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Along the St. Johns and Ocklawaha Rivers

Along the St. Johns and Ocklawaha Rivers

Mueller Edward A. 
edizioni Arcadia Pub collana Arcadia Pub (Paperback)

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€ 19,60
LA Grange and LA Grange Park Illinois

LA Grange and LA Grange Park Illinois

Mueller Roseanna  Mueller Robert 
edizioni Arcadia Pub collana Arcadia Pub (Paperback)

La Grange was incorporated in 1879, and La Grange Park in 1892. Both areas were farmland before being developed as residential communities. Today, a large section of La Grange is a National Register Historic District, and this area is dominated by large Victorian and early-twentieth-century homes. In fact, the most...

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€ 20,30
Cincinnati Fire History

Cincinnati Fire History

Mersch Christine  Mueller Lisa  Cincinnati Fire Museum (COR) 
edizioni Arcadia Pub collana Arcadia Pub (Paperback) , 2009

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 Cincinnati) was founded. The department grew steadily from bucket brigade to volunteer corps; in 1853, an ordinance passed by Cincinnati City Council...

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€ 19,60
Harbor Country

Harbor Country

Mueller Robert  Mueller Roseanna 
edizioni Arcadia Pub collana Arcadia Pub (Paperback) , 2003

The eight villages of Southwest Michigan's Harbor Country-Michiana, Grand Beach, New Buffalo, Union Pier, Lakeside, Harbert, Sawyer, and Three Oaks-have evolved from a group of humble frontier communities into a vacation mecca. Just 90 minutes from Chicago, Harbor Country's unspoiled beaches, marinas, antique shops,...

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€ 19,60
Michigan City

Michigan City

Mueller Roseanna 
edizioni Arcadia Pub collana Arcadia Pub (Paperback)

Nestled on the southern-most shores of the Great Lakes, Michigan City was established in 1836. An abundance of pine and hardwoods gave rise to a thriving lumber industry, and by the end of the century, Michigan City was one of the largest lumber markets in the state. The city's harbor and the arrival of the railroad...

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€ 19,60