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Ernest Hutton, President) EARLY COMMERCE CLUBS— THE ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND CLUB — AD- VENT OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE — A SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM — RECORD OF ACHIEVEMENTS— DETAILED STUDY OF CITY — SPECIAL COMMITTEES — FAR REACHING ACTIVITIES — MEMBERSHIP — THE "DANVILLE PLAN"— OFFICERS — "100,000 IN THE MAKING." XX11 HISTORY OF VERMILION COUNTY CHAPTER XX THE DEVELOPMENT OF HIGHWAYS IN VERMILION COUNTY (By W. Dillon, County Superintendent of Highways.) TRAVEL IN THE EARLY DAYS — THE "OLD PLANK ROAD" OF 1843 — LE- SEURE'S LANE— BRIDGES— FIRST BRICK ROAD — VARIOUS BOND ISSUES — TICE ROAD LAW OF 1913 — IMPETUS TO BUILD ROADS — TOWNSHIP ACTIVITY — SUCCESS IN "PULLING DANVILLE OUT OF THE MUD"— COUNTY CONTRACTS.
575 Vermilion Malleable Iron Com- pany 996 Vinson, R. CHAPTER XIV TOWNSHIPS AND VILLAGES— Continued MIDDLEFORK TOWNSHIP: LOCATK )N— ARRIVAL OF THE PARTI.
XXV HISTORY OF VERMILION COUNTY CHAPTER XXIX EXTINCT TOWNS (By W. Hackman) THE PASSING OF SALEM— WEAVER CITY IN 1872— FATE OF THE TOWN OF GILBERT — PROSPECT CITY — LEESBURG — MONROE — FRANKLIN — MYERSVILLE— GREENVILLE— EARLIER NAMES OF PRESENT TOWNS — EFFECT OF THE RAILROAD.
CHAPTER XXVIII EARLY MILLS IN VERMILION COUNTY By Juanita Martin TOWN OF ALVIN TODAY — IMPORTANCE OF THE MILL — OLD BARLOW MILL AND ITS CENTURY OF SERVICE — MILLING IN DANVILLE — AMOS WIL- LIAMS—A LIFE OF SERVICE — SIGNIFICANCE OF A PIONEER INDUSTRY.
The writer wishes to acknowledge his indebtedness for valuable assistance to Lieut. E 926 Bowman, William I 604 Bredehoft, Oscar M 993 Bridgman, Gordon 911 Brooks, Charles 930 Brookshier, Martin L., M. D 844 Cathcart, John A 547 Cathcart, William G 812 Catlett, George R 790 Chaffee, L. D 858 Jump, Charles G 842 Keefer, Ira C 853 Keeney, Herman F 787 Kercher, Otis 581 Kimball, Winter L 1019 Kimberlin, Robert D 744 Kimbrough, Hon. V 545 Mc Ferren, Donald J 714 Mc Ferren, Jacob S 864 Mc Ferren, William 869 Mc Laughlin, Eldon Le Roy 639 Mc Neal, Elmer 895 Madden, Claude P 701 Mann, Joseph B 584 Manteufel, Herman 1040 Marlatt, Hugh J 988 Martelle, Lionel 1044 Martin, Colfax T 653 Martin, Woods Hibbard 638 Marvin, Ray H 718 Mason, Frank W., M. From Michigan, the Spaniards returned to the Kan- kakee River, built some boats and floated down the Kan- kakee, the Illinois and the Mississippi Rivers to Saint Louis and home.
IV HISTORICAL INDEX Allerton, Village of— 319 Alvin, Village of 156 Armstrong, Village of 284 Bank of Illinois, First State 185 Banks, Other Early 186 Banks, Present Leading 188 Bar Association, Vermilion Coun- ty 344 Beckwith, Cabin of Dan W 167 Beckwith, Dan 96 Beckwith, Dan W., Career of 150 Bench and Bar 329 Black Hawk War 102 Black Hawk War, Importance of. The "Salines" were known to the Indians from the earliest days and the French explorers and fur traders, who in advance of civilization's march traversed this territory. 1 66 HISTORY OF VERMILION COUNTY The "Salines of Vermilion" are referred to in early French records as far back as 1706.
D 1026 Brown, Gladys Price 1033 Bruff, Charles Milton 999 Bruff, Charles Milton, Jr 998 Burk, Leo W 589 Bushnell, Asa M 632 Cannady, William M 840 Cannon, Joseph Gurney 1009 Carter, Charles E 643 Carter, Clarence F 642 Carter, I. V 1057 Church, Ernest A 1056 Clark, John E 986 Clark, O. It is interesting to speculate upon the possible trend of history had the Spaniards been successful with their nego- tiations with the Indians at the "Vermilion Salines," or in the battle that finally closed the conference.