Table of contents for As others see Chicago : impressions of visitors, 1673-1933 / compiled and edited by Bessie Louise Pierce ; with the assistance of Joe L. Norris ; with a new foreword by Perry R. Duis.


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CONTENTS
PREFACE
PART I. THE BEGINNINGS OF A CITY
INTRODUCTION?3
JACQUES MARQUETTE?13
 A Winter at Chicago?13
JOHN FRANCIS BUISSON DE ST. COSME?18
	The Mission of the Guardian Angel?18
SAMUEL A. STORROW?23
	The Soil of Chicago?24
	The Chicago River?25
JOHN TIPTON?27
	Fort Dearborn and Chicago?27
WILLIAM H. KEATING?31
	The Natural History, Indians, and Disadvantages of Chicago?32
CHARLES BUTLER?40
	Chicago in 1833 in the Eyes of an Investor?41
	Land Speculation?49
CHARLES JOSEPH LATROBE?54
	The Pottawattomie Treaty?55
	Fort Dearborn and Chicago?56
	The Pottawattomie Indians?58
	Chicago?59
	The Treaty?62
PATRICK SHIRREFF?65
	Trade and Hotels in 1833?66
CHARLES FENO HOFFMAN?70
	A Ball?71
	The Weather?74
	A Horse Race and a Wolf Hunt?75
HARRIET MARTINEAU?81
	Houses, Hotels, and People?82
JAMES SILK BUCKINGHAM?87
	Chicago in 1840?88
SARAH MARGARET FULLER?95
	The Prairie?95
	The Lake?97
JOHN LEWIS PEYTON?99
	Seeing Chicago from a ?Trap??99
	Business in Chicago?101
	Wildcat Banking?104
	A Dinner at Chicago?107
	Drainage of Land?107
	A Visit to the Theater?109
	A Winter Morning?110
	Amusements?110
PART II. AN ERA OF EXPANSION
INTRODUCTION?115
FREDRIKA BREMER?125
	Prairies?125
	Germans in Chicago?130
J.J. AMPERE?133
	The Physical Setting of Chicago?134
	Houses, Churches, and Schools?135
	The Reaper?138
	Recreation?139
	The Prairie?139
ISABELLA LUCY (BIRD) BISHOP?141
	An Advertising House?142
	Physical Setting?145
WILLIAM FERGUSON?148
	Streets, Buildings, Waterways, and Railways?148
ANONYMOUS?151
	Chicago in the Fifties?151
	The Chicago River?152
	Streets and Bridges?153
	The Bridge in Fictitious Literature?154
	Buildings?156
	Thoroughfares?157
	Dress of Chicagoans?158
	Fort Dearborn?159
	The Water Supply?160
	Hotels and Hotel Food?161
	Money?163
	Observance of the Sabbath?164
EDWARD L. PECKHAM?166
	Chicago ? A Mean Spot?166
WILLIAM HOWARD RUSSEL?171
	The Setting of Chicago?171
	Chicago in the Civil War?172
CHRISTIAN H. JEYNE?176
	A Norwegian Immigrant in Chicago in the 1860s?176
F. BERMAN ZINCKE?182
	Chicago?s Buildings?182
	City Ordinances?184
	Trinity Church?185
	Secular and Religious Schools?186
	Chicago?s Drinking Water?189
ALEXANDER FREAR?191
	The Great Fire of 1871
PART III. THE RISE OF A MODERN CITY
INTRODUCTION?207
SIR JOHN LENG?219
	Five Years after the Fire?219
	Buildings?221
	The Stockyards?223
	The Board of Trade?224
	?The Situation of Chicago?, Waterworks and Parks?224
LADY DUFFUS HARDY?226
	Grand and Stately Chicago?226
ANONYMOUS?230
	Prominent Characteristics of Chicago?230
	A City Rebuild?231
	Trade, Traffic, and Building?232
	The Union Stock Yards?233
	Chicago Board of Trade?235
Influential Men of Chicago: Philip D. Armour, Marshall Field, Farwells, Potter Palmer (Palmer House), Bankers, George M. Pullman?237	
RUDYARD KIPLING?250
How I Struck Chicago, and How Chicago Struck Me. Of Religion, Politics, and Pig-Sticking, and the Incarnation of the City among Shambles?250
PAUL DE ROUSIERS?262
	The Evolution of Industry?263
	The Pullman Workshops and the City of Pullman?264
GUISEPPE GIACOSA?275
	A City of Smoke?275
JULIAN RALPH?287
	 A Rapidly Moving and Business-like City?287
	Chicago?s Buildings?291
	Metropolitan Area?294
	A City of Young Men?295
	Manufactures?298
	Clubs?300
	A Distinctly American City?300
	Chicago?s Parks, Streets, and Homes?301
	The Women of Chicago?305
M.E. BRUWAERT?324
	Chicago and the World?s Columbian Exposition?325
MULJI DEVJI VERDANT?340
	The White City?340
JAMES FULLARTON MUIRHEAD?351
	Chicago, the City of Contrasts?351
WILLIAM T. STEAD?355
	The World?s Fair?356
	Destruction of the World?s Fair Buildings?357
	The Trade and Labor Assembly?360
	The Interesting Year 1893?362
	The Romance of Chicago?363
PART IV. FROM WORLD?S FAIR TO WORLD?S FAIR
INTRODUCTION?369
PAUL BOURGET?381
	A Strange and Unreal Scene?381
	The Traffic in Meat?386
	The Sunday Edition of a Newspaper?391
GEORGE WARRINGTON STEEVENS?395
	Chicago, the Amazing?395
PRICE COLLIER?402
	A City of Pork and Plato?402
WILLIAM ARCHER?408
	Chicago ? Its Splendor and Squalor?408
COUNT PETER DE VAYA AND LUSKOD?417
	Industry and Strikes?417
	Educational and Religious Institutions?422
	Parks and Recreation?425
	Foreigners in Chicago?426
	The Inauguration of a Church?426
EDWARD HUNGERFORD?429
	Chicago and the Chicagoans?429
JULIAN STREET?441
	Chicago?s Individuality?441
	Marshall Field and the Chicago Tribune?447
	Skyscrapers and the Stockyards?453
	City Planning?427
ARTHUR EVERETT SHIPLEY?461
	Universities and Armistice Day?461
WALTER LIONEL GEORGE?466
	A City without Peace?466
	Mass and Space?469
	Armour?s Packing Plant?470
	Chicago?s ?Boosting??




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Chicago (Ill, ) Description and travel Sources, Chicago (Ill, ) Social life and customs Sources, Chicago (Ill, ) History Sources, Visitors, Foreign Illinois Chicago, Travelers' writings