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Christian Miller, Jessica T, Tiffany Magana, E t h a n
The History of Lincoln Square
- Lincoln Square is a subdivision of
- People first began moving in around
- Electric street railways began running
through Lincoln Square in the 1890’s
- In 1978, the Chamber of Commerce
developed the Lincoln Square mall
- Rosehill is from the Victorian Era and
was built in 1864.
- It is the largest cemetery in Chicago.
- It was supposed to be named Roe’s Hill
after the individual who previously
owned the land but after a clerk’s error,
it was named Rosehill
The Neighborhood Statistics and Information
How to get there?
● Red Line, Granville station
● Stop at Lawrence
● Bus across the street
○ 81 towards Jefferson
park blue line
● Got off at damen, and were
then in Lincoln square.
Amy’s Candy Bar
Our first adventure...was a sweet time!
This was a cute
little candy shop. It
was very compact,
just like all the other
signature treat was
the sea salt
tasted great! We all
enjoyed a little
candy from there.
Home Sweet Home
Houses looked half modern, half old
Looked like they were just built
Part brick, part wood.
They looked really nice
Only a few looked like this
rest was wooden panelled houses.
Street Art is Neat Art !
Walking along the streets of Lincoln Square, we saw
many buildings that were covered with murals and
different paintings. These were created by artists so
the public could enjoy them as they travelled around
Our Next Adventure is… Out of This World!!! 🚀
Laurie’s Planet of Sound
Laurie’s Planet of Sound (4639 N Lincoln, Chicago, IL 60625) is a small shop
that sells and buys new and used vinyls, CDs, DVDs, and other vintage
media forms. The prominent feature of the store is the rows of vinyls,
full of all genres and artists, that stretch from the front to the back of
What else is in store….. Davis Theater
The Grind Cafe
Rolls n Bowls Sushi Bar &
It felt like an authentic Chicago experience, because it was like a mini city. The
suburbs are nothing like this area. Everything is a lot more small and compact, so it
felt like we were really in Chicago; the way people outside of Chicago think it really
It was a very nice little neighborhood, walking through it and seeing the smalls shops
just gave me a warm feeling and made me think of how glad I am to be so close to
so many nice areas.
I enjoyed this experience. When I thought of Chicago, I always thought of tall buildings
and busy streets. But being in this neighbourhood where there were many houses
and small shops gave me a new perspective on how diverse Chicago really is.
I really enjoyed going here. I loved how many small shops there
were and the sense of a small town it gave me. It had very
1) "About Rosehill Cemetery." Dignity Memorial. SCI Illinois Services, n.d. Web.
2) "About Lincoln Square and Ravenswood." About Us. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Oct. 2015.
3) "Rosehill Cemetery." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web. 12 Oct. 2015.
4) “What/Where/When.” Laurie’s Planet of Sound. Blogger. Web. 12 Oct. 2015.
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