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Shawnee Community College
LOCAL HISTORY PROJECT - Johnson County

This project contains interviews, news clippings, photographs and memorabilia collected in the 1970s by students of Shawnee Community College. The project covers people and events in Alexander, Johnson, Massac, Pulaski, and Union counties. Southern Illinois historians and genealogists can access information here that is not available anywhere else. Materials that are protected by copyright are available for viewing at the SCC Library.


Johnson County: Personal Interviews
Button Anna Benson, Interviewed by Kathy Jo Travis (15 pages)
Childhood and Family Life in Vienna in Early 20th Century.
Button Robert Brown, Interviewed by Pam Grey (18 pages)
History of johnson County During the Early to Mid 20th Century
Button Clyde George, Interviewed by Russan Williams (10 pages)
Industry and Population in Cypress During the Early to Mid 20th Century
Button Mary Kent, Interviewed by Pam Grey (6 pages)
History of Bunny Bread in Anna.
Button Mary Belle Mason, Interviewed by Rusann Williams (7 pages)
Teaching in Johnson County for 38 Years.
Button Dorothy Moake, Interviewed by Trina Moake (15 pages)
Family History, Life in Cypress in the Early 20th Century.
Button Edith Racey, Interviewed by Trina Moake (12 pages)
A Family History. Life in Vienna in the Early 20th Century.
Button Kathryn Racey, Interviewed by Rusann Williams (18 pages)
Growing Up on the Farm Near Cypress.
Button Clifford Veach, Interviewed by Kathy Jo Travis (9 pages)
Experience in the Gas and Oil Business.

Johnson County: Newspaper Clippings
Button Ozark, Illinois: 1888-1976 (7 Pages)
Vienna Times: August 19th, 1976
Button Reynoldsbury, Illinois A Vanished Village(7 Pages)
Vienna Times: August 19th, 1976
Button New Burnside, Scenic Ozark Village(17 Pages)
Southern Illiinoisan: May 7th, 1972

Johnson County: Miscellaneous


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