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Creating Chicagos North Shore by Michael H. Ebner

Creating Chicagos North Shore

Description : Looks at the development of eight suburbs of Chicago, describes the influence of the railroad, and explains how the communities have maintained separate identities

Subtitle : A Suburban History

Authors : Michael H. Ebner

Published Date : 1988-01

Publisher : University of Chicago Press

ISBN : 0226182053

Page : 338 Pages

Categories : Social Science

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Filesize: 6 MB

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