Visions of Place: City, Neighborhoods, Suburbs, and Cincin

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Almost every American city has or had neighborhoods like Clifton, which developed in the mid-nineteenth century as a silk-stocking suburb with a more diverse population than most observers noticed. Incorporated by Cincinnati in the late nineteenth century, Clifton had a reputation as a better-than-average place in which to live, a view that persisted until the end of the twentieth century. In Visions of Place, Zane L. Miller treats ideas about the nature of cities -- including their neighborhoods and their suburbs -- as the ...

Visions of Place: City, Neighborhoods, Suburbs, and Cincin 2001, Ohio State University Press

ISBN-13: 9780814208595

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