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Women in Cleveland

Women in Cleveland Author Marian J. Morton
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105018271069
Release 1995
Pages 245
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Over 200 fascinating historical photographs and a lively text chronicle the changing roles of women and their contributions to the life of the city of Cleveland from pioneer times to the present.

Women of Cleveland and Their Work Philanthropic Educational Literary Medical and Artistic

Women of Cleveland and Their Work  Philanthropic  Educational  Literary  Medical and Artistic Author Mrs. W. An. Ingham
ISBN-10 065606515X
Release 2018-02-08
Pages 366
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Excerpt from Women of Cleveland and Their Work, Philanthropic, Educational, Literary, Medical and Artistic: A History, in Which More Than One Thousand People of Cleveland's Past and Present Are Mentioned as Participants It is not yet one hundred years Since our large and prosperous city was begun. When our fair historian commenced her work, it was not too late to learn from original settlers, by only one remove, of earliest Cleveland, and to learn very directly of its noble women, of true and best New England mould, with its educational and missionary spirit and active intellect; women who laid here broader and nobler foundations than the exploits so gener ally registered - the felling of forests, the tilling of new soil, occasional hunger, the killing of bears or perchance an Indian murder. The work of these noble women lives; lives in the continuation of the same work, in stimulating others in lines educational, moral Or religious, and we need hardly say in temporal prosperity. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.


Incest Author Dianne Cleveland
ISBN-10 0669127264
Release 1986
Pages 112
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Incest has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Incest also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Incest book for free.

Nobody s Women

Nobody s Women Author Steve Miller
ISBN-10 9781101611463
Release 2012-10-02
Pages 304
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On a Thursday evening in late October 2009, Cleveland Police detectives arrived at the home of Anthony Sowell—an ex-Marine and a registered sex offender—to arrest him on week-old rape charges. But this was no ordinary house, nor would it be a routine arrest. For even though Sowell was not at home, officers knew immediately something was horribly wrong. After initially finding two rotting corpses inside the home, their investigation would lead them to discover the bodies of eleven women. This is the shocking true account of Sowell’s legacy of depravity and cold-blooded murder. His mannered and well-spoken veneer masked a monster who felt no mercy for those he butchered. His twisted existence spent among the decaying bodies of his victims. And how he picked his victims from the fringes of society—lost souls with criminal records or drug habits that would make them less likely to arouse alarm if they simply disappeared. But that didn’t mean they wouldn’t be avenged… INCLUDES PHOTOGRAPHS

A Touch of Cleveland History

A Touch of Cleveland History Author Bob Rich
ISBN-10 9781938441332
Release 2013-02-28
Pages 174
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These 57 short stories are an entertaining introduction to the history of Cleveland, Ohio, for natives or newcomers. They highlight exceptional people and notable events from log cabin days to the mighty industrial era, and cover subjects from sports to fashion to crime. For any Clevelander who wants to know a little more about the old hometown.

Measure of Success A

Measure of Success  A Author Michael J. McTighe
ISBN-10 9781438412689
Pages 283
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This book examines the role Protestants played in the formation of the public culture of antebellum Cleveland, a developing commercial city typical of many cities throughout the Midwest. The author analyzes the extent to which, and the way in which, Protestants were able to exercise power in the city, concluding that they achieved a measure of success during the years 1836 to 1860, after which their power began to erode. As a framework for this analysis, he develops a methodology for measuring the success, or influence, of religion in a particular society. By focusing on the public culture, this book encompasses both the formal and informal uses of power and the public, quasi-public, and private activities of Protestants. This allows for a discussion of a broader spectrum of culture-shaping activity than is usually included in studies of religion and society, including an examination of contests within the Protestant community over identity and commitments and attitudes toward economic development, benevolent work, temperance agitation, antislavery campaigns, participation in civic rituals, and the social bases of Protestant influence.

Rose Elizabeth Cleveland First Lady and Literary Scholar

Rose Elizabeth Cleveland  First Lady and Literary Scholar Author S. Salenius
ISBN-10 9781137452887
Release 2014-05-25
Pages 96
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Rose Elizabeth Cleveland was the First Lady of the United States when she assisted her brother, Grover Cleveland. She was also a literary scholar, novelist, and a poet who published work that empowered women. This book positions Cleveland in the historical context of the early twentieth century, when she helped shape female subjectivity and agency.

Women Behaving Badly

Women Behaving Badly Author John Stark Bellamy, II
ISBN-10 9781598510003
Release 2005
Pages 255
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Women who murder . . . why are they so much more fascinating than their male counterparts? For evidence, dip into any of the sixteen strange-but-true tales collected in this anthology by Cleveland’s leading historical crime writer. You’ll meet: • Ill-fated Catherine Manz, the “Bad Cinderella” who poisoned her step-sister in revenge for years of mistreatment, then made her getaway wearing her victim’s most fetching outfit, a red dress and an enormous feathered hat . . . • Velma West, the big-city girl who scandalized rural Lake County in the 1920s with her “unnatural passions”—and ended her marriage-made-in-hell with a swift hammer’s blow to the skull of her dull husband, Eddie . . . • Eva Kaber, “Lakewood’s Lady Borgia,” who, along with her mother and daughter, conspired to dispose of an inconvenient husband with arsenic and knife-wielding hired killers . . . • Martha Wise, Medina’s not-so-merry widow, who poisoned a dozen relatives—including her husband, mother, and brother—because she enjoyed going to funerals . . . And a cast of other, equally fascinating women who behaved very, very badly. This is wickedly entertaining reading!

Frances Clara Folsom Cleveland

Frances Clara Folsom Cleveland Author Stephen F. Robar
ISBN-10 1594541507
Release 2004
Pages 99
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This bibliography gleans a comprehensive study of the late 19th century woman through both her status as an unsolicited political figure and her social contributions. Between both tenures of her husband's Presidency to her re-marriage and ardent involvement in the National Security League and Needlework Guild, Frances Cleveland transformed the persona of how the modern woman was viewed for the following century. Particular detail is given as to how she transformed the White House and socio-political landscape of her time with a forethought toward the future.

Who Killed Cleveland Ohio

Who Killed     Cleveland  Ohio Author Jack Swint
ISBN-10 9781600080302
Release 2007-03-01
Pages 133
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Who Killed…? depicts fifteen of Cleveland's most notorious, heinous, and mysterious unsolved murders. Through laborious research and interviews with investigators and families of the victims, Jack Swint has laid out particulars of these unsolved crimes.These chapter-length sketches provide a glimpse into fifteen mysterious murders: from the frustrations of law enforcement officials, to grieving family members, to the coping of local communities trying to make sense of the random acts of madness. As a whole, Who Killed…? reveals the dark underbelly of a city still struggling to diffuse the rage and brutality that so many of its inhabitants possess.

Women Swindlers in America 1860 1920

Women Swindlers in America  1860 1920 Author Kerry Segrave
ISBN-10 9780786430390
Release 2007-03-27
Pages 244
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Although female lawbreakers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries were rarely considered dangerous criminals, there are many records of women participating in non-violent crimes including shoplifting, prostitution, and fraud. This work studies frauds and swindles perpetrated by women during that era, and offers character studies of several key female swindlers including Ann O'Delia Diss Debar, Mabel Parker, and Sarah Casselman, among others. Frauds covered include spiritually-based crimes (i.e. deceptive seances, "spirit writing") and love crimes (i.e. matrimonial racketeering), as well as "sob story" panhandling, counterfeiting, faking wealth, and pension fraud.


Hope Author Amanda Berry
ISBN-10 9780698178953
Release 2015-04-27
Pages 320
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The #1 New York Times Bestseller A bestselling book that is inspiring the nation: “We have written here about terrible things that we never wanted to think about again . . . Now we want the world to know: we survived, we are free, we love life.” Two women kidnapped by infamous Cleveland school-bus driver Ariel Castro share the stories of their abductions, captivity, and dramatic escape On May 6, 2013, Amanda Berry made headlines around the world when she fled a Cleveland home and called 911, saying: “Help me, I’m Amanda Berry. . . . I’ve been kidnapped, and I’ve been missing for ten years.” A horrifying story rapidly unfolded. Ariel Castro, a local school bus driver, had separately lured Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight to his home, where he kept them chained. In the decade that followed, the three were raped, psychologically abused, and threatened with death. Berry had a daughter—Jocelyn—by their captor. Drawing upon their recollections and the diary kept by Amanda Berry, Berry and Gina DeJesus describe a tale of unimaginable torment, and Pulitzer Prize–winning Washington Post reporters Mary Jordan and Kevin Sullivan interweave the events within Castro’s house with original reporting on efforts to find the missing girls. The full story behind the headlines—including details never previously released on Castro’s life and motivations—Hope is a harrowing yet inspiring chronicle of two women whose courage, ingenuity, and resourcefulness ultimately delivered them back to their lives and families. From the Hardcover edition.

The Cleveland Clinic Cardiology Board Review

The Cleveland Clinic Cardiology Board Review Author Brian P. Griffin
ISBN-10 9781451177404
Release 2012-10-22
Pages 952
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The Cleveland Clinic Cardiology Board Review, 2nd Edition continues to offer thorough preparation for board certification and recertification exams in cardiology. It is written by distinguished clinicians from the Cleveland Clinic Foundation's Department of Cardiovascular Medicine and based on the Cleveland Clinic Foundation's popular annual Intensive Review of Cardiology course. The book provides a comprehensive, state-of-the-art review of every area of contemporary cardiovascular medicine. Emphasis is on board relevant clinical material and accurate real-world clinical decision making. More than 500 illustrations and numerous tables facilitate quick review. Board-format questions with answers and explanations appear at the end of each chapter. Plus, with this edition you have access to an online companion website with fully searchable text and a question bank for access to the content anytime, anywhere.

Women Music Educators in the United States

Women Music Educators in the United States Author Sondra Wieland Howe
ISBN-10 9780810888487
Release 2013-11-07
Pages 380
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Although women have been teaching and performing music for centuries, their stories are often missing from traditional accounts of the history of music education. In Women Music Educators in the United States: A History, Sondra Wieland Howe provides a comprehensive narrative of women teaching music in the United States from colonial days until the end of the twentieth century. Defining music education broadly to include home, community, and institutional settings, Howe draws on sources from musicology, the history of education, and social history to offer a new perspective on the topic.

Cleveland TV Tales

Cleveland TV Tales Author Mike Olszewski
ISBN-10 9781938441578
Release 2014
Pages 187
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These 57 short stories are an entertaining introduction to the history of Cleveland, Ohio, for natives or newcomers. They highlight exceptional people and notable events from log cabin days to the mighty industrial era, and cover subjects from sports to fashion to crime. For any Clevelander who wants to know a little more about the old hometown.

Grover Cleveland

Grover Cleveland Author Rita J. Markel
ISBN-10 082251494X
Release 2006-02-01
Pages 112
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Presents the life and political career of the twenty-second president of the United States, who was the first person to have served two nonconsecutive terms and the only one to get married in the White House.

Rockefeller s Cleveland

Rockefeller s Cleveland Author Sharon E. Gregor
ISBN-10 9781439639368
Release 2010-01-18
Pages 128
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John D. Rockefeller arrived in Cleveland in 1853 a boy of 14 and spent six decades in his adopted hometown. With the Standard Oil Company's incorporation in 1870, Rockefeller became the city's most well-known industrialist and, from 1885 to 1917, its foremost summer resident at his Forest Hill estate. Here he raised his children, laid the foundation of a financial and industrial empire, and established a commitment to charitable giving. At the end of the Civil War, Cleveland was a crucible from which would be cast the fortunes of many. None were greater than Rockefeller's. Rockefeller's Cleveland captures the visual panorama of a dynamic city that literally reinvented itself in the 1800s and in doing so emerged a major business and industrial center.