Shawneetown Bank State Historic Site, Shawneetown

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The Shawneetown Bank State Historic Site is an historic bank building in Old Shawneetown, Illinois, and is the oldest structure in Illinois built specifically as a bank. A Greek Revival structure built in 1839–1841 in what was then called Shawneetown, it was the home of a series of banks into the 20th century. The building is brick with a limestone front façade.
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  • If your in the neighborhood come see us on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month May - October,bring your camera and take in the history, we have a Facebook page your welcome to checkout Gallatin...  more »

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