Bond Hill: Origin and Transformation of a 19th Century Cincinnati Metro-Suburb
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Full Color (CMYK) Edition.This is the reconstructed history of Bond Hill, currently a neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio, originally founded just after the Civil War as a railroad suburb on the urban fringe of the most densely populated city on the planet. How did teetotalers, cooperators, railroad moguls, real estate brokers, and radical socialists pool their energies to found a new society and build affordable housing for "men of moderate means"? How did church politics and other critical events shape the social and environmental transformation of a once rural community? This history provides a complete survey of the Bond Hill area, from the post-Colonial period through the Village of Bond Hill's annexation by the City of Cincinnati in 1903, up until the present day.
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Chapter 1 An Introduction to Bond Hill
Early Settlement History 17901870
acres annexation archives ASSOCIATION OF CINCINNATI Bernard Bloody Run Bond Hill area Bond Hill Community Bonds built California Avenue Cancel Cincinnati Carthage church Cincinnati Daily Enquirer Cincinnati Enquirer Cincinnati Times-Star City of Cincinnati Company Cooperative Land Cooperatives corner Cumminsville Dead Cincinnati digitally perform early Elmwood Place farm Figure Ford Hamilton County Henry Watkin Hepsie Watkin Churchill Hill Community Council Hills houses incorporated Lafcadio Hearn Laidlaw Avenue Land and Building Laura Ann License Licensor living located lots Ludlow Grove maps Miami-Erie Canal miles Mill Creek Valley Millcreek Township Munson n/a n/a neighborhood northeastern Millcreek Township Norwood Ohio old Bond Hill Old Folks Home original Paddock Road Park Patmor Planning Pleasant Ridge printer railroad Reading Road real estate Rochdale Rochdale Pioneer Ross Run settlement Street subdivision suburban suburbs Swedenborgian Tennessee Avenue town University of Cincinnati Varady Village of Bond William