You can find her name in books, on a bridge and her likeness is on a statue outside the courthouse in Galesburg.
The Underground Railroad was a path to freedom for thousands of runaway slaves and it wound its way right through Western Illinois.
WETHERSFIELD, ILL. (KWQC) – It is a town that is no longer on the map, but historians don’t want people to forget about Wethersfield, Illino…
The Henry County town of Galva has strong ties to Sweden.
The term “Bucktown” referred to all the “young bucks” or men that came to the area to visit the brothels.
If you’ve ever been to a football game, you’ll understand why people in the United Township school district say Soule Bowl is a special plac…
Monmouth, Illinois could have a different name. It all came down to the luck of the draw.
At one time, the park had a petting zoo, a bowling alley, an ale house, a music pavilion and even a roller coaster.
Muscatine is the only place in the world with that name.
The answer to that lies under the town. For nearly 100 years, Coal Valley was home to dozens and dozens of coal mines. Hundreds of thousands…
The Adler was built in 1931 and, at the time, was the largest movie house in the state of Iowa.
To find out, you have to go back to the 1920’s. Basketball was becoming increasingly popular in the United States and a group of people in M…
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