Alexander, Madison , Pulaski

  St. Clair 

 

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ILLINOIS AFRIGENEAS

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PULASKI COUNTY

COMMUNITY

 

KARNAK

 

Located in the orginal Cairo Division of the Wabash Railroad. The area was called Oaktown in 1871. Oaktown Saw Mills owner A.C. Bartleson established a General Store and ran the Post Office.

Main Brothers Box and Lumber had a village platted in 1905. This plat included Oaktown. They named it Karnak.

KARNAK LINKS


Directions to Karnak

 

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Placed online: 13 September 1999 | Updated: 7 May 2001
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