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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...
  21. Locomotive (16705 bytes)
    43: ...costs. The fuel for one early high-speed run from Chicago, Illinois to [[Denver, Colorado]] only cost [[Uni...
    74: ...and]] (3000 V), and the cites of [[Mumbai]] and [[Chicago]] (which will be switched to AC by 2025).
  22. Hillary Rodham Clinton (17176 bytes)
    2: ...am Clinton''' (born [[October 26]], [[1947]] in [[Chicago, Illinois]] as '''Hillary Diane Rodham''') has be...
    23: ...rding to [[Leo Melamed]], the former chair of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
    25: ...d client. The firm was later fined for violating Chicago Mercantile Exchange rules governing [[margin]] tr...
  23. Harmonica (21752 bytes)
    205: ...es band, he became one of the most popular act of Chicago. He also installed for good the cross-harp techn...
    209: ...l, Big Walter was the favored harmonicist of many Chicago leaders, including [[Muddy Waters]] and [[Willie ...
    211: ...[James Cotton]] is also a household name of the [[Chicago Blues]] scene. He used a less amplified tone, re...
  24. John Hancock (8787 bytes)
    48: ...n Hancock Center]], major skyscraper in [[Chicago|Chicago, Illinois]]
  25. Franklin Pierce (19017 bytes)
    63: ...grew out of his desire to promote a railroad from Chicago to California through Nebraska. Secretary of War ...
  26. Abraham Lincoln (48771 bytes)
    73: ... Illinois - d. [[July 16]], [[1871]] in [[Chicago|Chicago, Illinois]].
  27. Ulysses S. Grant (23281 bytes)
    62: ...te at the [[Republican National Convention]] in [[Chicago]] on [[May 20]], [[1868]], with no real oppositio...
  28. Grover Cleveland (20963 bytes)
    58: ...avy of the United States to deliver a postcard in Chicago," he thundered, "that card will be delivered." It...
  29. Africa (35389 bytes)
    263: ...tp://www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/su/afr/ University of Chicago - Joseph Regenstein Library: African Studies]
  30. United States (59108 bytes)
    135: |[[Image:Chicagoskyline2005.jpg|245px|thumb|right|Chicago, Illinois]]
    139: ...such as [[New York City]], [[Los Angeles]], and [[Chicago]]. The figures expressed below are for populatio...
    148: | 3. ||align=left | [[Chicago, Illinois]] || 2,896,016
    215: ...field-Jackson Atlanta International Airport]] and Chicago's [[O'Hare International Airport]], are among the...
  31. Thoth (5655 bytes)
    41: ...pt''. London: Oxford University Press. (Reprinted Chicago: Ares Publishers inc., 1979)
  32. Babe Ruth (55357 bytes)
    23: ...t the Red Sox, who could not keep pace with the [[Chicago White Sox]] and their 100 wins, missed out on a t...
    35: ...her average outfielder who went on to forge the [[Chicago Bears]] and the [[NFL]]. [[George Halas]] was mif...
    37: ...Speaker]], Ruth's old Red Sox teammate, and the [[Chicago White Sox]], the infamous "[[Black Sox scandal]]"...
    77: ...ly four teams have won more games. The [[1906]] [[Chicago Cubs]], who won 116, the [[1954]] [[Cleveland Ind...
    119: ... Yankees opponents in the World Series were the [[Chicago Cubs]]. The Cubs were playing just a little bett...
  33. Arizona (24318 bytes)
    419: *[[Chicago Cubs]] in Mesa
    420: *[[Chicago White Sox]] in Tucson
  34. Indiana (20194 bytes)
    69: ...tate's nearness to large urban centers, such as [[Chicago]] also assures that much dairying, egg production...
    174: of [[Chicago, Illinois]]
    176: *[[East Chicago, Indiana|East Chicago]]
    293: ...ies in the northwestern corner of Indiana, near [[Chicago]], and several counties in the southwestern corne...
  35. Iowa (24205 bytes)
    49: *The [[Chicago and Northwestern]] railroad reached [[Council Blu...
  36. Wisconsin (18812 bytes)
    83: ...wn the western edge of Lake Michigan into greater Chicago and also into northwestern Indiana. This string o...
    154: ...], pop. 90,625; considered part of the greater "[[Chicagoland]]" area; site of Kenosha [[Velodrome]], opene...
  37. Oklahoma (32092 bytes)
    148: ...6 treaty but with the Cherokees retaining access. Chicago meat-packing plants had leased it from the Cherok...
  38. Nevada (17565 bytes)
    235: ...f the northern branches in a daily service from [[Chicago]] to [[Emeryville, CA]] serving [[Elko, Nevada|El...
  39. Roaring Twenties (28131 bytes)
    34: ...est]] and the [[Great Lakes]] region, including [[Chicago]] and [[Toronto]]. These cities prospered due to...
    112: ... gangster from the 1920s in Brooklyn and later in Chicago.
  40. Asteroid (24334 bytes)
    105: ...dra]]. This unspoken tradition lasted until [[334 Chicago]] was named; even then, oddly feminised names sho...
  41. List of themed timelines (11300 bytes)
    231: ...ry of Chicago#Timeline of major events|History of Chicago]]
  42. History of science (41710 bytes)
    212: ...ientific Revolutions]]'' (3rd ed.). University of Chicago Press. ISBN 0226458075
  43. Sumerian language (10760 bytes)
    30: ...by a quote from Miguel Civil of the University of Chicago's [[Oriental Institute]], regarding a tablet for ...
    34: ...a better understanding of Sumerian literature. In Chicago, Benno Landsberger was editing the Materials for ...
  44. American football (39287 bytes)
    232: ...e of 1903 football game between the University of Chicago and the University of Michigan]
  45. Johannes Kepler (17038 bytes)
    85: ...ld: ''Kepler's geometrical cosmology''. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1988 ISBN 0-226-24823-2
  46. Timeline of events leading to the American Civil War (11837 bytes)
    101: ...he Republican nomination at their convention in [[Chicago]].<br>
  47. Timeline of United States history (1860-1899) (10289 bytes)
    65: *[[1871]] - [[Great Chicago Fire]]
  48. History of the United States (1865-1918) (52094 bytes)
    119: ... uprising in several cities: Baltimore, Maryland; Chicago, Illinois; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Buffalo, New...
    121: ...oing strike at the McCormick Harvester Company in Chicago. In the ensuing battle, nine people were killed a...
    125: ... Strike|Pullman Palace Car Company]] just outside Chicago, led to a strike, which, with the support of the ...
    176: ...lair]] exposed unsanitary conditions in the great Chicago meat packing houses and the grip of the beef trus...
  49. Michigan (29427 bytes)
    67: *[[1821]] With the [[Treaty of Chicago]], the [[Ojibwe]], [[Ottawa (people)|Ottawa]], an...
  50. Illinois (27007 bytes)
    11: LargestCity = [[Chicago]] |
    39: ...gan]]. Most of the state's population resides in Chicago and its [[suburb]]s. The U.S. postal abbreviatio...
    53: ...cago was Illinois' largest city (see [[History of Chicago]]).
    74: ...ttled by a variety of ethnic groups. The city of Chicago is heavily [[Democratic]]. While this tendency h...
    76: ...an voting pattern and widespread antipathy toward Chicago.
  51. Bill Buckner (4174 bytes)
    5: ...ational League]] batting title in 1980 with the [[Chicago Cubs]].
  52. January 1 (18244 bytes)
    177: *[[1892]] - [[Roswell B. Mason]], mayor of [[Chicago]] (b. [[1805]])
  53. January 2 (10888 bytes)
    24: *[[1900]] - [[Chicago Canal]] opens.
    51: ...nsin]] and 19 inches (487mm) at [[Chicago]]. In [[Chicago]], temperatures plunge to -13&deg;F (-25&deg;C), ...
  54. Skyscraper (12706 bytes)
    9: ...LeBaron Jenney]] designed the first skyscraper in Chicago, The [[Home Insurance Building]]. The ten-story s...
    18: ...er-thumb.jpg|thumb|right|The [[Sears Tower]] in [[Chicago]], the world's tallest skyscraper from [[1974]] t...
    34: |4||[[Sears Tower]]||[[Chicago]]||442&nbsp;m||1,450&nbsp;ft||110||1974 ||
    59: |14||[[Aon Center]]||Chicago||346&nbsp;m||1,136&nbsp;ft||83||1973 ||
    65: |16||[[John Hancock Center]]||Chicago||344&nbsp;m||1,127&nbsp;ft||100||1969 ||
  55. Labour Day (7088 bytes)
    7: ... favoured a [[May 1]] holiday. With the event of Chicago's [[Haymarket riots]] in early May of [[1886]], p...
  56. Cattle (12844 bytes)
    70: *A cow is alleged to have started the [[Great Chicago Fire]] by kicking over a [[kerosene]] lamp.
  57. William Shakespeare (28915 bytes)
    209: * [[The Chicago Shakespeare Theatre]] in [[Chicago, IL]], [[United States|USA]]
  58. Congress of the United States (41315 bytes)
    418: ...ual Representation," University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1999.
  59. Auto racing (15302 bytes)
    12: ...r a 54.36 mile (87.48 km) course, took place in [[Chicago]], [[Illinois]] on [[November 2]], [[1895]], [[Fr...
  60. National League (4871 bytes)
    5: ... these teams, only the White Stockings (now the [[Chicago Cubs]]) and the Red Caps (now the [[Atlanta Brave...
    25: *[[Chicago Cubs]]
  61. World Series (40101 bytes)
    37: * 1870 [[Chicago Cubs|Chicago White Stockings]]
    43: * 1876 Chicago White Stockings
    47: * 1880 Chicago White Stockings
    48: * 1881 Chicago White Stockings
    49: * 1882 Chicago White Stockings
  62. Atlanta Braves (20715 bytes)
    54: ... 3 games to 2, to the [[San Francisco Giants]], [[Chicago Cubs]], and [[Houston Astros]] respectively.
  63. 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...
  64. 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]]...
  65. Cincinnati Reds (19835 bytes)
    29: ... the [[world championship]] in 8 games over the [[Chicago White Sox]].
  66. Oakland Athletics (34248 bytes)
    18: ...Orioles]], [[Boston Red Sox|Boston Americans]], [[Chicago White Sox]], [[Cleveland Indians|Cleveland Blues]...
    32: ...d to approve the sale of the Athletics to another Chicagoan, real estate developer Arnold Johnson, so that ...
    47: ...ing interest in the team was purchased by another Chicagoan, insurance executive [[Charles O. Finley]], who...
    80: ...o]] had predicted a Reds victory due to the "ex-[[Chicago Cubs|Cub]] factor" - the A's had three ex-Cubs on...
    97: ...was finally snapped in Minnesota. Transplanted [[Chicago Cubs]] fans came to the [[Metrodome]] to root for...
  67. Pittsburgh Pirates (16589 bytes)
    37: ...rd baseman [[Aramis Ramirez]] was traded to the [[Chicago Cubs]] in [[2003 in sports|2003]] for a fairly mi...
  68. San Diego Padres (7131 bytes)
    23: ...tically rallying from a 2-0 deficit against the [[Chicago Cubs]] in the [[National League Championship Seri...
  69. St. Louis Cardinals (18903 bytes)
    24: ...is won the [[1886]] Series outright. The vigorous Chicago-St. Louis rivalry continues to this day.
    56: ...eman [[Mark McGwire]] and [[Sammy Sosa]] of the [[Chicago Cubs]] battled to set the record for most [[home ...
    62: ...yl Kile]] died suddenly of heart failure while in Chicago for a series against the Cubs.
  70. Tampa Bay Devil Rays (7282 bytes)
    15: ...k in to moving to the area, the first being the [[Chicago White Sox]], who but for a last minute action by ...
  71. Garrett A. Morgan (5956 bytes)
    36: ... the [[Emancipation Centennial Celebration]] in [[Chicago]], [[Illinois]] in August, [[1963]], Morgan was n...
  72. George Washington Carver (7937 bytes)
    13: ...ntings were exhibited at the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago.
  73. Airline (29546 bytes)
    139: ...ever, that Airline 1 operates the flight from say Chicago to Amsterdam, and Airline 2 operates the continui...
  74. Softball (19057 bytes)
    132: ...in 1887 by [[George Hancock]], a reporter for the Chicago Board of Trade, as a winter version of baseball. ...
    134: ...re passed over in favour of the dimensions of the Chicago one). Rober may not have been familiar with the F...
    138: .... Sixteen inch softball is played extensively in Chicago, Illinois.
  75. Cable car (railway) (12669 bytes)
    25: ...le car, like San Francisco's ''California Cars'', Chicago used grip cars to pull trains of up to three trai...
    31: ...d cable/electric systems operated, for example in Chicago where electric cars had to be pulled by grip cars...
    77: * [[Chicago]] ([[1882]]&ndash;[[1906]], the [[Chicago City Railway]])
  76. Ronald Reagan (52721 bytes)
    31: ...[[acting]]. He was a [[radio]] [[announcer]] of [[Chicago Cubs]] [[baseball]] games, getting only the bare ...
    64: ..."[http://www.cnn.com/ALLPOLITICS/1996/conventions/chicago/facts/famous.speeches/mondale.84.shtml] Reagan ac...
  77. John F. Kennedy (36524 bytes)
    70: ...the unusually huge margins in [[Richard Daley]]'s Chicago &mdash; which were announced after the rest of th...
    171: ...ll Exner]] , who was simultaneously involved with Chicago mob boss Sam Giancana.
    198: ...ranged for the Mafia to stuff the ballot boxes in Chicago, Kansas City, and Las Vegas &mdash; but other res...
  78. Harry S. Truman (30022 bytes)
    84: ... the 1948 election, as shown by this mistaken ''[[Chicago Tribune]]'' headline.]]
    217: ...e and even the musical group [[Chicago_%28band%29|Chicago]] wrote a song about the nation's former presiden...
  79. Franklin D. Roosevelt (74009 bytes)
    80: ...At first the delegates at the [[Chicago, Illinois|Chicago]] convention were deadlocked, but eventually Smit...
    82: ...t Roosevelt, missing him but killing the Mayor of Chicago, [[Anton Cermak]]. Zangara, who was later execute...
    122: ...r shortage in the arms manufacturing centers of [[Chicago]] and [[Detroit]], accelerating the [[Great Migra...
  80. National Football League (30340 bytes)
    24: <tr><td>[[Dallas Cowboys]]</td><td>[[Chicago Bears]]</td><td>[[Atlanta Falcons]]</td><td>[[Ari...
    122: ...ames Harris]] as their starting quarterback. The Chicago Bears had a black quarterback in [[1953 in sports...
    137: ...], [[1988]], [[Philadelphia Eagles|Eagles]] vs. [[Chicago Bears|Bears]] in NFC Semifinal) A heavy, dense [...
    173: ...s of the Midway]]''' -- Originally applied to the Chicago Bears of the early 1940s, but revived for the 198...
    194: *[[Chicago|Chicago, IL]] ([[1941]]-[[1946]])
  81. History of India (31279 bytes)
    229: .../BR11212.HTM Modern India], by William E. Curtis, Chicago Record-Herald, 1903-04.
  82. Architectural history (15731 bytes)
    106: *[[Chicago school (architecture)|Chicago school]]
  83. Frederick Cook (12772 bytes)
    6: ...00px|Frederick Cook on South Michigan Avenue in [[Chicago]]]]
  84. March 19 (9902 bytes)
    17: ...oughbred Racing Association]] is established in [[Chicago]].
    97: *[[1944]] - [[William Hale Thompson]], Mayor of Chicago (b. [[1869]])
  85. Denver, Colorado (21161 bytes)
    275: ...[Amtrak]] [[California Zephyr]] which runs from [[Chicago]] west through Denver to [[San Francisco]]. Addit...
  86. Indianapolis, Indiana (25903 bytes)
    33: ...major "hub" of regional transport connecting to [[Chicago]], [[Louisville, Kentucky|Louisville]], [[Cincinn...
  87. Des Moines, Iowa (13222 bytes)
    87: ... Osceola, the [[California Zephyr]], go east to [[Chicago]] and as far west as [[Oakland, California]].
    89: ...States, including to major hub airports such as [[Chicago O'Hare]], [[Hartsfield International Airport|Atla...
    132: ...]], the Class AAA affiliate of the major-league [[Chicago Cubs]]. They play their home games at [[Principal...
  88. Boston, Massachusetts (36071 bytes)
    247: ...ations. [[Amtrak]]'s [[Northeast Corridor]] and [[Chicago]] lines originate at [[South Station (Massachuset...
  89. Columbus, Ohio (27104 bytes)
    46: ...rtered in Columbus prior to the merger with First Chicago-NBD, still has a major presence in Columbus. [[J...
  90. Amusement park (17293 bytes)
    12: ...[1893]] [[World Columbian Exposition]], held in [[Chicago, Illinois]]. The 1893 [[World's fair]] was the fi...
  91. Dollhouse (4191 bytes)
    25: ... in Chicago|Museum of Science and Industry]] in [[Chicago, Illinois]] since the early [[1950s]].
    27: ...40s. The rooms are housed in the Art Institute of Chicago.
  92. Postcard (2985 bytes)
    11: ...advertise the [[World Columbian Exposition]] in [[Chicago]]. Shortly thereafter the United States governmen...
  93. Thomas Aquinas (12692 bytes)
    95: ... the Western World'', 2nd ed., v. 2, pp. 987-988. Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica.
  94. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (15483 bytes)
    69: ...ea of a Phenomenology of Spirit''. University of Chicago Press, 1998. ISBN 0226257428
  95. History of Christianity (35391 bytes)
    329: ...inary(Calvinist, Boston), Trinity Divinity School(Chicago), Wheaton College(Illinois), the Christian Coalit...
  96. Islam (36809 bytes)
    254: * Islam, by Fazlur Rahman, University of Chicago Press; 2nd edition (1979). ISBN 0226702812
  97. July 24 (8660 bytes)
    15: ...enger ship ''[[Eastland]]'' capsizes in central [[Chicago]], with the loss of 845 lives.
    20:
  98. Egyptian soul (5527 bytes)
    37: ... Oriental Civilization 34. Chicago: University of Chicago Press
  99. Polka (2768 bytes)
    6: ...]], and can be identified as 'Chicago honky' and 'Chicago push' styles. This 'push' version or style of Pol...
    14: * [[Eddie Blazonczyk]] -- Chicago push
    17: * [[Wally Jagiello|"Li'l" Wally Jagiello]] -- Chicago honky
  100. The Star-Spangled Banner (15265 bytes)
    47: * Wayne Messmer, the [[Chicago Cubs]] public address announcer, occasionally pre...
  101. Fertile Crescent (3589 bytes)
    1: ... "Fertile Crescent" was coined by [[University of Chicago]] archeologist [[James Henry Breasted]].
  102. Death Valley National Park (38245 bytes)
    68: ...ne. Neither claim was true, but the real owner, [[Chicago, Illinois]] millionaire [[Albert Mussey Johnson]...
  103. War of 1812 (34444 bytes)
    226: ...12: A Forgotten Conflict''. Urbana: University of Chicago Press, 1989.
  104. Dust Bowl (5196 bytes)
    2: ...clouds made the sky appear black all the way to [[Chicago]]. Eventually the soil was completely lost when i...
    11: ... Dust Bowl. The dust clouds blew all the way to [[Chicago]] where filth fell like snow, dumping the equival...
  105. Heat wave (1223 bytes)
    7: To remain safe during heat waves, see [http://chicago.about.com/library/blank/bl_hot_weather_tips.htm H...
    13: * [[Chicago Heat Wave of 1995]]
  106. Americium (6956 bytes)
    129: ...e Metallurgical Laboratory at the [[University of Chicago]] (now known as [[Argonne National Laboratory]])....
  107. Curium (8593 bytes)
    186: ...nne National Laboratory]]) at the [[University of Chicago]]. It was actually the third transuranium element...
  108. Rhinoceros (6285 bytes)
    65: ...Defence Armor''. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, pp. 73-173.
  109. Jim Abbott (6907 bytes)
    1: ...ifornia Angels]], the [[New York Yankees]], the [[Chicago White Sox]], and the [[Milwaukee Brewers]]. Abbot...
  110. Terry Adams (1495 bytes)
    1: ...lies]] (2005). Previously, Adams played for the [[Chicago Cubs]] (1995-99), [[Los Angeles Dodgers]] (2000-0...
    13: [[Category:Chicago Cubs players|Adams, Terry]]
  111. Barry Moore (637 bytes)
    1: ...s]] (1965-69), [[Cleveland Indians]] (1970) and [[Chicago White Sox]] (1970).
  112. Billy Martin (4203 bytes)
    10: ...d inning after receiving a brushback pitch from [[Chicago Cubs]] pitcher Jim Brewer. Martin threw his bat a...
  113. Cyrus McCormick (3514 bytes)
    2: ... mechanical [[reaper]] in [[1831]]. He moved to [[Chicago, Illinois]], and was the founder of McCormick Har...
    8: ...inventor, and now skilled businessman, moved to [[Chicago]], where he established large centralized works ...
    10: ...ld the paper to [[Wilbur F. Storey]]. He died in Chicago, with his company passing on to his son, [[Cyrus ...
  114. Nikola Tesla (29894 bytes)
    75: ...s Fair]], the [[World Columbian Exposition]] in [[Chicago]], [[Illinois]], an international exposition was ...
  115. Trilobite (9216 bytes)
    68: ...iccardo Levi-Setti. ''Trilobites''. University of Chicago Press, 1993.
  116. Timeline of railway history (5902 bytes)
    35: ...phyr'']]) introduced at the [[Century of Progress|Chicago World's Fair]].
  117. Doug Ault (2433 bytes)
    9: ...onto's first homer with a first-inning blow off [[Chicago White Sox]] left-handed [[Ken Brett]]. Ault homer...
    11: ...ers on [[1988 in sports|1988]] opening day, and [[Chicago Cubs|Cub]] [[Tuffy Rhodes]] matched the feat in [...
  118. Gabby Hartnett (4450 bytes)
    1: ...]] who played nearly his entire career with the [[Chicago Cubs]]. He is widely considered to have been the ...
  119. Gary Gaetti (2969 bytes)
    1: ...] (1993-95), [[St. Louis Cardinals]] (1996-98), [[Chicago Cubs]] (1998-99) and [[Boston Red Sox]] (2000). ...
  120. Major League Baseball (14783 bytes)
    62: | <center>[[Image:ChicagoWhiteSox 100.png]]<br>[[Chicago White Sox]]</center>
    89: | <center>[[Image:ChicagoCubs 100.png]]<br>[[Chicago Cubs]]</center>
  121. Middle East (6318 bytes)
    52: .../www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/su/mideast/ University of Chicago Library - Middle East Department]
  122. Adlai E. Stevenson (3193 bytes)
    18: ...ivities and resided in Bloomington. He died in [[Chicago, Illinois]] and is interred in Bloomington Cemete...
    21: ...an Stevenson]]. A section of [[Interstate 55]] in Chicago is named for him.
  123. Charles G. Dawes (3139 bytes)
    11: ...nois]]. He is interred in [[Rosehill Cemetery]], Chicago, Illinois.
  124. Dick Cheney (23685 bytes)
    43: ...en. Elizabeth graduated from the [[University of Chicago]] Law School in [[1996]] and has worked as an [[i...
  125. Ancient India (31279 bytes)
    229: .../BR11212.HTM Modern India], by William E. Curtis, Chicago Record-Herald, 1903-04.
  126. List of U.S. states' largest cities (4566 bytes)
    33: ...nois]] || [[Chicago, Illinois|Chicago]]
  127. Prairie Dogs (2700 bytes)
    21: ...the disease from a [[Gambian pouched rat]] in a [[Chicago]]-area pet store.
  128. Rhinoceroses (6285 bytes)
    65: ...Defence Armor''. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, pp. 73-173.
  129. History of science in early cultures (11033 bytes)
    6: ...[[492 BC]], [[Field Museum of Natural History]],[[Chicago]]. ([[Palm]]-sized)]]
  130. History of science in the Middle Ages (30877 bytes)
    198: ...'Science in the Middle Ages''. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Pr., 1976. ISBN 0-226-48233-2
    200: ...tiquity and the Middle Ages''. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Pr., 2000. ISBN 0-226-74951-7
  131. History of sociology (4929 bytes)
    9: ...as established in [[1892]] at the [[University of Chicago]] by [[Albion W. Small]], who in [[1895]] founded...
  132. History of ecology (10158 bytes)
    35: ...ges in [[vegetation succession]] in the city of [[Chicago]]. It became a distinct field of study in the [[...
  133. Music history of the United States (35788 bytes)
    56: ...elated genres, began flourishing in cities like [[Chicago]] and [[New Orleans]] and began to attract some m...
    58: ...n different cities like New York, New Orleans and Chicago.
    141: ...ds like [[Styx (band)|Styx]] and [[Chicago (band)|Chicago]] launching popular careers that lasted most of t...
    151: ... in [[Los Angeles, California|Los Angeles]] and [[Chicago]].
    171: ...p hop saw their first legitimatization, including Chicago [[hip house]], Los Angeles [[electroclash]], [[Mi...
  134. Music of the United States (1940s and 50s) (18910 bytes)
    14: ...s]], [[Journey (band)|Journey]], [[Chicago (band)|Chicago]] and [[Styx (band)|Styx]] had long-running popul...
    52: ...p-prog bands like [[Chicago (band)|Chicago]] (''[[Chicago II]]'') and [[Styx (band)|Styx]] (''[[Kilroy Was ...
  135. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (74009 bytes)
    80: ...At first the delegates at the [[Chicago, Illinois|Chicago]] convention were deadlocked, but eventually Smit...
    82: ...t Roosevelt, missing him but killing the Mayor of Chicago, [[Anton Cermak]]. Zangara, who was later execute...
    122: ...r shortage in the arms manufacturing centers of [[Chicago]] and [[Detroit]], accelerating the [[Great Migra...
  136. Carl O. Sauer (583 bytes)
    1: ...Missouri]] and graduated from the [[University of Chicago]] with a [[Ph.D.]] in [[1915]]. Sauer was a [[pro...
  137. Racquets (sport) (3401 bytes)
    13: ...acant racquets court built into the University of Chicago's [[Stagg Field]] served as the location of the f...
  138. Lepospondyli (3903 bytes)
    37: ... (1966) ''Vertebrate Paleontology'' University of Chicago Press, 1933; 3rd ed. 1966.
  139. American Pit Bull Terrier (8642 bytes)
    54: .... (A large percent of dogs destroyed in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles are pit bull type breeds.)
  140. Hernando de Soto explorer (34946 bytes)
    78: ... on July 8, 1541, near the present day city of [[Chicago]].
  141. Nancy Reagan (4339 bytes)
    5: ...geon. Dr. Davis adopted Nancy, and she grew up in Chicago. She was also god-daughter of Russian -born silen...
  142. Betty Ford (2880 bytes)
    3: ...st Lady]] of the [[United States]], was born in [[Chicago, Illinois]], the daughter of William Stephenson B...
  143. Globe (2597 bytes)
    13: ...obe at the [[Field Museum of Natural History]], [[Chicago]] ]]
  144. September 23 (7397 bytes)
    25: *[[1969]] - The [[Chicago 8]] trial opens in [[Chicago]]
  145. Bicycle (44267 bytes)
    25: ...re he founded his similarly successful company in Chicago in [[1895]]. [[Schwinn Bicycle Company|Schwinn]] ...
  146. 1901 (12292 bytes)
    40: ...enamed [[Minor League Baseball]]), is formed in [[Chicago, Illinois]].
  147. List of business schools in the United States (2748 bytes)
    39: *[[University of Illinois at Chicago - Liautaud Graduate School of Business]]
    40: *[[University of Chicago Graduate School of Business]]
  148. Livestock (24677 bytes)
    14: ...|300px|The maze of livestock pens and walkways at Chicago's stockyards, ca. 1947.]]
  149. Yoga (18820 bytes)
    74: ...mi Vivekananda]], the Hindu representative in the Chicago Parliament of World Religions, Yoga has also been...
  150. Assyrian (19682 bytes)
    54: ... The Assyrian diaspora includes a community in [[Chicago]] that numbers as many as 80,000, more than in an...
  151. Lawyer (33471 bytes)
    76: ...bly, Yale, Stanford, Harvard, Berkeley, Columbia, Chicago, NYU, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, which supply th...
  152. Jennifer Beals (1141 bytes)
    1: ...fer Beals''' (born [[December 19]], [[1963]] in [[Chicago, Illinois]]) is an [[United States|American]] [[A...

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