Historical Markers in
Randolph County, Illinois

Alice the Goon & Child Beaver Island Bluto Castor Oyl & Bernice the Whiffle Hen Charter Oak School Chester, Randolph County, Illinois Chester-Kaskaskia, Illinois Cole Oyl Dedicated in Memory of George Rogers Clark Dr. George Fisher Dr. George Fisher Elias Kent Kane First Fire Bell Flood of 1993 For God and Country Fort de Chartres Fort de Chartres In The Illinois Country Fort Kaskaskia Shelter Founding of Steeleville Four Nephews Garrison Hill Cemetery George Rogers Clark Campsite German World War I Field Gun German World War I Howitzer Governor Shadrach Bond Ham Gravy Heritage Wheat Revival Home of Pierre Menard Illinois in the American Revolution In Dedication Honor and Memory In Honor of Veterans of All Wars Kaskaskia Kaskaskia Confluence Area Kaskaskia Island Kaskaskia Village King Blozo Lest We Forget Lewis and Clark in Illinois Lewis and Clark in Illinois Lewis and Clark in Illinois Lewis and Clark in Kaskaskia Looking For a Few Good Men Mary's River Covered Bridge Modoc Rock Shelter Nana Oyl North County Area Veterans Memorial Pierre Laclede at Chartres Poopdeck Pappy Popeye Port of Chester, Illinois Welcoming Mississippi River Travelers since 1829 Prairie Du Rocher, Illinois Prof. O.G. Wotasnozzle Rough House Sea Hag & Bernard the Vulture Sherlock and Segar Site of Fort Kaskaskia Statehood of Illinois Ste. Anne's Church The American Bottom The Calvary The Chester Bridge The Creole House The Home of Pierre Menard The Liberty Bell of the West The Railroad The River Boats The Spirit of 1776 This Eternal Flame This Memorial is Dedicated in Honor and Memory Thomas Mather To Prepetuate and Rededicate our Democratic Principles To The Glory of God Toar Veterans Memorial Veterans Memorial War Memorial We Dedicate this Memorial to the Courage and Valor of the Members of our Community Weistar House Welcome to Fort de Chartres State Historic Site Wimpy World War II Memorial World Wars I and II Memorial