Cincinnati

Cincinnati, the metropolis of Ohio, stands on the Ohio River, opposite Covington and Newport, by rail 270 m. SE. of Chicago; the city stands on hilly ground, and is broken and irregular; there are many fine buildings, among them a Roman Catholic cathedral, and large parks; there is a university, the Lane Theological Seminary (Presbyterian), schools of medicine, law, music, and art, an observatory, zoological garden, and large libraries; it is a centre of culture in the arts; manufactures include clothing, tobacco, leather, moulding and machine shops; there is some boat-building and printing; but the most noted trade is in pork and grain; is the greatest pork market in the world; a third of the population is of German origin.

Population (circa 1900) given as 326,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Cimarosa, Domenico
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Cimbri
Cimerians
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Cinna, Lucius Cornelius
Cinnabar
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