Toledo, Ohio

What is Toledo, Ohio known for?


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resident; this explanation ignores the fact that Irving returned to the United States in 1832. Others award the honor to Two Stickney, son of the major who quaintly numbered his sons and named his daughters after States. The most popular version attributes the naming to Willard J. Daniels, a merchant, who reportedly suggested Toledo because it 'is easy to pronounce, is pleasant in sound, and there is no other city of that name on the American continent.'" Despite Toledo’s efforts, the final terminus was decided to be built in Manhattan a half mile to the north of Toledo because it was closer to the lake. As a compromise, the state placed two sidecuts before the terminus, one in Toledo at Swan Creek and another in Maumee. An almost bloodless conflict between Ohio and the Michigan Territory, called the Toledo War (1835–1836), was "fought" over a narrow strip of land from the Indiana border to Lake Erie, now containing the city and the suburbs of Sylvania (Sylvania, Ohio) and Oregon (Oregon, Ohio). The strip—which varied between five and eight miles (13 km) in width—was claimed by the state of Ohio and the Michigan Territory due to conflicting legislation concerning the location of the Ohio-Michigan state line. Militias from both states were sent but never engaged. The only casualty of the conflict was a Michigan deputy sheriff (Sheriffs in the United States)—stabbed in the leg with a pen knife by Two Stickney during the arrest of his elder brother, One Stickney—and the loss of two horses, two pigs and a few chickens stolen from an Ohio farm by lost members of the Michigan militia. In the end, the state of Ohio was awarded the land after the state of Michigan was given a larger portion of the Upper Peninsula in exchange. Stickney Avenue in Toledo is named for One and Two Stickney. The Spanish citizens worked aboard U.S. ships between 1950 and 1998, and claim that they were exposed to asbestos dust and fibers from piping insulation produced by Owens-Illinois. The piping insulation was originally manufactured in Sayreville (w:Sayreville, New Jersey), Middlesex County (w:Middlesex County, New Jersey), and Berlin (w:Berlin, New Jersey), Camden County (w:Camden County, New Jersey), New Jersey. The workers say they suffer from diseases related to asbestos such as asbestosis (w:Asbestosis). Owens-Illinois has headquarters in Toledo, Ohio (w:Toledo, Ohio) and is a Delaware corporation (w:Delaware corporation).


run red

, which allows all municipalities in the state to use red light cameras on all state-owned right-of-ways and fine drivers who run red lights, with the aim of enforcing safe driving, according to then-Governor Charlie Crist.


speaking writing

) KYA in San Francisco to KGFJ in Los Angeles and finally WOHO in Toledo (Toledo, Ohio), Ohio, before quitting the medium in 1967. Returning to L.A., he had more success working in physical fitness sales and marketing. He diversified into freelance motivational speaking (motivational speaker), writing and stockbroking before settling into a Palm Springs, California retirement. In what would become a trend with Mojo due to his refusal to adhere


blue books

of the New York City office. Doghouse is a fully independent label and company. By 1918, there were eighteen such annual volumes, representing twenty-six cities, such as Toledo, Ohio. There was no single all-encompassing ''Social Register''; until the cities were condensed in one large volume in 1977; local indices were compiled and published annually. Smaller areas within the scope of the New York Social Register have entities that publish "blue books" or "Social Lists" such as for Morris County (Morris County, New Jersey), which often includes members of the New York register in their listings due to multiple residences. ''The Morris Social Directory'', published annually since the late 1800s, lists the notable residents of the county, especially of the Morristown (Morristown, New Jersey) area which attracted many social register families from Manhattan to build "country residences" (christened with names) on self-sustaining estates with farms that were maintained year-round, but visited as retreats or for specific "seasons" of social activities. A reference to the social register for Morris County, New Jersey in historical records maintained by a group focused on a historic home that has now been turned into a country club, reads, "...After James's death his youngest son, George Wetmore Colles 2nd, inherited The Evergreens. George (1836-1911) was a lawyer; his wife, an author. They kept homes in both New York and Morristown. The 1902 Morris Social Directory lists Mrs. Julia Keese (Nelson) Colles and children Miss Gertrude, Miss Julia, and Mr. George Jr. as residing at 20 High Street.life Bresnahan was born on June 11, 1879 in Toledo, Ohio . He was the seventh child of Michael and Mary Bresnahan, who had immigrated to the United States from Tralee, Ireland. Bresnahan used to claim that he was also from Tralee, and early in his life, he earned the nickname "The Duke of Tralee". The Spanish citizens worked aboard U.S. ships between 1950 and 1998, and claim that they were exposed to asbestos dust and fibers from piping insulation produced by Owens-Illinois. The piping insulation was originally manufactured in Sayreville (w:Sayreville, New Jersey), Middlesex County (w:Middlesex County, New Jersey), and Berlin (w:Berlin, New Jersey), Camden County (w:Camden County, New Jersey), New Jersey. The workers say they suffer from diseases related to asbestos such as asbestosis (w:Asbestosis). Owens-Illinois has headquarters in Toledo, Ohio (w:Toledo, Ohio) and is a Delaware corporation (w:Delaware corporation).


strip independent

and the Michigan Territory over the city of Toledo (Toledo, Ohio) and the Toledo Strip. * Independent Order of Rechabites founded as part of temperance movement Schreiber received his education at the Talmudical college of his native town, the rabbinical seminary at Eisenstadt, Hungary, and the Hochschule in Berlin (Ph.D., Heidelberg, 1873). In 1874 he was appointed teacher at the Samson School at Wolfenbüttel, and subsequently became rabbi of Elbing (1875) and Bonn on the Rhine (1878). Later, Schreiber came to the United States, having in 1881 accepted a call to the rabbinate of Mobile, Ala., where he remained until 1883, when he was elected rabbi of Denver, Colorado. He then held successively the rabbinates of Los Angeles, California (1885–89); Little Rock, Arkansas (1889–91); Spokane, Washington (1891–92); Toledo, Ohio (1892–97); and Youngstown, Ohio (1897–1899). From 1899 he was rabbi of Congregation Emanu-El, Chicago. The '''Lake Shore Electric Railway''' (LSE) was an interurban electric railway that ran primarily between Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio) and Toledo, Ohio by way of Sandusky (Sandusky, Ohio) and Fremont (Fremont, Ohio). Through arrangements with connecting interurban lines, it also offered service from Fremont to Fostoria (Fostoria, Ohio) and Lima, Ohio, and at Toledo to Detroit (Detroit, Michigan) and Cincinnati (Cincinnati, Ohio). '''Stanley Cowell''' (born May 5, 1941 in Toledo, Ohio) is an American jazz pianist (piano) and founder of the Strata-East Records label. He played with Roland Kirk while studying at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and later with Marion Brown, Max Roach, Bobby Hutcherson, Clifford Jordan, Harold Land, Sonny Rollins and Stan Getz. The Spanish citizens worked aboard U.S. ships between 1950 and 1998, and claim that they were exposed to asbestos dust and fibers from piping insulation produced by Owens-Illinois. The piping insulation was originally manufactured in Sayreville (w:Sayreville, New Jersey), Middlesex County (w:Middlesex County, New Jersey), and Berlin (w:Berlin, New Jersey), Camden County (w:Camden County, New Jersey), New Jersey. The workers say they suffer from diseases related to asbestos such as asbestosis (w:Asbestosis). Owens-Illinois has headquarters in Toledo, Ohio (w:Toledo, Ohio) and is a Delaware corporation (w:Delaware corporation).


played defensive

selected in the 13th round, as a shortstop, by the Atlanta Braves in the 1982 Major League Baseball Draft. Meyer spent two seasons playing minor league baseball in the Braves organization. He concurrently played defensive back at the University of Cincinnati before earning his bachelor's degree in psychology in 1986. During his undergraduate studies, Meyer also became a brother of the Sigma Chi Fraternity (Fraternities and sororities) (Zeta Psi (List of Sigma Chi chapters) Chapter), and met his future wife at Sigma Chi's Derby Days philanthropy event. Raymond Hines III, " Denise Meyer Chat Transcript," ''Gator Country'' (October 25, 2006). Retrieved September 1, 2009. Not everyone in the victorious United States shares in the celebration of the victory, however. Returning veterans find scabs working for cheaper wages in the factories and mines they worked at before going away to fight. More veterans find themselves being put down by capitalists and factory owners, and go on strike in industrial centers like Pittsburgh and Toledo (Toledo, Ohio). The owners deploy the Pinkertons (Pinkerton National Detective Agency) and police against the strikers, but the war veterans, who had faced far worse challenges in the trenches, repel them. The country seems to be on the verge of revolution, and the Socialist Party capitalizes on gains among the lower classes. In November 1918 (United States House elections, 1918), they capture the House of Representatives for the first time, disrupting Theodore Roosevelt's plans for domestic and foreign affairs. Education and early life Pease was born in Toledo, Ohio. He attended Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, supporting himself through college by working summers as a laborer at a Toledo oil refinery. Pease was president of the student body, edited the student newspaper (The ''Post'') and was a student reporter for the ''Athens Messenger.'' He graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor's Degree in journalism in 1953. He earned a Master's Degree in government from Ohio University in 1955 and completed graduate work as a Fulbright Scholar at King's College, Durham University (Durham University). http: www.nndb.com people 896 000129509 In 1964, the station was sold to current owner Cox Enterprises (which Cox traded its share in the then new cable system in Toledo, Ohio to the Post-Gazette's parent company, which is based in Toledo). The station has been the longest running NBC affiliate under Cox's ownership, especially after its sister stations in Charlotte (WSOC-TV) and Atlanta (WSB-TV) switched over to ABC in 1978 (WSOC) and 1980 (WSB-TV) respectively. operating hq Owosso, MI hq_city Toledo, OH (Toledo, Ohio) (early years), St. Louis, MO (St. Louis, Missouri) (1925-1963), Dearborn, MI (Dearborn, Michigan) (1963-1976) thumb The cover from the Ann Arbor Railroad and Steamship Lines 1911 passenger timetable (Image:Ann Arbor Railroad and Steamship Lines 1911 timetable.jpg) The '''Ann Arbor Railroad''' The Spanish citizens worked aboard U.S. ships between 1950 and 1998, and claim that they were exposed to asbestos dust and fibers from piping insulation produced by Owens-Illinois. The piping insulation was originally manufactured in Sayreville (w:Sayreville, New Jersey), Middlesex County (w:Middlesex County, New Jersey), and Berlin (w:Berlin, New Jersey), Camden County (w:Camden County, New Jersey), New Jersey. The workers say they suffer from diseases related to asbestos such as asbestosis (w:Asbestosis). Owens-Illinois has headquarters in Toledo, Ohio (w:Toledo, Ohio) and is a Delaware corporation (w:Delaware corporation).


gold album

; '''Anita Baker''' (born January 26, 1958 in Toledo, Ohio and raised in Detroit, Michigan) The Spanish citizens worked aboard U.S. ships between 1950 and 1998, and claim that they were exposed to asbestos dust and fibers from piping insulation produced by Owens-Illinois. The piping insulation was originally manufactured in Sayreville (w:Sayreville, New Jersey), Middlesex County (w:Middlesex County, New Jersey), and Berlin (w:Berlin, New Jersey), Camden County (w:Camden County, New Jersey), New Jersey. The workers say they suffer from diseases related to asbestos such as asbestosis (w:Asbestosis). Owens-Illinois has headquarters in Toledo, Ohio (w:Toledo, Ohio) and is a Delaware corporation (w:Delaware corporation).


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He moved to Fort Wayne (Fort Wayne, Indiana) as a small child, when his mother left his father. Shriner learned to play the harmonica as a grade school student. He formed a quintet when he was in high school; expanded to an octet, it made frequent local appearances. Shriner then performed on his own. When his lip gave out one night, he filled time by telling homespun stories. His deadpan comedy routines became more popular than his music, and soon he was entertaining audiences with stories about a fictional Hoosier hometown. In contrast, Wyandotte (Wyandotte, Michigan) is an older city, and has seen its share of wealthy citizens. The Marx House, built by Warren Isham in 1862, housed a number of the city's most prominent citizens, and did the John and Emma Lacey Eberts House, built in 1872. Industrial giant Edward Ford was the son of glass pioneer John Baptiste Ford and the founder of the Michigan Alkalai Company in Wyandotte and the Ford Plate Glass Company in Toledo, Ohio (later the Libbey–Owens–Ford Company). Ford built both the impressive Ford-Bacon House and the George P. MacNichol House across the street. In August 2006, MyNetworkTV filled in its remaining gaps within the top 100 television markets. On August 11, 2006, MNTV announced WNAC (WNAC-TV) in Providence, Rhode Island as a secondary affiliate; and WNGT-LP (WMNT-CA) in Toledo, Ohio as a primary station. Additionally, on August 22, 2006, the network added KAUT (KAUT-TV) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Oklahoma City) and a digital sub-channel of WRGT (WRGT-TV) in Dayton, Ohio to the affiliate list on its website. Also that month, WZMY (WBIN-TV) in Derry, New Hampshire was announced as the Boston-market affiliate. WBIN's (the former WZMY's) affiliation with MNTV ran out in September 2011, and WSBK (which had shunned MNTV at its formation in 2006) took over the Boston-market MNTV affiliation at that time. - 70. Toledo, Ohio '''WMNT-CA''' 48 2006 UPN Community Broadcast Group - '''James G. Millns Jr.''' (born January 13, 1949 in Toledo, Ohio) is an American (United States) ice dancer. With partner Colleen O'Connor, he was the 1974–1976 U.S. national champion (U.S. Figure Skating Championships), the 1975 World silver medalist (World Figure Skating Championships), the 1976 World bronze medalist, and the 1976 Olympic bronze medalist (Figure skating at the 1976 Winter Olympics). weight_lbs 180 birth_date The Spanish citizens worked aboard U.S. ships between 1950 and 1998, and claim that they were exposed to asbestos dust and fibers from piping insulation produced by Owens-Illinois. The piping insulation was originally manufactured in Sayreville (w:Sayreville, New Jersey), Middlesex County (w:Middlesex County, New Jersey), and Berlin (w:Berlin, New Jersey), Camden County (w:Camden County, New Jersey), New Jersey. The workers say they suffer from diseases related to asbestos such as asbestosis (w:Asbestosis). Owens-Illinois has headquarters in Toledo, Ohio (w:Toledo, Ohio) and is a Delaware corporation (w:Delaware corporation).


independent career

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speed intelligence

). Brown's players were known for speed, intelligence, and contact; his teams for execution and fundamentals; and he was dubbed "Precision Paul" Park, p. 182 at Ohio State. *Dayton (Dayton, Ohio) (Dayton International Airport) *Toledo (Toledo, Ohio) (Toledo Express Airport) In Indiana, U.S. Route 24 runs east from the Illinois state line to Huntington (Huntington, Indiana). At Huntington, U.S. 24 turns

Toledo, Ohio

'''Toledo''' ( Toledo is in northwest Ohio, on the western end of Lake Erie, and borders the state of Michigan. The city was founded in 1833 on the west bank of the Maumee River, originally incorporated as part of Monroe County, Michigan Territory, then re-founded in 1837, after conclusion of the Toledo War, when it was incorporated in Ohio.

Toledo grew quickly as a result of the Miami and Erie Canal and its position on the railway line between New York and Chicago. It has since become a city well known for its art community, auto assembly, education, healthcare, and local sports teams. The city has also became known for its glass industry which has earned the nickname, "The Glass City".

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