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Books Books 41 - 50 of about 50 related to Chillicothe, Ohio.   

Along the Calumet River

Cynthia L. Ogorek - History - 2004 - 128 pages
Once known as the Callimink River by the area's Potawatomi Indians, the Calumet River has been home to swimmers and fishermen, steamboats and canoes, and shipyards and ...
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Elkhorn

Doris Reinke - History - 2004 - 128 pages
Designated the Walworth County seat in 1838, Elkhorn has maintained a slower pace of life despite its exciting history and its growth as a community. Music provided to its ...
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Toledo: The 19th Century

Barbara L. Floyd - History - 2004 - 128 pages
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Akron

Abel A. Bartley - History - 2004 - 128 pages
While tire magnates like Harvey Firestone and John Seiberling were propelling Akron's rubber industry to the top, its African-American citizens were busy building and ...
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The KOM League Remembered

John G. Hall - History - 2004 - 128 pages
The late 1940s and early 1950s was the Golden Age for minor league baseball. The National Pastime thrived in small town America with hundreds of professional teams in over 50 ...
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Lighthouses of Northwest Michigan

Susan Roark Hoyt - History - 2004 - 128 pages
After the first settlers reached northwestern Michigan, the region's immense pine forests were quickly cultivated into a thriving lumber industry. Coastal towns sprang up to ...
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Riverview Amusement Park

Dolores Haugh - History - 2004 - 128 pages
Open every summer from 1904 to 1967, tells the story of the the world's largest amusement park and how it grew from twenty-two acres and three rides to 140 acres and more than ...
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Cedar Point

David W. Francis, Diane DeMali Francis - History - 2004 - 128 pages
In 1870, Louis Zistel began ferrying passengers from Sandusky to the Cedar Point Peninsula's beer garden and sandy beaches. In 1888, the Grand Pavilion was built, housing a ...
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Bowling Green

Frederick N. Honneffer - History - 2004 - 128 pages
The Great Black Swamp may have slowed the settlement of northwest Ohio, but it couldn't stop a little town south of Toledo called Bowling Green. It blossomed into an ...
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Canton's West Lawn Cemetery

Kimberly A. Kenney - History - 2004 - 128 pages
Canton's West Lawn Cemetery is best known as the original burial site of President William McKinley, who was assassinated in 1901. But, it is also the final resting place of ...
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