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First State House
The village of Kaskaskia is located in Randolph County.
Many of the early French, Indian and Colonial settlers
lived in Kaskaskia, and the village was, at one time, the center of Illinois travel, business and affairs.
now a State landmark where visitors can find historic remnants regarding
Map of Randolph County
1859 History of Kaskaskia
Dedication to the Kaskaskia Pioneers
The Passing Of Historical And Famous Old Kaskaskia
and Sketch Of The Patriot Priest Of The Revolution, Pierre Gibault, And His Labor
Deaths and Marriages 1743-44
1787 Census of Kaskaskia
Census of (French) Prairie Du Rocher
of Americans in Illinois from 1779-1786
American Population before 1790
1807 Voters List
1825 State Census - Heads
1818 Delegates To The Constitutional Convention at Kaskaskia
War of 1812
Pensioners from 1835, Randolph County
1840 Census of Revolutionary Soldiers and Military Men
on Kaskaskia- Loss of First Capitol Prophesied by Indian"
Site of Old Kaskaskia Village Now Rests Under the Mississippi - News Story
Gossip and Miscellaneous News Gleanings and
of 1812 News
and Death Notices
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