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Tresbon Medal By Dennis O. Hendry
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The love of a grandmother for her only granddaughter brings Ida into the fast paced world of computers, the Internet, and geocaching. Unbeknownst to her granddaughter Elisabeth, Ida has hatched a... More > secret plan all her own: a tried and true scheme to bring forth a secret of the ancient world to the modern world of today. Set against the lush backdrop of Indiana’s historic Kankakee River, “Tres Bon Medal” is a tale of hidden cache, cryptic messages, mythical places, and daring adventure seekers, told as swift as the magical waters that will forever bind them all.< Less
ESY 2007 By Brian Mathis
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2007 Kankakee High School ESY Summer Program
ESY 2007 By Brian Mathis
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2007 Kankakee High School ESY Summer Program
Your Next Recorder By Kelly McLaren
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Kelly McLaren, 2008 candidate for Kankakee County's Recorder of Deeds, exams the office and his recommendations for improvements.
Your Next Recorder By Kelly McLaren
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Kelly McLaren, 2008 candidate for Kankakee County's Recorder of Deeds, exams the office and his recommendations for improvements.
Fishing with Flip-flops By Cathy Schoon
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Fishing with Flip-flops is a collection of the most memorable, often time humorous stories, of growing up as street kids in the small Indiana town of Lowell in the '60s. Living behind their... More > parents' florist shop, the five siblings survive by wit, pure luck, and each other. When they move to a little cottage on the Wildwood Bayou off the Kankakee River, the family finds out that there are more characters out in the world than they ever dreamed.< Less
Fishing with Flip-flops By Cathy Schoon
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Fishing with Flip-flops is a collection of the most memorable, often time humorous stories, of growing up as street kids in the small Indiana town of Lowell in the '60s. Living behind their parents'... More > florist shop, the five siblings survive by wit, pure luck, and each other. When they move to a little cottage on the Wildwood Bayou off the Kankakee River, the family finds out that there are more characters out in the world than they ever dreamed.< Less
Fishing With Flip-flops By Cathy Schoon
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Fishing with Flip-flops is a collection of the most memorable, often time humorous stories, of growing up as street kids in the small Indiana town of Lowell in the '60s. Living behind their parents'... More > florist shop, the five siblings survive by wit, pure luck, and each other. When they move to a little cottage on the Wildwood Bayou off the Kankakee River, the family finds out that there are more characters out in the world than they ever dreamed.< Less
Outside the Rails: A Rail Route Guide from Chicago to Carbondale, IL By Robert Tabern & Kandace Tabern
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The longest train route in Illinois runs more than 300 miles between Downtown Chicago and Carbondale. Learn about the interesting people, places, towns, and other attractions out your window while... More > riding on this railroad line. We will share stories of the old Illinois Central with you -- and talk about towns such as Homewood, Kankakee, Gilman, Rantoul, Champaign-Urbana, Mattoon, Centralia, DuQuoin, Carbondale, and many more. Don't ride the train without a copy of this book in your hand.< Less
Uncles By Chuck Scalet
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As a young boy growing up in Chicago in the 1940s, Dr. Charles G. Scalet spent many formative days and nights at a cabin on the Kankakee River near Momence, Ill., about 50 miles south of the city.... More > The cabin was built by his father and uncles—a close-knit, fun-loving group whose parents had emigrated from Italy. In these pages, Scalet shares his memories of “the uncles” and the strong impact they had on his upbringing and future career as an ichthyologist. Scalet, born in 1942, served as the head of what became the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences at South Dakota State University from 1976 to 2007. He lives in Brookings, S.D., with his wife, Ginger, and their two Gordon Setters, Jake and Mack.< Less

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