CULTURAL AREAS IN THE CITY OF CLEVELAND.

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      The analysis of the population of Cleveland and the four largest adjacent cities- Lakewood, Cleveland Heights, East Cleveland, and Shaker Heights-by 252 census tracts shows that certain census tracts are very largely inhabited by people born in Poland or those whose parents are born in Poland, and that other census tracts are influenced similarly by those of other countries, by native white of native parentage, or by Negroes. Each group of census tracts with a specific characteristic has been analyzed, and the outstanding points of similarity and differences discussed. That which characterizes the Negro area is quite different from that which characterizes the Polish area or the native-white-of-native-parentage area. The peoples of each area show their own peculiarities. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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