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245 00 City of lake and prairie :|bChicago's environmental 
       history /|cedited by Kathleen A. Brosnan, Ann Durkin 
       Keating, and William C. Barnett. 
264  1 Pittsburgh, Pa. :|bUniversity of Pittsburgh Press,|c[2020]
300    x, 406 pages :|billustrations (some color) ;|c24 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 301-382) and 
       index. 
520    "Known as the Windy City and the Hog Butcher to the World,
       Chicago has earned a more apt sobriquet-City of Lake and 
       Prairie-with this compelling, innovative, and deeply 
       researched environmental history. Sitting at the 
       southwestern tip of Lake Michigan, one of the largest 
       freshwater bodies in the world, and on the eastern edge of
       the tallgrass prairies that fill much of the North 
       American interior, early residents in the land that 
       Chicago now occupies enjoyed natural advantages, economic 
       opportunities, and global connections over centuries, from
       the Native Americans who first inhabited the region to the
       urban dwellers who built a metropolis in the nineteenth 
       and twentieth centuries. As one millennium ended and a new
       one began, these same features sparked a distinctive 
       Midwestern environmentalism aimed at preserving local 
       ecosystems. Drawing on its contributors' interdisciplinary
       talents, this volume reveals a rich but often troubled 
       landscape shaped by communities of color, workers, and 
       activists as well as complex human relations with industry,
       waterways, animals, and disease"--|cProvided by publisher.
650  0 Urban ecology (Sociology)|zIllinois|zChicago. 
651  0 Chicago (Ill.)|xEnvironmental conditions|xHistory. 
700 1  Brosnan, Kathleen A.,|d1960-|eeditor. 
700 1  Keating, Ann Durkin,|eeditor. 
700 1  Barnett, William C.,|eeditor. 
700 12 Morrissey, Robert Michael.|tNative peoples in tallgrass 
       prairies of Illinois. 
700 12 Keating, Ann Durkin.|tCholera and the evolution of early 
       Chicago. 
700 12 Macica, Katherine.|tAnimals at work in industrializing 
       Chicago. 
700 12 Karamanski, Theodore J.,|d1953-|tInland sea? 
700 12 Corpolongo, Matthew.|tCleansing Chicago. 
700 12 Platt, Harold L.|tToo much water. 
700 12 Macfarlane, Daniel,|d1979-|tWater, oil, and fish. 
700 12 Fisher, Colin|q(Robert Colin).|tMay day. 
700 12 McCammack, Brian,|d1981-|tBlack migrant foodways in the 
       "Hog butcher for the world." 
700 12 Innis-Jiménez, Michael.|tNo cheerful patches of green. 
830  0 History of the urban environment. 
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