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 Vincennes Trace - 1937 · A plaque was formerly located in Chicago on the NW corner of 95th Street and Vincennes Avenue. It read: “Old Vincennes Road - This historic trail into Chicago from the South, now Vincennes Avenue, was originally used by the Indians to unite all villages of the Potawatomi nation. It later became the thorough from Ohio and Wabash River settlements. - Erected by Chicago’s Charter Jubilee - Authenticated by the Chicago Historical Society - 1937.” [692f]

 

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