4 edition of Williamson County Illinois sesquicentennial history found in the catalog.
On cover: 1839-1989.
|Other titles||Williamson County, Illinois|
|Statement||compiled, edited, and designed by Stan J. Hale ; publishing consultant David A. Hurst.|
|Contributions||Hale, Stan J., 1950-|
|LC Classifications||F547.W6 W55 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||503 p. :|
|Number of Pages||503|
|LC Control Number||89051691|
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Williamson County Illinois Sesquicentennial History. Stan J. Hale. A copy of this book used to reside with my family, many years ago. I used to read it as a young man, of about 16 or so, It always made me happy to read such history.
General History of Williamson County Illinois sesquicentennial history book County Cities and Towns of Williamson County. Reviews: 2. Williamson County Illinois Sesquicentennial History [Hale, Stan J., Hurst, David A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Williamson County 5/5(1). History of Williamson county, Illinois: From the earliest times, down to the present () By Milo Erwin [free] Williamson County, Illinois, in the World War By S Baird (Sylvester) [free] Laws of the State of Illinois Enacted by the General Assembly By.
Williamson County Illinois Sesquicentennial History. This large volume was produced in conjunction with the county’s th Sesquicentennial celebration in The book was created and designed by Stan J.
Hale, associate professor of English at John A. Logan College and was copyrighted in Williamson County is a county located in the southern part of the U.S. state of ing to the census, it had a population of 66, Its county seat is Marion.
Williamson County is included in the Carbondale-Marion, IL Metropolitan Statistical area of Southern Illinois is known as Little Egypt.
Williamson is a rapidly growing county in the Metro Lakeland area and Congressional district: 12th. Williamson County Fair & Homecoming th Anniversary Unpaged, portraits, advertisements, soft cover.
Cost: $1 plus s&h. Williamson County, Illinois Sesquicentennial History Originally published in Stan J. Hale, editor. Hardcover, p. Williamson County History Histories related to the county, its cities, towns, ghost towns, villages, post offices and other points of interest.
Williamson. Gallatin County Biographies - More than biographies will be included here pulled from the State Atlas of Illinois, the History of White County (which included chapters on the northern two townships of Gallatin), the History of Gallatin County, the Memoirs of the Lower Ohio Valley and the History of Southern Illinois.
This listing is for the following county history book: County: Williamson County, Illinois Title: Williamson County Illinois Sesquicentennial History Year: Cover Type: Hardcover Pages: Towns in County: The following towns are located in the towns are provided to verify the location, but may not be referenced in the Rating: % positive.
The first county order issued was to Calvin Bridges, for four days' service in locating the county seat, $ On the same day the county seat was located, William Benson and Bethany, his wife, deeded, as a gift to the county, the West half of the s.
w., s. w., Sec. 18, T. 9, R. 3 East, containing twenty acres, which was the first deed. History. Williamson had its start as a coal town. The village is named for the land's original owners, John and Matthew Williamson.
Geography. Williamson is located at (, According to the census, Williamson has a total area of square miles ( km 2), of which square miles ( km 2) (or %) is land and square miles County: Madison.
The history of Williamson County, IL is one of the most fascinating ever, especially if you're into fighting and killing and bootlegging and KKK and vendettas and gang wars and labor feuds.
This book is the only source I know about for an early history of this land in Southern Illinois/5. Williamson County Illinois sesquicentennial history / compiled, edited, and designed by Stan J. Hale ; publishing consultant David A. Hurst. Williamson County, Illinois, in the World War: Containing a Brief Review of the World War--Complete History of Williamson County's Activities--Photogr (Hardback or Cased Book) Baird, S.
Sylvester Published by Palala Press 9/5/ (). Sesquicentennial Houses of Worship; Centennial Business Awards County Map.
Search for markers by county. To see a listing of markers for a particular county, click on the county your interested in either on the map or its name on the list below. If you wish to see a complete Best of Illinois History Awards Gala ; Saturday, May 9. Woodford County Sesquicentennial History Committee.
The Woodford County history, compiled by the Woodford County Sesquicentennial History Committee [with the cooperation of] Woodford County Board of Supervisors. Edited by William Yates.
[Bloomington, Ill.] Call Number: W85W. Atlases. Rockford Map Publishers. Williamson County is often referred to as "Bloody Williamson" due to several outbreaks of violence thoughout its history: The Bloody Vendetta, The Carterville Massacre, Coal Strike, The Herrin Massacre, The Klan War, – The Birger/Shelton Gang War, Williamson County, Illinois once produ, tons of.
The Marlow Theatre in Herrin also opened under the name Hippodrome. A book called “Williamson County Illinois Sesquicentennial History” has a bit of information about it. The operating company was called the Grand Opera Company, and was a partnership of brothers John, George, and James Marlow with Paul Columbo.
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Marion, Williamson Co. IL Tornado. Book - History of Athletics-DIA. The University of Illinois Press, in conjunction with the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics, is publishing the third installment of Illini Legends, Lists and Lore, a book that chronicles the history of Fighting Illini varsity athletics on a year-by-year basis since its recognized beginnings in History of Williamson county, Illinois.
From the earliest times, down to the present,with an accurate account of the secession movement, ordinances, raids, etc., also, a complete history of its "bloody vendetta," includding all its Pages: Marion, IL: Williamson County Historical Society, .
F W8 E73h () Gallighan, George and Jack Wilkinson. “In Bloody Williamson”: the Story of my Four Years Fight with the Ku Klux Klan. Oklahoma City, OK: Leader Press, c F W8 G Hale, Stan J., compiler and editor. Williamson County, Illinois Sesquicentennial History. The history of Williamson County, Illinois: from the earliest times, down to the present, with an accurate account of the Secession Movement, ordinances, raids, etc., also a complete history of its "bloody vendetta" includding [sic] all its recondite causes, results, etc., etc.
Marion, Ill.: unknown, The History of Adams County Illinois: Containing a History of the County - Its Cities, Towns, Etc. a Biographical Directory of Its Citizens, War Record of Its Volunteers in the Late Rebellion; General and Local Statistics.
Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men. History of the Northwest, History of Illinois, Map of Adams County, Constitution of the United States, Miscellaneous. According to a book called “Williamson County Illinois Sesquicentennial History” the Annex Theatre was built behind the Hippodrome Theatre (later called the Marlow Theatre) specifically to show movies.
It was operated by the same company that operated the Hippodrome/Marlow, which in its early years was a live stage house. Home Illinois Historic Aerial Photographs, Williamson County Reference URL To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document.
Williamson County Historical Society Museum and Library is used to having a variety of visitors from all over the United States and abroad.
They come for many reasons, to research ancestors from the area, gather information to write books on the coal mines and unions, the railroads, Charlie Birger and other notorious people, unsolved murders, etc/5(9).
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Pages: Papers in Illinois history and transactions By Illinois State Historical Society The Williamson County Vendetta, pg - Public Domain Pierce's Register. Army pay accounts, Rev War.
Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Illinois By Harriet J. Walker See Index. One hundred years in Illinois, an account of the development of. WILLIAMSON COUNTY WILLS BOOK 'B' All Wills Transcribed From Originals Found in Wills Book 'B' in Circuit Clerk's Office at Williamson County Courthouse.
Wills date from Mid to late s and Were Transcribed in Complete Form. pages - Index - " x 11" - Soft Cover _____ Cost: $ (Plus $ S/H). Original data: Baird, S. Williamson County, Illinois, in the World War: containing a brief review of the World War, complete history of Williamson County's activities, photographs and service records of Williamson County's soldiers, sailors and marines, industrial review of business and professional firms who have made this history possible.
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(A special thank you to Illinois History and Lincoln Collections Archival Operations and Reference Specialist Krista L. Gray who provided access to the book Williamson County Illinois Sesquicentennial History.) References  For more information on the Hellenys, please see: Williamson County Illinois Sesquicentennial History.
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Sandra Fritz, Francie LaCamera, Blaine Redemer, David Johnson, and Raymond Collins of the Illinois State Library Reference Department served as the "Committee of Five" who.