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Historical What's New
- Natchez, Mississippi: Essay #26
In this monograph, the author devotes attention to four key services as they developed in antebellum Natchez: fire protection, gas lighting, sanitation, and streets.
- Mayor Frank P. Zeidler: Essay #25
This well-researched book establishes the historical context of conditions in Milwaukee at the end of World War II and examines Mayor Zeidler’s efforts to improve mass transit while stemming the decline of mass transit usage and provides his introspection on Milwaukee transportation policies.
- An Interview with Robert D. Bugher
This interview is the story of both the man and the Association he led with dedication and vision, while working shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the icons of public administration and public works in the United States.
- Building The Canal To Save Chicago
To accomplish the reversing of the flow of a river wouldn't be possible today. But to Chicago near the end of the 19th Century it became a matter of survival. It is an unlikely place for a large city, with flat topography, poor drainage, next to a lake and near to a river into the continent.