Chicago Bridge Dedicated to Earliest Settler

The Michigan Avenue Bridge in Chicago has been renamed after the son of a French pirate and Haitian slave, who established the first trading post there in 1779. Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable is considered by many to be a cultural, social

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and religious leader. lipitor He was born in the French colony of St. Dominique, Haiti, and attended catholic school in France before voyaging across to America, where after settling the in Chicago area he married a Potawatomi woman and became a high-ranking member of her tribe and the father of her two children. The northern end of the

bridge covers part of the Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable Homestead, where DuSable built his home in the 1780s. A dozen contraindications of celebrex or more civic organizations supported the renaming, which took place nexium over the counter on Friday.

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