Pullman National Monument


Diverse people whose stories intertwine here all sought opportunity. Some succeeded. Others were limited—by race, gender, economic status, or position. Their stories came together in the town of Pullman, a planned community famed for its urban design and architecture. Designed as a utopia—it was a place to provide workers with a safe community, a better standard of living, and free of social ills.






11141 S. Cottage Grove Avenue

Chicago, IL 60628


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