Historical Markers in
Will County, Illinois

A Corridor in Time: The Illinois and Michigan Canal Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln Founding President Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address After the Whistle Blows American House Hotel Auditorium Building Bicentennial Park Bob Butler Biography Boxcars Bridges in Joliet Businesses on Bluff Street Caboose Civil War Memorial Civil War Memorial Creal Springs Creal Springs Seminary Demmond House Des Plaines River Downtown Historic District E J & E Depot No. 4 Edwin Porter's Brewery Elwood Arsenal Erwin E. Wood Fehrenbacher Building First National Bank of Joliet Forging a City of Steel Frankfurt, Illinois From Prisons to Libraries Gaylord Donnelly Canal Trail Mile Marker 29.1 George Gaylord George Kiser, Iron Works laborer German Loan & Savings Bank Good Eating on Route 66 Great American Crossroads in Illinois Hickory Creek in the 1830's High Risks & Hard Work Historic Lockport Illinois & Michigan Canal Office Illinois Sesquicentennial Time Capsule Interurban Transportation James McKee's Mill and Dam Jesse Walker Joliet Buildings Joliet Public Library Joliet Stagecoach Road Joliet Steam Train Joliet, Illinois Joliet/Juliet's First Log Cabin Joliet's Business Center Joliet's First Sidewalks Joliet's First Stone Building Joliet's First Volunteer Fire Department Joliet's Oldest Remaining Construction Katherine Dunham: Pioneer in African Dance Language Barriers Lester Frank Ward / Fossils Level 1: Louis Joliet Level 2: Jacques Marquette Level 3: Charles Reed Level 4: J.D. Paige Level 5: Frederich Bartleson LGBT Veterans Memorial Lock 1 Lockport City Hall Lockport Works World War II Memorial Louis Joliet Renaissance Center Marion History Marion Tornado Memorial Market in Joliet Masonic Block Building Landmark Men of Steel Merchant's Row Mining Black Diamonds Morris Building Murray Building Natividad Guiterrez Old Congregational Church Old Sauk Indian Trail Oneida Street Steps Opera House Block Building Landmark Original Dairy Queen Store Plainfield House Plymouth Congregational Church Post Office Plaza Prairie Band of Potawatomi Public Service Building Quarries Are Us Quarry Workers / Joliet Stone Reuben and Betsey K. Flagg Revolutionary War Veterans Rialto Square Theatre Romeoville, Illinois Route 66 Park Route 66 Visitors Center Samuel Benedict Reed Sauk Trail Site of Joliet — Plainfield Plank Road Toll Gate St. Louis Store The Development of Downtown Plainfield The Hydraulic Basin The Lincoln Highway - The nation's first coast-to-coast highway! The Lockport Station The Marx Brothers The Norton Building The Van Buren Sisters Veterans Memorial Village of Plainfield War Memorial What's Cooking? Will County Courthouse William Schuler Wilmington, Illinois Women on the Lincoln Highway "A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand" "Bluff Street" "Frannie" "Whittling Their Time Away"