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Adams County is located on the Mississippi River in West Central Illinois. It encompasses 969 square miles with a population of about 66, 000. The County is largely an agricultural based community with several major industries and retail areas within and near the city of Quincy.

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Carroll County is located in the Northwestern part of Illinois, along the Mississippi River. The County Seat is Mt. Carroll, Illinois, located on US Highway 78.
The county seat of Champaign County is the City of Urbana, while its largest city is the City of Champaign. The area is known as the home of the Fighting Illini of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Champaign County is also defined as the Champaign-Urbana Metro Area according to the United States Census Bureau.
Please submit individual businesses within Cook County to the appropriate locality.

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Named for Daniel P. Cook, a pioneer lawyer, first Attorney General of the State of Illinois and Representative in Congress from 1819 to 1827. There are 133 municipalities (Cities, Villages and incorporated towns) within Cook County's 956 square mile area (227 sq. miles=City of Chicago, 573 sq. mile=Suburban cities and municipalities and 156 sq. miles=Unincorporated areas). The population combined exceeds 5.3 million persons, making Cook County the second most populous county in the nation and the 19th largest government in the United States, with the largest unified criminal justice system and the third largest public health system. Source: Cook County website.
DeWitt County is named for DeWitt Clinton, a distinguished lawyer, financier and statesman, Mayor of the city and Governor of the State of New York, United States Senator and chief promoter of the Erie Canal. Source: Illinois State Archives
Sites about businesses with more than one location in DuPage county belong here. Businesses with just one location should be submitted to the appropriate locality.
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This category contains links to county-level sites and local-level categories related to Effingham County. Effingham County is bordered by Shelby County (north), Cumberland (northeast), Jasper (east), Clay (south) and Fayette (west and southwest).
Organized in 1818, Franklin County is located in southern Illinois. The county seat is Benton. The 2000 population was 39,018. Location: 37.9921 N, 88.9233 W
Please re-direct lodging sites to the specific locality within the county, and category links will be created to point users to the new category.
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Iroquois County, Illinois is located in East-Central Illinois along the Indiana border, 80 miles south of Chicago and 30 miles north of Champaign-Urbana. It is the third largest county in Illinois in area (1122 square miles, 35 miles north and south and 32 miles east and west). Forty miles of Interstate Highway 57 bisect the county from north to south, and US Routes 24 and 45 cross at Gilman.
Named after Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States (1801-1809) and author of the Declaration of Independence. Established: March 26, 1819 County Seat: Mount Vernon
For businesses to qualify for this category, the business must be located in two or more localities within the county.

Economic development activities, resources, and organizations, with the mandate to serve the people of Kankakee County also qualify.

Kankakee County is located in Northeastern Illinois and in the Chicago Metro Area. It is bordered by Will County to the north, Grundy County to the northwest, Livingston County to the west, Ford County to the southwest, and Iroquios County to the south.
Knox County, Illinois County Seat: Galesburg Year Organized: 1825 Square Miles: 716
Please do not submit guides and directories that cover the entire Northeastern Illinois region. The guide or directory MUST be limited to Lake County.
Here you will find sites about Lake County, Illinois. Lake County, Illinois is the northeastern most county in Illinois midway between Milwaukee and Chicago.
Named for Edward Livingston, a lawyer and statesman, Mayor of the City of New York, Representative in Congress from New York and later from Louisiana, United States Senator from Louisiana, Secretary of State under Jackson, and United States Minister to France. Established: February 27, 1837

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Macon County, Illinois is also considered the Decatur Metro Area according to the Census Bureau.
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McLean County is also known as the Bloomington-Normal Metro Area according to the Census Bureau. The population of McLean County for the Year 2000 census was 150,433.
Menard County was named for Pierre Menard, a pioneer Indian trader, Colonel of the Territorial militia, and first Lieutenant Governor of Illinois. Source: Illinois State Archives: Menard County Fact Sheet.

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To qualify for submission at the county-level as a business, you must have two or more "brick-and-mortar" locations within the county''s localities. Otherwise, please submit to the appropriate locality.

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Please only submit sites that pertain to county government. Individual city or community governing bodies should be submitted to their particular localities.
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The county was named after Colonel Benjamin Stephenson, a soldier who fought in the area during the Blackhawk War and War of 1812. Location in Northwestern Illinois.
Named after Williamson County in Tennessee through the influence of emigrants from that county. Established: February 28, 1839 County Seat: Marion

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For general interest, broad based subject sites that have multiple physical locations throughout the county.
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