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Excerpt from Biographies of the State Officers and Thirty-Third General Assembly of Illinois Containing Biographical Sketches of the Governor and Other State Officers, and Each Senator and Representative in the Thirty-Third General Assembly
After a spirited contest over the location of the State Capital, the erection of the State House was begun in 1867, in the city of Springfield. The site is a gentle elevation, located between Second and Spring streets and South of Monroe, its northern boundary.
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