Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Jackson (Ohio)

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JACKSON, a city of Ohio, the county seat of Jackson co. It is on the Hocking Valley, the Baltimore and Ohio, Southwestern, and the Detroit, Toledo and Ironton railroads. It has important coal and iron mines, foundries, a shoe factory, railroad shops, and other industries. Pop. (1910) 6,468; (1920) 5,842.

Source: “Jackson, a city of Ohio” Collier's New Encyclopedia, V (New York: P.F. Collier & Son Company, 1921), p. 220.