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Hungarian Americans and Their Communities of Cleveland
by Susan M. Papp
with an Introduction by Joe Esterhas

Cleveland was at one time the city with the second largest population of Hungarians in the world (after Budapest). This history of the Cleveland Hungarian community outlines within a historical context how and why Cleveland became such a large Hungarian center and the nature of the ethnocultural community which existed and still exists. This study is the first comprehensive history of this community in Cleveland.

This edition contains the complete text as found in the 1981 print edition from the Cleveland Ethnic Heritage Studies series by Cleveland State University, along with some enhancements developed to aid in navigating this site.


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