See toledowiki.net for a city wiki for Toledo, Ohio. As of this writing it has 113 users, who have created 362 pages about the city.
It's always interesting to see a city wiki start up, and by stumbling around the first few pages you get a sense for the places that are at the interesting core of a city. The first few coffee shops that are mapped tell you where people care enough to share their places to work, and the flyers collection lets you see what's on the bulletin boards around town.
My working knowledge of Toledo is bounded by the few places that I routinely visit – the art museum, the ball field where the Mud Hens play, and a few routine stops along the freeway near the turnpike exit. It's incredibly helpful to have a local guide to the whole rest of the town to make it possible to think about alternative destinations the next time I visit.
[Doc. No. 54.] 24th Congress, 1st Session. Ho. of Reps. Executive.
Ohio and Michigan Boundary
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES,
Reports from the Secretaries of State and War on the subject of the Ohio and Michigan boundary.
January 12, 1836.
Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.
To the House of Representatives of the United States :
Having laid before Congress on the 9th ultimo, the correspondence which had previously taken place relative to the controversy between Ohio and Michigan, on the question of boundary between that State and Territory, I now transmit reports from the Secretaries of State and War on the subject, with the papers therein referred to.
Washington, January 11, 1836.
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