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Daniel Aaron. Cincinnati, Queen City of the West, 1819-1838. Ohio State University Press. 1992. 364pp.

Beverly A. Bunch-Lyons. Contested Terrain: African American Women Migrate from the South to Cincinnati, Ohio, 1900-1950. Routledge. 2002. 170pp.

Carl W. Condit. The Railroad and the City: A Technological and Urbanistic History of Cincinnati. Ohio State University Press. 1977. 335pp.

Jed Dannenbaum. Drink and Disorder: Temperance Reform in Cincinnati from the Washingtonian Revival to the WCTU. University of Illinois Press. 1984. 245pp.

William L. Downard. The Cincinnati Brewing Industry: A Social and Economic History. Ohio University Press. 1973. 173pp.

Harry Ellard. Base Ball in Cincinnati: A History. McFarland. 2004. 218pp.

Timothy J. Holian. Over the Barrel: The Brewing History and Beer Culture of Cincinnati, 1800 to the Present. Sudhaus Press. 2000. 358pp.

Wendy Jean Katz. Regionalism and Reform: Art and Class Formation in Antebellum Cincinnati. Ohio State University Press. 2002. 264pp.

Zane L. Miller. Boss Cox's Cincinnati: Urban Politics in the Progressive Era. Ohio State University Press. 2000. 301pp.

Allen J. Singer. Stepping Out in Cincinnati: Queen City Entertainment 1900-1960. Arcadia Publishing. 2005. 128pp.

John Tallmadge. The Cincinnati Arch: Learning from Nature in the City. University of Georgia Press. 2004. 226pp.

Henry Louis Taylor, Jr. (editor). Race and the City: Work, Community, and Protest in Cincinnati, 1820-1970. University of Illinois Press. 1993. 308pp.

Nikki M. Taylor. Frontiers of Freedom: Cincinnati's Black Community, 1802-1868. Ohio University Press. 2005. 315pp.

Steven C. Tracy. Going to Cincinnati: A History of the Blues in the Queen City. University of Illinois Press. 1998. 312pp.

Henry C. Wright. Bossism in Cincinnati. Self-Published. 1905. 182pp.

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