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Connect to Illinois Kaskaskia: Illinois’ First Capital. Bonus: Fort Des Chartes. To get to Kaskaskia today, you have to go through Missouri…. …it’s west of the Mississippi River!. Church of the Immaculate Conception founded 1675. Church of the Immaculate Conception founded 1675.

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ConnecttoIllinoisKaskaskia: Illinois’ First Capital

Bonus: Fort Des Chartes


To get to Kaskaskia today, you have to go through Missouri…


…it’s west of the Mississippi River!


Church of the Immaculate Conceptionfounded 1675


Church of the Immaculate Conceptionfounded 1675


Church of the Immaculate Conceptionfounded 1675


Church of the Immaculate Conceptionfounded 1675


Liberty Bell of the Westfrom France, 1741


Liberty Bell of the Westfrom France, 1741


Yep, I’m a nerd… this is before we were even engaged 


Heading back to Illinois from Illinois… (remember, have to go through Missouri to get the to town of Kaskaskia)


Fort KaskaskiaYou Are Here:


Fort Kaskaskia


Fort Kaskaskianot much to see these days… the signs are the most exciting part.


Fort Kaskaskia


Fort Des ChartresYou Are Here:


Fort Des Chartresfrom the days of French occupation


Fort Des Chartresmuch more to look at than Ft. Kaskaskia


Fort Des Chartresstone foundations and buildings


Fort Des Chartreswooden structure and “Rendezvous Days”


Fort Des Chartresstorage


Fort Des Chartresdaily living


Fort Des Chartresreligion


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