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Destin Lasco Breaks National Public High School Record in 400m Free
Anne Tavierne of Rosary High School and St. Charles Swim Team in Illinois has announced her verbal commitmen ... New Jersey, has broken the National Public High School Record in the 400 short course meters freestyle while racing at his team’s first ...
Everything you didn't know about Chicago food history captured in new book
(University of Illinois Press) Nick Kindelsperger Contact ReporterChicago ... While giving details on the impressive number of jobs provided by the Union Stock Yards (45,000 in 1919), the book also chronicles the violent labor disputes and devastating ...
Then and now: Chicago's lost sports venues
Then: Located next to the Union Stock Yards ... four National League pennants (1906-08, 1910) and the World Series in 1907 and '08. The ballpark also hosted the 1906 Series between the Cubs and White Sox, which the Sox won. Now: University of Illinois ...
Moline, RI among Illinois cities that boomed after Civil War
Though Chicago dominated many economic sectors, other cities in Illinois surged in the post ... which was settled as “Illinoistown,” became a national leader in meatpacking with the founding of the National Stock Yards in 1871. As elsewhere, railroads ...
Voice of the People, Mar. 01
This story about the Union Stock Yards and the impact on Chicago and the world was especially poignant and meaningful given how difficult things are right now for today's working families. As president of the Illinois Labor History Society, I am especially ...