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History Fact: Chicagoland
Origin: Chicago + land. Credit for placing the term in common use is generally give to Colonel Robert R. McCormck, editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune, first using it on page 1 of the July 27, 1926 issue, although it may have been coined much earlier.
The metropolitan area of Chicago, including parts of Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin.
The term "Windy City" came into common usage when it was popularized by New York City editor, Charles Dana, in The Sun during the bidding for the 1893 Columbian Exposition.
The city of Chicago has been known by many nicknames, but it is most widely recognized as the "Windy City".
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