Originally published Prairie Farmer Publishing Company, Chicago IL, 1920, 315 pp. This is a reproduction on CD and is searchable. Due to the condition of the original book the page backgrounds are dark but the text is readable.|
Farm directories can be a gold mine of information for the genealogist. They contain:
Clark county is located in east central Illinois. The county seat is Marshall and other towns are Casey, Martinsville and Westfield.
Crawford county is adjacent to the southern border of Clark county. The county seat is Robinson and other towns are Flat Rock, Hutsonville, Oblong, Palestine and Stoy.
About the CD: This CD provides the genealogist the opportunity to have access to information from a book that is difficult to locate in the used book market. The CD was made by scanning an original copy of the book. Any defect such as notes in the margin or light text will also appear in the CD version. The CD requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the file, the latest Windows version is included with the CD. The Mac & Window readers can also be downloaded from the Adobe website. The information on the CD can either be printed out and read in the traditional manner or viewed with your computer. When viewing on your screen the page size can be increased to make reading easier. This CD is not search-able but has a series of bookmarks making navigation through the file easier. The CD is packaged in a projective sleeve.
CD# = IL90
USPS: Madigan's Books, PO Box 62, Charleston, IL 61920-0062