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Clayville Rural Life Center and Museum - Publications Series II - Research Report #02: The Broadwells of Clayville and their Roots
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TitleClayville Rural Life Center and Museum - Publications Series II - Research Report #02: The Broadwells of Clayville and their Roots
SubjectClayville (Ill.)
Broadwell Family
Broadwell Family--Activites in Illinois
DescriptionThis reserach report studies the activites of the Broadwell family in Illinois. The Broadwells are the subjects of study because they had the inn at Clayville built. Chapter I deals with the geneology of father Moses and his nine children who came with him to Illinois. The other chapters concern the family's other business activities, political and social involvements, and living arrangements. 64p.
CreatorKwedar, Melinda F. and Kay MacLean and Edward L. Hawes
PublisherClayville Rural Life Center
ContributorsNational Endowment for the Humanities
Date Original1981
Typetext
FormatPDF, 1.79MB
IdentifierD1/2/1
SourceArchives/Special Collections, Norris L Brookens Library, University of Illinois at Springfield
Languageeng
RelationClayville Research Publication Series
Coverage1764-1843
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Physical Description64p., 8.5"x11"
Date Digital2006-09-20
CollectionLocal History Resources (University of Illinois at Springfield)
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