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[http://www.geni.com/people/Joseph-R-Biden-Jr-47th-Vice-President-of-the-USA/6000000010061916215 Joseph R. Biden Jr.] 47th Vice President of the USA
 
[http://www.geni.com/people/Joseph-R-Biden-Jr-47th-Vice-President-of-the-USA/6000000010061916215 Joseph R. Biden Jr.] 47th Vice President of the USA
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[http://www.historycooperative.org/journals/jishs/101.3-4/ives.html historycooperative.org]
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Discusses Lincoln's surveying activities in Mercer County, IL., in the 1830's. After his brief stint in the Black Hawk war, he received a commission to survey the future town of New Boston, in Mercer County. One of the founders of the project, Elijah Iles, is supposed to have been Lincoln's commanding officer during the Black Hawk War.
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[http://www.amerisurv.com/content/view/4220/136/ Review of the book "A. Lincoln with Compass and Chain," by Adin Baber]
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The reviewer felt that the author was too adoring of Lincoln and that the book was not properly researched from the surveying standpoint, but mentions that there are genealogies included in the book that do not pertain to Lincoln but to people he worked with. I am hoping to find an archive version of the book that I can download as a PDF.
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3. "History of Mercer County, Illinois, 1882"
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The book can be downloaded as a PDF. Contains biographical matter, statistics, etc., gathered from mattter furnished by the Mercer County Historical Society, interviews with old settlers, county, township and other records, and extracts from files of papers, pamphlets, and such other sources as have been available : containing also a short history of Henderson County (1882)

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Master Profiles for Presidents of the United States of America

George Washington 1st President of the USA

John Adams 2nd President of the USA

Thomas Jefferson 3rd President of the USA

James Madison 4th President of the USA

James Monroe 5th President of the USA

John Quincy Adams 6th President of the USA

Andrew Jackson 7th President of the USA

Martin Van Buren 8th President of the USA

William Henry Harrison 9th President of the USA

John Tyler 10th President of the USA

Zachary S. Taylor 12th President of the USA

Millard Filmore 13th President of the USA

Franklin Pierce 14th President of the USA

James Buchanan 15th President of the USA

Abraham Lincoln 16th President of the USA

Andrew Johnson 17th President of the USA

Ulysses S. Grant 18th President of the USA

Rutherford B. Hayes 19th President of the USA

James A. Garfield 20th President of the USA

Chester A. Arthur 21st President of the USA

Grover Cleveland 22nd and 24th President of the USA

William McKinley 25th President of the USA

Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt 26th President of the USA

William H. Taft 27th President of the USA

T. Woodrow Wilson 28th President of the USA

Warren G. Harding 29th President of the USA

Calvin Coolidge 30th President of the USA

Herbert C. Hoover 31st President of the USA

Franklin D. Roosevelt 32nd President of the USA

Harry S. Truman 33rd President of the USA

Dwight D. Eisenhower 34th President of the USA

John F. Kennedy 35th President of the USA

Lyndon B. Johnson 36th President of the USA

Richard M. Nixon 37th President of the USA

Gerald R. Ford 38th President of the USA

James E. Carter 39th President of the USA

Ronald W. Reagan 40th President of the USA

George H.W. Bush 41st President of the USA

William J. Clinton 42nd President of the USA

George W. Bush 43rd President of the USA

Barack H. Obama 44th President of the USA


Master Profiles for the Vice Presidents of the United States of America

John Adams 2nd President of the USA

Thomas Jefferson 3rd President of the USA

Aaron Burr, Jr. 3rd Vice President of the USA

George Clinton 4th Vice President of the USA

Elbridge Thomas Gerry 5th Vice President of the USA

Daniel D. Tompkins 6th Vice President of the USA

John C. Calhoun 7th Vice President of the USA

Martin Van Buren 8th President of the USA

Richard M. Johnson 9th Vice President of the USA

John Tyler 10th President of the USA

George Mifflin Dallas 11th Vice President of the USA

Millard Filmore 13th President of the USA

William R.D. King 13th Vice President of the USA

John Cabell Breckinridge 14th Vice President of the USA

Hannibal Hamlin 15th Vice President of the USA

Andrew Johnson 17th President of the USA

Schuyler Colfax 17th Vice President of the USA

Henry Wilson 18th Vice President of the USA

William Almon Wheeler 19th Vice President of the USA

Chester A. Arthur 21st President of the USA

Thomas A. Hendricks 21st Vice President of the USA

Levi Morton 22nd Vice President of the USA

Adlai E. Stevenson 23rd Vice President of the US

Garret A. Hobart 24th Vice President of the USA

Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt 26th President of the USA

Charles W. Fairbanks 26th Vice President of the USA

James S. Sherman 27th Vice President of the United States

Thomas R. Marshall 28th Vice President of the USA

Calvin Coolidge 30th President of the USA

Charles G. Dawes 30th Vice President of the USA

Charles Curtis 31st Vice President of the USA

John N. Garner 32nd Vice President of the USA

Henry A. Wallace 33rd Vice President of the USA

Harry S. Truman 33rd President of the USA

Alben Barkley 35th Vice President of the USA

Richard M. Nixon 37th President of the USA

Lyndon B. Johnson 36th President of the USA

Hubert H. Humphrey 38th Vice President of the USA

Spiro T. Agnew 39th Vice President of the USA

Gerald R. Ford 38th President of the USA

Nelson A. Rockefeller 41st Vice President of the USA

Walter F. Mondale 42nd Vice President of the USA

George H.W. Bush 41st President of the USA

James D. Quayle 44th Vice President of the USA

Albert A. Gore Jr. 45th Vice President of the USA

Richard B. Cheney 46th Vice President of the USA

Joseph R. Biden Jr. 47th Vice President of the USA

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historycooperative.org Discusses Lincoln's surveying activities in Mercer County, IL., in the 1830's. After his brief stint in the Black Hawk war, he received a commission to survey the future town of New Boston, in Mercer County. One of the founders of the project, Elijah Iles, is supposed to have been Lincoln's commanding officer during the Black Hawk War.

Review of the book "A. Lincoln with Compass and Chain," by Adin Baber The reviewer felt that the author was too adoring of Lincoln and that the book was not properly researched from the surveying standpoint, but mentions that there are genealogies included in the book that do not pertain to Lincoln but to people he worked with. I am hoping to find an archive version of the book that I can download as a PDF.

3. "History of Mercer County, Illinois, 1882" The book can be downloaded as a PDF. Contains biographical matter, statistics, etc., gathered from mattter furnished by the Mercer County Historical Society, interviews with old settlers, county, township and other records, and extracts from files of papers, pamphlets, and such other sources as have been available : containing also a short history of Henderson County (1882)

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