Checagon - place of smelly onion. Despite its foul odors, westbound settlers saw potential along the banks of the Chicago River, and by mid-1800s the small town had grown into a burgeoning commercial center. Millions immigrants were looking for job here and found it in heavy industry.
I visited here a large The Field Museum devoted to nature, local Native Americans and Egypt. Every time a challenge exhibition is here. Just next is Shedd Aquarium.