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Cleveland Heights: The Making of an Urban Suburb

Marian J. Morton - History - 2002 - 160 pages
Now a bustling city of more than 50,000 residents, Cleveland Heights, situated just six miles from Cleveland's Public Square, boasts a history that begins well before its own ...
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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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The Overlook of Cleveland and Cleveland Heights

Marian J. Morton - History - 2010 - 127 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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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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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: A Metropolitan Reader

William Dennis Keating, Norman Krumholz, David C. Perry - History - 1995 - 402 pages
An analysis of the political economy, social development and history of Cleveland from 1796 to the present. As one of the oldest communities in the United States, the author ...
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