Irish Americans and Their Communities of Cleveland
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The history of Cleveland is intimately connected with the settlement of the Irish immigrants. Their struggle for survival in the early days, their social, political and economic upward movement as well as their impact on the growth of Cleveland is vividly portrayed in this monograph by two distinguished Clevelanders. Original publication date 1978.
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Callahan, Nelson J. and Hickey, William F., "Irish Americans and Their Communities of Cleveland" (2010). Cleveland Memory. 43.
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