The Cincinnati Courthouse Riot

Author: Steven Rolfes
Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company
ISBN: 1455621889
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Their city and economy had been ravaged by massive flooding from the Ohio River and oppressed by the powerful political machines that ruled the city. In vivid detail, this book portrays the three nights of rioting.

Cincinnati S Golden Age

Author: Betty Ann Smiddy
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439615454
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Underneath the building were stone~lined tunnels, used as hog runs to the
slaughterhouses near the market—the tunnels became a refuge for citizens
during the courthouse riot of 1884. Mt. Adams, with the Rookwood Pottery and
Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church and Monastery, is in the background. Behind
the market house is the courthouse. (opimsite) Samuel Hannaford was born April
10, 1835, in Devonshire, England. His family settled on a 38.5~acre farm in
Cheviot in 1845.

Architecture In Cincinnati

Author: Sue Ann Painter
Publisher: Ohio Univ Pr
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Positioned at the foot of Mount Adams, the gate served as a symbolic entry to the
Cincinnati Art Museum building at the top of the hill. The valve house has
Richardsonian stone textures and rough-hewn "primitive" details. criminal justice.
The city had a record of street violence, but there was no precedent for the
Cincinnati Courthouse Riot of 1884, one of the bloodiest riots in American history.
Several landmark buildings — Hannafords new Music Hall and Isaiah Rogers's
1850s ...

The Cincinnati Subway

Author: Allen J. Singer
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738523149
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Today, two miles of empty subway tunnels still lie beneath Cincinnati, waiting to be used. The Cincinnati Subway tells the whole story, from the turbulent times in the 1880s to the ultimate failure of "Cincinnati's White Elephant.

Historical Collections Of Ohio

Author: Henry Howe
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In Two Volumes. An Encyclopedia of the State Henry Howe. THE COURT-
HOUSE RIOT OF 1884. THE PIONEER CELEBRATION AT COLUMBIA.
Columbia, included in the city. on Sixth covered the railroad tracks that lead out of
the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad passenger depot. On Eighth street
the water extended eastwardly to Harriet. South of Third street and west of Rose,
extending northwestwardly past Clark and ...

Psycho Usa

Author: Harold Schechter
Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 0345524489
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... given to one of the killers, ransacked the courthouse and set it on fire in March
1884, The riots—which lasted three days, until they were quelled by the
combined forces of the sheriff's department. city police, and state and local m|
litias—left fifty-four people dead and more than two hundred injured. Two years
after the courthouse riots, Cnm—who had worked his way up from shoeshine boy
to bellhop to desk clerk at a luxury hotel-—joined the Cincinnati police force as a
patrolman.

Leaves From The Tree An American Heritage

Author: Jack Thomas Hutchinson
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... untimely death in 1859. Until that tine his term was the longest term for one
person in that office. He and his staff in the Recorder's Office transcribed by pen
from the Hamilton County, Ohio records at Cincinnati, all the land records
applicable to Warren County, but recorded in Hamilton County prior to the
creation of Warren County out of Hamilton County in 1803. It is good that they did
this as said records might have been damaged in the wild and raging Cincinnati
Courthouse Riot ...

Cincinnati The Queen City 1788 1912

Author: Charles Frederic Goss
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POPULATION INCREASES TO 253,139 FIRST TRAIN ON THE CINCINNATI
SOUTHERN GOES THROUGH TO CHATTANOOGA HARRISON, THE "BOY
PREACHER," CLAIMS THREE THOUSAND CONVERTS RAILROAD RIOTS THE
"BERNER" RIOT DESTRUCTION OF THE COURTHOUSE. Except for two events
of first-class importance the "eighties" are dull and unimportant years. It is true
that innumerable things happened, any of which, taken alone and described in
detail, ...

The Photoengravers Bulletin

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the courthouse riot. The incident that started the riot wasn't much—a murder, an
ordinary killing for profit. The slayer was caught and sentenced to 20 years. But
the citizens of Cincinnati exploded over what they believed was the climax of a
series of insufficient penalties handed out for violence. Over 10,000 citizens
jammed Music Hall at a protest meeting. It was an orderly meeting. The speakers
soberly and quietly expressed the citizens' anger at the record crime wave. Quiet
and ...

Postmasters Advocate

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Cincinnati from a distance tcith a good view of Union Terminal (domed building in
foreground). HISTORY OF YOUR CONVENTION CITY CINCINNATI, OHIO Part 3
Like most American cities, Cincinnati has had its one great moment of berserk
fury. It came in 1884, the year of the courthouse riot. The incident that started the
riot wasn't much — a murder, an ordinary killing for profit. The slayer was caught
and sentenced to 20 years. But the citizens of Cincinnati exploded over what they
 ...