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Cleveland is also home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Residents are known as "Clevelanders". Cleveland has many nicknames, the oldest of which in contemporary use being "The Forest City". The name reflects Cleveland's history as a forested area; it was used by Moses Cleaveland in 1796 when he laid out his plan for what would become downtown Cleveland. During this period, the city was also referred to informally as "the Cleve" (in reference to its location on Lake Erie) or more rarely called ""The Forest City"", in reference to its heavily wooded landscape that was cleared during the mid-19th century by developers who wanted homes and businesses built there. In 1833, members of an early settlers' association named it after their leader General Moses Cleaveland . However, spelling variations have been frequent since then: , , etc., although one newspaper article from 1900 states that "'Cleaveland' will be henceforth [after April 15] spelled 'Cloveland.