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It has been said that Chicago was a port long before it became a city; that is true, if one considers the city’s position at the confluence of the Chicago River and Lake Michigan and as a waterway for the Indians who delivered pelts from the backwoods by canoe to trade for finished goods brought in along the lake to the first settlers.
Chicago, The Entrance to the Chicago River looking West, in 1876
by John Stobart

John Stobart - Chicago, The Entrance to the Chicago River looking West, in 1876
This Piece has been Signed by John Stobart

  • Signed by the Artist
  • Paper Lithograph
  • Limited Edition
  • 750 S/N
  • 18 3/8 x 31 1/4
  • Price: $1200.00

It has been said that Chicago was a port long before it became a city; that is true, if one considers the city’s position at the confluence of the Chicago River and Lake Michigan and as a waterway for the Indians who delivered pelts from the backwoods by canoe to trade for finished goods brought in along the lake to the first settlers.

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