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In Honor of All Danville Junior College and Danville Area Community College Alumni who served their Country in the Korean War. Dedicated May 27, 2002 ReDedicated July 27, 2012
It was near here, at a grove of maple trees, that Illinois Senatorial Candidates Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas spoke in September of 1858. During the height of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates, the men came to Danville to greet the people of Old …
Dedicated to all Veteransby Ridge Farm Masonic Lodge1998 ( Masonic Emblem ) W. M. Dennis GardnerS. W. Mark Blakeney · S. S. Bob CorwinJ. W. Jerry Colwell · J. S. Steve BlakeneyTres. Don Pearson · Marsh. John KinneyS. D. …
2,835 miles to Watson Lake's Signpost Forest First sign placed by Carl K. Lindley of Danville, Illinois 1942 Presented to you by the Town of Watson Lake to mark the opening of Your Signpost Forest in 2010
"The Temple" - Plaque Completed in 1901, the Temple Building occupied this site for 100 years. In 1879 members of the Olive Branch Lodge bought the corner lot at Vermilion and North Streets for a new Masonic Temple. The building was financed and …
Editor's Note: The centermost portion of this memorial was dedicated as a World War II Honor Roll in 2006. As late as 2010, additions were made to make this a memorial to all Georgetown, Illinois veterans. The panels are listed here in sequential …
Memorial BridgeKorean War HeroDedicated May 30, 1989
Some 800 Potawatomi were forcibly removed by U.S. and Indiana officials from near Plymouth, Indiana and taken to eastern Kansas in 1838. Enroute 39 recorded deaths occurred. This tragic event became known as the "Trail of Death". The Potawatomi ca…
In 1838 the northern Potawatami tribes and many Indians from other tribes were forcibly relocated to Eastern Kansas. The first point to encampment in Illinois on the march westward was near the North Fork River in Danville.This monument is to comm…