Sangamon

Sangamon

[′saŋ·gə‚mən]
(geology)
The third interglacial stage of the Pleistocene epoch in North America, following the Illinoian glacial and preceding the Wisconsin.
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It is really our responsibility at the local level to maintain the accuracy and the integrity of the registration system," said Sangamon County Clerk Don Gray.
Caption: Escort carrier USS Sangamon strains hard to port to avoid a kamikaze in a Ki-61 fighter.
90/ton price for high-sulfur steam coal from Arch's Viper underground mine near Williamsville in Sangamon County.
Records of Shoal Chub from the lower Illinois River include collections post-1950 at or near the mouths of the Mackinaw, Spoon, and Sangamon Rivers with 4 additional collection locations on the Alton Reach of the Illinois River (Smith, 1979).
To that end we examined pelts of beavers trapped in the Sangamon River Basin of central Illinois to identify injuries caused by agonistic encounters.
A Sangamon County judge still must approve the deal.
Meanwhile, the clerk in Sangamon County began issuing the licenses Friday.
Jessica Thoron, food program supervisor for the Sangamon County Health Department in Springfield, Illinois, is a local pracademic.
McDermott provides a snapshot of the composition of the jury pool in 1860 in Sangamon County, Illinois.
It would have saved her a lot of grief, she said, if she knew upfront that the house near 84th and Sangamon streets was already in foreclosure.
In 1832 the young Lincoln helped clear away physical obstructions on the Sangamon River and then piloted a riverboat upstream almost as far as Springfield.
Illinois state Attorney General Lisa Madigan, filed a lawsuit Thursday in Sangamon County Court against Richard Lee Van Dyke Jr.