Chicago is frequently thought of as an immigrant hub in the popular imagination. While it certainly continues to see new arrivals from distant and not-so-distant lands, some groups have been more welcome than others. In this talk, history and urbanologist Max Grinnell will look at how New Englanders, Germans, Irish, and African Americans became a part of this rapidly growing metropolis.
This talk is presented by urbanologist and Chicago history expert Max Grinnell.
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