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Ohioconstituent state of the United States of America, on the northeastern edge of the Midwest region. Lake Erie lies on the north, Pennsylvania on the east, West Virginia and Kentucky on the southeast and south, Indiana on the west, and Michigan on the northwest. Ohio ranks 34th in terms of total area among the 50 statesand it is one of the smallest states west of the Appalachian Mountains. The state ranks near the top, however, in population. The first state to be carved from the Northwest TerritoryOhio became the 17th member of the union on March 1,
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Cleveland is a city of paradoxes. It is a sprawling metropolis and a small town. It is a city that pioneered in social reforms of all kinds, and yet it is a bastion of conservatism.
Founded and developed by a small group of Protestants from the New England and Middle Atlantic states, it is peopled by members of over 50 ethnic groups representing every part of the world and many of the world's religions Before s s s s. Cleveland population, 5th largest city in nation. Cuyahoga County population, Cleveland Indians win the World Series. Cleveland Museum of Natural History established.
League of Women Voters founded 26 April. Gates Mills Village incorporated. Highland Heights Village incorporated. Cleveland Institute of Music Founded. Cleveland named an All-America City for fourth time.
Cleveland selected as site for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Balloonfest '86 is held on 27 Sept. Anthony Sowell convicted of murdering eleven women. Construction begins on downtown medical mart. Cleveland hosts the Ninth Gay Games. Go to case. Encyclopedia of Cleveland History. Home Timeline.
Timeline Cleveland is a city of paradoxes. Year Event Moses Cleaveland and survey party arrive 22 July.
First white baby born to Tabitha Stiles. Lorenzo Carterprominent early settler, arrives.
David and Gilman Bryant open the community's first distillery. Trumbull County created, with Cleveland located in that county. Mail service extended to Cleveland. Indian claims are cleared to the lands west of the Cuyahoga River. Geauga County created, with Cleveland located in that county.
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Samuel Huntington elected governor of Ohio. Euclid Township created. Cuyahoga County organized; Cleveland selected as county seat. David Longthe community's first doctor, arrives. Cleveland's first courthouse completed. Lorenzo Carter dies. Newburgh Township created. Euclid Avenue laid out.
Trinity Episcopal Parish organized. First divorce in the community granted. Royalton Township created. First Presbyterian Church Old Stone organized. The first theatrical performance held 23 May. A free bridge is opened across the Cuyahoga River. Federal funds received for river improvement. Mary' s, the community's first Catholic church, is organized.
Land is purchased for Erie Street Cemetery. Cuyahoga Steam Furnace Co. First lighthouse begins operation. First temperance society, Cuyahoga County Temperance Societyorganized. John's African Methodist Episcopal Church organized.
James A. Garfield born in Orange Township. A free school for blacks organized. Major cholera epidemic takes fifty lives. Dunham Tavern opens. John Willey elected first mayor of Cleveland. Josiah Barber elected first mayor of Ohio City.
Cleveland Grays organized. Bedford Village incorporated. Cuyahoga County Anti-Slavery Society organized. John's Episcopal Church completed in Ohio City. Ohio City population, Globe Theater opens. Village of Chagrin Falls incorporated.
Chagrin Falls Township created. Cleveland Academy of Natural Science established. Germaniathe community's first German language newspaper, published. Central High School established 13 July. The city's most notable hotel, the Weddell Houseopens 25 June. First telegraph line--from Cleveland to Pittsburgh--completed. John Cathedral laid 22 October. Board of Tradeforerunner of the Growth Associationestablished.
Cleveland Library Association chartered. Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati Railroad runs first train in the city. First street light installed. Organized harness racing begins. Cleveland Ladies Temperance Union founded. Berea incorporated as a village. Cleveland Iron Mining Co. Cleveland, Columbus, and Cincinnati Railroad completed.
The Cleveland Theater opens. First formal opera, Lucia di Lammermoor, performed 25 July. Cleveland Leader begins publication 16 March. Baldwin University founded in Berea. Village of Olmsted Falls incorporated. Public Square enclosed by fences. Cleveland Bank Clearinghouse established. Horsecar service inaugurated. Perry Monument on Public Square dedicated 10 September. Typographical Workers Union, Local 53 Cleveland's oldest existing trade union in receives its charter. Abraham Lincoln visits Cleveland 15 February. First home delivery of mail takes place in Cleveland 1 July.
Cleveland Republican John Brough elected governor of Ohio. Charity Hospital opens. Forest City amateur baseball club established.