Euclid is located in the northeastern part of the state of Ohio and a city in Cuyahoga County that sits on Lake Erie and is in the northeast part of Cleveland. The area where the present-day Euclid stands were settled in 1797 and were named after the Greek mathematician by the surveyors who and an agent of the Connecticut Land Company that arrived in the area. The site has remained mostly rural, and its economy has relied dramatically on grapes until after the 1940s at the height of the rapid industrial and urban growth. The city’s manufacture includes the assembly-line equipment, metal fasteners, electrical and welding equipment, and the earthmovers.
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