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By Larry R. Slater

In 1905, the German spiritual cost of economic system replaced without end from what its charismatic founder had deliberate in 1824. outfitted to watch for the second one Coming, financial system used to be handed from the palms of the moribund concord Society to the yank Bridge department of usa metal company. the recent vendors renamed town Ambridge. because the mill city burst into existence, the inhabitants spiked from six hundred to nearly 37,000 through 1945. necessarily, Ambridge felt the cave in of massive metal. within the 1750s, this land alongside the Ohio River held Log city, which used to be a gathering position for Colonial and local American leaders. Later there has been Legionville, the place Gen. Anthony Wayne educated American troops through the early Indian wars. This used to be by means of the ultimate domestic of a utopian society and one of many greatest mill complexes of the 20 th century. via classic photos, Ambridge chronicles the varied heritage and evolution of this community.

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