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Academics

Illinois State Normal University Alumni, 1860-1882

Biographies


Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans:
Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5, Page 6

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, 1915: (incomplete, check back for updates)
Index of Bios
A, B-Bi, Bl-Bu, C-Che, Chi-Chu, Cl-Co, Cr-Cu, D, E

Cities/Towns

Please note: Cities or Towns may appear in more than one county due to boundary line changes.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W XYZ


ILGenWeb Counties

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois - not complete

Gazetteers


A Gazetteer of the States of IL & MO - 1823
Cities, Towns, Etc.: A - L; M - Z
Counties

A Gazetteer of Illinois - 1837
Counties
Cities: A-Che; Chi-G; H-L; M-Q; R-Y

Places of Interest

Parks

Politicians


Altgeld, John Peter, Governor

Beveridge, John Lowrie, Governor

Bissell, William H., Governor

Cullom, Shelby Moore, Governor

Deneen, Charles Samuel, Governor

Dunne, Edward Fitzsimmons, Governor

Fifer, Joseph W., Governor

French, Augustus C., Governor

Hamilton, John Marshall, Governor

Matteson, Joel Aldrich, Governor

Oglesby, Richard J., Governor

Palmer, John M., Governor

Tanner, John R., Governor

Wood, John, Governor

Yates, Richard, Governor

Yates, Richard Jr., Governor

Religion

History of the Presbyterian Church in the State of Illinois, 1879

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Sources


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