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  2. Cleveland, Virginia - Wikipedia,_Virginia

    Cleveland is a town in central Russell County, Virginia, United States. The population was 128 at the 2010 census. The population was 128 at the 2010 census. History [ edit ]

  3. History of Cleveland - Wikipedia

    The written history of Cleveland began with the city's founding by General Moses Cleaveland of the Connecticut Land Company on July 22, 1796. Its central location on the southern shore of Lake Erie and the mouth of the Cuyahoga River allowed it to become a major center for Great Lakes trade in northern Ohio in the early 19th century.

  4. Cleveland-Cliffs - Wikipedia

    Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. ( CCI, formerly Cliffs Natural Resources) is an American steel manufacturer based in Cleveland, Ohio. They specialize in the mining, beneficiation, and pelletizing of iron ore, as well as steelmaking, including stamping and tooling. The company was the world's 25th-largest steel producer and the third-largest in the United ...

  5. Timeline of Cleveland - Wikipedia

    19th century. 1800 – Trumbull County created, encompassing Cleveland. 1803 – Ohio becomes the 17th State admitted to the Union. 1805 – Geauga County created, encompassing Cleveland. 1808 – Lorenzo Carter builds the Zephyr, the first ship to be launched in Cleveland. 1810 – Cuyahoga County organized; Cleveland selected as county seat.

  6. Cleveland - Wikipedia Cleveland, [a] officially the City of Cleveland, [9] is a city in the U.S. state of Ohio and the county seat of Cuyahoga County. [10] Located in Northeast Ohio along the southern shore of Lake Erie, it is situated across the U.S. maritime border with Canada and lies approximately 60 miles (97 km) west of Pennsylvania.

  7. Cleveland in the American Civil War - Wikipedia

    Cleveland, Ohio, was an important Northern city during the American Civil War. It provided thousands of troops to the Union Army, as well as millions of dollars in supplies, equipment, food, and support to the soldiers. [1] The city was also an important national center for the abolitionist movement. [2]

  8. History of Ohio - Wikipedia

    The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History (1987), also online; Van Tassel, David D., and John J. Grabowski, eds. Cleveland: A Tradition of Reform (1986) Wheeler, Kenneth H. "Local Autonomy and Civil War Draft Resistance: Holmes County, Ohio" Civil War History, Vol. 45, 1999; Primary sources. Johnson, Tom L. My Story Kent State University Press, 1993

  9. The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History - Wikipedia

    0-253-31303-1. Website. case .edu /ech /. The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History is a historical reference work covering Greater Cleveland and the Northeast Ohio community. It was the first modern study of an American city published in encyclopedia format. [1] It had two print editions (1987 and 1996) before moving online, becoming the first ...