The Cleveland Agreement was the first major declaration of cooperation between Czechs and Slovaks in the US to support an independent Czechoslovakian State.
The agreement was approved at the conference of the Slovak League of America and the Czech National Association on the days 22nd and 23rd October, 1915 in Cleveland. It formed the basis for the Pittsburgh Agreement of 1918.
Cleveland Czechs and Slovaks began plotting a unified and independent state in Europe, meeting at the Bohemian National Hall on Broadway a century ago. The Bohemian National Home is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Bohemian National Hall 4939 Broadway Ave. Cleveland