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The Overlook of Cleveland and Cleveland Heights

Marian J. Morton - Photography - 2010 - 128 pages
Railroad tycoon turned real estate developer Patrick Calhoun named the premier residential boulevard of his Euclid Heights allotment the Overlook because of its location high ...
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Cleveland Heights

Marian J. Morton - History - 2005 - 128 pages
During its more than a century as a Cleveland suburb, Cleveland Heights has been shaped by the natural topography, technology, enterprising developers, elected officials, and ...
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And Sin No More: Social Policy and Unwed Mothers in Cleveland, 1855-1990

Marian J. Morton - Cleveland (Ohio) - 1993 - 183 pages
"In this compelling study, Marian Morton traces the development of public and private health-care policies for single mothers and identifies the ways in which attitudes about ...
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Cleveland Heights Congregations

Marian J. Morton - History - 2009 - 127 pages
Since the last quarter of the 19th century, dozens of religious congregations have made their homes in Cleveland Heights. They have been Presbyterian, United Methodist ...
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John Carroll University

Marian J. Morton - History - 2013 - 127 pages
In September 1886, St. Ignatius College opened in a working-class neighborhood on Cleveland's Near West Side. The one classroom building was unpretentious, its mostly Irish and ...
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Emma Goldman and the American left: "Nowhere at home"

Marian J. Morton, Emma Goldman - Biography & Autobiography - 1992 - 183 pages
Emma Goldman (1869-1940), anarchist, feminist, and social reformer, continues to fascinate to this day, both because of her pioneering activism and the force of her remarkable ...
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Cleveland's Little Italy

Sandy Mitchell - History - 2008 - 127 pages
Developed in the late 19th century, Cleveland√'s Little Italy neighborhood, on the city√'s east side, was peopled with Italian artisans and craftsmen, many of whom were drawn ...
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