Just before the turn of the 19th century, surveyors of the Connecticut Land company laid out the state’s Western Reserve into townships, with a capital city named after its leader, General Moses Cleaveland. Today, with the Browns, the Cavs, and the Indians; the Flats, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the West Side Market; The Plain Dealer, Key Tower, and NASA's Glenn Research Center, AND NOW, THE LARRY O’BRIEN NBA CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY—Cleveland is the city.
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