“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Cave-In-Rock, Illinois

Clickable Map of Hardin County, Illinois and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Hardin County, IL (11) Gallatin County, IL (19) Pope County, IL (5) Saline County, IL (25) Crittenden County, KY (10) Livingston County, KY (21) Union County, KY (17)  HardinCounty(11) Hardin County (11)  GallatinCounty(19) Gallatin County (19)  PopeCounty(5) Pope County (5)  SalineCounty(25) Saline County (25)  CrittendenCountyKentucky(10) Crittenden County (10)  LivingstonCounty(21) Livingston County (21)  UnionCounty(17) Union County (17)
Elizabethtown is the county seat for Hardin County
Cave-In-Rock is in Hardin County
      Hardin County (11)  
      Gallatin County (19)  
      Pope County (5)  
      Saline County (25)  
      Crittenden County, Kentucky (10)  
      Livingston County, Kentucky (21)  
      Union County, Kentucky (17)  
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1 Illinois, Hardin County, Cave-In-Rock — Geologic Wonder
The impressive limestone cave located along the Ohio River is one of the most compelling features of Cave-in-Rock State Park. With a reputation as a robber's den and outlaw hideout, the cave looms large in popular folk tales of the Illinois . . . Map (db m161218) HM
2 Illinois, Hardin County, Cave-In-Rock — Lewis and Clark in Illinois
Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and about twenty men passed this place in the fall of 1803 on their famous journey westward. Cave-In-Rock, a natural landmark near here, was well known and noted on some early maps of this area. The party continued . . . Map (db m154573) HM
3 Illinois, Hardin County, Cave-In-Rock — The CaveLewis & Clark Expedition — 1803-1806 —
This natural cave located nearby was known to European explorers as early as 1729. Its location was noted in diaries and journals of travelers. It was noted on maps used by Lewis and Clark. Late in the 18th century, The Cave was the habitat for . . . Map (db m155030) HM
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Nov. 28, 2023