- Issue 1
- Issue 2
- Issue 3
- Issue 4
The Case of Rosa O'Malia. This inaugural issue investigates the murder of Irish immigrant Rosa O'Malia in Irishtown, Cleveland, Ohio, in 1859. You can explore the coroner's report, testimony of witnesses, and the verdict, contemplate interpretations of this case from various perspectives, and read three essays setting the scene and the nature of the sources. Based on the evidence presented, what verdict would you have rendered?
Ohio City. This issue focuses on Ohio City, with a general overview of the early history of Ohio City and essays on Franklin Circle, the Flats, and Detroit Street in 1920, as well as essays on the development of the Polish community in Cleveland and other topics.
This issue contains several articles on Cleveland's social history during the early years of the twentieth-century, an article on "The Little Steel Strike of 1937," and two essays that explore the Black History Archives of the Western Reserve Historical Society and the use of maps in studying the history of Cleveland.
Issue 4 offers a prize-winning electronic exploration of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens.