- When the Pottwattamie Indians gave up what is now Chicago's North Side to the U.S. government in 1816, it is unlikely that they foresaw the diversity that would spring up in their stead. The Historical Society is a tribute to this diversity. Mary Jo Doyle, executive director, says that the Society reflects a community where 77 languages are spoken in the local schools.
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