1 edition of Quincy Argus, and Illinois bounty land register found in the catalog.
Quincy Argus, and Illinois bounty land register
Written in English
Primarily President Andrew Jackson"s last annual message, 6th Dec. 1836.
|Other titles||Argus & register.|
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Hannah and Leo Cassens browse books at the Quincy Public Library on Friday, Dec. 20, with the Illinois Bounty Land Register and ends in with copies of the Quincy Whig Journal and. The Military Tract. In May , an act of Congress was passed which set aside bounty lands as payment to volunteer soldiers for the War against the British (War of ). The land was set aside in the present states of Arkansas, Michigan and Illinois. The bounty land in Illinois is located in the western part of the state between the Illinois.
Contents; The newspapers were "The Illinois Bounty and Land Register" and the "Quincy Whig" These records were from a time when the recording of them was not required by law. Abstracts of "The Hardolph News" September to September McDonouch County, Illinois (indexed). undated, Library hardback binding End date: Published In Quincy [Adams County] Quincy is located 6 miles [ km] to the southwest of the Wesley Chapel Cemetery. Below are the titles of papers published in Quincy. Click on the paper name for Holding information. Adams County Democrat- First year , unknown end date. Daily Evening Call- Published to ?
Quincy Argus, And Illinois Bounty Land Register (from Hannibal Daily True American) Years of publication: Hannibal Daily True American to ; Locate a copy thru WorldCat: OCLC ; Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress: Catalog Card for the Quincy Argus, And Illinois Bounty Land Register; Holdings for: LCCN SN sq. ft. Quincy, Adams County, IL Auction Date: 5/20/ - Bidding ends Wednesday, May 20th at 10 AM. As we no longer have a use for our residential lot, we will be .
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Publication date Topics Jackson, Andrew, CollectionPages: 6. - Quincy Argus, and Illinois bounty land register (DLC)sn (OCoLC) Medium volumes. Quincy Argus, and Illinois bounty land register; 1 edition; First Quincy Argus in ; Subjects: Newspapers; Places: Quincy (Ill.), Adams County (Ill.); People: Andrew.
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Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 44. Researching historical Illinois Bounty Land Register obituaries is a great place to learn more about your family tree. Find out important details around your deceased ancestor's passing, including the dates and causes of death, as well as important information about.
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Quincy’s earliest newspaper was the Illinois Bounty Land Register. Our earliest copy is of Ap Our earliest Quincy Whig is The earliest available Quincy Herald is Octo Some issues of the Herald include the name Argus; some issues of the Whig include the name Republican.
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The newspaper Illinois Bounty Land Register, first published into advertise lands granted to veterans, is one of the ancestors of the current Quincy Herald-Whig newspaper. Posted by Historical Society 0 comments.
Home Quincy Area Historic Photo Collection Plat book of Adams County, Illinois Reference URL To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document. Currently the library's historic newspaper collection, which is available for viewing on mircrofilm, begins in April with the Illinois Bounty Land Register and ends in with copies of the Quincy Whig Journal and the Quincy Herald.
Other newspapers included in the collection are Argus, the Evening Call, and the Quincy Journal. County & City: Name of Newspaper: Years Covered: Cost: Resource: Adams - Quincy: Illinois Bounty Land Register: - Free: Quincy Public Library: Adams - Quincy.
History of Hancock County, Illinois, together with an outline history of the State, and a digest of State laws. ^ ^. HISTORY OF HANCOCK COUNTY. been published in that embryo city. At Quincy, Judge RichardM.
Young had published the Bounty Land Register^ which wasabout that date suspended or merged into the Quincy Argus^ byJohn H. Petit. Inwhen Illinois had only 3 other newspapers, Judge R.
Young issued his first weekly newspaper, The Bounty Land Register. The federal government had been awarding acres as ‘bounty’ to veterans of the War of Bythe newspaper had been sold and its name changed to the Argus, in about it became the Herald.
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The newspaper Illinois Bounty Land Register, first published into advertise lands granted to veterans, is one of the ancestors of the current Quincy Herald-Whig newspaper. The Archives and Special Collections Unit at Western Illinois University Libraries is the primary public archive for information relating to the history and.
Operations of the land system and the number of military bounty land. 1: Of Illinois in relation to the extension of the Quincy land district Feb American State Papers: Documents, Legislative and Executive, of the Congress of the United States, Volume.
Get this from a library! Illinois bounty land register. Volume I, num Friday, Janu Quincy Media, Inc., formerly known as Quincy Newspapers, Inc., is a family-owned media company that originated in the newspapers of Quincy, company's history can be traced back towhen the Bounty Land Register was one of four newspapers in the next century, a number of mergers company moved into radio in Headquarters: South Fifth Street.
Adopt a Whig! Illinois Bounty Land Register (Quincy, Illinois) Jan. 6, Catalog Record | Enlarge Image | Adopt a Book Home. This was the second newspaper of Quincy, an important city on the Mississippi River.
Since then it has changed owners and titles several times and is known today as the Quincy Herald-Whig, one of only two newspapers in the country that still .