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Ludlam; West Lincoln, David Hummell. He thought the young should go on improving the country as their fathers had done for those who, in turn, should follow them.
A regular organization was formed with Col. He said he saw some hard times, but never missed getting something to eat. Clark, W.
Dixon, of Springfield. Mary Broughton.
Addresses were made by Lawrence B. John A.
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The twenty-third Old Settlers' meeting occurred at Mt. Gasaway, S.
Pulaski, August 5,with S. The main speech of the day was made by Governor Shelby M. The nineteenth Old Settlers' gathering was held at Mt.
The latter said he had come to this state in and had swam every river from Philadelphia to the Mississippi. Music was furnished by "Daddy Rankin's band. Bates said he came to Illinois in the spring ofthe year before the "deep snow;" with others, he made a trip, during the "deep snow," fifteen miles distant, to secure some corn meal for food, and the drifts were so deep and solid that they went right over the fences with their sleds; Illinpis same year he passed within a half mile of the present site of Lincoln, on his way to Chicago overland.
Shields, of Sangamon County. Presents were awarded as follows: Oldest person present, Mrs.
Connelly, of Springfield, Arthur A. Isaac Kretzinger, one of Logan County's early preachers, after which dinner was served. He came forty years ago, lacking a month, and he thanked God for it. The fourth reunion occurred at Lincoln, Tuesday, October 10, The principal addresses" Illinoie the day were delivered by Vespation Warner, of Clinton, and B.
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Downing, Leavitt, S. President Clark presided. Stringer, of Lincoln, followed by shorter talks by various old settlers present. Scroggin; man who first drove an ox team over Mt.
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He made one of his characteristic talks. An address of welcome was delivered by R. George McConkey, of Mt. This will yet be done. Martin, Owing to the inclemency of the weather the exercises were held in the Court House.
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Alexander Shields, one of the early proprietors of Mt. Hackney responded to calls by saying that he could not make a speech. Linn Beidler was chosen secretary. Latham, of Lincoln, and James H. The Buffalo Hart and Illiopolis bands furnished music. His father and mother came to Illinois in and he was born in the southern part of the State in Oglesby, Peter Bruner, W. Not many of these have done much to preserve in systematic form the early history of the country.
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He referred to the hearty hospitality of the people of the early times; to the prevalent idea, then, that the prairies would never be settled, but would remain permanently as public pasture lands; to the journeys to the mill, sixty miles away, taking a week to make the trip; to "Brush College" a name given to the school house on Salt Creek, in which he used to teach, built, as it was, of round logs, with greased paper windows and slab writing desks.
John Mustek was engaged to one of his sisters, and when the "time" drew near it was necessary to have a ; so John and Henry started for Springfield to get it. Judge John M.
Harry for Logan County, A. Maxwell was made Secretary pro tern.
Over 1, old settlers' badges were given out at this meeting. Judge Ewing, in his address, compared existing conditions with the past, the social life of the early days with the superficial social life of the present and claimed that, in early Illinoix, there existed more brotherly feeling, more of charity and less of selfishness than today. Yost, of Pontiac, the two latter being candidates for Congress.