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The Cherokee Chieftain, carved from a tree along Parker Street by widely-acclaimed sculptor Peter Wolf Toth, was presented to the city of Cleveland, Tennessee as a gift in 1974. The Chieftain is one of the focal points of downtown Cleveland and stands as a proud reminder of the region's significant Cherokee Indian heritage. The Chieftain may be seen on the grounds of the Museum Center at 5ive Points on Inman Street.

Custard's last stand: 20 of Cleveland's best old-timey ice cream stands (photos)

Custard's last stand: 20 of Cleveland's best old-timey ice cream stands (photos) | cleveland.com

Progressive Field

Hot Dog Race at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio during final Indians game of 2012