American Historic Towns
Historic Towns of The Western States

Edited by Lyman P. Powell
G. P. Putnam' Sons
New York and London
The Knickerbocker Press
1901


Marietta.

The Plymouth of the west.

Cleveland.

The pleasant city.

Cincinnati.

Always a strategic point.

Detroit.

The queen city.

Mackinic.

The home of the great fairies.

Indinapolis.

The Hoosier capitol.

Vincennes.

The key to the northwest.

Chicago.

Large in every way.

Madison.

The city of four lakes.

Minneapolis-St. Paul.

The twin cities.

Des Moines.

Iowa's Capitol City.

St. Louis.

The future freat.

Kansas City.

The central City.

Omaha.

The transcontinental gateway.

Denver.

The queen city of the plains.

Santa Fe.

The city of the holy faith.

Salt Lake City.

The desert has blossomed as the rose.

Spokane.

The city of the inland empire.

Portland.

The Metropolis of the Pacific northwest.

San Francisco.

By the west gate of the world.

Monterey.

Ciudad De Aye Y De Hoy

Los Angeles.

The city of angels.


Also see Historic towns of the Southern States.
and Historic towns of New England.

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