Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Dover (Ohio)
DOVER, a city of Ohio, in Tuscarawas co. It was formerly known as Canal Dover. The city is on the Baltimore and Ohio, the Pennsylvania, and other railroads. It is an important industrial center and has a large plant of the United States Steel Corporation and several important coke and coal companies. It has also important plants for manufacturing electrical devices. Pop. (1910) 6,621; (1920) 8,101.