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City of Naperville, Illinois
Naperville was founded in 1831 by Joseph Naper. The city was established by the banks of the dupage river, and was originally known as Naper’s Settlement. By 1832, over 100 residents lived in Naper’s Settlement. In 1839, after Dupage County was split from Cook County, Naperville became the county seat, which would be held until 1868. Beginning in the 1960s, Naperville experienced a significant population increase as a result of Chicago’s urban sprawl.
Naperville is home to Moser Tower and Millennium Carillon. It is one of the four largest carillons in the world. Naperville is also home to an extensive parks and forest preserve network, including places such as Centennial Beach. Naperville has two school districts, 203 and 204. Naperville also has media outlets, like NCTV17. Naperville has a train station that is served by Amtrak and Metra.
Before any settlement, Naperville was home to Native American tribes. In 1641, the first Caucasian contact with Native Americans in in Illinois was made with members of the Iliniwek tribe. The Iliniwek tribe was the predominant tribe throughout Illinois at that time. The Iliniwek were later forced out of the land by the Potawatomi tribe. Potawatomi’s inhabited Naperville at the time when the first settlers moved in.
- Area: (102.06 km2)
- Weather: -10 °C 1 KMPH Humidity 78%
- Population: 149,540