History of the Chicago police
This text traces the inception of the Chicago police through the late 19th century. Discussions include a detailed account of the induction of a detective force and patrol service. This work was first published in 1887 and is an excellent source of material reflecting the history of the urban police department in general.
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From the Discovery of the Chicago Portage by Mar
The Events Leading up to and Culminating in
Chapter ITLFrom 1829 to 1837The Last Attempt of the Indians
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