The Years They Raised Chicago

Chicago, Illinois sits at the southernmost end of Lake Michigan. In the early days of the United States, it was a great place to build a city. The lake supplied the fresh water they needed to live. Trees were everywhere, providing wood for buildings. The lake supplied the settlers with food. The farm land was good. People moved in. Too many people. Find out why and how they raised the city. RL:6.5 More

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About Cullen Gwin

Cullen Gwin was born and raised in California and still makes it his home. He always loved writing, even as a youngster, and remembers when his mother would make his sisters listen to his latest creation around the dinner table. This event was always met by groans from his siblings.
Thankfully his writing has improved since then and it is much more welcome to his readers.

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