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  1. Piqua PIK-wə is a city in Miami County, Ohio, United States. The population was 20,522 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Dayton Metropolitan Statistical Area.
  2. Piqua is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Woodson County, Kansas, United States. Its population was 107 as of the 2010 census.
  3. Piqua is an unincorporated village in Robertson County, Kentucky, United States. It lies along Routes 165 and 617 south of the city of Mount Olivet, the county seat of Robertson County. Its name refers to the Piqua tribe of the Shawnee Indians which were indigenous to the region which became Kentucky. Its elevation is 705 feet. Johnson Creek, a tributary of the Licking River, flows through the community.

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Google previewAll For the Love of Nathan (2016)

A Mother's Journey With Her Brain-Injured Child by Rebecca G. Freeman

Piqua is a town located in Miami County, Ohio. In 1780 there were two Shawnee villages in that area. These Native Americans moved there after a large expedition of frontiersmen and militia, under the command of George Rogers Clark, ...

Google previewOhio's Troy vs. Piqua Football Rivalry: The Battle on the Miami (2015)

by David Fong

Piqua is a blue- collar ...

Google previewThe Whiskey Merchant's Diary (2007)

An Urban Life in the Emerging Midwest by Joseph J. Mersman, Linda A. Fisher

like most Country Places, Piqua is a temperate place, not a licenced drinking house in it.

Google previewThe new international encyclopædia (1907)

by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby

Piqua is an important industrial centre, with large sheet steel mills, iron works, stove and range works, straw- board mills, furniture factories, woolen mills, underwear mills, handle, pole and shaft works, etc. Good water power is afforded by the ...

Google previewHill's Practical Reference Library of General Knowledge (1906)

by Thomas Edie Hill, William Francis Rocheleau

Piqua is a trade center and great shipping point in a rich farming region. It is the second linseed oil center in the United States. Other industries are strawboard mills, bent-wood works, rolling mills, tin-plate works, corrugated iron works and ...

Google previewPreprint, Proceedings of a Symposium on District Heating and Cooling (1984)

National Academy of Sciences Auditorium, Washington, D.C., June 4-6, 1984

Piqua is a moderate size town (population, 23,000) located about 25 miles north of Dayton, Ohio. The municipal utility operates an existing steam system in the central business district and installed a new hot water service to a new industrial ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Farm Implements & Antiques (2004)

by C H Wendel

Piqua. Wagon. Co.,. Piqua,. Ohio. For 1895, Piqua offered this attractive one- horse wagon, noting that it was available in two different sizes. The previous year , the company built more than 2,000 wagons. For reasons now. Wagons & Carriages ...

Google previewIllustrated Dictionary for Building Construction (1993)

by John E. Traister

piqua pitch of a roof: The angle which the slope of a roof makes with the horizontal. See Fig. P-55. Figure P-53: Typical pipe thread. piqua: An African tree belonging to the cedar family. It is a light brown, medium-hard wood, with grain ...

Google previewLexicon of Geologic Names of the United States: M-Z (1938)

Piqua stone.

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Great Plains (2004)

by David J. Wishart

and Buster Kea- ton (Piqua, Kansas, 1895) to Dennis Hopper ...

Google previewThe Kentucky Encyclopedia (2015)

by John E. Kleber

pekowi (Piqua; sometimes Pickaway), and oawikila (Hathawekela ).

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of North American Indian Wars, 1607–1890 (2011)

A Political, Social, and Military History by Spencer Tucker, James R. Arnold, Roberta Wiener

After Piqua, Battle of 627 1763 the Catawbas were limited to a reservation of 15 square miles located along the North Carolina–South Carolina border, adjacent to the Catawba River. ThomaS John Blumer See also Augusta, Congress of; ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Indian History [4 volumes] (2007)

by Bruce E. Johansen, Barry M. Pritzker

Chillicothe and three Piqua clan ...

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