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The Little Miami Publishing Company is located in old Milford, Ohio, in Clermont County. Housed in a beautiful 200-year-old stone building, LMP specializes in history, reference, and genealogical books for the professional and family historian.
We’re so glad you have stopped by our site for a visit. Please take a good look at our catalog of books as well as our collection of finely made Byers Carolers dolls. If you find yourself in the Milford area, we hope you’ll come see us at our Water Street storefront and offices. Milford is a lovely town, full of quaint shopping, eateries, coffee shops, and lots of history. We look forward to meeting and talking with you!
Barbara Gargiulo, Proprietor
Little Miami Publishing
Cincinnati Under Water: The 1937 Flood
by Steven J. Rolfes
The author gives a day-by-day narrative of the events leading up to the greatest natural disaster to ever strike the region. The author compares the previous floods with the disaster of 1937, which led to fire, elimination of electric power, and scarce drinking water on both the Ohio and Kentucky sides of the Ohio River as the river exploded from its banks from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Cairo, Illinois.
Life Along the Ohio: A Sesquicentennial History of Ludlow, Kentucky
by David E. Schroeder
A small community on the south side of the Ohio River in the Cincinnati Metropolitan area. Initially settled by wealthy businessmen and southern planters, the city was transformed with the arrival of the Cincinnati Southern Railroad in the 1870s and streetcar service in the 1890s. Among others, the city became home to many German and Irish immigrants. Although experiencing a decline in population after World War II, the city is experiencing a renaissance with new housing, businesses, and growing civic pride.