Slag Valley Chicago is one of the oldest slag camps in the United States, founded by John D. Horney in 1888.
Its history is long and varied, and its story can be traced to the 1880s and early 1900s, when a handful of Chicago slags and their families began making a living selling their products in the Chicago area.
In 1902, Horney, his family, and some of his customers purchased a farm and started farming in the slag area.
But, as they grew, they became more successful.
Houser, his wife, and daughter were soon busy selling their produce in other parts of the Midwest, including Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.
The family expanded their operation to the east coast, and by 1909, they had over 60 farms scattered across North America, all of which they had sold.
HOUSER & MARTIN, INC.
In the 1920s, Housers’ son, Harry, joined the family business.
In the mid-20th century, he founded Horney & Martin, Inc., and continued to sell the family’s products to businesses and individuals in the U.S. and abroad.
In 1963, HOUSERS was bought by H&M, which acquired Horney’s name.
Today, H&Ms brands include Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Tommy Hilfiger, Gucci bags, and more.
Slag Valley was originally a small community, and it was mostly residential and farmstead-based, according to a press release from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
It is now home to a thriving farm and ranching industry, which includes the Houshers, a large farm that also produces produce for local grocery stores.
Slag’s story is a complex one, and the history behind the term “slag” has been told many times before.
The term originated in 1854, when the U
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