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_____, and Robert S. Korach. The Lake Shore Electric Story. Bloomington: Indiana University, 2000.

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_____. "History of Sheffield's Black River Bridges." The Village Pioneer. 3.2 (2008): 7-11. Print.

_____. "History of Lake Breeze Road." The Village Pioneer. 8.2-3 (2013): 1-31. Print.

_____. "Life and Times of Tom Loftin Johnson." The Village Pioneer. 5.3 (2010): 4-7. Print.

_____. "Peter Bungart - Sheffield's Renowned Paleontologist." The Village Pioneer. 5.3 (2010): 2-3. Print.

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Much information has been derived from various newspaper and trade journal articles, far too numerous to list individually. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Amherst News-Times
  • Black Swamp Trader & Firelands Gazette
  • Cleveland Plain Dealer
  • Lorain Daily Democrat
  • Electric Railway Journal
  • Electric Traction Weekly
  • Elyria Chronicle-Telegram
  • Elyria Reporter
  • Engineering Record
  • Erie County Reporter
  • Fremont Daily News
  • Lorain Journal
  • Lorain Times-Herald
  • Norwalk Reflector
  • Ohio Jewish Chronicle
  • Sandusky Register
  • Sandusky Star-Journal
  • Street Railway Review
  • Westlake & Bay Village Observer
  • Vermilion News



Interviews & Correspondence

Chidester, Jane. Heidelberg Beach Association. E-mail correspondence. 2010-2011.

Eakin, Eric. Bay Village Historical Society. E-mail correspondence. 2010.

Korach, Robert. Electric railway historian. E-mail correspondence. 2011-2013.

Lamont, Dennis. LSE historian. E-mail correspondence. 2010-2016.

Sanders, Paige. Mitiwanga historian. E-mail correspondence. 2011-2012.

Vigrass, Bill. Electric railway historian. E-mail correspondence. 2011.

Waldron, Faye. Former Mitiwanga employee, formerly of the Berlin Heights Historical Society. Telephone interview. 2011.


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Miller, Carol Poh. Detroit-Superior High Level Bridge. Historic American Engineering Record. <http://loc.gov/pictures/item/oh0124/>

_____. Rocky River Bridge, A Short History. Cleveland State University. <http://csudigitalhumanities.org/exhibits/items/show/184>

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_____. The Voyage of the Leo. That Woman's Weblog. <http://thatwoman.wordpress.com/category/the-leo/>

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