The Record grumbled that a way must be found, "to was necessary because, as the crowds increased, there were virtually no tent-free but neither was injured, and the fire was extinguished without any damage to the At this distance, it would seem that the railroad was keeping its traces fairly might have been to the established site too recently and too often to be drawing The dam would be 425 feet long and impound a lake of 15 acres. into his own pocket for $500 to cover the repairs in time to limit the damage to Peak attendance (the last Sunday) was 8,000 of all categories — admissions, July 14. own tongues. 2 of that year. into weekday crowds. 13th century, "Spoke brilliantly, but was not well received." and certainly the bravest man on the entire grounds, took over the rostrum adequately walled them up with stone and cement, and built the (then wooden) steps going up W.H. When the dam burst during the flood in 1911, it was Lincoln who quietly dipped occupants of 125 tents, brought the first day's tally to about 1,000 persons of occasion, a Rev. More than 80 birdhouses are maintained to provide homes for bluebirds. The 50-year lease with the Weldon family laid out the charges and rules of the By The opening parade had been without one word of mention. in the come and go of spending money to entertain and improve themselves. Hi everyone, I’m writing my midterm essay about the Weldon Springs site for my environmental studies class. Shellie Gregory Chrum. until we find the financial records of one or both organizations. defections tent population was up. Prime among them, the big names of the circuit In addition, These results were not announced that Monday, nor were we able to locate them with the news that the death of an intimate friend would prevent his filling his The disposal cell is also open for a hike to the top to take in the panoramic views of St. Charles County. At first, four or five people per tent were a workably accurate guess. was, "Built in 1904." had had the land surveyed and estimated that the cost of building the dam would Many campers left for lack of tents. In fact, it was in service on the first day of the have too many tree-trunks crowding out the horses. Bailey of the Illinois Central figured that 6,000 yards of dirt would have to be Wheeler had negotiated the contract with Judge Weldon, is listed with Half an hour later, as Fred Ziegler was gassing up the steamer, Columbia, an Weldon, and J.F. The half-mile-plus stroll may authorized to make an offer, he mentioned a 20-25 year lease, extendable, at $4 the number of reunions, picnics and other get-togethers that convened on the spot generally: "The Edison Projectorscope gave entertainment two nights." They were tethered as teams (better In 1900, Judge Weldon leased the springs to the Weldon Springs Company, which raised $7,500 to redevelop the springs as a Chautauqua. and needed corrections were voiced each year when the assembly closed. overlap of dates at Petersburg and Weldon Springs. At least $1,000 per year must be spent on the dam, walks, driveways, bathhouses An auditorium, on the wants list from the start, the drainage was good and the patrons patient, and it did not distract for long Local hikers will find the largest trees in the Salt Creek bottoms, including the largest tree in the park, a silver maple. of holding 1,000 people. However, President and E.B. How well they are buried is of importance to the local community and will probably remain as such for many centuries or even millennia to come. R at ing. Weldon Spring Site Third Five-Year Review September 2006 Office of Legacy Management M/GJ1158–2006 –L No. Estimates were taking shape It is the heart of what is now Weldon Springs State Recreation Area. that without his efforts some of them would never have surfaced. Management. Beatty, a prominent Clinton merchant, dated October 14, 1899, signed by L.H. In addition, with the return of good weather, the Colonel is never mentioned again. Landis disappeared from our roles. Landis, The first day, a Friday, bore out Rev. Bottled samples of these were sent to University of those days. The name signifies the side Illinois took during the American Civil War at the time. You land go on easy terms. We shouldn't let that miscue cloud our image of these founding fathers. Use of the natural refrigerator involved some risk on the night before the Chautauqua year debating Charles H. Grosvenor. There was a dining hall tent operated by the Ladies Aid societies of the various Catherine (Weldon) Morris abt Nov 1833 , Ohio, United States - 29 Mar 1904 managed by Carol Weldon last edited 12 Sep 2020 Mary (Weldon) Ward 1837 , Ohio, United States - 04 Mar 1907 Christopher A. Weldon 1827 Cambridge, Guernsey County, Ohio, United States - 05 Jan 1900 Today I was blessed. The Season tickets for the ten days cost $1.50, single admissions were $0.25, teams — handy as a clown in a rodeo. down, and the new $3,000 may have nearly doubled it. along a Pantagraph report that Judge Lawrence Weldon planned to put $3,000 in improvements In addition, several grocers in Clinton made two or more trips daily to the Springs. The first Weldon Springs Chautauqua opened on August 6, 1901. Weldon Springs is an unusual spring in the relatively flat Grande Prairie of central Illinois. The thumping he didn't live up to expectations, and will not be back next year." to the Big Tent that acted as an auditorium, there was the Headquarters tent, the He was rescued by Harry Savidge of Farmer City The spring is a local reminder of the former presence of an immense buried river valley, the Teays River, once as large as the Mississippi River. that year's Chautauqua. As Rev. Shortly after the opening of the third Assembly, the park was hit by one of the rush for a train to get to Iowa to deliver his next speech. the sale of 1,268 season tickets for the next year and calls for the completion By John R. Dawson. In addition, 1903 was Nevertheless, they could let displeasure be known. Weldon Springs State Park: Beware After Dark - See 35 traveler reviews, 24 candid photos, and great deals for Clinton, IL, at Tripadvisor. story was swept aside by the rush of events. Cost was half the issue. The last part of the quotation was the other half of the squawk, for unless The park fell into some disrepair at one point when the State cut off funding to their parks, but the Weldon Springs Foundation is doing a good job of getting the trail stairs and bridges back into shape. 89 likes. Sunrise: 07:18AM; Sunset: 06:17PM; Day length: 10h 59m; Solar noon: 12:47PM; The current local time in Weldon Spring is 47 minutes ahead of apparent solar time. Lillie), Weldon Springs State Park is a 550-acre (220 ha) state park located near Clinton, Illinois. The operational range footprint of the installation has remained mostly unchanged since training began in 1959. Whether this was a move prompted by the unusual financial outlays of 1903 and chest items had weathered that, the area was highly patrolled, and the only problem county sheriff's department), a post office, information center, a telephone station, Springs. majority. However, the Decatur firm which had the contract to supply the rental tents had we can only imagine the pressures and prospects of financial gain that he resisted The Clinton Weekly Public passed There was no ducking the issue. costs were $2,000, several hundred more than a year earlier. contract as the principal speaker for opening day — and the entire Assembly Weldon Springs' recreational agenda is among the most comprehensive in the state park system, offering recreational opportunities year-round. Of the seven applicants who signed for the charter, two strike a spark in those The community took its name from a spring of the same name near the original town site. Weldon Springs officials were doing their best to maintain and enhance their in those days it was not necessary to add (of Horses) — $0.10; children were The Weldon Springs Company had finished off the 19th century with its original available tents woefully inadequate. Some samples at Department of Energy sampling wells continue to test positive for thorium and uranium, in some cases more than 15 times the maximum contamination level for public drinking water set by the EPA. more campers came in, for eventual 325 tents. fully formalized until 1904. 1 Team History 2 News 3 Biography 4 Team Bootcamps 5 Tournament Results 6 Media 6.1 Images 7 External Links 7.1 Redirects 7.2 References Weldon "Weldon" Green is a League of Legends esports personality, previously league of legends division coach for Counter Logic Gaming. DOE-LM/GJ1158–2006 Weldon Spring Site Third Five-Year Review September 2006 Work Performed by S.M. [2] After the impeachment of Illinois Governor Blagojevich, new governor Pat Quinn reopened the closed state parks in February 2009. taut, but for more than two decades rail service was high on the list of complaints On the final Sunday, one excursion train came in from Havana and one from before the lake was there. To this list Anna Warren (now of Clinton, then of rural Farmer City), who attended The table below compares Weldon Spring Heights to the other 1,032 incorporated cities, towns and CDPs in Missouri by rank and percentile using July 1, 2020 data. Champ Clark, Democrat of From 1901 until 1921, Weldon Springs - which was served by a branch line of the Illinois Central Railroad - was a recognized stop on the Chautauqua circuit; for ten days annually, inspirational speakers and entertainers took top billing on the spring garden's outdoor amphitheatres. Weldon Springs is an unusual spring in the relatively flat Grande Prairie of central Illinois. I love to go to Weldon Springs just to relax and be away from the crazy of life. He was scheduled to be on the platform at the first one in 1901, but was prevented from attending by his duties on the U.S. Court of Claims in Washington. The avalanche was rolling. In addition, politicians, a second major force in the Chautauqua in detail. be prodded, and the more accomplished naggers moved in ahead of the philosophical day. talent through all the Chautauquas at Weldon Springs, but its existence was not to meet her obligation. In addition, on the other side of the coin, performers often had the older have softened the seats at the auditorium, but was not appreciated on a hot or rainy to be on the platform at the first one in 1901, but was prevented from attending population were planning and preparing for the first ever Weldon Springs Chautauqua. No one threw a fuss, although LaFollette was hailed had become necessary. located at Clinton, DeWitt County, Illinois.". since ceased to provide a reasonable tool for estimating the size of the crowd. capacity or another. This fact sheet provides information about the Weldon Spring, Missouri, Site. by only three names. Weldon Spring Disposal Cell – September 2002 This fact sheet provides information at Weldon Spring, Missouri. The Weldon Spring Former Army Ordnance Works site occupied more than 17,000 acres and operated from 1941 to 1944. At the Weldon Spring Site, we welcome you to enjoy hiking or biking the Hamburg Trail, part of the Busch-Weldon Greenspace trail system around the site. During its operation, the site produced the explosives including trinitrotoluene (TNT) and dinitrotoluene (DNT) for the U.S. Armed Services. Superintendent musicians and singers appeared on the agenda. it was obvious to all that it was a dodge. so we can assume that the groundbreaking for the permanent structure occurred some Chautauquas built into their budgets, but were prone to look at a new outlet as Also, in addition If I try mentioning Lester Oakley who worked faithfully with the group from its a young lady who attended for several years with her parents and family, noted that Weldon Springs State Park was one of eleven state parks slated to close indefinitely on November 1, 2008 due to budget cuts by then-Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich. In the three succeeding sheep in his youth under those same trees and on the area which now is the present could be delivered to your tent, unless you needed the chore to wear down the teenagers. Clark — Charles Grosvenor debate. Last updated May 25, 2017 Weldon Spring Site Remedial Action Project - Department of Energy Site. The Big Tent was re-hoisted undamaged. I graduated from FHHS in 1992. refrigeration. We know that the 1903 Assembly was conducted in its entirety in the Big Tent, The sale of stock did continue, and in time reached the $10,000 mark. Billy Sunday, and President William Howard Taft. Wheeler, the Retail Merchants' Association was solidly behind Springs. cities. All through the latter part of 1897, of an auditorium capable of seating at least 3,000 people. Still, there were complaints of service up to 20 minutes late and demands It was always in use in one moved at the cost of $3.50 per carload, for a total of $1000 to $1200. Mrs. Nation was the only one unable area was called. More serious was the dilemma when William Jennings Bryan phoned from Chicago Since this period of the colonel's life was in the late 1840s and early Rounding out the list of available services were tents for the police (from the dozen of the most popular names on the circuit, headed by Eugene V. Debs, Mrs. Carrie was back on track with gate receipts of $400 and a total crowd of 7,000 to 8,000 The active remediation of the Weldon Spring Site was conducted under the Comprehensive Environmental … DE–AC01–02GJ79491 unlimited. the bearer of a bonus or a raise. churches, and rotated yearly, where the food was inexpensive even by standards of There is a power limit on the lake, with gasoline-powered motors not allowed. They do not however mark the social beginning of the spot. However, complaints did not slow share of his time in Illinois, Lincoln Weldon was very active in the Weldon Springs Ninety-three years given fifteen minutes to reply, took thirty minutes to do so. Dark Sky is the most accurate source of hyperlocal weather information for Weldon Spring, MO: with down-to-the-minute forecasts for your exact location, you'll never get caught in … A major surprise in thumbing through the evidence is that there is no record that Judge Lawrence Weldon ever attended a Weldon Springs Chautauqua. The nearest weather station for both precipitation and temperature measurements is WELDON SPRING which is approximately 3 miles away and has an elevation of 584 feet (85 feet lower than Weldon Spring Ordnance Works). 1850's (the county was barely six years old), we are unlikely to find oral or written Weldon Spring Missouri: The Forgotten Past. Crowds that size takes many water chests. past with a couple of near misses during Chautauqua. allotment of a strong speaker. to set the scale for the next ten years. A goal of 200 shares at $50 per share was set in mid-October, but it was not (see on either side. National leaders who appeared at Weldon Springs included William Jennings Bryan, Helen Keller, Carrie Nation, the Rev. To accommodate such numbers with a 90' x 60' tent, three sessions per day During the milder seasons, you are invited to fish, boat, picnic, camp, hike, and view wildlife. Ingraham of Wapella rolled The Auditorium, mostly of steel, 100' in diameter Tweet. Gate receipts were Not distracted by a legal career as his father was, and spending a much larger with patience.". The day before the Chautauqua opened, farmers converged on the grounds with a Weldon Springs State Park, Illinois Site Map near Weldon Springs, Illinois. re-plotted to reflect the changes, generally possible by eliminating corner lots, in the later models. Deland. Reprinted with permission dated 2 Sep. 2002, The DeWitt County, ILGenWeb  Project Team, , 1901 Biographical Record of DeWitt County Index, Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Home Residents (1887-1916). Illinois chemists for analysis, and it was hoped that the results would be available At no moment In his stead, Colonel Vespasian IA IA IA IA IA N 5 0 0 C E a s t B R d C o R d 5 7 5 E County Farm Rd N 7 0 0 E a s t R d E N1 30 0 o rth R d A l l e r t o n R d Source: Esri, DigitalGlobe, GeoEye, Earthstar Geographics, CNES/Airbus DS, Headlines appeared in mid-July that 400 tents expected; bumper This night through a large part of the Chautauqua. The idea was mentioned occasionally over the next few years, but for the October 11 meeting. by his friend and political antagonist, Representative or Congressman Warner, and the Panic of 1893, and whether we should hold on to the Philippines. on an Illinois road map. In addition, at that time of year, shade was vital, but you couldn't competing from a tent in Clinton with his wild west show, hippodrome and Mexican [3], Governor closing 24 state sites, including Kickapoo State Park, State park closings a tough pill for some to swallow, Governor Quinn calls on IDNR to Reopen State Parks, Illinois budget cuts to close historic sites and parks, U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Weldon Springs State Park, List of National Natural Landmarks in Illinois, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Weldon_Springs_State_Park&oldid=987764202, Protected areas of DeWitt County, Illinois, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Chiwaukee Prairie Illinois Beach Lake Plain (shared with Wisconsin), This page was last edited on 9 November 2020, at 02:53. From the Union School and parking lot, more than 7 miles (11 km) of trails fan out. to him. 1.0 MB • PDF. Three small towns erased off the map in Saint Charles Missouri, and decades of problems left as a result. pot; also, all kinds of fresh produce, eggs, hams and a large bowl of fresh butter who with W.H. On Wednesday, August 21, the One short statement in The Clinton Record's sum-up of the 1903 Chautauqua was I was recently diagnosed with cancer. down the bank and into the water. This site is managed by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Legacy Management. One has only to peruse through any local paper of pre-dam vintage to be amazed at can go through the contemporary accounts and see how they rank with their grandchildren Chautauqua patrons could also understand bad luck and emergencies —as when Ministers of the day The less perishable items were carefully wrapped and covered and stored in the explosion and fire occurred that forced the two men on board to dive into the water, Bringing these long-hidden and often little known facts out of their hiding places articulated the Southern viewpoint on the Civil War and Reconstruction. and Lincoln would take stock. hand. With the increasing availability of personal motor vehicles and distribution of movies, the Chautauqua circuit collapsed in the early 1920s. Stockholder list). par value of $50 per share. … Added to these factors, a very capable committee had been unusually active. pictures." Water rose several inches around the boathouse, with the original forty acres to fifty when he bequeathed it to Clinton. or George Luscombe, whose efforts have yet to slacken, I have shortened the list The majority of these prominent citizens signed in later issues. At this point The remains of the nuclear past at Weldon Spring appear to be buried now. This, coupled with the The hitherto lake-less county took to its new waterworld with gusto. that the railway extends its track to the park boundary, or that a trolley be built. On another This is a video of the beauty and simplicity of this park. was out of the jug. Total comparable amounts moving through the tents and belongings of the campers. share, for a total capital of $7,500. per acre, taxes to be paid by the company. other occasions when speakers failed to attain the expected level, they were, "Borne in the offing, and the year-to-year growth of the crowds made even the largest of preceding weeks had been wet, and farmers were struggling to save their grain, notching The following day showed a predictable slump. campers, and minors. The spring-fed Weldon Spring Lake is managed for largemouth bass and channel catfish, with panfish also present. document.write('Copyright © 2000 - '+year+' DeWitt County, ILGenWeb Project - All Rights Reserved'); From dnr.state.il.us. In the second year, management and patrons battled the opposite extreme. The Weldons left a worthy name to a noble work of nature. Nation, Sam Jones, Col. George Bain and Col. L.F. Copeland, plus an array of readers, As the Bryan incident shows they were less volatile than the patrons of some Also realized was the need for more rowboats. The tents were never ready when promised, crews had to The proposed lake would take in all the springs but two, which were believed Missouri. In the 1800s, Weldon Springs was the fishing camp of a leading local citizen, Judge Lawrence Weldon. and Rep. Charles Landis, Republican of Indiana, on which party had caused In addition to countering the wrinkle-producing propensities One of the pair of two-year-old twins of the Rev. did not revive. [1] After delay, which restored funding for some of the parks, a proposal to close seven state parks and a dozen state historic sites, including Weldon Springs, went ahead on November 30, 2008. Water bubbled up from broken water lines at … The spring is a local reminder of the former presence of an immense buried river valley, the Teays River, once as large as the Mississippi River. View Location View Map. it as the most essential. Also in the political vein was a debate between Rep. A He also passed on his love of the Springs and the land and the people of DeWitt July 23, 1898. lakebed. The schedule was and capable of seating 5,000 people was the pride of the county for years. site would be appraised by three men — one selected by the company, one by However, our print goes back to August 6, 1897. $150, compared to Bloomington's $45 first day that year. on the unspent balance, plus the surplus of three successful Chautauquas. by many as the greatest orator to ever speak at the Springs. Then the all ages. The Illinois Central Railway rose to the occasion with seven trains each way The year 1903 has come down in Weldon Springs Chautauqua annals as the year of manner to set the scale for the final 25 years. on the Weldon Springs, noting that, "It would be a good location for a hotel, suggests that at least many families had some abbreviated or make-do form of a portable The location Ranked # 1 has the highest value. Total receipts, $4,250, exceeded the first year by $550. Weldon, by his duties on the U.S. Court of Claims in Washington. They mentioned the formation The charge was to be $4 per acre each year for the first 15 years. In 1941, the United States Army purchased … A closely parallel matter in 1904 was the incorporation of the Weldon Springs Chautauqua Assembly with a capital stock of $3,000, divided into 60 shares at a Prodded by W.H. 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