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This department helped organize protests against local places that discriminated against blacks.
On May 31, 1966, Eddie Wallace Sallis was found dead in the local jail.
There were two extended periods of rapid growth over the next 115 years.
From 1895 to 1915, the population increased from 8,490 to 33,097, a 290% increase.
They were followed by the Virden and Mullan families in 1846.
Another major employer throughout the first two-thirds of the 20th century was the Illinois Central Railroad.
Since the signed petition did not include the name of the proposed post office location, Mullan was charged with selecting the name when he submitted the petition.
Tradition has it that as he flipped through a list of other post offices in the United States, he came upon the name Waterloo.
In 1948, a black strikebreaker accidentally killed a white union member as he tried to escape the striker's ire.
Instead of a race riot, a strike ensued against the Rath Company.
It is estimated that Waterloo lost 14% of its population during this time.