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  2. History of Cleveland - Wikipedia

    The bridge siphoned off commercial traffic to Cleveland before it could reach Ohio City's mercantile district. These actions aggravated citizens of Ohio City, and brought to the surface a fierce rivalry between the small town and Cleveland. Ohio City citizens rallied for "Two Bridges or None!".

  3. Hope Memorial Bridge - Wikipedia

    Added to NRHP. October 8, 1976. Location. The Hope Memorial Bridge (formerly the Lorain–Carnegie Bridge) is a 4,490-foot-long (1,370 m) art deco truss bridge crossing the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland, Ohio. The bridge connects Lorain Avenue on Cleveland's west side and Carnegie Avenue on the east side, terminating just short of Progressive Field .

  4. Category:Bridges in Cleveland - Wikipedia

    George V. Voinovich Bridges. Categories: Transportation buildings and structures in Cleveland. Bridges in Ohio. Bridges in the United States by populated place. Hidden category: Commons category link is on Wikidata.

  5. Ohio City, Cleveland - Wikipedia,_Cleveland

    History. The City of Ohio became an independent municipality on March 3, 1836, splitting from Brooklyn Township. The city grew from a population of 2,400 people in the early 1830s to over 4,000 in 1850. The municipality was annexed by Cleveland on June 5, 1854. James A. Garfield, who became the 20th president of the United States, frequently ...

  6. Timeline of Cleveland - Wikipedia

    Cleveland and Ohio City are incorporated as cities. John W. Willey is elected the first mayor of Cleveland. Bridge War between Cleveland and Ohio City takes place. 1837 – Cleveland City Council votes to create City Hospital, now MetroHealth. 1840 – population: 6,071. 1842 – The Plain Dealer begins publication.

  7. Downtown Cleveland - Wikipedia

    Downtown Cleveland. Downtown Cleveland is the central business district of Cleveland, Ohio, United States. The economic and cultural center of the city and the Cleveland metropolitan area, it is Cleveland's oldest district, with its Public Square laid out by city founder General Moses Cleaveland in 1796. [3]

  8. Fulton Road Bridge - Wikipedia

    100 feet (30 m) History. Opened. Original: 1932 / Replacement: 2010. Closed. Original: 2006. Location. The Fulton Road Bridge was the name of two bridges in Cleveland, Ohio, the original and its replacement. The bridge in the Old Brooklyn neighborhood spans the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, Big Creek (a Cuyahoga River tributary that runs through ...

  9. National Register of Historic Places listings in Cleveland

    There are 432 properties and districts listed on the National Register in Cuyahoga County, including 4 National Historic Landmarks. The city of Cleveland is the location of 274 of these properties and districts, including 3 of the National Historic Landmarks; they are listed here, while the remainder are listed separately.