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1) Fiona's lace
An "exhaustive" account of the pivotal incident between "native-born Protestant Chicagoans who founded the city and newer German and Irish immigrants" (Bloomberg).In 1855, when Chicago's recently elected mayor Levi Boone pushed through a law forbidding the sale of alcohol on Sunday, the city pushed back. To the German community, the move seemed a deliberate provocation from Boone's stridently anti-immigrant Know-Nothing Party....
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