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Provides full text access to The Cincinnati Enquirer from 1841 to 2009.
When The Cincinnati Enquirer printed its first issue 1841, Cincinnati was the nation’s 6th largest city and was known as “The Queen of the West.” This resource covers a range of studies, including history, political science, economics and genealogy, with reports on world affairs, national events and a record of regional topics related to agriculture, manufacturing, government and people from the dynamic viewpoint of a quintessential western boomtown.
Coverage: 1841 - 2009
Interlibrary Loan Type: Not Permitted
Simultaneous User Limit: Unlimited simultaneous users