Chicago's Southeast Side
Industrial History Map
1) 1880 North Chicago Rolling Mill 
     1928, 1935 Illinois Steel
2) 1974 U. S. Steel
3) 1960 Valvoline Oil 
4) 1997 Illinois Intl. Port District
5) 1897, 1928 Iroquois Iron & Steel
    1935 Youngstown Sheet & Tube
6) 1960 Connolly Slag Plant
7) 1990 Commonwealth Edison
8) 1928, 1974 People's Gas Light &    Coke
9) 1974 Commonwealth Edison Co.
10) 1940 South Chicago District Yard
11) 1974 Rail to water Transfer Yard
12) 1974 Chicago Block Co.
13) 1974 General Mills Co.
14) 1897 Calumet Iron & Steel
Cleveland Linseed Company
1928 Wisconsin Steel
1954, 1974 International Harvester
1980 Navistar
15) 1928 Riverside Iron
1954, 1974 Interlake Iron & Steel
16) 1928, 1935 Byproducts Coke Corp.
17) Great Lakes Carbon
18) 1928, 1935 Interstate Iron & Steel
1954, 1974 Republic Steel
19) 1930, 1995 Lever Brothers
20) 1906 Western Glucose Co.
1908, 1995 American Maize Products  ( Amaizo)
21) 1961, 1993 Keil Chemical Co.
22) 1944 South Deering Yard
23) 1960, 1974 Cargill 
24) 1897 Chappell Chemical Co.
1928 Calumet Refining Co.
1935 General Chemical Co.
25) 1974 Allied Chemical Co.
26) 1974 Globe Roofing Products
27) 1928, 1993 Ford Motor Co.
28) Allied Chemical Co. 
South of Map Area Shown
29) 1897 U. S. Car Co.
1935 Western Steel Car and Foundry
1993 Chicago Enterprise Center

The map depicts the dense concentration of heavy industry drawn to the region by the Calumet River. Dates refer to reference maps used not to dates related to individual companies.

Map courtesy of Keith Ryder Army Corps of Engineers
 
 


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