Artifact :: The Story of Warren County

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  • Warren County (1825-1831)
  • Warren County (1831-1835)
  • Warren County (1835-1841)
  • Warren County Today

Warren County was organized in 1825 out of Pike County. Pike County, consisted of all portions of state North and West of the Illinois River before 1825. Henderson County was formed in 1841 from the western area of Warren County. Warren County was named for Dr. Joseph Warren, killed at the Battle of Bunker Hill in 1775. He is believed to have been the first officer to fall in the Revolutionary War.
Check out the photos to see how Warren County has changed over the years.

Artifact
Organization
City of Monmouth
Creator
3
Create Date
2013-08-14 11:02:14
Media Objects
Warren County (1825-1831)
Creator
3
Create Date
2013-08-14 11:05:55
Media Format
image/png
Source
US Census Bureau
Coverage (temporal)
1825-1831
Warren County (1831-1835)
Creator
3
Create Date
2013-08-14 11:07:56
Media Format
image/png
Source
US Census Bureau
Coverage (temporal)
1831-1835
Warren County (1835-1841)
Creator
3
Create Date
2013-08-14 11:12:24
Media Format
image/png
Source
US Census Bureau
Coverage (temporal)
1835-1841
Warren County Today
Creator
3
Create Date
2013-08-14 11:14:26
Media Format
image/png
Source
US Census Bureau
Coverage (temporal)
1841-Present
The Warren County Virtual Museum
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