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245 NATIONAL FOREST IN OHIO Ohio’s only national forest is the Wayne, located in the south-central and eastern parts of the state. For a short time it had been combined adminis- tratively with the Hoosier National Forest in Indiana. The Wayne National Forest is in Region 9 of the United States Forest Service. 245-253_Mohl-East-12-OH 2/18/06 8:48 AM Page 245 Wayne National Forest SIZE AND LOCATION: 176,000 acres in southeastern Ohio. Major access routes are Interstate Highway 77; U.S. Highways 50 and 52; and State Routes 7, 13, 26, 33, 78, 93, 140, 141, 145

then at 221 (Boyd, 68; Cleveland Directory 1868, 155). To Olivia L. Langdon 31 December 1868 • Cleveland, Ohio (MS: CU-MARK) Cleveland, Dec. 3 1 . M y Dearest L i v y — Your Christmas letter arrived an hour before I went on the stage at K A k r o n , last night, & of course I captured that audience. It was much the largest gathering a lecture had called out since Gough talked there 2 years ago. It couldn't have been larger, for all standing room was filled. T h e n I went to a pr large private dancing party & danced til stayed till 1 2 : 3 0 , though I

,1; "The Railroad Horror," Buffalo Express, 10 Feb 71,2). To Olivia L. Langdon 30 December 1868 • Cleveland, Ohio (MS: CU-MARK) [postscript on back of page I, in pencil:] „Dec. 30—Just got your letter & sketch —thank you, dear., Cleveland, Dec. 30. AM. My dearest Livy, I feel like drawing near you & having your counsel & encouragement, this morning, for I need it. I have passed through an- other of those seasons when religion seemsf! far away & well-nigh unat- tainable, & when one feels grimly like jesting with holy things & giving up in despair. Why is it

Elmira. To Jervis Langdon 29 December 1868 • Cleveland, Ohio (MS facsimile: Davis) Cleveland, Dec. 29. Dear Mr. Langdon I wrote to the Metropolitan Hotel for your letter (of Dec. 8,) & it overtook me two or three days ago at Charlotte, Mich. 1 I will not deny Samuel L. Clemens, aged 33 357 that the first paragraph hurt me a little—hurt me a good deal—for when you speak of what I said of the drawing-room, I see that you mistook the harmless overflow of a happy frame of mind for criminal frivolity. This is a little unjust—for although what I said may have

282 Volume 2:1867-1868 To Joseph H. and Harmony C. Twichell 18 November 1868 • Cleveland, Ohio (MS:CtY-BR) Cleveland, Nov. 18. D e a r /T . a ' s a — Congratulate me, my often remembered friends—for lo, the child is born! It was most flatteringly received—1200 applausive & ap- preciative people present. I have dropped a note to the S. & K . , Yale College, inclosing the paragraphs. I speak in Pittsburgh tomorrow & El- mira 23d Love to you both. Good-bye. Yrs Alf Always— Mark. To Jane Lampton Clemens and Family 20 November 1868 • Cleveland, Ohio (MS

telling. I said I was, and the gentleman kindly told me. I shall never forget that good man. It was Mr. Solon Severance. ("When Mark Twain read . . . ," New York Evening Post, 22 Dec 84, clipping in CtY-BR) To the President of the Scroll and Key Society, Yale College 18 November 1868 • Cleveland, Ohio (MS facsimile: CtY) Cleveland, Nov. 18. Mr. President of the S. & K . 1 Allow m e the privilege (in haste,) of remembering myself most kindly to m y esteemed & honored brethren of the S & K / — w h o m G o d preserve! Fraternally Mark Twain [enclosure:]2

282 Volume 2:1867-1868 To Joseph H. and Harmony C. Twichell 18 November 1868 • Cleveland, Ohio (MS:CtY-BR) Cleveland, Nov. 18. D e a r /T . a ' s a — Congratulate me, my often remembered friends—for lo, the child is born! It was most flatteringly received—1200 applausive & ap- preciative people present. I have dropped a note to the S. & K . , Yale College, inclosing the paragraphs. I speak in Pittsburgh tomorrow & El- mira 23d Love to you both. Good-bye. Yrs Alf Always— Mark. To Jane Lampton Clemens and Family 20 November 1868 • Cleveland, Ohio (MS

280 Volume 2:1867-1868 To Jane Lampton Clemens and Family 18 November 1868 • Cleveland, Ohio (MS: NPV) Cleveland, Nov. 18. Dear Folks— Have received letters from Ma, Pamela & Orion, but haven't a bit of time to write. Made a splendid hit last night & am the "lion" to-day. Awful rainy, sloppy night, but there were i ,200 people present, any- how—house full. I captured them, if I do say it myself.1 I go hence to Pittsburgh—thence to Elmira, N . Y. Yrs Sam. 1 Clemens delivered "The American Vandal Abroad" for the first time on the evening of 17 November

A Former Prosecutor Exposes the Psychology and Politics of Wrongful Convictions
Social Constructions and Blurred Boundaries