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  2. History of Cincinnati - Wikipedia

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    In 1800, there were about 30 buildings and a population of 750 people. Cincinnati began with the settlement of Columbia, Losantiville, and North Bend in the Northwest Territory of the United States beginning in late December 1788. The following year Fort Washington, named for George Washington, was established to protect the settlers.

  3. Cincinnati - Wikipedia

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    Cincinnati ( / ˌsɪnsɪˈnæti / SIN-si-NAT-ee, nicknamed Cincy) is a city in and the county seat of Hamilton County, Ohio, United States. [10] Settled in 1788, the city is located in the northern side of the confluence of the Licking and Ohio rivers, the latter of which marks the state line with Kentucky. The population of Cincinnati was ...

  4. Timeline of Cincinnati - Wikipedia

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    2021 – The new home of FC Cincinnati, TQL Stadium opens on May 16. 2022 – On August 11, the Cincinnati FBI field office attack occurs. See also. History of Cincinnati; List of mayors of Cincinnati; Timeline of Newport, Kentucky, in vicinity of Cincinnati; Other cities in Ohio. Timeline of Cleveland; Timeline of Columbus, Ohio; Timeline of ...

  5. History of Ohio - Wikipedia

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    Miami University in Oxford, Ohio was founded in 1809, the University of Cincinnati in 1819, Kenyon College in Gambier in 1824, Western Reserve University in Cleveland in 1826, Capital University in Columbus in 1830, Xavier University in Cincinnati and Denison University in Granville in 1831, Oberlin College in 1833, Marietta College in 1835 ...

  6. Cincinnati in the American Civil War - Wikipedia

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    Cincinnati at the outset of the Civil War. Antebellum Cincinnati played a large role in the abolitionist movement, partially due to its location as a major city in the free state of Ohio directly across the river from the slave state Kentucky. The "Queen City" became a major migration path for escaped slaves. Leading abolitionists such as Lyman ...

  7. Mount Auburn Historic District - Wikipedia

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    Mount Auburn Historic District is located in the Mount Auburn neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. It extends along both sides of Auburn Avenue roughly between Ringold Street and William H. Taft Road. The population of Mount Auburn was 5,094 at the 2020 census . The District was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 28, 1973 ...

  8. John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge - Wikipedia

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    The John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge (formerly the Cincinnati-Covington Bridge) is a suspension bridge that spans the Ohio River between Cincinnati, Ohio, and Covington, Kentucky. When opened on December 1, 1866, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world at 1,057 feet (322 m) main span, [3] which was later overtaken by John A ...

  9. Cincinnati Art Museum - Wikipedia

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    The Cincinnati Art Museum is an art museum in the Eden Park neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. Founded in 1881, it was the first purpose-built art museum west of the Alleghenies, and is one of the oldest in the United States. Its collection of over 67,000 works spanning 6,000 years of human history make it one of the most comprehensive ...