 Years Ago" - chapter IX is "Gridley and Jenks War in Cazenovia in the Early 1800's" 12/14/1939 to 2/25/1940)

"Historical Sketch" 11/5/1942, (delivered by John F. Fairchild in 1838)

"History of South Cemetery" 1/14/1926, (probably written by Abell who was a cemetery trustee)

"Indian John Morgan Well Known Character in Fenner 70 Years Ago" 8/31/1939, (corrected to Eli Morgan in scrapbook)

"Jabez Colt, One of Cazenovia's Earliest Settlers" 3/19/1942

"Jilted by His Girl John Lowery Tramped the Hills and Fields Here Until His Death" two instalments, 10/5/1939, 10/12/1939

"Joe Road, The" 4/3/1941

"Katy Peek" 1/1/1942

"Lake View Steamboat, The" 12/18/1941

"Lemuel White" 5/7/1942

"Log Schoolhouse of District No. 9, The" 7/2/1942

"Man After Whom Constine Bridge was Named, The" 3/12/1942 (reprinted from "Daniel Constine" of 5/20/1926)

"Moved to Sullivan Street Reconstructed into 2 Houses Still Occupied as Residences" 12/12/1940

"`The Mystery' of 80 Years Ago that Ultimately Proved No Mystery at All" 10/3/1940

"Nathan Smith" 4/9/1942

"New England Tin Peddler, The" 3/6/1941

"'News' Printed in `The Pilot' 130 Years Ago" parts I-III, 12/12/1940 to 12/26/1940

"Old Battle Field 9 Miles From Cazenovia" chapters I-II, 4/26/1928 to 5/3/1928

"Old Brewery Did Thriving Local Business Here 100 Years and Less Ago" 7/20/1939

"Old Picture Recalls Mother's Consternation on Learning Her Son was Leaving for War" 8/17/1939

"Old Turnpike Routes" 9/30/1929 (c)

"One of Cazenovia's Leading Factories of 124 Years Ago Now a Filling Station" 6/22/1939

"Origin of Pickerel in Cazenovia Lake" 3/2/1939

"Owahgena" 12/4/1941

"Private Schools 100 and More Years Ago" 2/26/1942

"Prominent Citizens Invoked `Moral Law' Here 125 Years Ago But it Didn't Help Much" 11/7/1940

"Postal Facilities in the Early Days of Cazenovia" parts I and II, 1/6/1941, 1/13/1941

"Pound, The" 12/3/1942

"Poverty of Cazenovia's Early Settlers" 11/19/1942

"Rev. Joshua Leonard" 4/2/1942

"Sad Drowning Accident at Cazenovia Sixty-eight Years Ago" 12/25/1941, (response from George Atwell in 1/15/1942)

"School District No. 9" 6/18/1942

"School Teacher Supreme" 1/22/1942

"Serad Cook" 4/30/1942

"Silk Raising and Manufacturing at Cazenovia 100 Years Ago" 10/19/1939

"Six in One Family Die from Mysterious Cause Century Ago at Cazenovia" 4/16/1942

"Some Thought Turnpikes Would Ruin Country" 9/30/1926 (b)

"Squirrel Hunts 125 Years Ago" 10/22/1942

"Stage Drivers of Cherry Valley Turnpike" parts I and II, 4/17/1941, 4/24/1941

"Story of Long Ago, A" 11/27/1941

"Suckers from Cazenovia Lake a Staple Food" 3/20/1941, (alternate title = "In Early Days Suckers from Cazenovia Lake a Staple Food")

"Sylvester Coin" 3/25/1926 (reprinted 2/19/1942)

"Tallon's Ball the Social Register of Seventy Years Ago" 1/29/1942

"Teacher's Lot Most Difficult in Early Days of Cazenovia" 2/12/1942

"Temperance and Intemperance at Cazenovia 140 Years Ago" parts I-IV, 11/4/1940 to 12/5/1940

"Those Historic Old Taverns Along the Route of the Cherry Valley Turnpike" 6/1/1939

"Town of Cazenovia Raised Only $610 in Taxes 126 Years Ago" 5/11/1939

"Trade and Financial Conditions in Cazenovia in the Early Days" 6/4/1942

"Transportation Problems in the Early Days of Cazenovia" 10/29/1942

"Travel by Erie Canal" 10/15/1942

"Two Peculiar Deaths by Hanging in Town of Cazenovia 116 Years Ago" 6/8/1939

"Vandemus Sturdevant" 9/3/1942

"'Vision of Owahgena, The,' Preliminary to Starting Publication of" (a vision by "an unknown writer" about 70 years ago) 1/2/1941

"Vision of Owahgena, The" parts I-IV, 1/9/1941 to 1/30/1941

"What has Become of Cazenovia's Old Cannon of 1812?" 5/28/1942

"Wolf and Bear Hunts to Kill Marauders Held at Number 9 150 Years Ago" 7/27/1939