Pullman

Youth Push for Pullman on Capitol Hill

Earlier this month, NPCA and its supporters met with members of Congress to discuss creating Chicago’s first national park in […]

One Step Closer to Chicago’s First National Park

Today, just days after the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday, Congress is one step closer to preserving a Chicago […]

The clock tower and administration building in the Pullman Historic District in the 19th century.

Labor Day Has Its Roots in Chicago’s Historic Pullman Neighborhood

With the Labor Day holiday approaching, have you ever wondered why it exists? Long before the backyard family get-togethers and […]

Advocates working to establish a national park in Chicago enjoy the Lowell National Historical Park in Massachusetts.

Park Advocates in Chicago See Future Possibilities in the Past at Lowell, Massachusetts

Chicago’s south side is home to some of America’s most fascinating and important stories. The Pullman Historic District is where, […]

Buffalo soldiers of the 25th Infantry, some wearing buffalo robes, Ft. Keogh, Montana

Three New Opportunities to Share Black History in Our National Parks

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Black history and the African-American narrative comprise an essential chapter in our country’s shared heritage and culture. Nearly 30 of our […]