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In May, 1908, 2,000,000 eggs of the wall-eyed pike were placed in the river at the same locality, through this thoughtful in- strumentality. 500 in each county; and several times during the last few years, through the interest of Judge and Mrs. Cartwright, of Oregon, several lots and kinds of fish have been added to the stream at Oregon. A lady residing in Oregon, while visiting in New York City during the winter of 1907, was told by a young friend who had formerly resided in this region, of his having been surprised not long before by seeing in a jeweler's window in that great metropolis a tray of these beautiful translucent spheres, marked "Rock River Pearls." Some years ago Mr. Allen, of Mount Morris, fished especially along the Rock River for pearls, meeting with considerable succes.''. ") and the cook served but one small carp for them all — though Mrs. In the Rock River clam shells pearls are sometimes found, which adds another motive for the industry. Illinois ; and the following named persons, all of Ogle County ; D. The evidence of their possession re- mains in the tangible records which they con- structed, for whatever reason, with so much labor and persistence, and in such numbers. 388-391, it is said : "The Rock River region seems to have been a favorite field for the operation of the mound builders, as shown by the number and variety of these structures, extending from Sterling, In Whiteside County, to the Wisconsin State line. Mix, Redlands, California; Elijah Dresser, Rock- ford. With boulders, mounds and mountain-rents, And river bluffs for monuments." — The Myth of Stone Idol: — William P. The Mound Builders, very remotely, seem to have been the first occupants of the Rock River region.
They have been much greater than was anticipated when the work was undertaken. The French were the first white men to settle among the Indians in Illinois. During the season of 1905-06, native black bass were placed in the river in Whiteside and Lee Counties.