Prairie State History
No, you read that right.
No, I’m not referring to some bunch of drunk chauvinistic cartographers.
What I am referring to is a wonderful piece of Illinois art, a piece produced by a pottery in Anna, Illinois. 310 more words
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It must have been like an oasis in the desert.
To travelers along the old Kaskaskia-Cahokia Trail, its cool and bountiful waters were surely a sight for sore eyes and parched throats. 352 more words
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To those who lived through it, it remains part of their consciousness and experience. To those who didn’t, it might as well be Ancient Athens or the Renaissance. 361 more words
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At first glance, this Farm Security Administration photograph from 1939 might not look like much. It shows a steam shovel, a slag heap, and some forlorn-looking corn stalks. 320 more words
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Memphis Lady Mambas
Toni Green (2019- Bartlett) participated in the Southern Illinois Elite Camp. Toni has been keeping busy this June also participating in the University of Memphis team camp and Jr. 22 more words
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That's My 216
AVON, OH (TM216) — Strong pitching from Adam Quintana (3-2) leads Lake Erie to a 5-1 victory of the Southern Illinois Miners.
For six innings Lake Erie had the Miners offense exactly where they wanted it, zeroes in the scoreboard. 269 more words
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Barn Door Cycling
Luke, Ryan and I rode what would be my first century of the year yesterday and as you might expect I have a few points to make. 713 more words