Chicago History is a mini television series premiered on Frequency television that tells chronicles of how the city of Chicago effected other parts of the nation and/or the world. Choosing a variety of specific topics that can educate students and others on how Chicago events changed the outlook of society.
Episode 3: The Great Chicago Fire - Was one of history's most devastating events. But did this fire reinvent the city and made it what it is in today's society. A look inside from interviewees Chicago Historian Dominic Pacyga and Chicago Architecture Associate Jason Nieces to give their expertise on this event.
This documentary produced for the Big Ten Network examines the array of architectural styles present on Northwestern's Evanston and Chicago campuses, which reflect the evolution of American architecture and the changing needs of the university.
Written, shot and produced by Matt Paolelli
Narrated by Brendan Cosgrove