Early Springfield Legislation
- Springfield's First City Charter
- Sections 1-4
- Sections 5-8
- Sections 9-14
- Sections 15-18
- Sections 19-23
- Sections 24-27
- Sections 28-30
- Sections 31-35
- Amendments to the City Charter
- Early Ordinances
- June 8, 1850 - Requiring Bonds of City Officers
- June 8, 1850 - Punishment of Certain Offenses
- July 2, 1850 - To regulate the improvement of the sidewalks in the city of Springfield.
- July 2, 1850 - To authorize the position of City Engineer and Surveyor.
- July 2, 1850 - To provide for assessing and collecting a tax on dogs, to prevent bitches from running at large, and to provide against the prevalence of hydrophobia in the city of Springfield
- August 7, 1850 - To provide for licensing and regulating drays, carts and wagons, in the city of Springfield
- August 7, 1850 - To license and regulate runners and solicitors for taverns in the city of Springfield.
- November 6, 1850 - Regulating the sale of fire-wood within the city of Springfield, and creating the office of wood measurer.
- November 27, 1850 - For preventing and extinguishing fires within the city of Springfield.
- November 27, 1850 - For the organization of the fire department of the city of Springfield.
- June 4, 1851 - Regulating the sale of horses and other domestic animals, and wheel carriages at auctions in the city of Springfield.
- July 5, 1851 - To license and regulate plays, shows and exhibitions in the city of Springfield.
- July 23, 1851 - For the prevention of nuisances in the city of Springfield.
- January 7, 1852 - Regulating the speed of locomotives and railroad cars in the city of Springfield
- March 30, 1852 - For the protection and regulation of the city hall.
- March 30, 1852 - For the punishment of resistance or disobedience to the city marshal in the execution of his duty.
- March 30, 1852 - To prohibit the sale of spirituous liquors.
- March 30, 1852 - Regulating the mode of fixing the grades of the streets, sidewalks, lanes, alleys and roads within the city of Springfield.
- April 14, 1852 - To determine the compensation of the mayor, and other officers of the city of Springfield.
- April 14, 1852 - For the preservation of trees.
- April 14, 1852 - To provide for the appointment of supervisors, and to prescribe their duties, and for other purposes.
- April 14, 1852 - In relation to the market house.
Battle of Piqua
County Politics and Roster of Officers
Early Clark County
George Rogers Clark
Education in Clark County
Indians in Clark County
Pioneers and Pioneer Days
The National Road
The Old Northwest
Springfield in 1852
Springfield in 1863
SHS 1951 Yearbook
State and County Government
Then & Now