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Report of the Rivers and lakes commision on the Illinois river and its bottom lands with reference to the conservation of agriculture and fisheries and the control of floods by Illinois. Rivers and lakes commission. [from old catalog]

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Published by Illinois state journal co., state printers in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English


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ContributionsAlvord, John Watson, 1861-, Burdick, Charles B. (Charles Baker), 1874-1955
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGB1227.I3 A5 1915
The Physical Object
Pagination141 p.
Number of Pages141
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24618899M
LC Control Number16000313

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Report of the Rivers and lakes commision on the Illinois river and its bottom lands, with reference to the conservation of agriculture and fisheries and the control of floods, By Illinois. Rivers and lakes commission. [from old catalog] Abstract. p. Illinois. Division of Waterways: Report made to former Rivers and Lakes Commission on the Illinois River and its bottom lands, with reference to the conservation of agriculture and fisheries and the control of floods. ([Springfield, State Journal Co., State Printers, ]), also by Charles B. Burdick, John W. Alvord, and Illinois. Rivers and. The Illinois River valley has long been an important transportation route for civilizations. The portages between the Des Plaines and Chicago Rivers and the Kankakee and St. Joseph rivers allowed Native Americans, Europeans, and later Americans access between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi first European presence in the area was the Jesuit mission founded in by Father. We are getting reports of Lake Sturgeon in the tailwaters of some of the dams in the smaller tributary rivers to the Illinois River. They are highly susceptible to angling pressure when they migrate into these smaller rivers to spawn this time of year. Anglers need to be aware that the Lake Sturgeon is a state-endangered species and protected.

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