Cleaveland was not much of a change. La Petit Roche and La Nouvelle Orleans were s.imply translations from French.Lots of places did better with new names
Well I think we caught a map maker making a goof. St. Louis was always St. Louis (1764). Cahokia was founded (1699) before St. Louis on the East side of the Mississippi and is still there.
Good eye, Mike!
Was Birmingham once known as Elyton?
I much prefer today's "Pittsburgh" to the older "Pittsborough," which is the pitts.