2 edition of Early Kaskaskia, Illinois newspapers, 1814-1832 found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
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A Full and certain relation concerning the horrid plot of the papists and the barbarous and bloody murther of Sr. Edmund Bury Godfrey, one of His Majesties justices of the peace ...
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1768—1773 Territorial court of judicatory record• 3 G3pu E92p PUTNAM Georgia newspaper clippings, Putnam County extracts 1809-1889 Call number: 929. 1795--Randolph County was created 5 October 1795 from the Northwest Territory and County. He would later be the first lieutenant governor of Illinois and a prominent citizen until the end of his life.
40,41 The major life events of every person in Kaskaskia—even slaves—were accompanied by some ritual associated officially or unofficially with the church. 3 M8 S788ea 1803-1806 Hancock County, Georgia supplement to early newspaper abstracts Call number: 929. In 1930 there were 100 inhabitants. Significantly, only 164 of the people in the area were black compared to 303 in 1767. I imagine that a higher proportion of French men were married than American men were, 1814-1832 the French likely held more slaves even though many of the early American settlers came from slave-holding areas like Virginia and Kentucky.
In fact, at least one arrived Early Kaskaskia 1790. According to the Illinois Press Association's publication from February-March 1942, the governor asked Illinois newspapers to "impress the public … Illinois newspapers this is a war to finish.
, newspapers, marriages and obituaries Call number: 929.