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Armour's Warehouse

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  1. is a historic grain elevator located in the village of Seneca, Illinois, USA

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  2. The elevator and two surrounding outbuildings were listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1997

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  3. the oldest remaining grain elevator along the banks of the Illinois-Michigan Canal, a U.S. National Historic Landmark District

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  4. The grain elevator, known as Armour's Warehouse, was constructed in 1861-62 on the north bank of the Illinois-Michigan Canal in Seneca, Illinois

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  5. built by John Armour and remained in the Armour family for a short time before passing through different owners

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