Books about Senachwine:

booksSenachwine Pioneer Days. Welcomes you to Putnam, Illinois. May 30, 31 and June 1, 2, 1968 by Stickel & Neuhalfen (1968)

booksThe Shepard Sites: An archaeological survey of prehistoric occupations of the bluffs and terraces of lower Senachwine... by Myles Donnelly Goddard (1991)


Wiki information Senachwine:

Deceased Person, Person

Senachwine or Petchaho was a 19th-century Illinois River Potawatomi chieftain. In 1815, he succeeded his brother Gomo as chieftain of their band and was one of the last major Potawatomi chieftains to live in the region. A number of places in Illinois...

Senachwine Lake
Lake, Location, Geographical Feature, Body Of Water

Senachwine Lake is a 3,324-acre riparian lake that forms part of the valley of the Illinois River. It is located in Putnam and Marshall Counties, Illinois. Its elevation is 439 feet above sea level. Senachwine Lake is connected by a shallow channel...