Community Alerts

Where two off-duty Sauganash citizens marched to get back the Northwest Side trails, female police officers were attacked in separate incidents. Police are still looking for the suspect, and released a sketch of the attacker. He is described as a Hispanic man with a light...
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Neighborhood

This neighborhood is named after Billy Caldwell, also known as Sauganash (meaning “English talking”). The “Treaty Elm” which stood until the 1930s was initially used in the first and second authorities surveys of the reserve. Sauganash negotiated with the United States Of America for the...
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Halloween Event

Participate in the spook-tacular Halloween enjoyment at Sauganash Park! Wear your outfit, make some crafts, appreciate music, play games & win tiny prizes. Activity for the entire family. Thursday, October 31, 2013 From 4:00pm – 5:30pm Sauganash Park 5861 N. Kostner Ave. Chicago, IL 60646 (773) 685-6122 Fee:...
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History

Sauganash Park and its surrounding neighborhood bear the name of Potawatomi chief and early Chicagoan Sauganash (1780-1841), also known as Billy Caldwell. Born in Canada of a Wyandot Indian mother and an Irish father, Sauganash (“The Englishman”), was educated by Jesuit priests at the French...
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