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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Cook County, Illinois

 
Clickable Map of Cook County, Illinois and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Cook County, IL (219) DuPage County, IL (22) Kane County, IL (45) Lake County, IL (61) McHenry County, IL (36) Will County, IL (109) Lake County, IN (11) Porter County, IN (29) Berrien County, MI (71)  CookCounty(219) Cook County (219)  DuPageCounty(22) DuPage County (22)  KaneCounty(45) Kane County (45)  LakeCounty(61) Lake County (61)  McHenryCounty(36) McHenry County (36)  WillCounty(109) Will County (109)  LakeCountyIndiana(11) Lake County (11)  PorterCounty(29) Porter County (29)  BerrienCountyMichigan(71) Berrien County (71)
Adjacent to Cook County, Illinois
    DuPage County (22)
    Kane County (45)
    Lake County (61)
    McHenry County (36)
    Will County (109)
    Lake County, Indiana (11)
    Porter County, Indiana (29)
    Berrien County, Michigan (71)
 
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GEOGRAPHIC SORT
1Illinois (Cook County), Arlington Heights — 116 W. Euclid
2Illinois (Cook County), Arlington Heights — 609 N. Dunton
3Illinois (Cook County), Berwyn — A Road Well Traveled — The Ogden Avenue Corridor
4Illinois (Cook County), Berwyn — Arthur J. Dunham Centennial Home
5Illinois (Cook County), Berwyn — Automobile Love Affair — A Traveling Showroom
6Illinois (Cook County), Berwyn — Berwyn, Illinois — Welcome to Route 66 Illinois
7Illinois (Cook County), Berwyn — Cruising the Strip — Route 66 on Ogden Avenue
8Illinois (Cook County), Berwyn — Eating on the Run — Fast Food on Ogden Avenue
9Illinois (Cook County), Berwyn — World War I Memorial
10Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — “Hubbard’s Folly”
11Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — “Rites of Spring” — Milton Horn (1906-1995) — Sculptor —
12Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — (Former) Marshfield Trust and Savings Bank — William Gibbons Uffendell, architect — 1924 —
13Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — 1877 Keystone from City Hall Building
14Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — 333 North Michigan Building — Holabird & Root, Architect — 1928 —
15Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — 910 South Michigan — Built 1911 — Architect: Marshall and Fox —
16Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Aaron Montgomery Ward Gardens — In Grant Park — “Forever Open, Clear and Free” —
17Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Abandoned Shoreline of Lake Michigan
18Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Abraham Lincoln Monument — Augustus Saint-Gaudens, sculptor; Stanford White, architect — 1887 —
19Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Alexander Robinson
20Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool
21Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool — Alfred Caldwell, landscape architect — 1936-38 —
22Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool
23Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Allan Pinkerton — Graceland Cemetery, Chicago IL
24Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — American Book Company Building — Nelson Max Dunning, architect — 1912 —
25Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Auditorium Building — Adler and Sullivan, architects — 1889 —
26Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Augustus Garrett
27Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Bataan- Corregidor Memorial Bridge
28Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Battery A Chicago Light Artillery — 1861 — 1865 — Rosehill Cemetery —
29Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Battle of Fort Dearborn — August 15, 1812
30Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Blackstone Hotel — Marshall & Fox, architects — 1910 —
31Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Brooks Building — Chicago Landmark
32Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Camp Douglas
33Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Carbide and Carbon Building — Burnham Brothers Inc., architect — 1929 —
34Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Catherine and Jean-Baptiste Point du Sable — Fur traders and farmers — Chicago Tribute —
35Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Catholic Cemetery — Hidden Truths — The Chicago City Cemetery and Lincoln Park, Then and Now —
36Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Central Station Fragments
37Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Charles N. Loucks House — Clarence H. Tabor, architect 1889 — Chicago Landmark —
38Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Charles R. Walgreen Sr.
39Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Chicago & North Western Railway Powerhouse — Foster & Granger, architects — 1909-1911 —
40Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Chicago Board of Trade Battery — July 1862 — July 1865 — Rosehill Cemetery —
41Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Chicago Remembers
42Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Chicago River
43Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Chicago Water Tower — 1869 – 1969
44Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Churchill Corner
45Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — City Cemetery — Hidden Truths — The Chicago City Cemetery and Lincoln Park, Then and Now —
46Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Claude Seymour Reebie — Oct. 5, 1922 • March 25, 1951 — In Memory Of —
47Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Co. B. 1st Reg. Ill. L't Artillery. — Rosehill Cemetery
48Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Columbia Yacht Club — Founded 1892
49Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Confederate Mound Monument
50Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Continental and Commercial Bank Building — D.H. Burnham & Co. ; Graham, Anderson Probst & White, architects — 1914 —
51Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Couch Tomb — Hidden Truths — The Chicago City Cemetery and Lincoln Park, Then and Now —
52Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Couch Tomb
53Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Crane Company Building — Built 1913
54Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Dearborn Street — Chicago Cultural Walk
55Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — DeWitt Clinton Cregier
56Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Douglas Plaza — Site of Civil War Camp Douglas — 1861-65 —
57Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Earl Seymour Wharton Reebie — Dec. 13, 1918 • June 26, 1944 — In Memory Of —
58Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — 2 — Early Prominent Residents of Old Town (#2)
59Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Edison Park World War I Memorial
60Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Emil Bach House — Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect — 1915 —
61Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Eternal Flame Memorial
62Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Eugene Williams Memorial — Dedicated to All the Victims of the Race Riot That Began Near This Place
63Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Fairbanks Morse & Company Building
64Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Firefighters Memorial
65Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — First Jewish House of Worship
66Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — First Post Office
67Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Florsheim Shoe Company Building — Alfred S. Alschuler, architect • 1924-26 — Chicago Landmark —
68Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Former Site of the “Zum Deutschen Eck” Restaurant
69Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Fort Dearborn
70Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Frances E. Willard — Sept. 28 1839 • Feb. 17 1898
71Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Gauler Twin Houses — Walter Burley Griffin, Architect — 1906 —
72Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — George B. Armstrong — Rosehill Cemetery
73Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — George Pullman — Industrialist 1831-1897 — Chicago Tribute —
74Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — George S. Bangs — Died November 17, 1877
75Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Getty Tomb — Adler and Sullivan, architects • 1890 — Chicago Landmark —
76Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Grant Park — Buckingham Fountain — Architect: Bennett, Parsons and Frost • Engineer: Jacques Lambert • Sculptor: Marcel Franηois Layau —
77Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Graves Family Monument
78Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Great World War — 1917 – 1918
79Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Green Bay Road
80Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Harold Washington — 1924-1987 — Mayor Of The C1ty Of Chicago —
81Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Henry B. Clarke House — 1836
82Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Henry Gerber House — 1885 — Chicago Landmark —
83Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Hidden Truths — The Chicago City Cemetery and Lincoln Park, Then and Now
84Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Hotel Somerset
85Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Hotel St. Benedict Flats — James J. Egan, architect — 1882-83 —
86Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Illinois & Michigan Canal — National Heritage Corridor
87Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Indian Boundary Park — 1916
88Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Indian Boundary Village
89Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Jack Brickhouse — Hall of Fame Broadcaster — 1917-1998 —
90Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Jane Addams' Hull House
91Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Jane Addams' Hull-House and Dining Hall — Settlement active from 1889 to 1963
92Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Jean Baptiste Beaubien
93Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Jean-Baptiste Pointe DuSable — 1745-1818 — Founder of Chicago —
94Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — John A. "Jack" Johnson — 1878 - 1946
95Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — John A. Logan
96Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — John J. Glessner House — Henry Hobson Richardson, Architect — 1887 —
97Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — John Peter Altgeld — Citizen, Volunteer Soldier, Lawyer, Judge, Orator — Governor of Illinois —
98Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Joseph R. Scott — Col. 19th Regt. Ill. Volunteer Infantry — February 2 1838 - July 8 1863 —
99Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Juvenile Court of Cook County Building — Huehl + Schmid, Architects
100Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Kennison Boulder Monument

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