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5 miles per hour. The following year Frank developed a second car that contained a more powerful two–cylinder engine. It was this car he drove in America’s first automobile race held in Chicago, Illinois. In November 1895, Thanksgiving Day, six motor cars left Chicago’s Jackson Park for a 54 mile race to Evanston, Illinois and back through the snow. 3 miles per hour, and he took home a prize of $2,000. Charles Duryea founded the Duryea Motor Wagon Company in 1896, the first company to manufacture and sell gasoline–powered vehicles to the public.

Poetry introduces each letter topic, followed by littleknown facts and in-depth details. Buckingham Memorial Fountain majestically lit in the dark is the centerpiece of a well-known P, Chicago’s beloved Grant Park. Proudly referred to as Chicago’s “front yard,” Grant Park is among the city’s loveliest and most prominent parks. The park was named for Ulysses S. Grant, 18th president of the United States. The site of three worldclass museums–the Art Institute, the Field Museum, and the Shedd Aquarium–the park, which covers about 300 acres, hosts many notable concerts and events.

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