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An edition of The pioneer history of Illinois (1852)

The pioneer history of Illinois [prospectus]

containing the discovery in 1673, and the history of the country to the year 1818, when the state government was organized

2nd. ed.
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This edition published in by Fergus Printing Company in Chicago.

John Reynolds (1788-1865) served on the Illinois Supreme Court 1818-1825, was a member of the Illinois legislature 1826-1830, 1846-1848 and 1852-1854 (the last term as Speaker of the House), and served as Governor of Illinois 1830-1834. He served in the U.S. House of Representatives 1834-1837 and 1839-1843.

Reynolds arrived in Illinois with his parents as a child, living first in Kaskaskia and then in the Goshen settlement southwest of Edwardsville. He served as a soldier during the War of 1812, after which he began a law career. This history was originally published in 1852.

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The pioneer history of Illinois

containing the discovery in 1673 and the history of the country to the year 1818, when the state government was organized

First published in 1852



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John Reynolds (1788-1865) served on the Illinois Supreme Court 1818-1825, was a member of the Illinois legislature 1826-1830, 1846-1848 and 1852-1854 (the last term as Speaker of the House), and served as Governor of Illinois 1830-1834. He served in the U.S. House of Representatives 1834-1837 and 1839-1843.

Reynolds arrived in Illinois with his parents as a child, living first in Kaskaskia and then in the Goshen settlement southwest of Edwardsville. He served as a soldier during the War of 1812, after which he began a law career. This history was originally published in 1852.

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Library of Congress F541 .R45
Dewey 973.0773

The pioneer history of Illinois [prospectus]

containing the discovery in 1673, and the history of the country to the year 1818, when the state government was organized

2nd. ed.

This edition published in by Fergus Printing Company in Chicago.


Table of Contents

-The Indians of Illinois
-The Discovery and Settlement of Illinois, to the first Government of the “Company of the West” in 1718
-Illinois under the French Government
-Illinois under the British Government
-Illinois under the Government of Virginia
-Illinois under the Government of the Northwest Territory
-The Religion and Morals of Illinois prior to 1818
-Illinois under the Government of Indiana Territory
-Illinois under the Government of the Illinois Territory
-Appendix

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Biography.

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[8], 427-459 p. ;

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OL7239561M
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pioneerhistoryof00reyn
OCLC/WorldCat
21573348

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