Fisk, Crawford coal plants had long history, as did battle to close them – Chicago Tribune

Fisk, Crawford coal plants had long history, as did battle to close them
Chicago Tribune
The day the Fisk plant began operating — Oct. 2, 1903, only a decade after electricity debuted at Chicago's World's Fair — some feared it might explode, including its financier, Samuel Insull, according to a "A Spirit Capable," a history of

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