Jo Fredell Higgins's Aurora (Postcard History) PDF

By Jo Fredell Higgins

lined wagons introduced a wave of migration to northern Illinois within the mid-1830s. On April 1, 1834, the 1st everlasting white settlers, Joseph McCarthy and assistants, paddled up the Fox River. The region was once referred to as Waubonsie’s Village at the moment. They outfitted a log cabin, a dam around the Fox, and finally a sawmill. The village had approximately four hundred local american citizens who bartered fish for bread and tobacco. for nearly a hundred seventy five years now, development has been regular and likely, and the town of Aurora is the second-largest metropolitan zone in Illinois. Aurora is domestic to honorable civic associations, first-class schooling, and a multicultural and full of life population.

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