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HISTORY - 1904

Source: Centennial History of Cincinnati & Representative Citizens
by Charles Theodore Greve, A. B., LL. B.
Vol. I
Publ. by
Biographical Publishing Company.
Geo. Richmond, Parks.; C. R. Arnold, Sec'y and Treas.
1904

CHAPTER I. CINCINNATI  
   - Description - Annexations - The Geology and Topography of Cincinnati  (John M. Nickles).  
CHAPTER II. PREHISTORIC INHABITANTS  
   - Ancient Remains - Mound Builders
CHAPTER III. THE INDIANS 35
   - Indian Tribes
 - Indian Chieftains
 - Treaties with the Indians.
CHAPTER IV. THE STRUGGLE FOR SUPREMACY. - CARTIER TO PONTIAC 50
   - The French and English Explorations
 - Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle
 - Knights of the Golden Horseshoe
 - Celoron de Bienville
 - Christopher Gist
 - George Washington
 - The English Supremacy
 - Pontiac's Conspiracy.
CHAPTER V. THE STRUGGLE FOR SUPREMACY - BOUQUET TO CLARK.  
   - Bouquet's Expedition
 - The Return of the Captives
 - Croghan on the Ohio
 - The Land Companies
 - The Treaty of Fort Stanwix
 - Dunmore's War
 - Logan
 - The Quebec Act
 - The Revolutionary War
 - George Rogers Clark
 - The Spanish Claims
 - The Massacre of the Moravians
 - The Burning of Crawford
 - Blue Licks
 - Clark on the Miamis
 - The Conclusion of the War.
CHAPTER VI. THE ORDINANCE OF 1787 89
   - Territorial Claims of the States
 - Jefferson's Many States
 - Extinction of Indian Titles
 - Squatters Along the Ohio
 - Surveys
 - The Ohio Company and the Ordinance
 - The Selection of Territorial Officers.
CHAPTER VII. THE NORTHWEST TERRITORY 103
   - The Officers of the Territory
 - The Settlement of Marietta
 - The Establishment of Civil
 - The Judges of the Territory
 - The Erection of Washington County
 - Captain Brant and St. Clair
 - The Treaty of Fort Harmar
 - The Settlement of Gallipolis.
CHAPTER VIII. EARLY VISITORS TO THE OHIO COUNTRY 114
   - McBride - Bouquet's Soldier
 - Croghan
 - Findley
 - Boone
 - The McAfees
 - Floyd
 - Clark
 - Rogers
 - Benham
 - Lytle
 - Bird
 - McCaddon
 - The Blockhouses
 - Vickroy
 - Laughery
 - McCracken
 - Galloway
 - Kenton
 - Hindman
 - Purviance Party
 - Baxter and Hall.
CHAPTER IX. FORT FINNEY. 127
   - Butler's Trip Down the Ohio
 - The Fort on the Point
 - Conferences with the Indians
 - Clark's Presence of Mind
 - The Treaty.
CHAPTER X. NEGOTIATIONS WITH CONGRESS AND WITH SETTLERS. 142
   - Benjamin Stites
 - John Cleves Symmes
 - The Trenton Prospectus
 - Symmes Starts Westward
 - Matthias Denman
 - The Denman Purchase
 - Col. Robert Patterson
 - John Filson.
CHAPTER XI. THE LANDING BETWEEN THE MIAMIS 162
   - The Landing of September 22, 1788
 - The Death of Filson
 - Israel Ludlow
 - The Contract of October 15, 1788
 - Symmes' Troubles with Congress
 - The Controversy with St. Clair
 - The Patent of 1794
 - The "College Township."
CHAPTER XII. THE SETTLEMENT AT COLUMBIA  
   - The Landing of Stites
 - The Blockhouse
 - The First Settlers
 - Farming and Hunting
 - The First Church
 - The First School
 - Judge Goforth's Diary
 - The Visit of Baily.
CHAPTER XIII. THE SETTLEMENT OF LOSANTIVILLE AND NORTH BEND. 184
 - The Landing at Yeatman's Cove
 - The Survey of the Town
 - The Donation of Lots
 - The Rival Plats
 - The Original Purchasers
 - The First Experience with the Indians
 - Symmes Proclamation to the Indians
 - The Landing at North Bend
 - The City of Miami.
CHAPTER XIV. FORT WASHINGTON. 203
 - Symmes' Complaints
 - The Departure of Kearsey
 - The Arrival of Luce
 - The Romantic Story of Luce
 - The Arrival of Major Doughty
 - The Selection of a Site
 - The Building of the Fort
 - Contemporaneous Descriptions
 - The Life at the Fort
 - The Arrival of Governor St. Clair
 - The Officers of the Fort.
CHAPTER XV. THE TOWN AND THE GARRISON 222
 - The Starving Time
 - The Conflict of Authority
 - The Soldiers Against the Townspeople
 - The Indian Burial
 - The Holiday Celebrations
 - Washington's Funeral
 - The Sale of the Fort
- The Second Regiment.
CHAPTER XVI. THE EXPEDITION AGAINST THE INDIANS. 232
 - Indian Depredations
 - Harmar's Expedition
 - The Battles of the Indian Towns
 - The Effect on the Settlements
 - Wilkinson's Expedition.
CHAPTER XVII. THE CONQUEST OF THE INDIANS 242
 - St. Clair Commander-in-Chief
  - St. Clair's Defeat
 - Carrying the News to Washington
 - Burying the Dead
 - The Consternation of the Settlers
 - The Death of Trueman dn Hardin
 - Wayne Commander-in-Chief
 - Camp Hobson's Choice
 - Fort Recovery
 - Wayne's Scouts
 - Fort Defiance
 - The Battle of Fallen Timbers
 - The Treaty of Greenville
 - The Death of Wayne.
CHAPTER XVIII. THE PIONEERS AND THE INDIANS. 265
 - Captain Fig and Captain Blackbird
 - The Capture of Flynn
 - The Wounding of Mills
 - The Mission of Freeman
 - The Speech of the Miamis
 - The Sewards
 - Hilliers
 - Vaneman and Lafferty
 - Wetzel - Wallace
 - Cutter
 - Van Cleve
 - Fuller
 - Spencer
 - Spencer's Captivity
 - Demoss
 - Rifles in Church
 - Elliott
 - Donalson
 - The Lodlow Children
 - Massie.
CHAPTER XIX. THE STATION. 280
 - Ludlow's Station
 - The Mansfields
 - Cumminsville
 - Colerain or Dunlap's Station
 - The Attack on Dunlap's Station
 - The Death of Hunt
 - Wiseman's Adventures
 - The Hahns
 - Covalt's Station
 - The Attack on White's Station
 - Bloody Run
 - Griffin's Station
 - Campbell's Station
 - Nelson's Station
 - Tucker's and Pleasant Valley Stations
 - Gerard's Station
 - Voorhees' Station
 - Runyan's Station
 - McFarland's Station
 - Mercersburgh.
CHAPTER XX. LOSANTIVILLE - THE NAME AND THE TOWN. 294
 - The Controversy About the Name
 - The First Year of the Settlement
 - Incidents in the Life of the Settlers.
CHAPTER XXI. FROM NATIONAL TO SELF GOVERNMENT. 316
 - The Government of the Northwest Territory
 - William Henry Harrison, Secretary of the Territory
 - The First Territorial Legislature
 - Harrison, Delegate to Congress
 - Byrd, Secretary of the Territory
 - The Division of the Territory
 - St. Clair Reappointed
 - The General Assembly at Chillicothe
 - The Chillicothe Mob
 - The Incorporation of Cincinnati
 - The Constitutional Convention
 - The Removal of St. Clair
 - St. Clair's Subsequent Ill Treatment
 - The Constitution of 1802
 - The Erection of Hamilton County
 - The Erection of Other Counties
 - The First Officials - The Legislative Council
 - The Militia
 - Cincinnati Township
 - Some Township officers.
CHAPTER XXII. CINCINNATI VILLAGE (1790 - 1802) - I. 338
 - Early Descriptions of the Village
 - The Growth of the Town and Population
 - Early Buildings
 - The First Fire
 - The Arrival of Judge Burnet
 - Samuel Stitt's Reminiscences
 - The First Jail
 - The Arrival of Judge Burnet
 - Samuel Stitt's Reminiscences
 - The First Jail
 - The Arrival of Dr. Drake
 - Cincinnati in 1800
 - The First White Child Born in Cincinnati
 - Early Settlers.
CHAPTER XXIII. CINCINNATI VILLAGE (1790 - 1802) - II. 358
The Pioneer Churches
 - The Early Schools
 - Amusements
 - Early Physicians
 - The Courts
 - Early Lawyers
 - Artists
 - The Post Office
 - The Water Supply
 - Fire Protection
 - Commerce
 - Prices of Land
 - Bridges
 - Holiday Celebrations
 - Society.
CHAPTER XXIV. THE PIONEER NEWSPAPERS (1790 - 1802).   NEWS ITEMS AND ADVERTISEMENTS.  
 - The Centinel of the Northwestern Territory
 - Freeman's Journal
 - The Western Spy and Hamilton Gazette.
CHAPTER XXV. THE TOWN OF CINCINNATI (1802 - 1819.) - I. 413
 - Cincinnati in 1802
 - The Town in 1804
 - Mansfield
 - Hildreth
 - Ashe
 - Schultz
 - Cuming
 - Cutler's Picture, "Cincinnati in 1809"
 - L'Hommedieu - Drake's "Notices Concerning Cincinnati"
 - Melish - Cincinnati - 1812
 - Streets in 1814
 - Drake's "Cincinnati in 1815"
 - Flint - Thomas - Cincinnati in 1817
 - Birkbeck
 - Palmer
 - Reminiscences of "Old Man."
CHAPTER XXVI. THE TOWN OF CINCINNATI (1802 - 1819) - II.  
 - The First Charter
 - The Presidents of the Council
 - David Ziegler and His Successors
 - The Charter of 1815
 - William Corry, the First and Only Mayor of the Town
 - The Meeting Places of the Council
 - The Select Council (1802 - 1815)
 - The Town Council (1815 to 1819)
 - Some Township Official Acts
 - The Courts and the Lawyers
 - The Post Office
 - The Water Supply
 - Fire and Police Protection.
CHAPTER XXVII. THE TOWN OF CINCINNATI (1802 - 1819) - III.
SOCIAL LIFE, AMUSEMENTS, CELEBRATIONS AND NEWSPAPERS.
462
 - The Social Life of the Town as Described by Mansfield, Coppin, Mrs. Young, Flint, Longworth, Dr. Drake and Others
 - Invitations
 - St. Cecilia Society and Social Reading Party
 - Amateur Theatricals
 - The Shellbark Theatre
 - The Thespian Corps
 - The Pittsburg Company
 - Cincinnati Harmonical Society
 - The African Ape and the Casowarea
 - Gaston's Fireworks
 - Mr. and Mrs. Perez
 - Fourth of July Celebrations
 - The Newspapers of the Town
 - Notices and Advertisements.
CHAPTER XXVIII. THE TOWN OF CINCINNATI (1802 - 1819) - IV.
RELIGION, EDUCATION, MEDICINE, INTERNAL AFFAIRS AND WAR OF 1812.
481
 - The Churches
 - The Educational Institutions
 - The Medical Profession
 - The Financial Institutions
 - Steamboats - Physical Disturbances
 - The Growth of the Population
 - The Markets
 - The Bridges
 - The War of 1812.
CHAPTER XXIX. THE CITY TO THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL - I.
CIVIL GOVERNMENT.
507
 - The City Charter of 1819
 - The First City Mayor
 - The City Charter of 1827
 - The City Charter of 1834
 - The Courts
 - The "Old Court House"
 - The Fire Department
 - The Police
 - The Water Supply
 - The Post Office.
CHAPTER XXX. THE CITY TO THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL - II.
THE EARLY CITY DIRECTORIES.
521
 - Directory of 1819
 - Directory 1825
 - Cincinnati in 1826
 - Directory of 1829
 - Directories of 1831, 1834 and 1836.
CHAPTER XXXI. THE CITY OF THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL - III.
CONTEMPORARY ACCOUNTS.
549
 - Some Noted Visitors
 - Bullock
 - Mrs. Trollope and the Bazaar
 - Atwater - Thomas
 - Hamilton
 - Vigne
 - Hoffman
 - Chevalier
 - Ellis
 - Harriet Martineau
 - Murray
 - Captain Marryat
 - Reminiscences of "Old Man"
 - Contemporary Views of the City.
CHAPTER XXXII. THE CITY TO THE SEMI-CENTENIAL - IV.
IMPORTANT INCIDENTS FROM 1819 TO 1831.
569
 - Financial Depression
 - The City's First Years
 - Early Politics
 - The Visit of Lafayette
 - The Miami Canal.
CHAPTER XXXIII. THE CITY TO THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL - V.
IMPORTANT INCIDENTS FROM 1832 TO 1838.
586
 - Flood, Fire, Famine and Pestilence
 - The Flood of 1832
 - The Cholera
 - The Forty-Fifth Anniversary of the Settlement
 - Webster's Visit
 - Revival of Prosperity
 - The Railroads
 - The Race and Anti-Abolition Riots of 1836
 - James G. Birney
 - Salmon P. Chase
 - The Matilda Case
 - The Explosion of the "Moselle"
 - The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Settlement.
CHAPTER XXXIV. THE CITY TO THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL - VI.
THE EDUCATIONAL AND RELIGIOUS INFLUENCES.
608
 - Cincinnati College - Medical College of Ohio
 - Cincinnati Law School
 - The High Schools, Old Woodward and Hughes
 - Private Schools
 - The Public Schools
 - Lane Theological Seminary
 - The Catholic School
 - The Churches.
CHAPTER XXXV. THE CITY TO THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL - VII.
LAWYERS, DOCTORS, THEATRES, MUSEUMS, SOCIETIES AND CLUBS.
628
 - The Lawyers
 - The Doctors
 - The Theatres
 - The Museums
 - The Social Life
 - Drake's Buckeye Club"
 - Invitations
 - The Semi-Colon Club
 - The Society for Investigation
 - The Franklin Society
 - The Cincinnati Lyceum
 - The Inquisition
 - The College of Teachers
 - The Cincinnati Literary Society
 - Educational Organizations
 - Medical Societies
 - Cincinnati Shooting Club
 - Cincinnati Angling Club.
CHAPTER XXXVI. FROM THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL TO THE WAR - I.
CIVIL GOVERNMENT.
652
 - A Formative Period, 1839 - 1861
 - The City Government
 - The Mayors
 - The Council
 - The Annexations and Ward Changes
 - The Volunteer Fire Department
 - The Paid Fire Department
 - The Police Department
 - The City Water Works
 - The  Courts
 - The "Old Court House" and Its Successors
 - The United States Courts
 - The Post Office
 - Federal Offices.
CHAPTER XXXVII. FROM THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL TO THE WAR - II.
THE CITY'S GROWTH. - Partially finished
676
 - The City in 1839-40
 - Shaffer's Directory
 - Cincinnati in 1841
 - Growth in Population
 - Building in the "Forties"
 - Cincinnati in 1851
 - Just Before the War.
CHAPTER XXXVIII. FROM THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL TO THE WAR - III.  - NOTABLE EVENTS OF THE "FORTIES." 701
 -A New Era - The Coffee Houses
 - The Gas Contract
 - The Bank Riot of 1842
 - Dickens in Cincinnati
 - Social Functions
 - The Election of Harrison to the Presidency
 - The Cincinnati Horticultural Society
 - Grape Culture
 - Pugh & Alvord's Fire
 - The Cincinnati Observatory
 - The Wesleyan Cemetery
 - The Millerites
 - The Cincinnati Historical Society
 - Cincinnatus
 - Spring Grove Cemetery
 - The Cincinnati Law Library Association
 - The First Railroad
 - The Flood of 1847
 - The Riot of 1848
 - The Young Men's Association
 - The Ohio Mechanics' Institute
 - The Cholera of 1849
 - The Literary Club of Cincinnati
 - The Year of Murders.
CHAPTER XXXIX. FROM THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL TO THE WAR - IV.
NOTABLE EVENTS OF THE "FIFTIES."
723
 - Events of 1850
 - The Farrer Poisoning Case
 - The Visit of Kossuth
 - The City Infirmary
 - The Bedini Riots
 - The Kissane Case
 - The Young Men's Gymnasium Association
 - The Arrison Infernal Machine
 - The know Nothing Riots
 - Meeting of Lincoln and Stanton
 - The Filibusters Case
 - The Cincinnati Pioneer Association
 - The Convention of 1856
 - The Public Library
 - The Winter of 1856-57
 - The Ohio & Mississippi Railroad
 - The Ohio Life Insurance & Truest Company Failure
 - Emerson, Scott and Jenny Lind
 - Pike's Opera House
 - Lincoln and Douglas
 - Last Man Society
 - The Street Railroads
 - The Fourth Street Protest
 - Southern Legislators in Cincinnati
 - The Tornado of 1860
 - The Prince of Wales
 - The United States Fair
 - Political Events of 1860.
CHAPTER XL. FROM THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL TO THE WAR - V.
THE SLAVERY QUESTION.
749
 - Negro Colonization
 - The Race Riots of 1841
 - Abolitionists in 1842
 - The Van Zandt and Watson Cases
 - Levi Coffin - The "Underground Railway" Eliza Harris' Escape
 - The Scanlan Mob
 - The Fugitive Slave Law
 - The McQuerry Case
 - A Hearing Before Commissioner Carpenter
 - The Rosetta Case
 - The Margaret Garner Case
 - The Connelly Case
 - The Early Case.
CHAPTER XLI FROM THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL TO THE WAR - VI.
THE PROFESSIONALS
766
 - The Bench and Bar
 - The Churches
 - The Medica Profession and its colleges
 - The Public Schools
 - The Intermediate school
 - German in the schools
 - Private Schools
 - Sectarian Schools and Colleges
 - The High School.
CHAPTER XLII. JOURNALISM BEFORE THE WAR. 789
 - The Early Newspapers; Centinel, Spy, Liberty Hall, Gazette, Republican, Chronicle, Advertiser, Philantrhopist, Penny Papers, Daily Times, Enquirer, Commercial, and Others
 - The German Papers
 - The Literary Periodicals
 - The Religious Periodicals
 - The Medical Journals
 - Miscellaneous Journals
 - Directories
 - Some Editors and Contributors: Hammond, The Drakes, Mansfield, Neville, Flint, Hall, Gallagher, the Carys, Roedter, Reemelin, Molitor, Walker, Rehfuss, and Others
CHAPTER XLIII. CINCINNATI IN THE WAR TIME. 813
 - The Outbreak of War
 - Lincoln's Visit
 - Fort Sumter
 - Home Guards
 - The Uprising
 - The Case of Kentucky
 - George B. McClellan
 - The Literary Club
 - Camp Harrison
 - Camp Dennison -
 - Other Camps in Hamilton County
 - The Siege of Cincinnati
 - Morgan in Kentucky
 - Kirby Smith
 - Lew Wallace in Command
 - Marshal Law Proclaimed
 - The March of the Squirrel Hunters
 - The Black Brigade
 - The Vallendigham Case
 - Morgan's Raise of 1863
 - Controversy Between Court and Military
 - A Confederate Spy
 - The United States Sanitary Commission
 - The Great Western Sanitary Fair
 - Incidents of War Time.
CHAPTER XLIV. - THE SIXTIES 847
 - Incidents of War Time
 - Lincoln's Death
 - Central Avenue
 - Eggleston Avenue
 - The First Pike Fire
 - The Suspension Bridge
 - The Invincible "Red Stockings"
 - The Year of New Enterprises, 1869
 - Burning of the College Building
 - The California Excursion
 - The Bible Case
 - Cincinnati in 1869
 - James Parton on Cincinnati
 - The Cincinnati Southern Railway
 - The Industrial Expositions
 - The Weather Bureau
CHAPTER XLV. - THE SEVENTIES 868
 - The Census of 1870
 - Events of 1871
 - The Tyler Davidson Fountain
 - The Musical Festivals
 - The Convention
 - Eden Park
 - The First Inclined Plane
 - The Panic of 1873
 - The Tan-Yard Murder
 - Cincinnati in 1875
 - Music Hall
 - The Jamboree
 - The Cincinnati Tablet Vindicated
 - Hayes Nominated for Presidency
 - The Yellow Fever Year
 - The Baldwin Case.
CHAPTER XLVI THE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS SINCE THE WAR. 883
 - The Public Schools
 - The Colored Schools
 - The High Schools
 - Special departments
 - Private Sectarian Schools
 - Other Educational Institutions
 - The Technical School
 - The University of Cincinnati
 - The Cincinnati Observatory
 - The Ohio Mechanics' Institute
 - The Cincinnati Society of Natural History
 - The Cuvier Club
 - The Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio.
 - The Public Library and its Precursors
 - Precursers (n. D. C. Hodges)
 - The Cincinnati Law Library
 - Other Libraries.
CHAPTER XLVII. - MUSIC AND ART 915
- Music in Cincinnati (E. W. Glover)
 - The Cincinnati Music Hall
 - The College of Music
 - The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
 - The Apollo and Orpheus Clubs
 - Music Schools
 - The Development of Art
 - The Art Museum
 - The Art Academy
 - The  Rookwood Pottery
 - The Cincinnati Art Club.
CHAPTER XLVIII. - THE JEWS OF CINCINNATI (Max B. May) 939
 - Character of the Settlement
 - The First Congregation, Bene Israel
 - The Plum Street Temple
 - Orthodox Synagogues
 - Sabbath Schools
 - The Hebrew Union College
 - Journalism
 - The Charities
 - Hospitals and Homes for the Aged
 - The Jewish Social Settlement
 - Public Service
 - Commercial and Professional Life
 - Secret Societies
 - The Social Life
CHAPTER XLIX. - EARLY MEDICAL CINCINNATI (Arch. I. Carson, M. D.) 950
 - The First Physicians of the Settlement and the Army Surgeons
 - Later Arrivals
 - Medical Societies
 - Medical Schools
 - Hospitals
 - Medical Journals
 - Medical Libraries
CHAPTER L. - THE CITY AND ITS GOVERNMENT SINCE 1861 958
 - Annexations and Territorial Changes
 - The Charter
 - The Mayors
 - The Legislative Boards
 - The Administrative Boards
 - The Courts of the County and City
 - The Court House
 - The Federal Courts
 - The Police Department
 - The Fire Department
 - The Water Works
 - The New Water Works
 - The Parks
 - Trustees of the Sinking Fund
 - Some Figures about the City's Finances
 - The Sewers
 - The Streets
 - The Government Building and Its Occupants
CHAPTER LI. - CINCINNATI OF RECENT DAYS 992
 - The Census of 1880
 - The Convention of 1880
 - The Floods of 1883 and 1884
 - The Riots of 1884
 - The Committee of One Hundred
 - The Railroad Labor Riots
 - The Inclined Planes
 - The Hilltop Resorts
 - The Spanish War
 - The G. A. R. Encampment
 - The Jubilee Saengerfest
 - The Fall Festivals
 - New Buildings
 - The Census of 1900
 - The Industries of 1902.
CHAPTER LII. - BANKING AND EARLY MONEY 1019
 - The Banks Prior to the War
 - The Banks of the Present Day
 - Early Money of Cincinnati (Henry C. Ezekiel)
 - Aboriginal Coins or Currency
 - Money of the Early white Settlers of Cincinnati
 - Very Early Cards or "Hard Times" money
 - "Necessity" Money of the Rebellion, 1861-65
 - Collections and Collectors of Coins, Medals, Tokens
 - Bank Bills, "Shinplasters," etc., in Cincinnati.
CHAPTER LIII. - MISCELLANEOUS 1026
 - The Chamber of Commerce
 - The Business Men's Club
 - Commercial and Industrial Organizations
 - The Cincinnati Bar Association
 - The Cincinnati Woman's Club.
 - The Cincinnati Kindergarten Association
 - Political Clubs
 - Social Clubs
 - Fraternal Societies
 - Military Orders
 - The Cincinnati House of Refuge
 - The City Work House
 - The Cincinnati Hospital
 - Longview Asylum
 - The City Infirmary
 - Charitable and Benevolent Association
 - The Churches
 - The Young Men's Christian Association
 - Spring Grove and Other Cemeteries
 - Amusement
 - The Railroads
 - The Newspapers
 - Some Cincinnati Writers.
APPENDIX A - OFFICIALS 1039
 - Elections of Mayor
 - Officers of the Town and of the City
 - Some Federal Officials
 - City Officers in 1904
APPENDIX B. - WEATHER BUREAU (S. S. Bassler) 1044
 - Climatological Data
 - Ready Reference Sheet.
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