Submitted by Scott Holmes on Sat, 12/14/2019 - 15:30

“The audience was cool, and the Weekly News charged that Twain had humbugged and swindled the people of Oberlin” (pg 58 Cardwell)

“Fourteen years later, when Twain published “The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg,” citizens of Oberlin thought that their town was the prototype for Hadleyburg and that the writer was taking belated revenge for a bad press.” (pg 58 Cardwell)

See Touring with Cable and Huck for review.

Railroads: Norfolk and Western, Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati, Bellefontaine Line

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