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The Kinzie Family, and specifically John Kinzie, is credited with being one of the founding families of Chicago. John Kinzie purchased the farm of John Baptiste Point du Sable around 1800. He established a farm, trading post and silversmithy on the Chicago river, within sight of Fort Dearborn, which was built in 1803. Kinzie had a long and somewhat colorful life there, including being the first person tried for the crime of murdering his then partner Jean La Lime. His life become intricately tied to the region and native peoples that traded with him.
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