The Cleveland Memory Project is a searchable collection of digital resources focusing on the history of greater Cleveland and Northeast Ohio, created in collaboration with many regional partners.
The eBooks listed here are also available via Cleveland Memory's “virtual reading room.” Many of the original texts for these eBooks may be found in Special Collections at the Michael Schwartz Library, Cleveland State University, while a few exist only in digital format.
Daniel E. Weinberg 2020
The essays compiled here examine ethnicity from many perspectives. The authors explore it conceptually--with periodic disagreement-and attempt to come to terms with its impact on American society. They serve as an introduction to this exciting and complex influence on... (read more)
Charles Whittlesey 2015
Includes original papers and other matter relating to adjacent country with biographical notices of the pioneers and surveyors. The Early History of Cleveland, published in 1867, includes journal entries from the early survey parties that surveyed the Western Reserve.... (read more)
Regennia N. Williams 2002
Featuring over 200 striking photographs from the 1920s through 1980, Black America: Cleveland, Ohio celebrates the rich history of this great city's African-American community. Its neighborhoods, churches, civil, religious, business and cultural leaders, musical icons, and sports heroes are... (read more)