The Little Known Cleveland Battle That Pitted Eastsiders And Westsiders Against Each Other

Ohio has done a superb job of documenting its history; however, as the site of such growth and change over the years, some remarkable stories have been lost to time. In each city is a hidden history, but Cleveland in particular hosts many secrets. One happening that has been practically erased from public memory centers around the Cuyahoga River, and not in the way that its infamy may suggest.

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Cleveland has a secret history that is absolutely fascinating to uncover. Do you know of a little-known historical event in The Land? Comment below to share your knowledge!

For more local history, check out the disastrous explosion of 1944 of the unforgettable fire of `1929.