On October 15, 2005, the National Socialist Movement (United States), a Neo-Nazi organization, planned a march to protest alleged black gang activity in the North End of Toledo, Ohio. ...more on Wikipedia about "2005 Toledo Riot"
The Great Black Swamp, or simply Black Swamp, was a glacial swamp in Ohio and Indiana, and the region occupied what was formerly Lake Maumee (a precursor to Lake Erie). It was gradually drained in the second half of the 1800s and is now fertile farm land. ...more on Wikipedia about "Great Black Swamp"
This is a list of Mayors of Toledo, Ohio. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of mayors of Toledo, Ohio"
This List of Toledo, Ohio media outlets lists the broadcast television stations, radio stations, and newspapers which are received by people living in the Toledo, Ohio region. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Toledo, Ohio media outlets"
The Maumee River Crossing, officially known as the Veterans Glass City Skyway, is a Cable-stayed bridge currently under construction on Interstate 280 in Toledo, Ohio. ...more on Wikipedia about "Maumee River Crossing"
St. John's Jesuit High School is an all-male private Jesuit high school in Toledo, Ohio with an enrollment about 800 students. Although it was founded as a college in 1898 in downtown Toledo, it closed during the Great Depression and reestablished as a preporatory school in 1965 in South Toledo. It's known for its relative academic excellence and the social status of its students and alumni. It is one of two all-male Catholic high schools in the Toledo area, the other being St. Francis de Sales High School. ...more on Wikipedia about "St. John's Jesuit High School"
The Toledo Free Press is a weekly paper in Toledo, Ohio. It was founded in 2005 by Thomas Pounds, a veteran administrator of daily newspapers in Toledo and Pittsburgh. ...more on Wikipedia about "Toledo Free Press"
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Toledo Strip is the name of a piece of land (which includes present-day Toledo, Ohio) that was claimed by both the state of Ohio and the Michigan Territory of the United States in the early 19th century. The area is sometimes called the Michigan Survey by Ohioans. The timeline of this dispute is as follows: ...more on Wikipedia about "Toledo Strip"
The Toledo War of 1835- 1836 was a largely bloodless boundary dispute between the state of Ohio and the Michigan Territory of the United States over a 468 square mile (1,210 km²) strip of land (the " Toledo Strip") including what is now the city of Toledo, Ohio. It is also referred to variously as the Ohio-Michigan War, the Battle of Phillip's Crossing, the Ohio-Michigan Boundary War and the Michigan-Ohio War. ...more on Wikipedia about "Toledo War"
Toledo is a city in Lucas County on the northern border of Ohio and the western end of Lake Erie. It is the county seat of Lucas County, and the principal city in the Toledo Metropolitan Statistical Area. In the 2000 census, the city proper had a population of 313,619. However, an estimate in 2002 gives the city a reduced population of 309,106 and is still the fourth-largest city in the state. Toledo is known as the Glass City because of its long history of innovation in all aspects of the glass industry: windows, bottles, windshields, and construction materials. The Jeep vehicle has been manufactured in Toledo since 1941. ...more on Wikipedia about "Toledo, Ohio"
Tony Packo's Cafe is located in the Hungarian/Polish neighborhood on the east side of Toledo, Ohio. Opened during the depression in 1932 by Tony Packo himself, he used a $100 loan to open his shop, which originally sold only sandwiches and ice cream. __NOEDITSECTION__ Tony's signature "sausage-and-sauce sandwich" on rye was first made when he decided to add a spicy chili sauce to his sandwiches for more flavor. Eventually, his creation became known as the "Hungarian hot dog", even though no such thing had come from the Old Country. The dish became an instant hit, and in 1935 the Packo family was able to purchase the current wedge-shaped building on the corner of Front and Consaul streets, which includes the Consaul Tavern. ==The M*A*S*H Connection== ...more on Wikipedia about "Tony Packo's Cafe"
The Wabash and Erie Canal was a shipping canal in Indiana that linked the Great Lakes to the Mississippi River via a man-made waterway. The canal stretched from Evansville, Indiana to Toledo, Ohio. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wabash and Erie Canal"
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