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English: Kaskaskia, a village and former state capital of Illinois, but now west of the Mississippi River in Kaskaskia Precinct, Randolph County. It was re-established in the middle of Kaskaskia Precinct, south of its old location, in the mid-19th century when the old village was destroyed by the Mississippi River.
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village and former state capital of Illinois, in Randolph County west of the Mississippi
|Location||Randolph County, Kaskaskia Precinct, United States of America|
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Media in category "Kaskaskia, Illinois"
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- Kaskaskia Bell 3321.jpg 3,648 × 2,736; 3.78 MB
- Kaskaskia IL and vicinity USGS topo map.jpg 631 × 443; 155 KB
- Kaskaskia Island 1993 flooding.jpg 2,830 × 1,910; 2.69 MB
- Kaskaskia, Illinois, American Revolution.JPG 2,304 × 3,072; 2 MB
- Kaskaskia, Illinois, historic plaque.JPG 3,072 × 2,304; 1.67 MB
- Kaskaskia, Illinois, Lewis and Clark.JPG 3,072 × 2,304; 1.5 MB
- Untitled - Historic Buildings (NBY 6582).jpg 1,671 × 1,057; 267 KB