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Milford, Ohio (Images of America Series)
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Milford, Ohio (Images of America Series)

by Greater Milford Area Historical Society
 

Historic Milford is situated along the Little Miami River, one of the primary reasons settlers in this area flourished. Rich farmlands and excellent waterpower with mill potential offered the pioneers a good life in the frontier. Milford was the site of the first Methodist class in the Northwest Territory beginning in 1797. Other denominations quickly followed,

Overview


Historic Milford is situated along the Little Miami River, one of the primary reasons settlers in this area flourished. Rich farmlands and excellent waterpower with mill potential offered the pioneers a good life in the frontier. Milford was the site of the first Methodist class in the Northwest Territory beginning in 1797. Other denominations quickly followed, and Milford today remains a community with strong church ties. As farms and mills flourished, other businesses began to appear. Introduction of the railroads allowed more products to come in and out of Milford to nearby Cincinnati and beyond. A school, new businesses, and fine homes were built in the busy little city by the river. Residents enjoyed opera and orchestra performances in the ornate city hall building, as well as boxing and other sporting events. Still today, Milford reflects these early values and offers a community based on a rich heritage.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738552446
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
09/28/2008
Series:
Images of America Series
Pages:
127
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author


Milford was compiled by the Greater Milford Area Historical Society from its extraordinary photograph collection, located in the Leonard L. Harding Jr. Library, which is part of the beautiful Promont House Museum. Local residents also loaned photographs from their private collections to help complete this history.

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