Steubenville

Steubenville

(sto͞o`bənvĭl), city (1990 pop. 22,125), seat of Jefferson co., E central Ohio, on the Ohio River; laid out c.1797, inc. as a city 1851. Its once significant steel and coking industries have declined; manufactures include tin, metals, chemicals, and paper goods. Bituminous coal is also mined. Of interest is the birthplace of Edwin M. StantonStanton, Edwin McMasters,
1814–69, American statesman, b. Steubenville, Ohio. He was admitted to the Ohio bar in 1836 and began to practice law in Cadiz. As his reputation grew, he moved first to Steubenville (1839), then to Pittsburgh (1847), and finally to Washington, D.
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Steubenville

 

a city in the eastern USA, in the state of Ohio. Population, 30,000 (1974; 168,000 with suburbs). A port on the Ohio River, Steubenville has metallurgical plants. Glass, ceramic articles, construction materials, and chemicals are also manufactured. Coal is mined in the area.

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An alumna of Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio has written an open letter saying that she was sexually abused while a student there and that the school administration ignored her complaints.
In "Three Rules for Living a Good Life: A Game Plan for after Graduation", the legendary former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz shared three easy to remember and impossible to forget rules for life during a commencement address at Franciscan University Steubenville. The are: Do what is right; Do everything to the best of your ability; Show people you care.
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