After suburban communities like Lake Forest, Winnetka and Evanston were established in the mid-19th century, the North Shore became a haven for summer visitors. But the North Shore’s engineered shoreline and man-made beaches have proved to be no match for Lake Michigan. Read the full story by the Pioneer Press.
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