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    Teaching Youth

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    Telling Stories

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    Joining Schools

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    Defining Paths

    that lead to a shared future

Featured Content
CURRENT EXHIBITION
Running:  April 26, 2014—March 2015

The story of Everell Dutton’s life exemplifies the pioneer spirit, dedication of the solider, and richness of the Gilded Age. Through Dutton’s letters, photographs, maps, artifacts, and newspapers, we gain insight into the challenges, work ethics, and vision of man, community and nation.

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RECENT NEWS
Posted:  July 25, 2014

This weekend is one of Sycamore’s largest Car Shows. People from near and far come to Sycamore to enjoy an full weekend of activities connected to vintage cars  displayed in Sycamore’s historic downtown. Car lovers – here is a note to “Save the Date” – on Saturday, September 20 from 10:00 – 3:00 there will […]

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our stories, our history
Sycamore is one of a group of small Illinois county seats that have survived the vicissitudes of the 20th Century with both the fabric and the sense of their earlier history virtually intact.
Comments from the National Register about Sycamore's Historic District proposal
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