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The Chicago History Journal

Best History Blog

Best History Blog

Nominated for the Best History Blog is The Chicago History Journal. The Nominator of this site who admits to being a history buff had these words to say “I am a history buff from way back when and when i discovered this blog, I just had to read it. This site as the name says, deal with the History of Chicago and i feel that people will be impressed with the detail as well as some awesome pictures.”

Chicago may not be your hometown and maybe you have never been there but it is a very interesting and unique city. The BlogNet Awards Team found this site to be extremely beneficial in giving the history of Chicago. In doing a blog review you will find several articles on politics and all are very interesting. There is an Al Cappone Museum as well as information about cartoonist John T. McCutcheon. His cartoons go back over 100 years ago and cover an era that no longer exists, covering subjects like bank failures, crooked politicians and anti war sentiments. Good site for anyone wanting to learn the history of this major U.S. city.

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*Editors Note – We have noted that the author of this site is taking a bit of a break from writing, but this blog is an active site and I am sure that when they get back, your votes and comments will inspired them to keep up the great work they have done so far

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  2. By dragonblogger on Aug 19, 2009 | Reply

    Really clever concept to devote a blog to a city history, nice articles, imagery and easy to read.

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