American History

Now that's scary!


Halloween is a time for gore and ghosts, but thanks to the safety measures in place in 1955, two workers at the Milwaukee Sewage Commission avoided experiencing either category. In the October issue, American City & County (then called The American City), raised spirits with the report that plant electrician Gilbert Hagan and plant superintendent James Brower avoided potentially debilitating or fatal incidents because of advanced precautions taken under the Commission’s ...

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What's American History?

It highlights the development of U.S. local and state government.


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