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"The history of Randolph county, Illinois, including old Kaskaskia Island" Portrait and biographical record of Randolph, Jackson, Perry and Monroe counties, Illinois. Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens ... the presidents of the United States, and the governors of the state of Illinois Combined history of Randolph, Monroe and Perry counties, Illinois . With illustrations descriptive of their scenery and biographical sketches of some of their prominent men and pioneers Historic Sites and Scenes in Randolph County, Illinois: Old Kaskaskia, the Drowned City; Fort Gage and the Traces of Old Fort Chartres, near Prairie Du Rocher. The Kaskaskia Commons and the Recent Decision of the Illinois Supreme Court (Volume 4)
Illinois and Randolph County: Address Delivered at Chester, Illinois, July 4, 1918 (July 1, 1918) (Volume 11) A directory, business mirror, and historical sketches of Randolph County The church book of Evangelical Lutheran St. Mark's Congregation in Steeleville, Randolph County, IL, 1875-1915 Glimpses of Prairie du Rocher, its history from 1722 to 1942 intimately linked with that of Randolph County and of the state of Illinois
Memoirs of a French village : a chronicle of old Prairie du Rocher, 1722-1972 Excavations at the Laurens Site : probable location of Fort de Chartres I John Rice Jones : a brief sketch of the life and public career of the first practising lawyer in Illinois ; Rice Jones : a brief memoir of the last representative of Randolph county in the General Assembly of Indiana Territory, and the victim of an historical tragedy of early Illinois Early Kaskaskia Settlers ref."In the "American State Papers,
Public Lands," Vol. 2, pp 132-4, is a
statement, dated Kaskaskia, Dec. 31, 1809
Randolph Co IL Census Randolph Co. Libraries The Finding Of The Kaskaskia Records, pgs 27 to 31 Randolph Co IL Newspapers at the Abraham Lincoln Lib.
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