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A Standard History Of Lake County, Indiana And The Calumet Region:Volume 1, William Frederick Howat, Hammond, Indiana, 1915 (40 MB)
A Standard History Of Lake County, Indiana And The Calumet Region:Volume 2, William Frederick Howat, Hammond, Indiana, 1915 (32.95 MB)
An Archeological Overview And Assessment Of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Dawn Bringelson, Jay T. Sturdevant, National Park Service, Midwest Archeological Center, October 2007 (3.72 MB)
Calumet Park Fieldhouse Landmark Designaion Report, City Of
Chicago Department of Planning and Development, Commission On Chicago
Landmarks, March 2006 (3.93 MB)
Calumet Region Historical Guide, The Works Progress Administration (WPA), Gary Board of Education, Gary Commercial Club, Gary Chamber of Commerce, 1939 (17.80 MB)
Canal Mania in Indiana, The Indiana Historian, June 1997 (694 KB)
Chicago's Southeast Side Industrial History, Rod Sellers,
Southeast Historical Society, March 2006 (2.26 MB)
Coastal Historic And Cultural Resources Study Of The Lake Michigan Watershed, Indiana Department of Natural Resources (INDNR),
Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology, 2000 (2.16 MB)
Early Peoples of Indiana, Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology, 2003 (2.40 MB)
History and Environmental Setting of the Grand Calumet River, U.S .
Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division, Lake Michigan Ecological Research Station, 2000 (3.66 MB)
Illinois Shipwrecks: The Past, the Present, and the Future, Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant Program, October 1992 (694 KB)
Iron and Steel Industry Of The Calumet District: A Study In Economic Geography, John B. Appleton PhD., University of Illinois Urbana,
June 1925 (7.01 MB)
The History of the Marktown Historic District, East Chicago, Indiana, Marktown Preservation Society, 2004 (492 KB)
The Illinois and Michigan Canal: A Study In Economic History , James William Putnam, University of Chicago, 1918 (2.45 MB)
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