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Maybe the house and situation have been causing you stress and you don’t even know where to begin. Even if you don’t know the first thing about selling a house, with or without an agent, we can help. When we buy your house, we take care of everything for you…and we don’t charge any fees or commissions!
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The site of present-day Waukegan was recorded as Riviere du Vieux Fort (“Old Fort River”) and Wakaygagh on a 1778 map by Thomas Hutchins. By the 1820s, the French name had become “Small Fort River” in English, and the settlement was known as “Little Fort”. The name “Waukegance” and then “Waukegan” (meaning “little fort”; cf. Potawatomi wakaigin “fort” or “fortress”) was created by John H. Kinzie and Solomon Juneau, and the new name was adopted in 1849.
Waukegan had an abolitionist community dating to these early days. In 1853, residents commemorated the anniversary of emancipation of slaves in the British Empire with a meeting. Waukegan arguably has the distinction of being the only place where Abraham Lincoln failed to finish a speech; when he campaigned in the town in 1860, a fire alarm rang, and the man soon-to-be president had his words interrupted.
Waukegan’s development began in many ways with the arrival of Washburn & Moen, a barbed-wire manufacturer that prompted both labor migration and land speculation beginning in 1891. Immigrants followed, mostly hailing from southeastern Europe and Scandinavia, with especially large groups from Sweden, Finland, and Lithuania. The town also became home to a considerable Armenian population. One member of this community, Monoog Curezhin, even became embroiled in an aborted plot to assassinate Sultan Abdul Hamid II, reviled for his involvement in massacres of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire. Curezhin lost two fingers on his right hand while testing explosives for this purpose in Waukegan in 1904.