Along the Cuyahoga Audio Program from WCPN

Originally broadcast in 1996 for the Cleveland Bicentennial, this hour-long documentary looks back on the earliest days of Cleveland and life along the Cuyahoga River. For a period of 10 years, the Cuyahoga River was the Northwest boundary of the United States, with the land east of the river being U.S. territory and the land west of the Cuyahoga still belonging to the Native Americans. This program examines the lives and relationships among the early settlers of Cleveland like Lorenzo Carter and Hanna Huntington, to the Indians of the Cuyahoga River Valley like Stigwanish and O’Mic.

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