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Columbus, 1910-1970

Richard E. Barrett - History - 2006 - 127 pages
Columbus: 1910–1970 begins when Columbus was an industrial center and chronicles a pivotal time in this capital city's history. During the years covered here, the city lost ...
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Columbus

Patricia M. Mote - History - 2005 - 128 pages
Chosen as the Bartholomew County seat in 1821, Columbus's location at the confluence of the Driftwood and Flat Rock Rivers served the area's economy well. As industry prospered ...
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On This Day in Columbus, Ohio History

Tom Betti, Doreen Uhas Sauer, Columbus Landmarks Foundation - History - 2013 - 400 pages
Columbus grew from a one-horse town to a metropolis one day at a time. Tom Betti and Doreen Uhas Sauer of the Columbus Landmarks Foundation have selected the 365 most ...
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Columbus, Ohio: A Personal Geography

Henry L. Hunker - Biography & Autobiography - 2000 - 220 pages
This book is an account of post -- World War II Columbus from the perspective of a professional geographer and longtime resident of the city. Henry L. Hunker is well known for ...
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Columbus's Industrial Communities: Olentangy, Milo-Grogan, Steelton

Tom Dunham - History - 2010 - 120 pages
Columbus, Ohio, no longer has industrial communities - a triad of factories, retail, and worker housing, all in close proximity and well integrated. Beginning in the late 19th ...
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Four Dead in Ohio: Was There a Conspiracy at Kent State?

William A. Gordon - History - 1990 - 301 pages
Tells the shocking story behind the cover-up of the May 4, 1970 slayings of four students at Kent State University.
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The Illinois

James Gray - History - 1989 - 376 pages
From the arrival of Marquette and Jolliet in 1673 to the emergence of the prairie poets--Edgar Lee Master, Carl Sandberg, and Vachel Lindsay--in the twentieth century, James ...
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Kingdom on the Mississippi Revisited: Nauvoo in Mormon History

Roger D. Launius, John E. Hallwas - History - 1996 - 282 pages
Who were the Nauvoo Mormons? Were they Jacksonian Americans or did they embody some other weltanschaung? Why did this tiny Illinois town become such a protracted battleground ...
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The Valley of Shadows: Sangamon Sketches

Francis Grierson - Biography & Autobiography - 1989 - 152 pages
Dramatizes the history of Illinois from the Abolition movement to the aftermath of the Civil War through the story of Elihu Gest
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