1871 Is The Future of Chicago Innovation

On October 8, 1871 Chicago’s dry weather, high winds and abundance of wooden buildings were no match for a small barn fire, rumoured to be sparked by a cow knocking over an oil lamp. That small fire raged through the city, burning four square miles of the downtown core, $200 million in damage and 300 lives lost. What … Continue reading 1871 Is The Future of Chicago Innovation