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Chandler Park

Detroit's Chandler Park is about to turn 100 years old. Here are five facts you may not know about the Detroit landmark.
Chandler Park is named after former Detroit Mayor Zachariah Chandler. Chandler, a vocal anti-slavery activist, also served in the U.S. Senate from 1857-1875.
In the 1800’s, Chandler Park belonged to Grosse Pointe. It was later annexed to the city of Detroit in 1917.
During World War II, portions of the park were used as housing for veterans.
Chandler Park hosted bike races and parades from the early 1940’s - mid-1960’s.
The size of the park was originally 229.6 acres but is now about 201 acres. (Part of the park was taken away due to freeway construction in the 1950’s)

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