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1. Albert Lee House, Champaign, Illinois Albert Lee House, Champaign, Illinois Buildings; Champaign, Illinois; Education Albert Lee House, 605 N. Walnut, Champaign. This is the residence of Albert Lee, an African American man who served on the staff of the University of Illinois for fifty-two years.

2. University of Illinois Ceramics Building, Urbana, Illinois University of Illinois Ceramics Building, Urbana, Illinois Urbana, Illinois; Buildings; Education; Technology; Ceramics 105 S. Goodwin Avenue, Urbana.

3. University of Illinois YMCA, Champaign, Illinois University of Illinois YMCA, Champaign, Illinois Champaign, Illinois; Buildings; Education; 725 S. Wright Street, Champaign.

4. Athletic Field, Wright St., University Ave., and Romine St., Urbana, Illinois Athletic Field, Wright St., University Ave., and Romine St., Urbana, Illinois Urbana, Illinois; Champaign County, Illinois; Fields; Athletics Wright Street, University Avenue, Romine Street, Urbana, Illinois.

5. Map of Marquette and Jolliet Route Map of Marquette and Jolliet Route Discovery & exploration; French Colonial District; French Colonial Period; Missionaries; Marquette, Pere Jacques, 1636-1675; Joliet, Louis, 1645-1700 Pierre Marquette and Louis Jolliet successfully located the Mississippi River and traveled down it in two birch bark canoes, accompanied by five voyageurs. On the return trip they chose the Illinois River...

6. The Coureur de Bois and the Indian The Coureur de Bois and the Indian fur trade; Indians of North America; Remington, Frederic, 1861-1909; A fur trader stands by a birch bark canoe and shakes the hand of an Indian. A second fur trader is seated in the canoe.

7. Assembly Hall, University of Illinois Assembly Hall, University of Illinois Buildings; Champaign, Illinois The University of Illinois Assembly Hall at Fourth Street and Florida Avenue, Champaign, is a center for sports, entertainment and convention. It was opened on Honors Day, May 3, 1963. It was designed...

8. Round Barn, University of Illinois, Urbana Round Barn, University of Illinois, Urbana Buildings; Urbana, Illinois; Education; Farming; Barns; Agricultural facilities; Agriculture; Round Barn, University of Illinois, Urbana.

9. University Hospital (McKinley Center), Urbana, Illinois University Hospital (McKinley Center), Urbana, Illinois Urbana, Illinois; Buildings; Education; Hospitals; Health care 1109 S. Lincoln Avenue, Urbana.

10. Inman Hotel, Champaign, Illinois Inman Hotel, Champaign, Illinois Champaign, Illinois; Champaign County, Illinois; Buildings; Hotels; Residence; Senior citizens; National Academy of the Arts 17 E. University Ave., Champaign. The Inman Hotel was also known as the National Academy of Arts. The architects were Spencer and Temple and the builders were the English Brothers.

11. Cahokia Courthouse Cahokia Courthouse Courthouses; French Colonial Period; French Colonial District; Vertical log construction; Cahokia, Illinois Images of Cahokia Courthouse from different angles

12. Pierre Martin/Boismenue House, Dupo, Illinois Pierre Martin/Boismenue House, Dupo, Illinois Architecture; French Colonial Period; French Colonial District; Vertical log construction; Dupo, Illinois; Martin, Pierre; Cahokia, Illinois The vertical log construction of the Pierre Martin house was revealed when the exterior clapboard was removed. The vertical walnut timbers are anchored at top and bottom by wooden pegs, a technique called...

13. Zimmerman Archaeological Site, near Utica, Illinois Zimmerman Archaeological Site, near Utica, Illinois Archaeology; Archaeological sites; Prehistory; Kaskaskia Indians; Marquette, Pere Jacques, 1636-1675; Joliet, Louis, 1645-1700; Missions Archaeological dig at the Zimmerman Site

14. Printing Press, c. 1830 Printing Press, c. 1830 Abolition movement; Slaves; Newspapers; Abolition movement; Publishing industry; Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; The noted abolitionist Elijah P. Lovejoy (1802-37) is believed to have owned this press, which is in the collection of the Chicago Historical Society.

15. Portrait of Jacques Marquette Portrait of Jacques Marquette Discovery & exploration; French Colonial Period; Fur trade; Missionaries; Marquette, Pere Jacques, 1636-1675; Joliet, Louis, 1645-1700 This well-known image of Father (Pere) Marquette is from a painting by an unknown artist.

16. Bank of Illinois, looking west from Neil Street, Champaign, Illinois Bank of Illinois, looking west from Neil Street, Champaign, Illinois Buildings; Champaign, Illinois; Banks 100 W. University Avenue, Champaign.

17. Champaign County Jail, Urbana, Illinois Champaign County Jail, Urbana, Illinois Buildings; Champaign, Illinois; Urbana, Illinois; Jails; Prisons Champaign County Jail, 201 E. Main St., Urbana. Crowds toured the new Champaign County Jail and Sheriff’s Residence, March 1905. The residential portion fronted Main Street and the jail’s west entrance...

18. University of Illinois Library University of Illinois Library Champaign County, Illinois; Buildings; Education; Urbana, Illinois; Libraries 1408 with Gregory Drive, Urbana. The Library is more commonly known as the Main Library. The architect was Charles Adams Platt. Since 2000, the building has been listed on the National Register of Historic...

19. University High School, Urbana, Illinois University High School, Urbana, Illinois Urbana, Illinois; Buildings; Education; Schools; Schoolteachers; School of Education, 1212 with Springfield Avenue, Urbana.

20. University of Illinois Natural History Building, Urbana, Illinois University of Illinois Natural History Building, Urbana, Illinois Urbana, Illinois; Buildings; Education; History; 1301 W. Green Street, Urbana. Nathan C. Ricker was the architect. Since 1986, the building has been on the National Register of Historic Places.
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