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1 City (1990 pop. 27,033), Jackson co., S Ill.; inc. 1869. It is a railroad division point and the retail center of a coal-mining and farming area. Southern Illinois Univ. is a major employer. Memorial Day was inaugurated (1868) in Carbondale by Gen. John LoganLogan, John Alexander,
1826–86, American politician, Union general in the Civil War, b. Murphysboro, Ill. He fought in the Mexican War and practiced law in Illinois. A Democrat who supported Stephen A.
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. Giant City State Park and a wildlife refuge are nearby. 2 City (1990 pop. 10,664), Lackawanna co., NE Pa., on the Lackawanna River; inc. 1851. A former coal-mining center, it now has diversified manufacturing. Terence PowderlyPowderly, Terence Vincent,
1849–1924, American labor leader, b. Carbondale, Pa. Apprenticed in a machine shop, he joined (1871) the Machinists and Blacksmiths National Union, becoming its president in 1872.
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, the labor leader, was born there.
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Members of the Carbondale Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cuttin Tuesday at Sergio's Cantina.
Mary Louise Cashel, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
* Carbondale Lions Club, noon, Carbondale Civic Center, 200 S.
The Carbondale Public Library will hold the "most special-est mid- summer book sale ever" from 8 a.m.
Check in with Phelps at Carbondale Run event no later than 10am on Saturday the 21st
Other prizes include an original painting of a dog by local artist Barb Allen, a 12-foot maple or oak shade tree planted by Greenridge Landscaping, four rounds of golf at Hickory Ridge Golf Course, a one-hour sight-seeing flight over southern Illinois for two, dining and food certificates from local Carbondale restaurants and bakeries, two handcrafted silk scarves, handmade ceramic coasters, and a Norman Rockwell figurine with a dog theme.
"There is a lot of change happening in downtown Carbondale," says Carbondale Main Street Executive Director Meghan Cole.
Annie Dawn Imboden of Carbondale has received a doctorate in nursing practice from the University of Alabama.
The location is the future site of Carbondale's first public dog park at Parrish Park, 2500 W.
Nadine worked for over 35 years as an executive secretary with the Alumni Association of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. She was an active member of the Marion Church of Christ and enjoyed spending time with her friends.
Clifford was born April 29, 1944, in Carbondale to John and Lillian Vancil Manis.
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