HISTORY SECTION

One - Southern Illinois Geology
Two - Resources of Southern Illinois
Three - Indians And Prehistoric Peoples
Four - Discoveries And Explorations
Five - Permanent Settlements in Illinois
Six - Louisiana And Illinois 1732-1777
Seven - Clarks's Conquest of the Illinois Country
Eight - Illinois County And the Northwest Territory
Nine - As A Part Of Indiana Territory Indians & Slavery
Ten - Illinois 1809-1812 - War of 1812
Eleven - Approaching Statehood - Counties - Banks & Banking
Twelve - Illinois Becomes a State - Constitutional Convention
Thirteen - Illinois Under Governor Bond - In the New Capital
Fourteen - Administration Of Governor Coles - Slavery Issue
Fifteen - Ninian Edwards, Governor Of Illinois - Winnebago War
Sixteen - Kaskaskia And Cahokia - Peoria And Galena
Seventeen - How Governor Reynolds Was Elected - Black Hawk War
Eighteen - Governor Joseph Duncan - Capitol Moved to Springfield
Nineteen - Martyrdom Of Lovejoy - Agitation By Abolitionists
Twenty - Illinois From 1838 To 1846 - ”Tippecanoe And Tyler Too”
Twenty-One - Mexican War - Mormons - Illinois Central Railroad
Twenty-Two - Gov. Joel Matteson - Slavery Agitation -Canal Scrip Fraud
Twenty-Three - First Republican Governor - Period Of Political Unrest
Twenty-Four - Lincoln-Douglas Debate At Jonesboro - Replies of Both
Twenty-Five - Election 1858 - Meetings At Centralia - 1860 Campaign
Twenty-Six - War History (1861-1898) - Spanish-American War
Twenty-Seven - Peace - RR Strike Of 1870 - World's Fair
Twenty-Eight - Journalism - Slavery Question - Oldtime Editors
Twenty-Nine - Early River Boats - Pioneer Trails & Roads - Nat'l Road
Thirty - Education - 1st Public Schools - State Law Of 1855
Thirty-One - Agricultural College - Life Goes Out In 1879
Thirty-Two - Private Schools - Shiltrtlepf College - McKendree & Ewing Colleges
Thirty-Three - Southern Illinois College - Herald Of Truth - Closed In 1870
Thirty-Four - State Teachers Association - Southern Ill. Normal  Univ.
Thirty-Five - Banks And Banking - Financial Complications - Nat'l Banks
Thirty-Six -Agricultural Resources - Number, Size And Price Of Farms

INDIVIDUAL COUNTY INFORMATION

Thirty-Seven - Alexander - Thebes & Cairo - Alexander in War
Thirty-Eight - Bond - Cox Massacre - Slavery Issue
Thirty-Nine - Clark - Marshall & National Road - Famous Men
Forty - Clay - 1840-1850 - Founding Of Churches - Towns
Forty-One - Clinton - Carlyle in 1818 - Judge Sidney Breese
Forty-Two - Crawford - Lamott - Hutson Attack - Agriculture, RR & Oil
Forty-Three - Cumberland - County Seat Changes - Newspapers & RR
Forty-Four - Edwards - English Prairie - Clay Products Manufactured
Forty-Five - Effingham - Ewington - Teutopolis—Land Values
Forty-Six - Fayette - First Capitol At Vandalia - Perryville - Ernest
Forty-Seven - Franklin - Cave Twp - Slaves & Land - Benton, County Seat
Forty-Eight - Gallatin - First Whites - Land Of Floods And Levees - Wilsons - Poseys
Forty-Nine - Hamilton - Judge Stelle - Rector Massacred! - McLeansboro
Fifty - Hairdin - Lead Mines And Towns - First Settlers - Cave-In-The-Rock
Fifty-One - Jackson - Settled Early 1900's - Salt Industries Begun - Coal Mining
Fifty-Two - Jasper - Newton, County Seat - Population & Villages
Fifty-Three - Jefferson - Mt. Vernon County Seat - Military - Judiciary
Fifty-Four - Johnson - Ag & Stock Farms - Slavery - Major A. J. Kuykendall
Fifty-Five - Lawrence - French - Snow & Milk Sickness - Towns - Oil & Gas Wells
Fifty-Six - Marion - Wm. J. Bryan - J. S. Martin - Salem & Centralia - Oil
Fifty-Seven - Massac - Fort Massac - Brookport - Joppa -Drainage - Agriculture
Fifty-Eight - Monroe -First Settlers - Schools & Slaves - Early Residents
Fifty-Nine - Perry - Pioneers - Pinckneyville County Seat - 1st Circuit Court
Sixty - Pope - Sarahville - Educational & Social - Great Medicine Water
Sixty-One - Pulaski - Mound City - Caledonia - Union Block Hospital
Sixty-Two - Randolph - Kaskaskia - Slave County - County Seat Moves - Fort Gage
Sixty-Three - Richland - Elijah Nelson & Roswell Park - Early Settlers - Civil War
Sixty-Four - St. Clair - Early Settlements - German Immigration - Charles Dickens
Sixty-Five - Pioneers - Raleigh - Civil War - Old Stone Fort - Carrier Mills
Sixty-Six - Union - 1st Settlers - Willard & Hacker Families - Mineral Springs
Sixty-Seven - Wabash - First Settlers - 3 Forts - Wabash & Mt. Carmel
Sixty-Eight - Washington - County Seats - Nashville - Courthouses - Minor Towns
Sixty-Nine - Wayne - First Settlers - County Seat - Wars - Fairfield
Seventy - White - Physical Features - Settlers - Carmi, County Seat - Enfield - Pigeons
Seventy-One - Williamson - Last Indians - Jordans - Mexican & Civil War - Towns

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