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  • William Howard Taft National Historic SiteWilliam Howard Taft National Historic Site Cincinnati, Ohio
    The William Howard Taft National Historic Site in Cincinnati, Ohio was started in 1969, and is where the former President of the United States and Chief Justice of the United States was born and lived for the first 25 years of his life. Taft was born in 1857, in the Mount Auburn Historic district of Cincinnati, that was once a suburb of the city, but has since been incorporated into it. The house was built in 1835 and is a two story Greek Revival that was constructed in the wealthy area outside of the city that was hot, smoky, dirty and very crowded. Taft's father, Alphonso Taft, came here from Vermont in 1839 to start his new law practice, bringing his family here ten years later. Alphonso was one of the earliest supporters of the new Republican party in the city and would later become the 31st US secretary of war and 35th US attorney general.

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  • Roebling Suspension BridgeRoebling Suspension Bridge Cincinnati, Ohio
    The John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge runs across the Ohio River between Cincinnati, Ohio and Covington, Kentucky; and when it opened to pedestrians in 1866, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world, spanning 1057 feet. Decades before the building of the bridge, there was a definite need for a bridge between the two cities and states. Commerce between the two was important and couldn't get any better without the bridge, but since the distance was big, and the congestion on the river with steamboats was terrible. The only way that a solution could be found was the new idea of wire cable suspension bridges that had been designed by French engineers, and numerous Americans were interested in the idea. One of these was John A. Roebling of Saxonburg, Pennsylvania. It was difficult since the Ohio was wider than any of the rivers spanned in France; but that didn't stop the Covington and Cincinnati Bridge Company from being started in February 1846.

August 11, 2012