E-book Version of Granville's Industrial Past

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E-book Version of Granville's Industrial Past

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This is the .epub e-book version of the GHS's Pocket History #2, Granville's Industrial Past by Theresa Overholser.

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Difficult though it may be to imagine, today’s tidy college town of Granville, Ohio was once an emerging industrial center boasting woolen mills, a belching iron furnace, and the stench of three tanneries. What was Granville like during its industrial past, and why did heavy industry mostly fade from the Granville we know today?

The Pocket History series presents short, readable introductions to topics in Granville's history.

 

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