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<p>Following World War II, Madison continued to grow. By the late 1940s, most American families owned automobiles, allowing these people to live farther from work. Madison experienced an increase in population, as these people lived in Madison but typically commuted to Cleveland, Ohio, located forty miles to the west. In 2000, approximately three thousand people resided in the community.</p>
*[[American Civil War]]
*[[World War II]]
#Howe, Henry. <em>Historical Collections of Ohio in Two Volumes</em>. Vol. II. Cincinnati, OH: C.J. Krehbiel & Co., Printers and Binders, 1902.
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