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GI-278280-21
Fire! The Great Chicago Fire at 150
Erica Griffin, Chicago History Museum

Grant details: https://apps.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=GI-278280-21

City on Fire: Chicago 1871 (Web Resource)
Title: City on Fire: Chicago 1871
Author: Heidi Samuelson
Abstract: CHM created a digital hub for the 150th anniversary of the Great Chicago Fire. It includes an events calendar, educational resources, and more.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.chicago1871.org/about
Primary URL Description: Home page of City on Fire microsite, designed and managed by Chicago History Museum

The Great Fire's recovery embedded inequalities into Chicago's built environment (Article)
Title: The Great Fire's recovery embedded inequalities into Chicago's built environment
Author: Julius Jones
Abstract: A historian looks back on the city's rebirth after the destruction of 1871 and how monied interests worked to maintain divisions that still persist today.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.chicagobusiness.com/forum-ideas-chicago-fire/chicagos-post-great-fire-rebirth-maintained-inequalities
Access Model: Available without subscription
Format: Magazine
Publisher: Crain's Chicago Business

Chicago 00: 1871 Chicago Fire (Web Resource)
Title: Chicago 00: 1871 Chicago Fire
Author: Geoffrey Alan Rhodes
Author: Carl Smith
Abstract: This immersive resource provides a close look at a large (4'x40') painting of the Great Chicago Fire, created in 1891 as a study for a cyclorama attraction that was 10 times its size. Viewers can take a guided "tour" of the painting, exploring the important sites and overall geography of the fire.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://1871.chicago00.org/
Primary URL Description: Direct website for the 1871 Chicago Fire painting activation.

Virtual Field Trips for City on Fire! Chicago 1871 (Web Resource)
Title: Virtual Field Trips for City on Fire! Chicago 1871
Author: Chicago History Museum Staff
Abstract: CHM provides a number of off-site opportunities for students and teaching unable to travel to the galleries. The virtual learning opportunities are easily accessible on the Museum website.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: http://https://www.chicagohistory.org/education/field-trips/virtual-field-trips/


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