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Space Mystery White Settlers Buried the Truth About the Midwest’s Mysterious Mound Cities - Pioneers and early archaeologists credited distant civilizations, not Native Americans, with building these sophisticated complexes Native American History, African History, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Des Plaines Illinois, White Settlers, Science And Technology News, City North, Central Illinois

White Settlers Buried the Truth About the Midwest’s Mysterious Mound Cities

Pioneers and early archaeologists credited distant civilizations, not Native Americans, with building these sophisticated complexes

115th Illinois Infantry Marker. Click for full size. Central Illinois, Metal Plaque, Markers, Fountain, War, Outdoor Decor, Sharpies, Water Fountains, Sharpie Markers

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115th Illinois Infantry Marker. Click for full size.

The lingering storm Tornado Watch, Kodak Gold, National Weather, Central Illinois, Wife And Kids, From Where I Stand, Extreme Weather, Taking Pictures, Fields

The lingering storm | Illinois Times

The afternoon of May 9, 1995, was clear, hot, and humid. A tornado watch had been issued, but Charles Bishop, an engineer at Garrett Aviation, continued to mow his lawn. At 4:45 p.m. he suddenl,News

 He is remembered as the law partner of Abraham Lincoln when he practiced law in Springfield, Illinois, prior to Lincoln's election as the US President. Lincoln Life, Abraham Lincoln, Travelers Rest, Cemetery Headstones, Harsh Words, Central Illinois, Stone Statues, Peaceful Places, Great Life

William Henry Herndon (1818-1891) - Find A Grave...

Lawyer. He is remembered as the law partner of Abraham Lincoln when he practiced law in Springfield, Illinois, prior to Lincoln's election as the 16th US President. The oldest son of a businessman, his family moved to Macon County, Illinois in 1820 and the following year they relocated to Sangamon County, Illinois and...

The Papers of Abraham Lincoln is a documentary editing project dedicated to identifying, imaging, transcribing, annotating, and publishing online all documents written by or to Abraham Lincoln during his lifetime (1809-1865). Central Illinois, Abraham Lincoln, Documentaries, Teaching, Writing, Paper, History, Historia, Education

Papers Of Abraham Lincoln

The Papers of Abraham Lincoln is a documentary editing project dedicated to identifying, imaging, transcribing, annotating, and publishing online all documents written by or to Abraham Lincoln during his lifetime (1809-1865).

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Samuel Walker Constant (1843-1938) - Find A Grave Memorial Memory Tree, Central Illinois, Grave Memorials, Find A Grave, Photo Location, Photo S, Memories, Memoirs, Souvenirs

Samuel Walker Constant (1843-1938) - Find A Grave...

Born in 27 Jun 1843 and died in 30 May 1938 Mechanicsburg, Illinois Samuel Walker Constant

parents were: Jonathan Davis (1775-1830) Susannah Pierce (1775-) Sister was: Nancy Davis (1804-1889) He was blacksmith in Loami and during the Civil war, he served as Major for Co B 30th Illinois Volunteer Infantry commanded under Colonel PB Fouke John Pierce, Jonathan Davis, Central Illinois, Grave Memorials, Find A Grave, Special Characters, Photo Location, Blacksmithing, Cemetery

Maj John Pierce Davis (1815-1905) - Find A Grave...

parents were: Jonathan Davis (1775-1830) Susannah Pierce (1775-) Sister was: Nancy Davis (1804-1889) He was blacksmith in Loami and during the Civil war, he served as Major for Co B 30th Illinois Volunteer Infantry commanded under Colonel PB Fouke

Reuben Grant Rose - Find A Grave Memorial Central Illinois, Grave Memorials, Find A Grave, Photo Location, Memories, Rose, Memoirs, Souvenirs, Pink

Reuben Grant Rose (1840-1887) - Find A Grave...

Reuben Grant Rose was the son of Charles Dorcey Rose and Dianna Lake Penston. Reuben married Mary Rice, March 11, 1859 in Wabash Co., Illinois. They divorced, April 6, 1864, Circ. Court Wabash Co., Petn. for Div. Chancery Court, Rueben vs Mary, she defaulted, not appearing, decree granted to him. Rec. B p508, Circ....

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Civil War Scrapbook - 115th Dedication-Chickamauga

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