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Welcome to Clark_Fulton

Clark-Fulton was first settled by German immigrants in the 1850s then followed by large populations of Czechs, Italians, Slovaks and Poles attacked to the area to work in nearby industries in the Flats as well as the breweries that developed along Train avenue. Today the neighborhood remains culturally diverse with a significant Hispanic/Latino, African American, Asian and Middle Eastern residential population. Among Clark-Fulton's most visible landmarks are St. Procop's Church, St. Rocco's Parish, MetroHealth Medical Center and The Jones Homes for Children.

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