Established in 1852, Findlay Market is Ohio's oldest public market in continuous operation. Findlay Market opened just outside Cincinnati's city limits on land donated by James Findlay, in an area then known as the "Northern Liberties." Because the Northern Liberties lay beyond city jurisdiction, the area was known for social liberties such as prostitution, bootlegging, and thievery. In an effort to protect "the housewives" shopping there, city officials annexed the Findlay Market area. Annexation, however, did little to ...

Cincinnati's Historic Findlay Market 2009, Arcadia Publishing (SC), Charleston, SC

ISBN-13: 9780738560533

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Cincinnati's Historic Findlay Market 2009, Arcadia Publishing Library Editions

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