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Cincinnatians endured many diseases we don’t hear about anymore. Here are a few of them.
You might know Oktoberfest, but have you heard of Cincinnati's fall festival?
Almost every major event in history seems to have a curious Cincinnati connection—and the Lusitania is no different.
Chief Ogallala Fire, known to some as Indian Joe, was immortalized as a war hero by a local Cincinnati artist.
Although touted as based on a simplified system of spelling and grammar, the Universal Language was nearly impossible to read or speak.
The local gold rush of 1868 was hardly noticeable outside a handful of incurable optimists, but gold was undoubtedly in the eastern hills.
Cincinnati was fully possessed by visions of riches, but those seeking their fortune often discovered panning for gold was not exactly as advertised.
Let us know when you dig up something this shiny in your backyard.
How does your better half stack up to these Victorian-era stipulations?
Being a photographer in old Cincinnati could be very interesting to say the least.