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Ohio on the Move: Transportation in the Buckeye State, H. Roger Grant


1 Ohio on the Move: Transportation in the Buckeye State
H. Roger Grant
200 pages, 200 pages notes, bibliography, index paperback, 2003, paperback, Ohio University Press / Swallow Press
Few American states can match the rich and diverse transportation heritage of Ohio. Every major form of public conveyance eventually served the Buckeye state. From the "Canal Age" to the "Interurban Era," Ohio emerged as a national leader. The state's central location, abundant natural resources, impressive wealth, shrewd business leadership, and episodes of good fortune explain the dynamic nature of its transport past.
Ohio on the Move is the first systematic scholarly account of the transportation history of Ohio. To date, little has appeared on several subjects discussed here, including intercity bus and truck operations and commercial aviation. The more familiar topics of river and lake transport, canals, steam railroads, electric interurbans, and mass transit are extensively explored in the Ohio context.
In this inaugural volume of Ohio University Press's Ohio Bicentennial Series, Professor Grant demonstrates the truth of the slogan that Ohio is "the heart of it all" - not solely by location but also in the impressive network of transportation arteries that have linked the state, whether natural waterways and air space or various artificial land-travel routes.

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H. Roger Grant, chair and professor of history at Clemson University, has published twenty books, a dozen of which are on transportation topics. Clarence Wunderlin is the editor of the Ohio Bicentennial Series and is an associate professor of history at Kent State University.

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Foreword by Clarence E. Wunderlin, Jr.
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Price: 24.95 USD

     


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