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Norwood

Christine Mersch - History - 2006 - 127 pages
Norwood has long used the tagline “Gem of the Highlands.” While the origin of this name is not clear, it is believed to refer to Norwood's beautiful locale among the hills and ...
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Cincinnati Bengals History

Christine Mersch - History - 2006 - 128 pages
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Cincinnati Police History

Christine Mersch - History - 2007 - 127 pages
The Village of Cincinnati appointed its first marshal, James Smith, in 1802. Today the Cincinnati Police Department boasts a dedicated staff of more than 1,000 sworn officers ...
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Cincinnati Fire History

Christine Mersch, Lisa Mueller - History - 2009 - 128 pages
The Cincinnati Fire Department's journey to distinction as the nation's first professional fire department began in the early 1800s, soon after Losantiville (later renamed ...
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Price Hill

Christine Mersch - History - 2008 - 127 pages
Early settlers first called this area Boldface Hill, for a Native American chieftain, but the name was soon changed to Price's Hill, named after Rees Price and his family, who ...
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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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Big Bill Thompson, Chicago, and the Politics of Image

Douglas Bukowski - History - 1998 - 273 pages
There are politics, politicians, and scandals, but only in Chicago can any combination of these spark the kind of fireworks they do. And no other American city has had a mayor ...
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