|Statement||[compiled] Rod Sellers and Dominic A. Pacyga.|
|Series||Images of America|
|Contributions||Sellers, Rod., Pacyga, Dominic A.|
|LC Classifications||F548.37 .S47 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||98087775|
Chicago's Southeast Side displays many rare and interesting pictures that capture the spirit of the community when the steel industry was a vibrant force. Although annexed in by the city of Chicago, the community has maintained its own identity through the years. In an attempt to remain connected to their homelands, many immigrants Brand: ArcadiaPublishing. Southeast Shore (South Chicago, South Deering, East Side, Hegewisch) is a once prosperous industrial region around the mouth of the Calumet River ("The Port of Chicago") that imploded along with Chicago's steel industry. Today it is one of the least populous areas of Chicago and ranges from industrial to failed-post-industrial in character. The East Side is the most urban . East Side of Chicago members. If you were from the East Side join this group. If you want to provide some information about what is going on. Chicago's Southeast Side Revisited (Paperback): Sellers, Rod: One of the phrases that has been used to describe Chicago's Southeast Side is smokestacks and steeples. The community initially developed because of the steel industry, but it has been affected by the decline of the American steel industry in recent years. Today, the people of South Chicago, South Deering, .
Author Rod Sellers was born in South Chicago, grew up on the East Side, and has spent his professional career teaching in high schools of the community. Chicago's Southeast Side Revisited again taps into the wonderful photographs from the collections of the Southeast Historical : Rod Sellers. One of the phrases that has been used to describe Chicago's Southeast Side is "smokestacks and steeples." The community initially developed because of the steel industry, but it has been affected by the decline of the American steel industry in recent years. Today, the people of South Chicago, South Deering, the East Side, and Hegewisch look to the future. Chicago’s Southeast Side Industrial History Introduction The Calumet River, “Chicago’s Other River”, was the drawing card for Southeast Side post Civil War industrial developmen t and population explos ion. Prior to that time the river had been used by Native Americans Transportatiobeen used by Native Size: 2MB. Chicago's Southeast Side book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. One of the phrases that has been used to describe Chicagoís /5.
Steel and the steel industry are the backbone of Chicago's southeast side, an often overlooked neighborhood with a rich ethnic heritage. Bolstered by the prosperous steel industry, the community attracted numerous, strong-willed people with a Author: Rod Sellers. Steel and the steel industry are the backbone of Chicago's southeast side, an often overlooked neighborhood with a rich ethnic heritage. Bolstered by the prosperous steel industry, the community attracted numerous, strong-willed people with a desire to work from distinct cultural backgrounds. In recent years, the vitality of the steel industry 5/5(1). COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . The Southeast side of Chicago officially begins East of State Street going southwards. It extends south and east to the city limits, generally keeping between Lake Michigan and Lake Calumet. Politically, the Southeast side is contiguous with the 10th Ward. There are many neighborhoods within the boundaries of the Southeast side, including Windsor Park, Calumet, Hyde Park, Recognized by the City of Chicago: Albany .