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The Tunnel Under the Lake - Sells, Benjamin
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Recounts the gripping story of how the young city of Chicago, under the leadership of an audacious engineer named Ellis Chesbrough, constructed a two-mile tunnel below Lake Michigan in search of clean water. Benjamin Sells narrates in vivid detail the exceptional skill and imagination it took to save this storied city from itself.

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Recounts the gripping story of how the young city of Chicago, under the leadership of an audacious engineer named Ellis Chesbrough, constructed a two-mile tunnel below Lake Michigan in search of clean water. Benjamin Sells narrates in vivid detail the exceptional skill and imagination it took to save this storied city from itself.
Autorenporträt
BENJAMIN SELLS is a writer and sailing captain who owns and operates one of Chicago's oldest sailing schools. He was a syndicated columnist and has written many articles and books on law and psychology, including The Soul of the Law, which was recently reissued in a twentieth-anniversary edition by the American Bar Association, as well as Order in the Court: Crafting a More Just World in Lawless Times (1999) and The Essentials of Style: A Handbook for Seeing and Being Seen (2007).