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events have happened in Freeport and Stephenson County, Illinois,
and remarkable people have lived there. These are stories
gathered about people and events from 1835 through World War
by Robert Bike
The Bible mentions about 232 plants by name, or closely enough to figure out what plant is meant. Of these, 24 are aromatic plants; that is, parts of the plants can be pressed or distilled to get an essential oil. Essential oils are the lifeblood of plants and have tremendous healing capabilities.
healing power of plants is the basis for modern medicines.
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Carrie Warner, Rose Webster.
the young men of the class volunteered in the Civil War.
Susie Lawver married Mr. Fry, and moved to Chicago.
Lucinda Hent married Mr. Sanborn, and moved to Seattle, Washington.
Flora Mease married Mr. Thorpe, and moved to Monroe, Wisconsin.
Carrie Warner married Mr. Harrison, and moved to Scribner, Nebraska.
Rose Webster, Freeport.
The Conflict and the Victory
for the Times
Preached November 6th and 24th, 1864, in the
First Presbyterian Church, Freeport, Ill.
Isaac E. Carey.
Judson & McCluer, Printers.
Eddy Carey (1823-1902) was an abolitionist preacher in Freeport and
an instructor at Beloit College. He also preached here on Thanksgiving
Day, November 26, on the topic, God Doing Wonderful Things On Behalf
Of The Nation, and on the day of President Lincoln's funeral, April
19, 1865, a discourse about Lincoln. These three were published widely
as booklets, and are in anti-slavery collections and in the Library
of Congress. His daughter Ida was a childhood friend of Jane Addams.
on any year in the chart below to see the class and other info,
such as postcards, people and events from that year.