Hungarian Americans and Their Communities of Cleveland
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Cleveland was at one time the city with the second largest population of Hungarians in the world (after Budapest). This history of the Cleveland Hungarian community outlines within a historical context how and why Cleveland became such a large Hungarian center and the nature of the ethno-cultural community which existed and still exists. This study is the first comprehensive history of this community in Cleveland. Original publication date 1981.
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Papp, Susan M. and Eszterhás, Joe, "Hungarian Americans and Their Communities of Cleveland" (2010). Cleveland Memory. 12.
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