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Centennial Belle Event Button Museum
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CENTENNIAL BELLE SHABBONA, ILLINOIS CENTENNIAL June 18-24 1872-1972
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Woman wearing a white bonnet with pink bow on a bi-colored pink and white background. Blue text on both white and pink halves of button. Silver button attached to bottom of button.

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OHM INC. Fostoria, O.

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Shabbona is a village located in DeKalb County, 30 miles west of Aurora IL.  As of 2010, the population census was 925.  The village is named after Chief Shabbona of the Potawatomi tribe, who traveled through the Fox Valley warning white people of the approaching Black Hawk war.

Source: Shabbona, Illinois. (n.d.). Retrieved August 8, 2013 from Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shabbona,_Illinois

 

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EV0019
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