Binding Our State Together: 20[1] Years of Canals, Railroads, Postal Service, Interurbans, and Roads
Tuesday, December 3 | 6:00 p.m. | Community Room
Presented by: Presented by: Illinois Humanities Road Scholars Speakers Bureau—
Dr. Norman Moline

In Illinois, as in most places, people and communities have sought to connect with other places for personal, cultural, economic, and political reasons. Our territory was changed from a sparsely settled and minimally connected area to a place with an extensive set of linkages between communities and regions. Transportation and postal service developments have been key factors in shaping our state’s history and character.

*Illinois Humanities is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the Illinois General Assembly [through the Illinois Arts Council Agency], as well as by contributions from individuals, foundations and corporations.

*Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed by speakers, program participants, or audiences do not necessarily reflect those of the NEH, Illinois Humanities, our partnering organizations, or our funders.
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