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The neutrality of this article is disputed. Please see the discussion on the talk page. Please do not remove this message until the dispute is resolved. (September 2009) This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (September 2009) Burnside —  Community area  — Community Area 47 - Burnside Location within the city of Chicago Coordinates: 41°43.8′N 87°36′W / 41.73°N 87.6°W / 41.73; -87.6Coordinates: 41°43.8′N 87°36′W / 41.73°N 87.6°W / 41.73; -87.6 Country United States State Illinois County Cook City Chicago Neighborhoods list Burnside Area  - Total 0.6 sq mi (1.61 km2) Population (2000)  - Total 3,294  - Density 5,299/sq mi (2,046/km2)   population down 0.60% from 1990 Demographics  - White 1.21%  - Black 96.5%  - Hispanic 0.03%  - Asian 0.21%  - Other 2.00% Time zone CST (UTC-6)  - Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5) ZIP Codes parts of 60619 Median income $41,056 Source: U.S. Census, Record Information Services Burnside is one of the 77 official community areas of Chicago, Illinois, and is located on the city's south side. This area is also called by locals, "The Triangle", as it is bordered by railroad tracks on every side; the Illinois Central on the west, the Rock Island on the south and the New York Central on the east. Originally considered part of Roseland and the Chatham communities, it was distinguished as one of the 77 Chicago communities when the University of Chicago established its official map of Chicago communities. The area was mostly undeveloped swamp land north of Lake Calumet until after the American Civil War. The Illinois Central Railroad (ICRR) built the Burnside Station at 95th street and named it after Ambrose Burnside, a Civil War general and official of the ICRR. By the 1890s, the ICRR began construction of a roundhouse and repair shop at 95th and South Park Boulevard on what is now the site of Chicago State University. Developer W. V. Jacobs purchased the land in the triangle and began building residential homes. The area was settled by predominantly Hungarian, Polish, Italian and Ukrainian immigrants. Factory jobs were plentiful at the nearby Burnside Shops as well as Pullman Company, Burnside Steel Mill and other nearby factories. Following World War II, the area's population makeup included a growing number of African-Americans. This was one of several transformations that this working class neighborhood would undergo. Burnside's fortunes began to change in the 1960s when industry patterns lead to economic decline. Nearby steel mills were shuttered. The Pullman Company scaled back production and eventually closed for good in 1981. Skyrocketing crime rates, gang violence and urban decay forced long time residents and businesses to move away, a phenomenon referred to locally as white flight. External links Official City of Chicago Burnside Community Map Community Map v · d · eCity of Chicago Chicago metropolitan area · State of Illinois · United States of America Architecture · Beaches · Climate · Colleges and Universities · Community areas · Culture · Demographics · Economy · Flag · Freeways · Geography · Government · History · Landmarks · Literature · Media · Music · Neighborhoods · Parks · Public schools · Skyscrapers · Sports · Theatre · Transportation Category · Portal v · d · eCommunity areas of Chicago Far North side Rogers Park · West Ridge · Uptown · Lincoln Square · Edison Park · Norwood Park · Jefferson Park · Forest Glen · North Park · Albany Park · O'Hare · Edgewater North side North Center · Lake View · Lincoln Park · Avondale · Logan Square Northwest side Portage Park · Irving Park · Dunning · Montclare · Belmont Cragin · Hermosa Central, Near North, and Near South side Near North Side · The Loop · Near South Side West and Near West side Humboldt Park · West Town · Austin · West Garfield Park · East Garfield Park · Near West Side · North Lawndale · South Lawndale · Lower West Side Southwest side Garfield Ridge · Archer Heights · Brighton Park · McKinley Park · New City · West Elsdon · Gage Park · Clearing · West Lawn · Chicago Lawn · West Englewood · Englewood South side Armour Square · Douglas · Oakland · Fuller Park · Grand Boulevard · Kenwood · Washington Park · Hyde Park · Woodlawn · South Shore · Bridgeport · Greater Grand Crossing Far Southwest side Ashburn · Auburn Gresham · Beverly · Washington Heights · Mount Greenwood · Morgan Park Far Southeast side Chatham · Avalon Park · South Chicago · Burnside · Calumet Heights · Roseland · Pullman · South Deering · East Side · West Pullman · Riverdale · Hegewisch Chatham, Chicago Avalon Park, Chicago Calumet Heights, Chicago    Burnside, Chicago     Roseland, Chicago Pullman, Chicago South Deering, Chicago