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Morgan Park, Illinois

Morgan Park, located on the far south side of the city of Chicago, Illinois, United States, is one of the city’s 77 official community areas.

Morgan Park is located south of the Beverly neighborhood and shares a border at 107th St. with Beverly on the north, Halsted St. (north of 115th St.) and Ashland Ave. (south of 115th St.) on the east, 119th St. on the south, and (roughly) California Ave. on the west, and includes Mount Greenwood Cemetery. Beverly and Morgan Park share the same ZIP code. The community was initially settled in the mid-19th century and known as North Blue Island because of its geographic relationship to the already established settlement of Blue Island to the south and because of its position on the blue island ridge. Thomas Morgan became the area’s largest landholder[6] when he purchased all of the property between what is today 91st St. on the north, 119th St. on the south, Western Avenue on the west, and roughly Vincennes Ave. to the east. Morgan was born in Surrey, England, and came to the United States in 1843, briefly settling in Albany, New York. He was the son of a London banker and was left a large fortune by his father which he used to establish himself on the ridge in 1844. Here he cleared trees and operated a cattle and sheep ranch for the next quarter of a century. Morgan’s son Henry was for a time the village president of Hyde Park before that community was annexed to the City of Chicago in 1889.[7] In 1869, the Blue Island Land and Building Company purchased three thousand acres of this property from the Morgan family and laid out streets, planted thousands of trees,[8] and built houses for those who were attracted to the bucolic atmosphere of the new community. The goal of the organization was to create a suburban community “..free from smoke and other nuisances that [were] becoming more and more intolerable in the city”.[9]

 

 

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