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Waukegan is on the shore of Lake Michigan, about 11 miles (18 km) south of the border with Wisconsin and 35 miles (56 km) north of downtown Chicago, at an elevation of about 715 feet (218 m) above sea level.
Waukegan is located within the humid continental climate zone (Köppen: Dfa) with warm and hot summers, and cold and snowy winters.
Waukegan arguably has the distinction of being the only place where Abraham Lincoln failed to finish a speech; when he campaigned in the town in 1860, a fire alarm rang, and the man soon-to-be president had his words interrupted.
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31.0% are Catholic, 8.9% are another Christian faith, 3.2% are Lutheran, 2.7% are Jewish, 1.9% are Baptist, 1.5% are Methodist 1.4% affiliates with Islam, 0.8% are Episcopalian 0.6%, are Pentecostal,1.6% are Presbyterian, 0.5% are Church of Jesus Christ, and 0.1% are of eastern faith.
According to Waukegan's 2018 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, The lakefront and harbor plan calls for most industrial activity to be removed, except for the Midwest Generation power plant and North Shore wastewater treatment facilities.
The construction of the Chicago and Milwaukee Railway through Waukegan by 1855 stimulated the growth and rapid transformation and development of the city's industry, so much that nearly one thousand ships were visiting Waukegan harbor every year.
One member of this community, Monoog Curezhin, even became embroiled in an aborted plot to assassinate Sultan Abdul Hamid II, reviled for his involvement in massacres of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire.
The police were not always so willing to protect Waukegan's citizens.