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Jacob GLABE and Katherine STEIN of Tazewell County, Illinois and Their Descendants, 1816-1969 icon

Souvenir of Early and Notable Events in the History of the North West Territory, Illinois and Tazewell County including Names of Those who have Served the County in ...Official Capacities

Flat Map of Tazewell County Illinois 1864

Portrait and Biographical Record of Tazewell and Mason Counties, Illinois

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois and History of Tazewell County

Prairie Farmer's Reliable Directory of Farmers and Breeders: Tazewell County, Illinois

Mackinaw Remembers: 1827-1977 icon

Pekin and Tremont, Illinois in Vintage Postcards (Postcard History Series)

Pekin Sesquicentennial a History, 1824-1974 icon

Banks and Banking in Tazewell County, Illinois During the Nineteenth Century icon

The Autobiography of Gurdon Saltonstall HUBBARD

Combined Plats and Atlases of Tazewell County, Illinois 1864, 1873, 1891

Unique, Original 1838 Document: Autograph Letter to Col. Samuel ALLEN 1838, from John BUCKLEY icon
From the seller: "Very good-condition Quarto (4to). Signed Stampless cover, cancelled in Tremont ILL (Illinois) November 3, 1838. Written by Buckley to Allen, and sent to him at Bethel Gorham, Ontario County, New York. Buckley writes three full pages of descriptive text, numbering at least 500 words. He describes his arrival at Pekin on the Illinois River 25 days after departure via the Ohio Canal. Makes mention of flora, fauna, crops, price of corn, land purchases and opportunity, teacher's salary etc....Hewed log two story high clapboard and brick chimney house, and new 20' x 24' small cabin in front for a milk house and many purposes a fine bearing orchard of thirty trees 15 peach and six red cherry trees a hewed log barn for which I paid $1000...the Rail Road that is now making from Pekin to the Wabash passes with sight of us. We live seven miles from Pekin East and three from Tremont the county seat of Tazwell...Say to all the laboring young men go to Illinois and get a farm wages one dollar a day from your friend..." Tremont, IL is south of Peoria in Tazewell County. An interesting narrative of early pioneer life in Illinois. This document was originally folded in nine sections, sealed with wax. Obviously, folded where originally creased, with minor tears at a few folds, and small tear with loss where wax seal was opened. Document is slightly age-toned, with some staining. Americana, Agriculture, River Transportation, Farming, Ephemera.:

History of Tazewell County, Together with Sketches of its Cities, Villages & Townships

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Map: Atlas of Illinois Counties of Jackson, Williamson, Johnson, Union, Alexander and Pulaski

Ghost Towns of Southern Illinois icon

Family Maps of Union County, Illinois, Deluxe Edition icon

1850 Federal Census: Union County, Illinois

Union County, Illinois: A Pictorial History

Marriages of Union County, Illinois 1818-1880

History of Alexander, Union and Pulaski Counties, Illinois icon

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Vermilion County, Illinois icon

Footprints in the Sands: Founders and Builders of Vermilion County, Illinois

History of Vermilion County, Together with Historic Notes On the Northwest, Gleaned From Early Authors, Old Maps and Manuscripts, Private and Official Correspondence, and Other Authentic, Though, for the Most Part, Out-of-the-Way Sources

Portrait and Biographical Album of Vermilion and Edgar Counties, Illinois

History Under Our Feet: the Story of Vermilion County, Illinois

Bismarck, Illinois (History), 1872-1972; Vermilion County icon

The History of Carroll Township (Vermilion County, Illinois) in Honor of Indianola's Sesquicentennial 1836-1986 icon

The History & Romance of Danville Junction (Illinois) icon

100 Years History of Newspapers in Danville, Illinois icon 

Scrap Book: Amos Williams and Early Danville, Illinois icon
(circa 1930)

Polk's Danville City Directory

Danville: A Pictorial History

Fithian: Diary of a Small Town

A History of Hoopeston icon

Sold! The Centennial Book: Official Program of the Ceremonies and Pageant in Celebration of the Centennial of Vermilion.... icon

Sold! Illiana Ancestors, 1981, 1982, 1983, from the Commercial News, Danville, Illinois icon

Sold! Tilton, Illinois Centennial 1884-1984 icon

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Descendants of Joram KYN, founder of Upland - New Sweden (now Chester, Pennsylvania) and Whose Descendants Were Some of the Earliest Settlers of Wabash County, Illinois

PUTNAMs of Wabash County, Illinois

History of Wabash County, Illinois, New and Updated 1976: A Bicentennial Project

Wabash County, Illinois History & Families: 1824-1993

Faces & Places: a Pictorial History of Wabash County, Illinois

Wabash County Lineages

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The Past and Present of Warren County, Illinois

History and Families of Warren County, Illinois

The Records of Warren County, Illinois

Early Days in Greenbush with Biographical Sketches of the Old Settlers

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This is Washington County: 1818-1968

Washington County, Illinois, 1979 History

1874 Map: Illinois Counties of St. Clair, Monroe, Randolph, Perry, and Washington

Prairie Farmer's Directory of Washington and Clinton Counties: Complete Directory of the Farmers of Washington and Clinton Counties

History of Washington County, Illinois, With Illustrations Descriptive of Its Scenery... icon

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Bookmark Minutes: Local History Highlights from the Fairfield Public Library Radio Spot Series in Cooperation with the Wayne County Historical Society

Condensed History of the Citizen Soldier of Wayne County

History of Wayne and Clay Counties, Illinois

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Ghost Towns of Southern Illinois icon

Marriages from White County, Illinois, 1881-1900; Probate Index 1976-1979 icon

Marriages from White County, Illinois: 1901-1915

Family Maps of White County, Illinois, Deluxe Edition

History of White County, Illinois

Heritage Houses of White County, Illinois icon

Original (White County, Illinois and Stillwater, Oklahoma) Collection of JOHNSON Family Photographs icon

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I Remember When: A Whiteside County Genealogists Bicentennial Publication

Whiteside County in the Civil War

History of Whiteside County. Illinois

Portrait and Biographical Album of Whiteside County, Illinois

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Cemetery Census Series, Florence Township, Will County, Illinois: Starr Grove Cemetery CD

Cemetery Census Series, Homer Township, Will County, Illinois: Barnet/Barnett Cemetery, Brooks Cemetery, Hadley Cemetery, Saint Michael Catholic Cemetery, Unknown Cemetery CD

Cemetery Census Series, Monee Township, Will County, Illinois: Saint Paulís United Church of Christ Cemetery CD

Cemetery Census Series, New Lenox Township, Will County, Illinois: Maple Wood Cemetery, Marshall Cemetery CD

Cemetery Census Series, Peotone Township, Will County, Illinois: Saint John's United Church of Christ Cemetery, West Peotone Cemetery CD

Cemetery Census Series, Will Township, Will County, Illinois: Peotone Cemetery, Will Presbyterian Cemetery CD

Illinois Miscellaneous Genealogical Records: From Counties, Bond, Boone, Calhoun, Cook, Crawford, Du Page, Johnson, Knox, Lake, Will, Pope: Kentucky County, Mercer: Missouri County, Ralls icon

1850 Census: Will County, Illinois icon

The COUNTRYMAN Family of Will County, Illinois

The Civil War Years in Will County, Illinois; Reprint of Fifteen Years Ago: of the Patriotism of Will County icon

Joliet: A Pictorial History icon

The First Catholic Church in Joliet, Illinois: Including Baptism, Marriage, and Death Records for Parts of Northeastern Illinois, 1838-1851 icon

A Pictorial History of Will County icon

History of Will County

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The Story of Carterville: Its Hundred Years 1871-1971

Ghost Towns of Southern Illinois icon

The Bloody Vendetta Embracing the Early History of Williamson County, Illinois

The Herrin Massacre: A Fair and Impartial Statement of all the Facts. The Trial, Evidence, Verdict

Historical Souvenir of Williamson County, Illinois: Being a Brief Review of the County from Date of Founding to the Present

Way Down in Egyptland: A Family Journey Into Southern Illinois

Map: Atlas of Illinois Counties of Jackson, Williamson, Johnson, Union, Alexander and Pulaski

Williamson County, Illinois Sesquicentennial History icon

The History of Williamson County Illinois, from the Earliest Times...

Williamson County, Illinois in the World War; 1917-1918

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History of Winnebago County, Illinois: Its Past and Present

The History of Rockton, Winnebago County, Illinois: 1820-1898

The Pioneers of Winnebago and Boone Counties, Illinois Who Came Before 1841 icon

Past & Present of the City of Rockford & Winnebago County, Illinois

Portrait and Biographical Record of Winnebago and Boone Counties, Illinois Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens

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Portrait and Biographical Album of Woodford County, Illinois

The History of Woodford County, Illinois

The Woodford County History icon

The Past and Present of Woodford County, Illinois

Goodfield, Illinois: 1888-1988 icon

Roanoke, Illinois (History) 1874-1974

Washburn [Illinois] 1850 - 1976: Yesterday and Today

Unique, Original 1864 Marriage License: State of Illinois, County of Woodford. The Holy Bonds of Matrimony between Jacob RICH and Elizabeth SOMER

Sold! BELSLEY - SAUDER, Woodford County, Illinois: Ancestors and Descendants, 1750-1985, of Christian BELSLEY and Christian SAUDER icon

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