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|Description||Caption: "The Chicago River formerly emptied into Lake Michigan, but with the digging of the drainage canal, the current was reversed and the waters now find their way into the Mississippi, much to the disgust of St. Louis, transforming the once ill-smelling stream into a clean river. It is narrow and deep, but easily entered by the largest lake steamers. The question of lowering the street car tunnels which pass under the river, to obtain a still greater depth, has been an issue at several city elections."|
|Link to the Full-Text||http://hdl.handle.net/10111/UIUCOCA:chicago00lhne|
|Repository||University of Illinois at Chicago|
|Author of the Book||L. H. Nelson Company|