Lost Sandusky

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SANDUSKY BUILT ITS REPUTATION on the appeal of a picturesque lakefront and the opportunities of a manufacturing hub. Not only did its factories keep pace with the transportation industry, but the Ohio city also boasted the headquarters of international paper maker Hinde and Dauch and enough crayon production to be called the "Color Capital of the World." The amusement park at Cedar Point helped launch a new form of entertainment that continues today. But while the town remains a vacation destination and retains some heavy industry, it misses much of its former glory. Join M. Kristina Smith in revisiting those landmarks of Sandusky's past.
ISBN: 9781626195868
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Ohio
Series: Lost
Images: 48
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
M. Kristina Smith has worked in newspapers for twelve years as a reporter and, most recently, as an assistant editor. She has worked for the Port Clinton News Herald and the Fremont News-Messenger since 2004. She is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University.
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