Crossings: Crooked River Conversation on Culture and Immigration

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Presented by Cleveland Humanities Festival at The Magalen, Cleveland OH

Mar 22
Crossings: Crooked River Conversation on Culture and Immigration

This event is part of the 2019 Cleveland Humanities Festival: Nature.

On July 22, 1796, Moses Cleaveland sailed from Lake Erie into the Cuyahoga River and founded a settlement that would bear his name. In the decades that followed others would come by water as migrants or immigrants to Cleveland. The community’s location on the lake at the mouth of the river was its raison’d etre, not only accessible to new arrivals, but a critical catalyst in its economic growth throughout the 19th and

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The Magalen

5203 Fleet Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44105

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