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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Atlas, Illinois

 
Clickable Map of Pike County, Illinois and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Pike County, IL (50) Adams County, IL (72) Brown County, IL (2) Calhoun County, IL (2) Greene County, IL (2) Morgan County, IL (16) Scott County, IL (2) Marion County, MO (68) Pike County, MO (13) Ralls County, MO (10)  PikeCounty(50) Pike County (50)  AdamsCounty(72) Adams County (72)  BrownCounty(2) Brown County (2)  CalhounCounty(2) Calhoun County (2)  GreeneCounty(2) Greene County (2)  MorganCounty(16) Morgan County (16)  ScottCounty(2) Scott County (2)  MarionCountyMissouri(68) Marion County (68)  PikeCounty(13) Pike County (13)  RallsCounty(10) Ralls County (10)
Location of Atlas, Illinois
    Pike County (50)
    Adams County (72)
    Brown County (2)
    Calhoun County (2)
    Greene County (2)
    Morgan County (16)
    Scott County (2)
    Marion County, Missouri (68)
    Pike County, Missouri (13)
    Ralls County, Missouri (10)
 
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GEOGRAPHIC SORT
1Illinois (Pike County), Atlas — AtlasSite of the First Permanent Seat of Justice in Pike County
This section, settled in 1820, by Ebenezer Franklin, Daniel Shinn and the four Ross brothers, was known as Ross Settlement until 1823 when it was named Atlas. Pursuant to an act passed by the Illinois Legislature, in session, at Vandalia, in 1822, . . . Map (db m78653) HM
2Illinois (Pike County), Atlas — Oldest Building in Pike County
Built in 1823 for a trading post on the old trail between Keokuk & St. Louis. Now a pvt. residence.Map (db m78654) HM
3Illinois (Pike County), Atlas — Welcome to Illinois
In 1673 the areas of the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers were explored by Frenchmen Louis Joliet and Father Jacques Marquette. Their voyages resulted in French claims on the area until 1763 when, by the Treaty of Paris, France ceded the land to . . . Map (db m78655) HM
 
 
  
  
 
Jun. 15, 2021