Ohio and Its People
In 1989, when Ohio and Its People was first published, the state was still reeling from severe economic blows. Now its economy is resurgent. Its cities have made great progress in renewing portions of their downtowns and, in some cases, their neighborhoods.
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A Favored Land
The Contest for Control of the Ohio Country
Creating the Northwest Territory
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