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Irishtown Bend - Wikipedia


Irishtown Bend is an area of Cleveland, Ohio, USA located along the Cuyahoga River in the Flats. It encompassed roughly the area from West 25th Street east to  ...

Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival


A celebration of all things Irish, featuring musicians on 6 stages, food and drink, crafts, historical exhibits, and children's activities.

History of the Cleveland Irish : The Cleveland Memory Project


Excerpts from Irish Americans and Their Communities of Cleveland* ... Ohio City, now part of Cleveland's near west side, was the home of a number of ethnic ...

West Side Irish American Club - Cleveland, OH


To preserve and promote our rich Irish cultural heritage in song, dance, literature, sports, and traditions. To provide a forum for the enrichment of our family and ...

The Irish in Cleveland: A history in photos | cleveland.com


In reality, more than nine percent of the Cleveland population claims Irish ... Many of the first Irish to move to Cleveland worked on the Ohio and Erie Canal.

Encyclopedia of Cleveland History: IRISH


Jul 17, 1997 ... 1820. The Irish continued to trickle into the city, and approx. 500 were in Cleveland in 1826, many of them helping to build the OHIO AND ERIE ...

Where are the most Irish cities, counties in Ohio ... - Cleveland.com


Mar 17, 2014 ... CLEVELAND, Ohio - Downtown Cleveland swells with people claiming Irish ancestry each year on St. Patrick's Day, but when it comes to ...

Irish in Cleveland | Cleveland Irish - ClevelandPeople.Com


People, culture, music, food and traditions of Ireland and the Irish and Irish- American community in Cleveland Ohio and beyond. Culture, music, people and  ...

Tour | Irish Immigration | Cleveland Historical


The Irish were one of the first ethnic communities to settle in Cleveland; their ... be traced back to the construction of the Ohio-Erie Canal during the late 1820's.