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The Illinois and Michigan Canal
The First Catholic Church in Joliet, Illinois
The First Chicago Church Records, 1833-44
St. James at Sag Bridge Catholic Church and Cemetery
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Teton County Montana Genealogy
Friends of Old Agency on the Teton Inc.
Lemont Area Historical Society

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about Northeastern Illinois and
Montana history


Tales from Montana's
Rocky Mountain Front

Tales from Montana's Rocky Mountain Front is a collection of original short stories created from writings in old newspaper columns including the Choteau Acantha that will entertain and inform both Montana residents and visitors. It captures stories from the 1870s to 1935. Learn about the people, climate and landscape along the Rocky Mountain Front from true yarns spun about the region's Native Americans, settlers, heroes and ne're-do-wells, along with hail, floods, fires and grizzly bears. Pub 2017
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Tales from Montana's
Teton County

Tales from Montana's Teton County is the second in a series, a collection of original short stories created from writings starting about the 1920s through the war years, in old newspaper columns including the Choteau Acantha. The subjects are tragedies, crimes, veterans, heroes and villains, along with lore about hail, floods, fires and grizzly bears. Pub 2018.

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Pioneers of Northeastern Illinois

In the Illinois and Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor one may find northeastern Illinois history, Irish genealogy, gravestone art in pioneer cemeteries and the history of the earliest Catholic priests to minister along the canal. Irish immigrants came to northeastern Illinois in 1836 to build the canal and stayed to build communities. They lived,worked and died along the I & M Canal and are buried in Catholic cemeteries such as the St. James at Sag Bridge Cemetery near Lemont, Illinois.

Search your Irish roots and explore the cultural heritage that the canal represents to Illinois history. Canal Heritage Enterprises offers:

These materials and services can assist you in understanding the history of the Illinois and Michigan and Canal and help you discover your ancestor's place in history. Consider ordering both books as a reference to local history. The Illinois and Michigan Canal can also be explored here. Copyright Nancy Thornton, 2002-present.

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