In addition to being one of the Great Migration cities, Chicago was also known as a center for transportation, architecture, financial markets, and innovation. Celebrated for its unique literary character, but also reviled for failing to protect its vulnerable citizens and a tendency towards corruption, the city has always been a mix of high and low. Join Edgewater Branch for a discussion on the city’s influence on U.S. history by reading Thomas Dyja's The Third Coast. This title will be available at the Circulation Desk or can be sent to other branches for pick-up. This program is a partnership with the Edgewater Historical Society.
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