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History Fair Bibliographies

About the Bibliographies

The History Fair bibliographies are lists of publications owned by the Chicago History Museum. They are arranged alphabetically by subject, but you can search the list of titles for a specific term by using the FIND feature (CTRL + F) on your browser. The call numbers are unique to the Chicago History Museum. Many of the books are also available at the Chicago Public Library's Harold Washington Center or at one of the library's neighborhood branches.


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A

Acts/Laws

 

 

African Americans (see also: Civil Rights, Migration, Race, Riot)

Architecture

Arts

Atomic Age

B

Bodies of Water: Lakes, Rivers and Canals

Boosters

Building/Development Of Chicago

Businesses

C

Children/Juveniles

Civil Rights (see also Rights)

Communication

Communism/Socialism

Crime

D

Dates

1812

1831-1832

1832-1870

1848

1850

1855

1870-1930

1870-1940

1877

1885

 

1886

1893

1894

1903

1905

1905-1925

1911

1915

1917-1921

1918

1919

1928-1965

1929

1935

1936-1939

1945

1966

1968

1969-1977

1978

1979

1981

1983

Disasters

E

Economics and Industry

Education

Electricity

Environment

Ethnic Groups

Chinese

English

French

Irish

Mexican

Native Americans

Puerto Rican

Expansion

F

Fires

Frontiers

G

Gays/Lesbians

Gentrification

H

Haymarket

Health (see also: Labor, Recreation and Stockyards)

Housing

Hull House

I

Immigrants (see also: Ethnic Groups)

Integration/Segregation

J

Journalism

L

Labor

M

Migration

Music

N

New Deal

O

Oral History

Organizations

ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union)

Black Panthers

Civic Federation

CIO (Congress of Industrial Organizations)

Chicago Board of Trade

Chicago Hearing Society

Chicago Labor Party

Chicago Women's Liberation Union

Children's Bureau

Communism/Socialism

Hull House

Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) (Wobblies)

Immigrants' Protective League

Nazis

Socialist Party

Steel Councils

Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)

P

People

Addams, Jane

Alinsky, Saul

Armstrong, Louis

Barnett, Claude A.

Byrne, Jane

Burnham, Daniel H.

Black Hawk

Darrow, Clarence

Dawson, William L.

Dever, William E.

Dewey, John

Dillinger, John

Douglas, Stephen

du Sable, Jean Baptiste

Dunham, Katherine

Fitzpatrick, John

Gautreaux, Dorothy

Haley, Margaret

Hamilton Alice

Holmes, H.H.

  • See Mudgett, Herman W.

Hubbard, Gurdon Saltonstall

Kelley, Florence

Lloyd, Henry Demarest

Lovejoy, Elijah

Martinez, Refugio

McDowell, Mary

Monroe, Harriet

Mudgett, Herman W.

Pullman, George M.

Reitman, Ben

Rosenwald, Julius

Sinclair, Upton

Starr, Ellen Gates

Terkel, Studs

Thompson, "Big" Bill

Wacker, Charles H.

Ward, Montgomery

Washington, Harold

Wells, Ida B.

Police

Politics

Poverty

Progressive Era

Prohibition (see Temperance)

    Pullman (see also: Haymarket Affair)

    R

    Radicals, Reactionaries, Reformers, Revolution and Revolutionaries

    Railroads

    Recreation

    Red Squad

    Rights

    Riots

    Roads, Rails, and Indian Trails

    S

    Social Gospel Movement

    Socialism/Communism

    Sports

    Stockyards

    Strikes

    Suffrage and Women's Rights

    T

    Temperance

    Tobacco

    Transportation

    U

    Urban Renewal

    W

    War and Anti-War

    World's Columbian Exposition 1893

    World's Fairs

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