The American Civil War Home Page
Mingo Junction Home Page A really nice site. Short history of Mingo Junction, list of famous people from the valley (Maybe your relative is there) and lots of other information.
Steubenville Home Page This site has the City of Murals on-line. If you have not had the opportunity to visit Steubenville, this is a great way to view the murals. Most of the murals have historical significance for the city and the Ohio Valley.
Jefferson County was the fifth county formed from the Northwest Territory.
It was formed in 1797 and named for Thomas Jefferson who was president at this time.
In the early 1800's Steubenville, the county seat, was the wool center of the West. It has since changed to the steel industry. The College of Steubenville is a coeducational, liberal arts institution founded in 1846.
Probate Judge has marriage probate & naturalization records; Clerk of Courts has divorce and civil court records from 1797; County Recorder has land records from 1797, Board of Health, Steubenville, has birth & death records.