Pullman

George Pullman built America’s first industrial town south of Chicago on Lake Calumet. He purchased 4000 acres of natural marshlands and woods and built factories to make sleeping cars for the railroads. More

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Language: American English
ISBN: 9781311075888
About Acie Cargill

Acie Cargill is a poet, a songwriter, and a prose writer. He studied poetry with USA Poet Laureate Mark Strand and Illinois Poet Laureate Gwendolyn Brooks. He studied novel writing with Thomas Berger, who wrote Little Big Man that Arthur Penn made into a movie with Dustin Hoffman in the lead role. Cargill also studied journalism with instructor Jean Daily. His work is a synthesis of all these styles.

He is a member of American Mensa and formerly edited the Mensa Journal of Poetry. He also is a member of the Grammy Association, The US Quill and Scroll Society.

Cargill is a vegetarian, a former physician, a musical performer on a variety of instruments, an environmental activist, a lecturer, medical reviewer, a lover, a cannabis user, and a seer.

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