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Chicago Timeline: 1803 Fort Dearborn is established
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Selective list of materials available at Chicago Public Library. Eight years after the Treaty of Greenville, the United States took up the claim to the land at the mouth of the Chicago River by building this fort. Named after then Secretary of War, Henry Dearborn. In 1805, Chicago became a center of Indian-United States relations when an Agency House and trading post (factory) were built.
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Chicago and the Old Northwest, 1673-1835 Chicago and the Old Northwest, 1673-1835
A Study of the Evolution of the Northwestern Frontier, Together With A History of Fort Dearborn
Paperback - 2001
University of Illinois Press
F548.4.Q2 2001
Chicago's Highways, Old and New Chicago's Highways, Old and New
From Indian Trail to Motor Road
Book - 1923
D. F. Keller
F548.4.Q22
Discovery and Conquests of the North-west, With the History of Chicago Discovery and Conquests of the North-west, With the History of Chicago Book - 1898-1900
R. Blanchard and Co.
F479.B63
Rising up From Indian Country Rising up From Indian Country
The Battle of Fort Dearborn and the Birth of Chicago
Book - 2012
The University of Chicago Press
The Story of Old Fort Dearborn The Story of Old Fort Dearborn Book - 1912
A.C. McClurg
F548.4.C97 1912
American State Papers American State Papers
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/amlaw/lwsp.html
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