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from the last chapter: "...the crooked little Cuyahoga, no larger than many a good fishing stream, required of men their best effort and magnified them. It turned them into giants who forced the valley into the pivotal position in mid-America's economy. The little river is still challenging men to works so vast that mile for mile it can't be matched by any river I have ever heard of in the world."
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Ellis, William Donohue, "The Cuyahoga" (2010). Cleveland Memory. 46.
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