Having served as local history librarian for decades, Jane Rozek knows Schaumburg Township.
Curious about your family's roots in the village? Want to learn more about the first European settlers in the area? Can't remember what used to be at the corner of Higgins and Roselle way back when? You'll uncover all this and more with our special Illinois Collection of books and materials, online access to local newspapers, and our other local history resources.
Learn about the history of Schaumburg Township from our local history librarian.
Started in 2001, this historical collection features digitized images and materials from the Schaumburg area.
Find Chicago Tribune articles from 1849 through the present.
Discover images of the front page as it appeared from early 1900 through 1984. Obituaries and death notices are available from 1860 to 1984, as well clippings indexed by Tribune staff from major stories and events from the 1920s through 1984.
Find full-text articles from more than 400 newspapers across the United States, including the Daily Herald back to 1901.
Learn about Schaumburg Township's past, including its first recorded settlers and local customs.
The Cook County Clerk offers access to historical vital records from Cook County, Illinois through its website, including birth certificates 75 years or older, marriage licenses 50 years or older and death certificates 20 years or older.
See digitized historical artifacts that illustrate the growth and development of Roselle.