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  1. Chicago Cubs (25972 bytes)
    2: ...' are a [[Major League Baseball]] team based in [[Chicago]]. They are in the Central Division of the [[Nat...
    5: ... club with young, inexperienced players. The ''[[Chicago Tribune]]'' tried to call the team the ''Spuds'' ...
    6: ...k:''' [[Wrigley Field]], 1060 W. Addison Street, Chicago, IL 60613-4397.
    18: ...s on the name and colors, and it happens that the Chicagos adopted white as their primary color. After a su...
    20: ... on the near south side of the city. The [[Great Chicago Fire]] destroyed the club's ballpark, uniforms an...
  2. Chicago White Sox (19057 bytes)
    3: ...' are a [[Major League Baseball]] team based in [[Chicago, Illinois]]. They are in the Central Division of...
    5: ... Moved to [[St. Paul, Minnesota]], then again to Chicago in 1900 when that league became the [[American Le...
    7: :''Home ballpark:'' [[U.S. Cellular Field]], Chicago. (This park, originally known as New Comiskey Pa...
    14: :''See also:'' [[List of Chicago White Sox people]]
    17: ...e status, the St. Paul franchise was relocated to Chicago, to compete directly with the [[National League]]...

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  1. History of China (45919 bytes)
    57: ...ent''. Shanghai and Hong Kong. Unchanged reprint. Chicago, Ares Publishers, 1975.
  2. List of people by name: Ai (1915 bytes)
    28: *[[Joseph Aiuppa|Aiuppa, Joseph]], (1907-1997), Chicago [[mafia]] boss
  3. Emma Goldman (12210 bytes)
    21: She was arrested in Chicago, with nine others, on [[September 10]], [[1901]],...
    41: ...tes, and she was buried in Waldheim Cemetery in [[Chicago]], close to where the [[Haymarket Riot]] martyrs ...
  4. Emma Abbott (633 bytes)
    2: ...States|American]] [[opera]] singer, was born in [[Chicago]] and studied in [[Milan]] and [[Paris]]. She ha...
  5. Mary Cassatt (9047 bytes)
    1: ...]]. ([[1893]]). Oil on canvas. [[Art Institute of Chicago]]. ]]
  6. Georgia O'Keeffe (2572 bytes)
    6: ...Keeffe studied painting at the [[Art Institute of Chicago]] and the [[Art Students League of New York|Art S...
  7. Mary Pickford (7523 bytes)
    30: ...Crane]] opens two other UA theatres this year, in Chicago and Detroit. The Los Angeles theatre is now know...
  8. Ayn Rand (18001 bytes)
    19: ...y-one. After a brief stay with her relatives in [[Chicago]], she resolved never to return to the [[Soviet U...
  9. Bessie Coleman (4340 bytes)
    6: ...er home town, so she moved to [[Chicago, Illinois|Chicago]] where she joined two of her brothers when she w...
    8: ...ceived financial backing from Binga, and from the Chicago Defender, who capitalized on her flamboyant perso...
    10: ...nch language]] class at the [[Berlitz]] school in Chicago, and then travelled to [[Paris, France|Paris]] on...
  10. Mae Jemison (5527 bytes)
    9: ...[[1956]], in [[Decatur, Alabama]] and raised in [[Chicago, Illinois]].
    11: She was educated in the Chicago public school system. At sixteen, she entered [[S...
    19: ...son Science and Space Museum, Wright Jr. College, Chicago, (dedicated 1992); Ebony's 50 Most Influential wo...
  11. Rosalind Franklin (9829 bytes)
    29: ...es/The Chicago Medical School, located in [[North Chicago, IL]], changed its name to Rosalind Franklin Univ...
  12. Maria Goeppert-Mayer (4176 bytes)
    5: ...projects. In [[1946]] she became a professor in [[Chicago]] at Sarah Lawrence College. Here she developed a...
    17: ... universities honour her too. The [[University of Chicago]] also presents an award each year to a young "ou...
  13. Mahalia Jackson (2345 bytes)
    1: ... singing in a [[Baptist]] church. She moved to [[Chicago]] in [[1927]] where she sang with [[The Johnson B...
  14. Patti Smith (6059 bytes)
    2: ...ian]], [[singer]] and [[poet]]. She was born in [[Chicago]], [[Illinois]] and raised in [[New Jersey]], the...
  15. Joan of Arc (27453 bytes)
    92: ...rc]] is the name of an [[indie rock]] band from [[Chicago]], [[Illinois]] [[USA]].
  16. Marilyn Monroe (30186 bytes)
    38: ...oe DiMaggio]] saw a picture of Marilyn with two [[Chicago White Sox]] players, but waited until after he re...
    57: ...itory, leaving no marks. Some researchers believe Chicago [[Mafia]] soldier, longtime [[Sam Giancana]] cron...
  17. Lillian Russell (2418 bytes)
    5: ...fe except that she had some musical training in [[Chicago]]. At the age of 18, she and her mother left for ...
  18. Dorothy Hamill (1348 bytes)
    1: ... skater]] who was born [[July 26]], [[1956]] at [[Chicago, Illinois]], here parents moved to [[Riverside]],...
  19. Mia Hamm (6476 bytes)
    15: ... then with the [[Boston Red Sox]] (now with the [[Chicago Cubs]]). Also in 2002, she was named by the [[FIF...
  20. Martina Navratilova (16246 bytes)
    161: ...mpionships, Washington, DC, Houston, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, Detroit, Kansas City, Eastbourne, Phoen...
    164: ...'', Avon Championships, Oakland, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, Richmond, Atlanta, Phoenix, Brighton
    167: ** Colgate Series Championships, Kansas City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Oakland, Dallas, Amelia Island, Orl...
    170: ...n Championships, Los Angeles, Cincinnati, Dallas, Chicago, Orlando, US Indoors, Tampa, Tokyo [Lions Cup]
    173: ...adian Open, Filderstadt, Washington, DC, Seattle, Chicago, Kansas City, Dallas, Sydney, Hilton Head, Orland...

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