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Knox County, Illinois

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Knox County
Knox County Courthouse
Knox County Courthouse
Map of Illinois highlighting Knox County
Location within the U.S. state of Illinois
Map of the United States highlighting Illinois

Illinois's location within the U.S.
Coordinates: 40°56′N 90°13′W / 40.93°N 90.21°W / 40.93; -90.21
Country United States
State Illinois
Founded1825
Named forHenry Knox
SeatGalesburg
Largest cityGalesburg
Area
 • Total720 sq mi (1,900 km2)
 • Land716 sq mi (1,850 km2)
 • Water3.4 sq mi (9 km2)  0.5%%
Population
 (2010)
 • Total52,919
 • Density74/sq mi (29/km2)
Time zoneUTC−6 (Central)
 • Summer (DST)UTC−5 (CDT)
Congressional district17th
Websitewww.knoxcountyil.com

Knox County is a county in the U.S. state of Illinois. According to the 2010 census, it had a population of 52,919.[1] Its county seat is Galesburg.[2]

Knox County comprises the Galesburg, IL Micropolitan Statistical Area.

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IT ALL BEGAN WITH THE REFURBISHING OF THIS DOOR AND ENDED WITH THE RESTORATION OF REFURBISHING OF THIS DOOR AND ENDED WITH THE RESTORATION OF THE ENTIRE BUILDING. ENDED WITH THE RESTORATION OF THE ENTIRE BUILDING. HERE THE COUNTY'S BUSINESS WAS THE ENTIRE BUILDING. HERE THE COUNTY'S BUSINESS WAS ONCE CONDUCTED WHILE ABOVE JUDGE HERE THE COUNTY'S BUSINESS WAS ONCE CONDUCTED WHILE ABOVE JUDGE STEVEN DOUGLAS PRESIDED OVER ONCE CONDUCTED WHILE ABOVE JUDGE STEVEN DOUGLAS PRESIDED OVER COURT. STEVEN DOUGLAS PRESIDED OVER COURT. BUT TODAY IT IS THE PAST THAT COURT. BUT TODAY IT IS THE PAST THAT TAKES THE STAND. HI. I AM JIM WILHELM. BUILT 20 YEARS BEFORE THE CIVIL I AM JIM WILHELM. BUILT 20 YEARS BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR, THIS WAS THE COUNTY BUILT 20 YEARS BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR, THIS WAS THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE UNTIL 1873. WAR, THIS WAS THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE UNTIL 1873. IT IT WAS THEN AFTER A BITTER COURTHOUSE UNTIL 1873. IT IT WAS THEN AFTER A BITTER STRUGGLE THAT THE COUNTY SEAT IT IT WAS THEN AFTER A BITTER STRUGGLE THAT THE COUNTY SEAT WAS MOVED FROM KNOXVILLE TO STRUGGLE THAT THE COUNTY SEAT WAS MOVED FROM KNOXVILLE TO GALESBURG, BUT THESE BUILDINGS WAS MOVED FROM KNOXVILLE TO GALESBURG, BUT THESE BUILDINGS REMAIN. GALESBURG, BUT THESE BUILDINGS REMAIN. NEXT DOOR IS THIS STRUCTURE, REMAIN. NEXT DOOR IS THIS STRUCTURE, BUILT IN 1853. NEXT DOOR IS THIS STRUCTURE, BUILT IN 1853. IT WAS THE HALL OF RECORDS. BUILT IN 1853. IT WAS THE HALL OF RECORDS. DESIGNED TO BE FIREPROOF, ITS IT WAS THE HALL OF RECORDS. DESIGNED TO BE FIREPROOF, ITS FLOOR, AS WELL AS THE SHUTTERS DESIGNED TO BE FIREPROOF, ITS FLOOR, AS WELL AS THE SHUTTERS WERE MADE OF IRON! FLOOR, AS WELL AS THE SHUTTERS WERE MADE OF IRON! LATER, AFTER THE COUNTY SEAT WAS WERE MADE OF IRON! LATER, AFTER THE COUNTY SEAT WAS MOVED, THIS BECAME THE TOWN'S LATER, AFTER THE COUNTY SEAT WAS MOVED, THIS BECAME THE TOWN'S LIBRARY FOR A HUNDRED YEARS. MOVED, THIS BECAME THE TOWN'S LIBRARY FOR A HUNDRED YEARS. MEANWHILE, THIS COURTHOUSE IS LIBRARY FOR A HUNDRED YEARS. MEANWHILE, THIS COURTHOUSE IS FILLED A VARIETY OF ROLLS, MEANWHILE, THIS COURTHOUSE IS FILLED A VARIETY OF ROLLS, INCLUDING TOWN AUDITORIUM, OPERA FILLED A VARIETY OF ROLLS, INCLUDING TOWN AUDITORIUM, OPERA HOUSE, AND FOR AWHILE IT WAS INCLUDING TOWN AUDITORIUM, OPERA HOUSE, AND FOR AWHILE IT WAS EVEN THE FIRE STATION. BUT IT HOUSE, AND FOR AWHILE IT WAS EVEN THE FIRE STATION. BUT IT HAS SINCE BEEN RESTORED AND NOW EVEN THE FIRE STATION. BUT IT HAS SINCE BEEN RESTORED AND NOW HOME TO THE KNOX COUNTY HAS SINCE BEEN RESTORED AND NOW HOME TO THE KNOX COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM AND ITS HOME TO THE KNOX COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM AND ITS IMPRESSIVE COLLECTION. HISTORICAL MUSEUM AND ITS IMPRESSIVE COLLECTION. ON DISPLAY IS THIS PROTOTYPE OF IMPRESSIVE COLLECTION. ON DISPLAY IS THIS PROTOTYPE OF THE STATE FLAG. ON DISPLAY IS THIS PROTOTYPE OF THE STATE FLAG. IN 1912ELLA LAWRENCE OF THE STATE FLAG. IN 1912ELLA LAWRENCE OF GALESBURG NOTICED ILLINOIS HAD IN 1912ELLA LAWRENCE OF GALESBURG NOTICED ILLINOIS HAD NO OFFICIAL FLAG AND SPONSORED A GALESBURG NOTICED ILLINOIS HAD NO OFFICIAL FLAG AND SPONSORED A CON CONTEST THROUGH THE DAR. NO OFFICIAL FLAG AND SPONSORED A CON CONTEST THROUGH THE DAR. THIS WAS THE WINNING DESIGN FROM CON CONTEST THROUGH THE DAR. THIS WAS THE WINNING DESIGN FROM THE ROCKFORD CHAPTER WHICH WON THIS WAS THE WINNING DESIGN FROM THE ROCKFORD CHAPTER WHICH WON THE GRAND PRIZE OF $25. MRS. LAWRENCE HAD FIVE OF THESE HAND MADE FLAGS PRODUCED TO PROMOTE THE WINNING DESIGN WHICH HAND MADE FLAGS PRODUCED TO PROMOTE THE WINNING DESIGN WHICH WAS ADOPTED BY LAW IN 1915. PROMOTE THE WINNING DESIGN WHICH WAS ADOPTED BY LAW IN 1915. ESSENTIALLY THE CENTER OF THE WAS ADOPTED BY LAW IN 1915. ESSENTIALLY THE CENTER OF THE FLAG IS THE STATE SEAL WHICH, ESSENTIALLY THE CENTER OF THE FLAG IS THE STATE SEAL WHICH, INTERESTINGLY, HAS ANOMALY WHICH FLAG IS THE STATE SEAL WHICH, INTERESTINGLY, HAS ANOMALY WHICH DATES BACK TO THE CIVIL WAR. INTERESTINGLY, HAS ANOMALY WHICH DATES BACK TO THE CIVIL WAR. SHORTLY AFTER THE WAR, A NEW DATES BACK TO THE CIVIL WAR. SHORTLY AFTER THE WAR, A NEW STATE SEAL WAS APPROVED, BUT NOT SHORTLY AFTER THE WAR, A NEW STATE SEAL WAS APPROVED, BUT NOT THE WORDING WANTED BY THE STATE SEAL WAS APPROVED, BUT NOT THE WORDING WANTED BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE. THE WORDING WANTED BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE. SO HE CHANGED HOW THEY WERE DIS SECRETARY OF STATE. SO HE CHANGED HOW THEY WERE DIS DISPLAYED. SO HE CHANGED HOW THEY WERE DIS DISPLAYED. HE MADE NATIONAL UNION MORE DISPLAYED. HE MADE NATIONAL UNION MORE PREVALENT AND TURNED THE WORD HE MADE NATIONAL UNION MORE PREVALENT AND TURNED THE WORD "SOVEREIGNTY" FROM STATE PREVALENT AND TURNED THE WORD "SOVEREIGNTY" FROM STATE SOVEREIGNTY UP SIDE DOWN. "SOVEREIGNTY" FROM STATE SOVEREIGNTY UP SIDE DOWN. KNOX COUNTY WAS ALSO HOME TO THE SOVEREIGNTY UP SIDE DOWN. KNOX COUNTY WAS ALSO HOME TO THE ABINGDON SANITARY MANUFACTURING KNOX COUNTY WAS ALSO HOME TO THE ABINGDON SANITARY MANUFACTURING COMPANY. ABINGDON SANITARY MANUFACTURING COMPANY. IN 1928, THEY WERE THE FIRST COMPANY. IN 1928, THEY WERE THE FIRST COMPANY IN THE COUNTRY TO IN 1928, THEY WERE THE FIRST COMPANY IN THE COUNTRY TO PRODUCE COLORED PLUMBING COMPANY IN THE COUNTRY TO PRODUCE COLORED PLUMBING FIXTURES, AND THEY WERE THE SOLE PRODUCE COLORED PLUMBING FIXTURES, AND THEY WERE THE SOLE SUPPLIER TO THE CHICAGO WORLD'S FIXTURES, AND THEY WERE THE SOLE SUPPLIER TO THE CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR EVER 1933. SUPPLIER TO THE CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR EVER 1933. BUT THEN CAME THE DEPRESSION. FAIR EVER 1933. BUT THEN CAME THE DEPRESSION. IN ORDER TO SURVIVE, THE COMPANY BUT THEN CAME THE DEPRESSION. IN ORDER TO SURVIVE, THE COMPANY BEGAN MAKING DECORATIVE CERAMIC IN ORDER TO SURVIVE, THE COMPANY BEGAN MAKING DECORATIVE CERAMIC PIECES WHICH WERE SOLD BEGAN MAKING DECORATIVE CERAMIC PIECES WHICH WERE SOLD NATIONALLY IN DEPARTMENT STORES PIECES WHICH WERE SOLD NATIONALLY IN DEPARTMENT STORES SUCH AS MARSHAL FIELDS AND NATIONALLY IN DEPARTMENT STORES SUCH AS MARSHAL FIELDS AND GIMBLES. SUCH AS MARSHAL FIELDS AND GIMBLES. DECORATIVE ACCENTS ADDED TO SOME GIMBLES. DECORATIVE ACCENTS ADDED TO SOME OF THE PIECES WERE DONE BY HAND. DECORATIVE ACCENTS ADDED TO SOME OF THE PIECES WERE DONE BY HAND. THIS IS THE LARGEST COLLECTION OF THE PIECES WERE DONE BY HAND. THIS IS THE LARGEST COLLECTION OF ABINGDON POTTERY ON DISPLAY. THIS IS THE LARGEST COLLECTION OF ABINGDON POTTERY ON DISPLAY. THERE ARE MORE THAN 300 PIECES OF ABINGDON POTTERY ON DISPLAY. THERE ARE MORE THAN 300 PIECES HERE, AND ALL BUT TWO OF THE THERE ARE MORE THAN 300 PIECES HERE, AND ALL BUT TWO OF THE COOKIE JAR DESIGNS PRODUCED. HERE, AND ALL BUT TWO OF THE COOKIE JAR DESIGNS PRODUCED. ALL OF THEM ARE HIGHLY PRIZED BY COOKIE JAR DESIGNS PRODUCED. ALL OF THEM ARE HIGHLY PRIZED BY COLLECTORS WORLDWIDE. WHAT WAS ONCE THE SECOND FLOOR COURTROOM IS NOW HOME TO A RATHER LARGE AND DIVERSE COURTROOM IS NOW HOME TO A RATHER LARGE AND DIVERSE COLLECTION ONE OF THE MOST RATHER LARGE AND DIVERSE COLLECTION ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR OF WHICH IS THIS OLD COLLECTION ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR OF WHICH IS THIS OLD BUGGY. POPULAR OF WHICH IS THIS OLD BUGGY. IT WAS BUILT IN 1828 BY AN BUGGY. IT WAS BUILT IN 1828 BY AN OHIOAN NAMED GEORGE CHAPMAN WHO IT WAS BUILT IN 1828 BY AN OHIOAN NAMED GEORGE CHAPMAN WHO USED IT TO MOVE HIS BRIDE TO OHIOAN NAMED GEORGE CHAPMAN WHO USED IT TO MOVE HIS BRIDE TO PLYMOUTH ILLINOIS A COUPLE YEARS USED IT TO MOVE HIS BRIDE TO PLYMOUTH ILLINOIS A COUPLE YEARS LATER. PLYMOUTH ILLINOIS A COUPLE YEARS LATER. BUT THE REAL STORY OF THIS BUGGY LATER. BUT THE REAL STORY OF THIS BUGGY OCCURS LATE IN 1858 WHEN A BUT THE REAL STORY OF THIS BUGGY OCCURS LATE IN 1858 WHEN A SENATOR UAL CANDIDATE WAS OCCURS LATE IN 1858 WHEN A SENATOR UAL CANDIDATE WAS SCHEDULED TO SPEAK IN CARTHAGE. SENATOR UAL CANDIDATE WAS SCHEDULED TO SPEAK IN CARTHAGE. THE NEAREST TRAIN SERVICE WAS SCHEDULED TO SPEAK IN CARTHAGE. THE NEAREST TRAIN SERVICE WAS 15 MILES AWAY IN PLYMOUTH. THE NEAREST TRAIN SERVICE WAS 15 MILES AWAY IN PLYMOUTH. SO CHAPMAN DROVE THE POL IT 15 MILES AWAY IN PLYMOUTH. SO CHAPMAN DROVE THE POL IT TICIAN TO AND FROM HIS SPEECH. SO CHAPMAN DROVE THE POL IT TICIAN TO AND FROM HIS SPEECH. THERE DOESN'T SEEM TO BE ENOUGH TICIAN TO AND FROM HIS SPEECH. THERE DOESN'T SEEM TO BE ENOUGH SPACE FOR TWO PEOPLE TO SIT-COM THERE DOESN'T SEEM TO BE ENOUGH SPACE FOR TWO PEOPLE TO SIT-COM AT THAT BLY, MUCH LESS SOMEONE SPACE FOR TWO PEOPLE TO SIT-COM AT THAT BLY, MUCH LESS SOMEONE THE SIZE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. AT THAT BLY, MUCH LESS SOMEONE THE SIZE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. BEFORE THE SPEECH BEGAN, LINCOLN THE SIZE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. BEFORE THE SPEECH BEGAN, LINCOLN INVITED CHAPMAN WHO WAS A BEFORE THE SPEECH BEGAN, LINCOLN INVITED CHAPMAN WHO WAS A DEMOCRAT TO SIT UP ON THE INVITED CHAPMAN WHO WAS A DEMOCRAT TO SIT UP ON THE PLATFORM WITH HIM. DEMOCRAT TO SIT UP ON THE PLATFORM WITH HIM. LINCOLN THEN REMASHED HE HOPED PLATFORM WITH HIM. LINCOLN THEN REMASHED HE HOPED CHAPMAN WOULD BECOME A LINCOLN THEN REMASHED HE HOPED CHAPMAN WOULD BECOME A REPUBLICAN BEFORE HE LEFT TOWN. CHAPMAN WOULD BECOME A REPUBLICAN BEFORE HE LEFT TOWN. ACCORDING TO LEGEND, HE DID REPUBLICAN BEFORE HE LEFT TOWN. ACCORDING TO LEGEND, HE DID SWITCH PARTIES. ACCORDING TO LEGEND, HE DID SWITCH PARTIES. FROM THAT SAME ERA IS THIS CORN SWITCH PARTIES. FROM THAT SAME ERA IS THIS CORN PLANTER WHICH WAS INVENTED BY A FROM THAT SAME ERA IS THIS CORN PLANTER WHICH WAS INVENTED BY A LOCAL FARMER BY THE NAME OF PLANTER WHICH WAS INVENTED BY A LOCAL FARMER BY THE NAME OF GEORGE BROWN. LOCAL FARMER BY THE NAME OF GEORGE BROWN. BUT IMITATIONS OF HIS INVENTION GEORGE BROWN. BUT IMITATIONS OF HIS INVENTION LED TO A LAWSUIT WHICH TIMELY BUT IMITATIONS OF HIS INVENTION LED TO A LAWSUIT WHICH TIMELY WOUND UP IN FRONT OF THE U.S. LED TO A LAWSUIT WHICH TIMELY WOUND UP IN FRONT OF THE U.S. SUPREME COURT. WOUND UP IN FRONT OF THE U.S. SUPREME COURT. BUT IN 1874, THEY RULED THAT SUPREME COURT. BUT IN 1874, THEY RULED THAT MR. BROWN WAS, INDEED, THE BUT IN 1874, THEY RULED THAT MR. BROWN WAS, INDEED, THE INVENTOR OF THE CORN PLANTER. MR. BROWN WAS, INDEED, THE INVENTOR OF THE CORN PLANTER. HIS MACHINE HAD METAL RUNNERS INVENTOR OF THE CORN PLANTER. HIS MACHINE HAD METAL RUNNERS THAT WOULD CUT A TRENCH. HIS MACHINE HAD METAL RUNNERS THAT WOULD CUT A TRENCH. SEED BINS ABOVE HAD ROTATING THAT WOULD CUT A TRENCH. SEED BINS ABOVE HAD ROTATING HOLES THROUGH WHICH THE SEEDS SEED BINS ABOVE HAD ROTATING HOLES THROUGH WHICH THE SEEDS DROPPED. HOLES THROUGH WHICH THE SEEDS DROPPED. SO POPULAR WAS THIS PLANTER THAT DROPPED. SO POPULAR WAS THIS PLANTER THAT BY 1878 HIS COMPANY WAS MAKING SO POPULAR WAS THIS PLANTER THAT BY 1878 HIS COMPANY WAS MAKING 8,000 A YEAR. BY 1878 HIS COMPANY WAS MAKING 8,000 A YEAR. BUT HE WASN'T THE ONLY INVENTOR 8,000 A YEAR. BUT HE WASN'T THE ONLY INVENTOR IN THE COUNTY. ON DISPLAY ARE BUT HE WASN'T THE ONLY INVENTOR IN THE COUNTY. ON DISPLAY ARE SEVERAL PAT ENTER APPLICATIONS IN THE COUNTY. ON DISPLAY ARE SEVERAL PAT ENTER APPLICATIONS WHICH WERE SUBMITTED BY LOCAL SEVERAL PAT ENTER APPLICATIONS WHICH WERE SUBMITTED BY LOCAL INVENTOR IN THE LATE 1800'S. WHICH WERE SUBMITTED BY LOCAL INVENTOR IN THE LATE 1800'S. BACK THEN SUBMISSIONS HAD TO BE INVENTOR IN THE LATE 1800'S. BACK THEN SUBMISSIONS HAD TO BE ACCOMPANIED BY SCALE WORKING BACK THEN SUBMISSIONS HAD TO BE ACCOMPANIED BY SCALE WORKING MODEL OF THE INVENTION. ACCOMPANIED BY SCALE WORKING MODEL OF THE INVENTION. THIS WAS IDEA OF DISHWASHER FROM MODEL OF THE INVENTION. THIS WAS IDEA OF DISHWASHER FROM 1870. THIS WAS IDEA OF DISHWASHER FROM 1870. HERE IS A TOOL DESIGNED TO 1870. HERE IS A TOOL DESIGNED TO SHRINK THE IRON RIMS ON WAGON HERE IS A TOOL DESIGNED TO SHRINK THE IRON RIMS ON WAGON WHEELS WITHOUT CUTTING FROM SHRINK THE IRON RIMS ON WAGON WHEELS WITHOUT CUTTING FROM 1860. WHEELS WITHOUT CUTTING FROM 1860. WHILE ALL THESE INVENTIONS WERE 1860. WHILE ALL THESE INVENTIONS WERE PATENTED, IT IS NOT KNOWN IF ANY WHILE ALL THESE INVENTIONS WERE PATENTED, IT IS NOT KNOWN IF ANY OF THEM ACTUALLY MADE IT TO THE PATENTED, IT IS NOT KNOWN IF ANY OF THEM ACTUALLY MADE IT TO THE MARKETPLACE. OF THEM ACTUALLY MADE IT TO THE MARKETPLACE. >> BEHIND ME IS A YEOMAN ET MARKETPLACE. >> BEHIND ME IS A YEOMAN ET UNIFORM FROM WORLD WAR I. >> BEHIND ME IS A YEOMAN ET UNIFORM FROM WORLD WAR I. IT WAS A CLASSIFICATION GIVEN TO UNIFORM FROM WORLD WAR I. IT WAS A CLASSIFICATION GIVEN TO WOMAN WHO ENTERED THE NAVY. IT WAS A CLASSIFICATION GIVEN TO WOMAN WHO ENTERED THE NAVY. FOR THE MOST PART, THEY WERE WOMAN WHO ENTERED THE NAVY. FOR THE MOST PART, THEY WERE USED TO FILL THE CLERICAL AND FOR THE MOST PART, THEY WERE USED TO FILL THE CLERICAL AND SECRETARIAL POSITIONS VACATED BY USED TO FILL THE CLERICAL AND SECRETARIAL POSITIONS VACATED BY THE MEN SENT OVERSEAS. SECRETARIAL POSITIONS VACATED BY THE MEN SENT OVERSEAS. THE SLEEVE PATCH INDICATES A THE MEN SENT OVERSEAS. THE SLEEVE PATCH INDICATES A RANK OF CHIEF YEOMAN, THE THE SLEEVE PATCH INDICATES A RANK OF CHIEF YEOMAN, THE HIGHEST RATING POSSIBLE FOR A RANK OF CHIEF YEOMAN, THE HIGHEST RATING POSSIBLE FOR A WOMAN AT THAT TIME. HIGHEST RATING POSSIBLE FOR A WOMAN AT THAT TIME. THE YB STANDS FOR YEOMAN WOMAN AT THAT TIME. THE YB STANDS FOR YEOMAN BATTALION WHICH WAS FORMED BY A THE YB STANDS FOR YEOMAN BATTALION WHICH WAS FORMED BY A DEDICATED GROUP OF WOMEN TO SET BATTALION WHICH WAS FORMED BY A DEDICATED GROUP OF WOMEN TO SET STANDARDS OF CONDUCT WHILE IN DEDICATED GROUP OF WOMEN TO SET STANDARDS OF CONDUCT WHILE IN UNIFORM. STANDARDS OF CONDUCT WHILE IN UNIFORM. THE NUMBER CONTINUE TODAY UNIFORM. THE NUMBER CONTINUE TODAY INCREASE UNTIL IT REACHED ALMOST THE NUMBER CONTINUE TODAY INCREASE UNTIL IT REACHED ALMOST 4,000 IN 1919. INCREASE UNTIL IT REACHED ALMOST 4,000 IN 1919. THAT'S WHEN RESPONDING TO 4,000 IN 1919. THAT'S WHEN RESPONDING TO PRESSURE AND CRITICISM ABOUT THAT'S WHEN RESPONDING TO PRESSURE AND CRITICISM ABOUT WOMEN IN THE MILITARY, CONGRESS PRESSURE AND CRITICISM ABOUT WOMEN IN THE MILITARY, CONGRESS DISBANDED THE YEOMANETTES. WOMEN IN THE MILITARY, CONGRESS DISBANDED THE YEOMANETTES. THOSE WHO REMAINED AT THEIR POST DISBANDED THE YEOMANETTES. THOSE WHO REMAINED AT THEIR POST BECAME CIVIL SERVANTS. BUILT IN 1845 IT WAS THE COUNTY JAIL FOR ALMOST 30 YEARS, BUT IT WAS NOT THE FIRST PRISON. JAIL FOR ALMOST 30 YEARS, BUT IT WAS NOT THE FIRST PRISON. THAT ONE WAS A LOG STRUCTURE WAS NOT THE FIRST PRISON. THAT ONE WAS A LOG STRUCTURE BUILT IN 1832, AND IT HAD NO THAT ONE WAS A LOG STRUCTURE BUILT IN 1832, AND IT HAD NO DOORS OR WINDOWS ON THE FIRST BUILT IN 1832, AND IT HAD NO DOORS OR WINDOWS ON THE FIRST FLOOR. DOORS OR WINDOWS ON THE FIRST FLOOR. PRISONERS WERE LOWERED INTO FLOOR. PRISONERS WERE LOWERED INTO THEIR CELLS TO A TRAP DOOR ON PRISONERS WERE LOWERED INTO THEIR CELLS TO A TRAP DOOR ON THE SECOND FLOOR. THEIR CELLS TO A TRAP DOOR ON THE SECOND FLOOR. BUT INMATES STILL MANAGED TO THE SECOND FLOOR. BUT INMATES STILL MANAGED TO ESCAPE AND ONE EVEN SET FIRE TO BUT INMATES STILL MANAGED TO ESCAPE AND ONE EVEN SET FIRE TO HIS CELL. ESCAPE AND ONE EVEN SET FIRE TO HIS CELL. THEY DECIDED TO BUILD A MORE HIS CELL. THEY DECIDED TO BUILD A MORE SUBSTANTIAL BUILDING. THEY DECIDED TO BUILD A MORE SUBSTANTIAL BUILDING. IT TOOK FOUR YEARS AND OVER SUBSTANTIAL BUILDING. IT TOOK FOUR YEARS AND OVER $7,000 TO BUILD THIS NEW IT TOOK FOUR YEARS AND OVER $7,000 TO BUILD THIS NEW BUILDING. $7,000 TO BUILD THIS NEW BUILDING. AND LIKE MOST JAILS OF THAT ERA, BUILDING. AND LIKE MOST JAILS OF THAT ERA, THIS ONE, TOO, HAD A SPLIT AND LIKE MOST JAILS OF THAT ERA, THIS ONE, TOO, HAD A SPLIT PERSONALITY. THIS ONE, TOO, HAD A SPLIT PERSONALITY. IN THE FRONT HALF OF THE PERSONALITY. IN THE FRONT HALF OF THE BUILDING IS WHERE THE SHERIFF IN THE FRONT HALF OF THE BUILDING IS WHERE THE SHERIFF AND HIS FAMILY LIVED. BUILDING IS WHERE THE SHERIFF AND HIS FAMILY LIVED. BEHIND THEM WERE THE CELLS WHOSE AND HIS FAMILY LIVED. BEHIND THEM WERE THE CELLS WHOSE WALLS WERE MADE OF LARGE STONE BEHIND THEM WERE THE CELLS WHOSE WALLS WERE MADE OF LARGE STONE BLOCKS EACH ONE SO HEAVY IT HAD WALLS WERE MADE OF LARGE STONE BLOCKS EACH ONE SO HEAVY IT HAD TO BE TRANSPORTED ON A SINGLE BLOCKS EACH ONE SO HEAVY IT HAD TO BE TRANSPORTED ON A SINGLE WAGON. TO BE TRANSPORTED ON A SINGLE WAGON. THE TOP FLOOR CONTAINED TWO WAGON. THE TOP FLOOR CONTAINED TWO LARGE HOLDING CELLS ONE OF WHICH THE TOP FLOOR CONTAINED TWO LARGE HOLDING CELLS ONE OF WHICH WAS USED AS A DRUNK TANK. THIS LARGE HOLDING CELLS ONE OF WHICH WAS USED AS A DRUNK TANK. THIS ONE HAD IRON RINGS EMBEDDED IN WAS USED AS A DRUNK TANK. THIS ONE HAD IRON RINGS EMBEDDED IN THE FLOOR FOR CHAINING ONE HAD IRON RINGS EMBEDDED IN THE FLOOR FOR CHAINING BELLIGERENT OR VIOLENTLY INSANE THE FLOOR FOR CHAINING BELLIGERENT OR VIOLENTLY INSANE PRISONERS. BELLIGERENT OR VIOLENTLY INSANE PRISONERS. BELOW ARE THE SOLITARY CELLS. PRISONERS. BELOW ARE THE SOLITARY CELLS. EACH MEASURES SIX FEET BY FOUR BELOW ARE THE SOLITARY CELLS. EACH MEASURES SIX FEET BY FOUR AND HAS NO WINDOW OR STOVE. EACH MEASURES SIX FEET BY FOUR AND HAS NO WINDOW OR STOVE. UNLIKE UPSTAIRS, THERE ARE NO AND HAS NO WINDOW OR STOVE. UNLIKE UPSTAIRS, THERE ARE NO SIMPLE IRON BARS FOR THE DOORS. UNLIKE UPSTAIRS, THERE ARE NO SIMPLE IRON BARS FOR THE DOORS. THEY WERE MADE OF A THICK CROSS SIMPLE IRON BARS FOR THE DOORS. THEY WERE MADE OF A THICK CROSS HATCH PATTERN. THEY WERE MADE OF A THICK CROSS HATCH PATTERN. BETWEEN THE THICK STONE AND THE HATCH PATTERN. BETWEEN THE THICK STONE AND THE IRON, IT WAS FELT ESCAPE WAS BETWEEN THE THICK STONE AND THE IRON, IT WAS FELT ESCAPE WAS IMPOSSIBLE. IRON, IT WAS FELT ESCAPE WAS IMPOSSIBLE. BUT THE FIRST NIGHT THE JAIL IMPOSSIBLE. BUT THE FIRST NIGHT THE JAIL HOUSED PRISONERS, ONE FELLOW WAS BUT THE FIRST NIGHT THE JAIL HOUSED PRISONERS, ONE FELLOW WAS ABLE TO REACH THROUGH THE DOOR HOUSED PRISONERS, ONE FELLOW WAS ABLE TO REACH THROUGH THE DOOR AND UNLOCK HIS CELL. ABLE TO REACH THROUGH THE DOOR AND UNLOCK HIS CELL. HE THEN PROCEEDED TO UNLOCK ALL AND UNLOCK HIS CELL. HE THEN PROCEEDED TO UNLOCK ALL THE OTHER CELLS. HE THEN PROCEEDED TO UNLOCK ALL THE OTHER CELLS. BECAUSE OF THAT NIGHT, THESE THE OTHER CELLS. BECAUSE OF THAT NIGHT, THESE EXTENSIONS WERE ADDED THAT WRAP BECAUSE OF THAT NIGHT, THESE EXTENSIONS WERE ADDED THAT WRAP AROUND THE DOORWAY WELL OUT OF EXTENSIONS WERE ADDED THAT WRAP AROUND THE DOORWAY WELL OUT OF ARM'S REACH. AROUND THE DOORWAY WELL OUT OF ARM'S REACH. THAT WAS THE FIRST YEAR. ARM'S REACH. THAT WAS THE FIRST YEAR. IN THE JAIL'S LAST YEAR, 1873, THAT WAS THE FIRST YEAR. IN THE JAIL'S LAST YEAR, 1873, THIS BUILDING WAS THE SITE OF IN THE JAIL'S LAST YEAR, 1873, THIS BUILDING WAS THE SITE OF KNOX COUNTY'S FIRST AND ONLY THIS BUILDING WAS THE SITE OF KNOX COUNTY'S FIRST AND ONLY LEGAL HANGING. KNOX COUNTY'S FIRST AND ONLY LEGAL HANGING. JOHN OSBORN WAS A CIVIL WAR VET. LEGAL HANGING. JOHN OSBORN WAS A CIVIL WAR VET. AND AFTERWARDS HAD JOINED A BAND JOHN OSBORN WAS A CIVIL WAR VET. AND AFTERWARDS HAD JOINED A BAND OF THIEVES AND LATER SERVED TIME AND AFTERWARDS HAD JOINED A BAND OF THIEVES AND LATER SERVED TIME IN A STATE PENITENTIARY. HE OF THIEVES AND LATER SERVED TIME IN A STATE PENITENTIARY. HE APPARENTLY TOOK WORK ON A NEARBY IN A STATE PENITENTIARY. HE APPARENTLY TOOK WORK ON A NEARBY FARM AND ONE DAY CUT THE THROAT APPARENTLY TOOK WORK ON A NEARBY FARM AND ONE DAY CUT THE THROAT OF HIS EMPLOYER'S WIFE. AFTERWARDS, HE JOINED THE POSSE SEARCHING FOR THE MURDERER, BUT HE WAS EVENTUALLY CAUGHT AND SEARCHING FOR THE MURDERER, BUT HE WAS EVENTUALLY CAUGHT AND CONVICTED. HE WAS EVENTUALLY CAUGHT AND CONVICTED. ON THE DAY OF THE HANGING, THE CONVICTED. ON THE DAY OF THE HANGING, THE CROWD WAS SO LARGE THAT HE HAD ON THE DAY OF THE HANGING, THE CROWD WAS SO LARGE THAT HE HAD TO BE TAKEN OUT THIS WINDOW TO CROWD WAS SO LARGE THAT HE HAD TO BE TAKEN OUT THIS WINDOW TO THE HANGING SCAFFOLDING. BEHIND ME IS THE OLDEST BUILDING ON THE GROUNDS. ORIGINALLY IT WAS LOCATED ACROSS ON THE GROUNDS. ORIGINALLY IT WAS LOCATED ACROSS THE STREET. ORIGINALLY IT WAS LOCATED ACROSS THE STREET. IT WAS THE TOWN'S SHOPPING THE STREET. IT WAS THE TOWN'S SHOPPING CENTER. IT WAS THE TOWN'S SHOPPING CENTER. THIS WAS THE FIRST GENERAL STORE CENTER. THIS WAS THE FIRST GENERAL STORE OF KNOXVILLE, AND WAS ERECTED IN THIS WAS THE FIRST GENERAL STORE OF KNOXVILLE, AND WAS ERECTED IN 1832 BY JOHN SANBURN, A MAN OF OF KNOXVILLE, AND WAS ERECTED IN 1832 BY JOHN SANBURN, A MAN OF MANY FIRSTS. 1832 BY JOHN SANBURN, A MAN OF MANY FIRSTS. HE BECAME THE FIRST COUNTY MANY FIRSTS. HE BECAME THE FIRST COUNTY CLERK, FIRST COUNTY RECORDER, HE BECAME THE FIRST COUNTY CLERK, FIRST COUNTY RECORDER, FIRST PROBATE JUDGE, AND THE CLERK, FIRST COUNTY RECORDER, FIRST PROBATE JUDGE, AND THE TOWN'S FIRST POST MASTER. FIRST PROBATE JUDGE, AND THE TOWN'S FIRST POST MASTER. THE CABIN HOUSES THE PIONEER TOWN'S FIRST POST MASTER. THE CABIN HOUSES THE PIONEER PORTION OF THE MUSEUM'S THE CABIN HOUSES THE PIONEER PORTION OF THE MUSEUM'S COLLECTION, ALONG WITH SOME OF PORTION OF THE MUSEUM'S COLLECTION, ALONG WITH SOME OF THE TOWN'S BUSINESS MEMORABILIA. COLLECTION, ALONG WITH SOME OF THE TOWN'S BUSINESS MEMORABILIA. FOR EXAMPLE, IN 1836 KNOXVILLE THE TOWN'S BUSINESS MEMORABILIA. FOR EXAMPLE, IN 1836 KNOXVILLE WAS HOME TO A BEURRE RY COMPANY FOR EXAMPLE, IN 1836 KNOXVILLE WAS HOME TO A BEURRE RY COMPANY WHICH BOTTLED ITS BEER IN CLAY WAS HOME TO A BEURRE RY COMPANY WHICH BOTTLED ITS BEER IN CLAY BOTTLES IMPORTED FROM GERMANY. WHICH BOTTLED ITS BEER IN CLAY BOTTLES IMPORTED FROM GERMANY. THIS IS ONE OF THE FEW SURVIVING BOTTLES IMPORTED FROM GERMANY. THIS IS ONE OF THE FEW SURVIVING BOTTLES FROM THAT PERIOD AND HAS THIS IS ONE OF THE FEW SURVIVING BOTTLES FROM THAT PERIOD AND HAS THE INITIALS W AND C ON ITS BOTTLES FROM THAT PERIOD AND HAS THE INITIALS W AND C ON ITS SIDE. THE INITIALS W AND C ON ITS SIDE. ALSO ON DISPLAY ARE THE SIDE. ALSO ON DISPLAY ARE THE PIGEONHOLES FROM THE MAIL FOR ALSO ON DISPLAY ARE THE PIGEONHOLES FROM THE MAIL FOR THE FIRST POST OFFICE IN PIGEONHOLES FROM THE MAIL FOR THE FIRST POST OFFICE IN ABINGDON. THE FIRST POST OFFICE IN ABINGDON. BUT THERE IS ONE MORE STRUCTURE ABINGDON. BUT THERE IS ONE MORE STRUCTURE WE NEED TO MENTION. BUT THERE IS ONE MORE STRUCTURE WE NEED TO MENTION. >> BETWEEN THE OLD COURTHOUSE WE NEED TO MENTION. >> BETWEEN THE OLD COURTHOUSE AND THE HALL OF RECORDS IS THIS >> BETWEEN THE OLD COURTHOUSE AND THE HALL OF RECORDS IS THIS BRICK BUILDING. AND THE HALL OF RECORDS IS THIS BRICK BUILDING. IT WAS THE TOWN PRIVY. BRICK BUILDING. IT WAS THE TOWN PRIVY. WE WERE TOLD IT WAS EIGHT IT WAS THE TOWN PRIVY. WE WERE TOLD IT WAS EIGHT WHOLER. WE WERE TOLD IT WAS EIGHT WHOLER. NOT ONLY THAT BUT IT WAS A GREAT WHOLER. NOT ONLY THAT BUT IT WAS A GREAT PLACE TO CATCH UP ON ALL THE NOT ONLY THAT BUT IT WAS A GREAT PLACE TO CATCH UP ON ALL THE LOCAL NEWS BY READING THE WALLS. PLACE TO CATCH UP ON ALL THE LOCAL NEWS BY READING THE WALLS. WHILE THE COUNTY SEAT HAS SINCE LOCAL NEWS BY READING THE WALLS. WHILE THE COUNTY SEAT HAS SINCE MOVED, THE OLD BUILDINGS ARE WHILE THE COUNTY SEAT HAS SINCE MOVED, THE OLD BUILDINGS ARE STILL SERVING THIS AREA. MOVED, THE OLD BUILDINGS ARE STILL SERVING THIS AREA. THIS TIME AS PRESERVERS OF STILL SERVING THIS AREA. THIS TIME AS PRESERVERS OF HISTORY, A HISTORY IN WHICH THEY THIS TIME AS PRESERVERS OF HISTORY, A HISTORY IN WHICH THEY WERE THE BACKDROPS. HISTORY, A HISTORY IN WHICH THEY WERE THE BACKDROPS. FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TIMES WERE THE BACKDROPS. FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TIMES WHEN THE MUSEUMS ARE OPEN TO THE FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TIMES WHEN THE MUSEUMS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC CALL (309)289-2814 OR WHEN THE MUSEUMS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC CALL (309)289-2814 OR VISIT THE WEB SITE SHOWN ON THE PUBLIC CALL (309)289-2814 OR VISIT THE WEB SITE SHOWN ON THE SCREEN.

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History

Knox County was named in honor of Henry Knox, the first US Secretary of War.[3]

The first "Knox County" in what today is Illinois was unrelated to the modern incarnation. In 1790, the land of the Indiana Territory that was to become Illinois was divided into two counties: St. Clair and Knox. The latter included land in what was to become Indiana. When Knox County, Indiana, was formed from this portion of the county in 1809, the Illinois portions were subdivided into counties that were given other names.

The modern Knox County, Illinois, was organized in 1825, from Fulton County, itself a portion of the original St. Clair County.

Like its neighbor to the south, Fulton County, for its Spoon River Drive, Knox County is also known for a similar scenic drive fall festival the first two weekends in October, the Knox County Drive.

Geography

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 720 square miles (1,900 km2), of which 716 square miles (1,850 km2) is land and 3.4 square miles (8.8 km2) (0.5%) is water.[4]

Climate and weather

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Source: The Weather Channel[5]

In recent years, average temperatures in the county seat of Galesburg have ranged from a low of 13 °F (−11 °C) in January to a high of 85 °F (29 °C) in July, although a record low of −25 °F (−32 °C) was recorded in January 1982 and a record high of 102 °F (39 °C) was recorded in July 1983. Average monthly precipitation ranged from 1.41 inches (36 mm) in January to 4.37 inches (111 mm) in July.[5]

Major highways

Adjacent counties

Demographics

Historical population
Census Pop.
1830274
18407,0602,476.6%
185013,27988.1%
186028,663115.9%
187039,52237.9%
188038,344−3.0%
189038,7521.1%
190043,61212.5%
191046,1595.8%
192046,7271.2%
193051,3369.9%
194052,2501.8%
195054,3664.0%
196061,28012.7%
197061,2800.0%
198061,6070.5%
199056,393−8.5%
200055,836−1.0%
201052,919−5.2%
Est. 201650,938[6]−3.7%
U.S. Decennial Census[7]
1790-1960[8] 1900-1990[9]
1990-2000[10] 2010-2013[1]
2000 census age pyramid for Knox County
2000 census age pyramid for Knox County

As of the 2010 United States Census, there were 52,919 people, 21,535 households, and 13,324 families residing in the county.[11] The population density was 73.9 inhabitants per square mile (28.5/km2). There were 24,077 housing units at an average density of 33.6 per square mile (13.0/km2).[4] The racial makeup of the county was 87.5% white, 7.2% black or African American, 0.6% Asian, 0.2% American Indian, 1.9% from other races, and 2.5% from two or more races. Those of Hispanic or Latino origin made up 4.8% of the population.[11] In terms of ancestry, 23.1% were German, 14.9% were Irish, 11.7% were English, 11.6% were Swedish, and 8.0% were American.[12]

Of the 21,535 households, 27.2% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 45.7% were married couples living together, 11.9% had a female householder with no husband present, 38.1% were non-families, and 32.3% of all households were made up of individuals. The average household size was 2.27 and the average family size was 2.84. The median age was 42.0 years.[11]

The median income for a household in the county was $39,545 and the median income for a family was $51,740. Males had a median income of $42,067 versus $25,380 for females. The per capita income for the county was $20,908. About 10.9% of families and 15.5% of the population were below the poverty line, including 24.7% of those under age 18 and 7.3% of those age 65 or over.[13]

Communities

Cities

Villages

Census-designated places

Other unincorporated communities

Townships

Knox County is divided into twenty-one townships:

Politics

Knox County’s political history is typical of Yankee-settled Northern Illinois. It leaned Whig during its early elections – although giving a plurality to Franklin Pierce in 1852 – and become powerfully Republican following that party’s formation. Although Knox did support Progressive Theodore Roosevelt against conservative incumbent President William Howard Taft in 1912, it was Franklin D. Roosevelt’s 1932 landslide before Knox County again gave the Democratic Party so much as a plurality, and it did not give a Democratic absolute majority until Lyndon B. Johnson gained such against the anti-Yankee, Southern-leaning Barry Goldwater in 1964.

Since then, Knox County gradually trended Democratic for the following four decades, so that Michael Dukakis in his losing 1988 campaign was to carry the county by the same margin as Johnson had done in 1964. During the 1990s and 2000s, Knox was a solidly Democratic county, voting Democratic by at least nine percentage points in every election from 1992 to 2012. The 2016 election, in the shadow of high unemployment in the “Rust Belt” saw a swing of over twenty percentage points to Donald Trump, who became the first Republican victor in the county since Ronald Reagan in 1984 when he came within 3,819 votes of cleansweeping all fifty states.

Presidential elections results
Presidential elections results[14]
Year Republican Democratic Third parties
2016 47.7% 10,737 44.8% 10,083 7.5% 1,683
2012 40.3% 9,408 57.6% 13,451 2.1% 497
2008 39.1% 9,419 58.9% 14,191 2.0% 488
2004 45.0% 11,111 54.3% 13,403 0.8% 194
2000 42.8% 9,912 54.3% 12,572 3.0% 690
1996 34.7% 7,822 55.4% 12,487 9.9% 2,239
1992 32.9% 8,331 49.5% 12,524 17.6% 4,441
1988 45.8% 10,842 53.8% 12,752 0.5% 106
1984 55.2% 14,974 44.3% 12,027 0.5% 121
1980 56.9% 14,907 33.4% 8,749 9.7% 2,542
1976 54.4% 14,123 44.4% 11,525 1.2% 319
1972 64.7% 17,315 34.9% 9,333 0.4% 118
1968 53.9% 14,216 36.8% 9,707 9.4% 2,473
1964 46.1% 12,850 53.9% 15,000
1960 60.1% 17,938 39.8% 11,889 0.1% 23
1956 66.0% 18,656 33.8% 9,558 0.1% 37
1952 64.2% 18,569 35.8% 10,354 0.1% 17
1948 60.2% 15,016 39.2% 9,772 0.7% 164
1944 61.0% 15,964 38.5% 10,070 0.5% 126
1940 57.8% 17,459 41.7% 12,597 0.6% 168
1936 50.5% 14,712 47.0% 13,697 2.5% 715
1932 49.1% 12,244 49.3% 12,282 1.6% 392
1928 72.3% 16,151 26.8% 5,993 0.8% 186
1924 65.9% 12,968 13.3% 2,617 20.8% 4,095
1920 73.9% 12,559 16.8% 2,852 9.4% 1,594
1916 58.8% 10,918 36.6% 6,785 4.6% 860
1912 16.7% 1,750 26.4% 2,758 56.9% 5,959
1908 63.8% 7,084 29.5% 3,277 6.6% 737
1904 73.8% 7,566 18.0% 1,849 8.1% 832
1900 67.6% 7,810 28.6% 3,299 3.8% 440
1896 67.4% 7,681 30.5% 3,480 2.1% 236
1892 60.5% 5,800 32.1% 3,073 7.5% 715

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "State & County QuickFacts". United States Census Bureau. Archived from the original on June 6, 2011. Retrieved July 6, 2014.
  2. ^ "Find a County". National Association of Counties. Archived from the original on 2011-05-31. Retrieved 2011-06-07.
  3. ^ Gannett, Henry (1905). The Origin of Certain Place Names in the United States. Government Printing Office. p. 177.
  4. ^ a b "Population, Housing Units, Area, and Density: 2010 - County". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved 2015-07-12.
  5. ^ a b "Monthly Averages for Galesburg, Illinois". The Weather Channel. Retrieved 2011-01-27.
  6. ^ "Population and Housing Unit Estimates". Retrieved June 9, 2017.
  7. ^ "U.S. Decennial Census". United States Census Bureau. Archived from the original on April 26, 2015. Retrieved July 6, 2014.
  8. ^ "Historical Census Browser". University of Virginia Library. Retrieved July 6, 2014.
  9. ^ "Population of Counties by Decennial Census: 1900 to 1990". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved July 6, 2014.
  10. ^ "Census 2000 PHC-T-4. Ranking Tables for Counties: 1990 and 2000" (PDF). United States Census Bureau. Retrieved July 6, 2014.
  11. ^ a b c "DP-1 Profile of General Population and Housing Characteristics: 2010 Demographic Profile Data". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved 2015-07-12.
  12. ^ "DP02 SELECTED SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS IN THE UNITED STATES – 2006-2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved 2015-07-12.
  13. ^ "DP03 SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS – 2006-2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved 2015-07-12.
  14. ^ Leip, David. "Dave Leip's Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections". uselectionatlas.org. Retrieved 19 March 2018.

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