Cincinnati: From River City to Highway Metropolis
Once known as a great commercial port and pork-packing center, Cincinnati developed a diverse industrial economy in a bid to remain the West's Queen City. It is a community familiar with change as new transportation systems evolved, commercial activity shifted, and poor race relations periodically erupted in unrest. For over 200 years, however, enterprising citizens created a vibrant, if at times volatile, urban culture that frequently harkens back to its remarkable past in an effort to shape its future.
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... a popular history of Cincinnati in the Making of America Series from Arcadia Press, entitled Cincinnati: From River City to Highway Metropolis (2003). ...
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The Filson Historical Society - Ohio Valley History Vol 4 - Index
Cincinnati: From River City to Highway Metropolis (2003), by David Stradling, (3) 87-88 Cist, Charles, (1) 70 City Railway Company (Louisville, Kentucky), ...