Published September 1, 2007 by University Of Chicago Press .
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For moAuthor: Brenda Smith. The first major history of Chicago ever written, A History of Chicago covers the citys great history over two centuries, from to Originally conceived as a centennial history of Chicago, the project became, under the guidance of renowned historian Bessie Louise Pierce, a definitive, three-volume set describing the citys growthfrom its humble frontier beginnings to4/5(4).
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This is a reasonable quality scan of Volume I of this important three volume series. This volume covers the history of Chicago from its origins to An invaluable resource about the institutions and personalities of the early city.5/5(2).
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This is a facsimile reproduction of Volume III of that work, and covers the post-Fire period from toa fascinating time that in many ways was the childhood of modern Chicago. The book itself is a treasure trove of information about that brash period: industries, government, infrastructure, parks, important citizens, etc., with plenty /5(2).
Powered by BiblioCommons. BiblioWeb: app01 Version Last updated /08/14 Back to Top. Short notes always follow the same format. Full notes and bibliography entries contain additional information if the book specifies an edition, translator or editor, and follow a specific format when citing an individual chapter in a book.
Note that book citations look slightly different in Chicago author-date style. In addition to listing the inhabitants and businesses of the young city, the slim volume includes a page historical sketch and 12 pages of Chicago statistics.
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