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Sauk Trail

The Sauk Trail began as a Native America trail running through [ Illinois, [ Indian and [ Michiga in the United State. From west to east, the trail ran from [,_Illinois Rock Island on the [ Mississippi Rive to the [ Illinois Rive near modern [,_Illinois Per then along the north bank of that river to [,_Illinois Joliet, and on to [,_Indiana Valparaiso, Indian. Then it ran northeasterly to [,_Indiana LaPort and into southern Michigan running through [,_Michigan Nile, [,_Michigan Three River, [,_Michigan Ypsilant and ending at the [ Detroit Rive near [,_Michigan Detroi.[1]

Historical Background

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  • [[Illinois Genealogy|Illinoi] FamilySearch Wiki Illinois Home Page
  • [[Indiana Genealogy|Indian] FamilySearch Wiki Indiana Home Page
  • [[Michigan Genealogy|Michiga] FamilySearch Wiki Michigan Home Page
  • [[United States] FamilySearch Wiki United States Home Page


  1. Old Sauk Trail Old Sauk Trail", Nature Bulletin No. 436-A, December 4, 1971, Forest Preserve District of Cook County

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