Interview With Senator George Voinovich, Cleveland Mayor from 1980 thru 1989 (video)

Senator George Voinovich was Mayor of Cleveland from 1980-1989, Ohio Governor from 1991-1998, and a U.S. Senator from 1999-2011. He was interviewed by Brent Larkin for Teaching Cleveland Digital on Nov 12, 2013. Cameras by Jerry Mann and Meagan Lawton, Edited by Jerry Mann. © 2013 Jerry Mann and Teaching Cleveland Digital. The first segment … Continue reading “Interview With Senator George Voinovich, Cleveland Mayor from 1980 thru 1989 (video)”

Cleveland in the 1980s – Mike Roberts

Michael D. Roberts was a reporter for The Plain Dealer in the 1960s and covered many of the events in that decade including the Vietnam War. He later edited Cleveland Magazine for 17 years.  Cleveland in the 1980s The .pdf of this article is here             While the 1980s gave promise … Continue reading “Cleveland in the 1980s – Mike Roberts”

Theater in Cleveland (through the 1980s)

From the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History The link is here THEATER. In a frontier situation, where the settlers must be self-sufficient, entertainment is usually a home-grown product. So it was in the village of Cleveland early in the 19th century, when amateur theater manifested itself. Playreadings and amateur performances, mostly in the schools, appear in … Continue reading “Theater in Cleveland (through the 1980s)”

Cuyahoga County Government History Through 1980s

From the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History The link is here CUYAHOGA COUNTY GOVERNMENT. On 16 July 1810, the General Assembly of Ohio approved an act calling for the organization of the county of Cuyahoga. The state constitution had established that the general assembly would provide, by general law, for the government of all Ohio counties … Continue reading “Cuyahoga County Government History Through 1980s”

Politics through the 1980s

From the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History The link is here POLITICS. For most of its history, Cleveland has been governed much like other American cities. A mayor elected at large and a council chosen by wards have usually constituted the formal instruments of administration and legislation, while a multiplicity of private groups have sought to … Continue reading “Politics through the 1980s”

Cleveland History Self Study: A 5 Week Syllabus of Recommended Essays

Cleveland Stories: An Informal Look at the City’s Past A 5 Week essay-based syllabus suggested by Dr. Marian Morton, professor emerita at John Carroll University with expertise in Cleveland area history. Overview: A discussion of some of Cleveland’s most interesting and important people, places, and eventsObjective: To link the city’s past with its present policies, politics, and … Continue reading “Cleveland History Self Study: A 5 Week Syllabus of Recommended Essays”

What’s New on Teaching Cleveland Digital

The Election for Mayor: A discussion about the future of Cleveland, a forum moderated by Leila Atassi, Plain Dealer Aug 29, 2017 (Video) “Shaker Square: Its past, present and future” forum moderated by Steven Litt, Plain Dealer July 25, 2017 (Video) Cleveland Day (July 22) Jean Murrell Capers (1913-2017) Local Public Policy Issue Forums 2015-2017 … Continue reading “What’s New on Teaching Cleveland Digital”

Teaching Cleveland Welcome Page

Teaching Cleveland Welcome Page Welcome to Teaching Cleveland Digital phase 2 Here is the original site Unfortunately it was an old platform and the time had come to move on Also unfortunately all of our links from google are lost too. But the search function works pretty well. So just enter the topic you want … Continue reading “Teaching Cleveland Welcome Page”