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the Museology Class
South Deering Residential Architecture
South Deering 
Architecture
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Block History 10800 Hoxie
Chart History 10800 Hoxie
CNT Chart 10800 Hoxie
Trumbull Park Homes
 
10800 Block of Hoxie Avenue
Block History

     The 10800 block of Hoxie is typical of the architecture in early South Deering.  Most of the  residents were employed at nearby Wisconsin Steel.  The most common styles of housing were worker's cottages and two and three flats.  To the south are several industrial operations including the Interlake (later Acme) Steel Coke Plant.  Nearby to the south and also to the west are some wet land areas that are very popular with birders. 
 
 










Click on the links at the left to tour residential architecture of 
South Deering.


 
 
Chicago
Teachers' Center
National Endowment for the Humanities
Northeastern 
Illinois University