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Chicago Demographics

The population of Chicago is estimated at 2,896,016
There are 1,061,928 households within the city limits
The average income per household is $45,505
People who live in Chicago may use one of the following area codes: 312, 773, 847 (Find any phone number in Chicago here)

Famous People Who Have Lived in Chicago

Oprah Winfrey, Harrison Ford, Walt Disney, Frances McDormand, Pat Sajak, Jack Benny, John Belushi, Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey, Hugh Hefner, Jennifer Hudson, Bill Murray, Jeremy Piven, Mr. T, Vince Vaughn, Orson Welles, Bob Newhart, Robin Williams, Raquel Welch, Nat King Cole, Sam Cooke, Bo Diddley, Benny Goodman, Buddy Guy, Dick Butkus, Harry Caray, Mike Ditka, Dorothy Hamill, Michael Jordan, Jim McMahon, Walter Payton, Scottie Pippen, Abraham Lincoln, Barack Obama, John Ashcroft, Hilary Rodham Clinton, Jesse Jackson, Donald Rumsfeld, Al Capone, John Dillinger, John Wayne Gacy

Chicago History - Important Notes

In 1893 the city of Chicago had the honor of hosting the World's Columbian Exposition Fair which brought in more than 27 million visitors.

Chicago was home to several notorious gangsters in the 1920's, including the infamous Al Capone. Although they were dangerous killers, many people admired and respected them for their stands against Prohibition and other laws that were thought of as unjust.

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Things to do in Chicago

Visit and help restore the famous Buckingham Fountain.
Test your bravery and get a unique view of Chicago at the Skydeck.
See the local sports teams: Bears (Football), Blackhawks (Hockey), Bulls (Basketball) , Cubs (Baseball), Wolves (Hockey), and White Sox (Baseball)
Enjoy a day at Six Flags Great America.
Spend a day at the Shedd Aquarium.

Important Addresses & Phone Numbers in Chicago

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International Visitors Center
O'Hare Intl Airport
Depaul University
Buckingham Fountain
Soldier Field
Chicago Cubs Baseball Club
Millennium Park
Dearborn Station
Jackson Park Golf Course
Chicago Cultural Center


820 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611
10000 Bessie Coleman Dr, Chicago, IL 60666
1 E Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL 60604
1001 S Columbus Dr, Chicago, IL 60605
1410 S Museum Campus Dr, #2, Chicago, IL 60605
1060 W Addison St, Chicago, IL 60613
55 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60602
47 W Polk St, #M11, Chicago, IL 60605
6401 S Richard Dr, Chicago, IL 60637
78 E Washington St, Chicago, IL 60602

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About Chicago

Jean Baptiste Pointe du Sable is credited as being the first non-native settler in the Chicago area during the 1780's. More settlers soon followed, but it wasn't until 1833 that the town was officially incorporated with a total population of about 200 people. Four years later Chicago was granted a city charter, and the area began to experience a tremendous growth spurt.

By 1871 Chicago had become a large city, but much of it was destroyed in a fire that left nearly 1/3 of the residents without homes. Following the fire, the city faced a then-unprecedented amount of growth for nearly 3 decades. By 1900 the population had reached a staggering 1.7 million and was on its way to becoming one of the most well-known cities in the United States.