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Cleveland - Wikipedia

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Cleveland is a city in the U.S. state of Ohio and the county seat of Cuyahoga County, the most ... The city is located on the southern shore of Lake Erie, approximately 60 miles (100 kilometers) wes...

Italian Ohioans - Ohio History Central

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... or Southern European countries, like Italy, rather than from Western European countries. ... In 1870, only thirty-five Italian immigrants resided in Cleveland.

Immigration and Ethnic Heritage in Ohio to 1903 - Ohio History ...

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first European explorers and settlers came to Ohio in the 17th and 18th centuries, there were ... On its southern boundary was the Ohio River, which became a major thoroughfare for migrants ... Cincinnati, Cleveland and other large Ohio cities.

Greek Ohioans - Ohio History Central

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... like Poland, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia, or Southern European countries, like ... By 1920, Cleveland boasted a Greek-born population of more than five ...

Encyclopedia of Cleveland History: IMMIGRATION AND MIGRATION

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Mar 2, 1998 ... IMMIGRATION AND MIGRATION - The Encyclopedia of Cleveland ... Toward the end of the period, some IRISH, utilized in part to construct the OHIO AND ERIE CANAL, ... the period of the "new immigration," in which many Southern and ... World War I effectively ended large-scale European immigration, ...

Cleveland, a city on the rebound - Chicago Tribune

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Jun 27, 2016 ... Here's what Cleveland residents want you to know: ... The Ohio city's colorful history dates to its settlement in 1796. ... The menu is influenced by the city's Eastern and Southern European flavors and features lamb and pork ...

Tremont Historic District: Ohio and Erie Canal National Heritage ...

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Tremont Historic District in the Ohio and Erie Canal National Heritage Corridor. ... The short lived university area later became home to Camp Cleveland during the ... In the early 1900s, many Eastern and Southern European immigrant groups ...

Ohio facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about ...

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Get information, facts, and pictures about Ohio at Encyclopedia.com. ... as they reach the serpentine Ohio River, which forms the state's southern boundary with ... Because of its proximity to Lake Erie, Cleveland is the windiest city, with winds that ..... The category "Other Indo-European languages" includes Albanian, G...

Immigration and Migration in the Industrial Age, 1870-1930

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In this period, the dominant sources were Southern and Eastern Europe, although ... The Sheriff sent Peck to Cleveland but the crowd attacked the City Building and ... Akron Summit County Public Library: http://www.ascpl.lib.oh.us/; City of ...

Spread of European earthworms threatening ... - Cleveland.com

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Sep 21, 2009 ... Spread of European earthworms threatening forests of Northeast Ohio ... That's where the worm scourge could hit Northeast Ohio -- as well ... (The worms that survived the last ice age in the Central and Southern United States ...