Connecticut held fast to a large strip of land in northeastern Ohio, which is still known as the Western Reserve.
He exchanged his former homestead at Blandford for land in the Western Reserve.
The governor then appointed him lieutenant-colonel, and commissioned him to raise a regiment from the Western Reserve.
Fate ruled, however, that his career should not be linked with the Western Reserve.
In 1843, he carried the Western Reserve Chronicle through several townships, and during the entire year did not miss a trip.
A real joke was sprung by a student at the Western Reserve University last week.
But on the Western Reserve, the cosmopolitan character of the inhabitants is at once lost.
But they are less than half the length of the ones formerly used on the Western Reserve.
I knew practically nothing, until then, of the Western Reserve, and even less of hunt clubs.
Western Reserve University, founded in 1826, is especially noted for its law and medical schools.