Krohe, James, Jr.(Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1997)
Northwest of the town of Grafton, just past Graham Hollow on the Great River Road, 26 miles and about a century from downtown St. Louis, the Brussels ferry shuttles drivers and their cars across the Illinois River to and ...
Krohe, James, Jr.(Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 2001)
The Kaskaskia is the second
longest river in inland
Illinois. Measured by almost
any standard -- ecological, recreational, economical -- it is the crucial natural resource for a great swathe of mid-Illinois. The river ...
Krohe, James, Jr.(Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1999)
Beginning in 1838, officials in the then-territory of Wisconsin asserted that the watershed of the Pecatonica River
and the Sugar River, its main tributary,
and the rest of Illinois’ northernmost
14 counties belonged ...