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Shawnee Community College
LOCAL HISTORY PROJECT
Pulaski 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.


Personal Interviews
Button Dora Artis, Interviewed by Gregory Taylor (32 Pages)
Metropolis, Cairo and Mounds in the Early 20th Century.
Button Glenna Badgley, Interviewed by Kathy Blasdel (11 Pages)
History of Cantonment Wilkinsonville.
Button Tennie Buckley and Mollie Bradley, Interviewed by Gregory Taylor (25 Pages)
School Days, the Great Depression, Prohibition.
Button Genevieve Brown, Interviewed by Donna Churchill (37 Pages)
Southernmost Illinois in the Early 20th Century.
Button Blanche Cauhorn, Interviewed by Pamela Jackson (25 pages)
Working in Mound City and Thebes in the Early 20th Century.
Button Jack Cauhorn, Interviewed by Pamela Jackson (26 pages)
Mound City and Cairo in the Early 20th Century.
Button Opal S. Cheek, Interviewed by Amy Richardson (2 pages)
History of the Ullin Sawmill.
Button Lula Churchill, Interviewed by Donna Churchill (25 Pages)
Southernmost Illinois in the Early 20th Century.
Button Paul Dexter, Interviewed by Debbie Anderson (10 Pages)
Naval Duty in World War II.
Button Myrtle Easter, Interviewed by Beth Shearer (18 pages)
Life in Grand Chain, Illinois in the Early 20th Century.
Button Arthur Ellis, Interviewed by Beth Shearer (18 pages)
Life in Grand Chain, Illinois in the Early 20th Century.
Button Owen Evers, Interviewed by Michael Jackson (94 pages)
Life in Cairo, Illinois in the Early 20th Century.
Button Ralph Fleming, Interviewed by Matt Conroy (11 pages)
Working on the Illinois Central Railroad.
Button Grace and Harley Harris, Interviewed by Kathy Blasdel (9 Pages)
History of Cantonment Wilkinsonville.
Button Claude Hayden, Interviewed by Pam Jackson (27 pages)
Life in Pulaski County, Illinois in the Early 20th Century.
Button Sara L. Hendricks, Interviewed by Margaret Haffly (2 Pages)
Cabin Near Pulaski Where Abraham Lincoln Stayed.
Button John Inman, Interviewed by Beth Shearer (7 Pages)
Father's Work on the Dick Fowler.
Button Walter Jackson, Interviewed by Pam Jackson (13 pages)
Life in Town of America, Illinois in the Early 20th Century.
Button Mr. & Mrs. Guy Lipe, Interviewed by Amy Richardson (7 Pages)
History of Grand Chain.
Button George McClellan, Interviewed by Amy Richardson (7 pages)
Life in Oaktown/Karnak in the Early 20th Century.
Button John F. McCluskey, Interviewed by Mark Foss (23 Pages)
Life in Belknap in the early 20th Century.
Button Mrs. McNeil, Interviewed by Rowena Chaney (8 Pages)
Life in the Town of America in the early 20th Century.
Button Guyla W. Moreland, Interviewed by Dr. Jack Beadles (36 pages)
Life in Mounds and Cairo in the Early 20th Century.
Button Eunice Morris, Interviewed by Rowena Chaney (5 pages)
Life on the Farm in the Early 20th Century.
Button Iola Mowery, Interviewed by Debbie Anderson (24 Pages)
A family history and Ancestory.
Button Carl Pfaff, Interviewed by Margaret Haffly (4 Pages)
Depression and 1937 Flood.
Button Charles Rider, Interviewed by Debbie Anderson (13 Pages)
Ullin in the 1920s and 1930s.
Button Ameda Scheiding, Interviewed by Pamela Jackson (20 pages)
Growing Up in the Town of America.
Button Harry O. Sichling, Interviewed by Amy Richardson (13 pages)
Life in Ullin, Illinois in the Early 20th Century.
Button Sam Ulen, Interviewed by Lionel Waddy (19 pages)
Life in Ullin in the Early 20th Century.
Button Pearl Walker, Interviewed by Andrea Brown (9 pages)
Life in Ullin in the Early 20th Century.

Newspaper Clippings
Button Town of America (7 pages)
America the Town that Almost Was.

Miscellaneous
Button Jackson Family Records (2 pages)
Records of Deaths and Births.


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