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  1. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 72
    Articles:
    Hunting in Early Illinois; Farm and Gown: The University of Illinois and the Farmer, 1904-1918; Isabel Bevier at the University of Illinois and the Home Economics Movement; Booth's Diary; Tragedy in November: The Cherry Mine Disaster; Lincolniana; Thomas Sharp and Anti-Mormon Sentiment in Illinois, 1842-1845; John Brown White and Early Women's Education: A History of Almira College; Ethnicity, Civic Pride, and Commitment: The Evolution of the Chicago Militia; Democracy Revisited: The Law and School Districts in Illinois; Lincolniana: "Everybody likes to shake hands with him": Letters of Elbridge Atwood; Norman L. Jones versus Len Small in the Illinois Gubernatorial Campaign of 1924; British Coal Miners: A Demographic Study of Braidwood and Streator, Illinois; Selected Letters of Humphrey Hood, Litchfield Physician Part I, 1852-1856; An Experiment in Military and Civilian Education: The Students' Army Training Corps at the University of Illinois; The French Impress on Place Names in the Mississippi Valley; Selected Letters of Humphrey Hood, Litchfield Physician Part II, 1862-1867; The Socialist Party of America in Municipal Politics: Canton, Illinois, 1911-1920; Lincolniana: Robert S. Todd Seeks a Job for His Son-in-Law, Abraham Lincoln; Annual Report

  2. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 73
    Articles:
    The Doyle Mission to Massac, 1794; The Galena and Chicago Union Railroad: A Symbol of Chicago's Economic Maturity; Progressive School Administration: Ella Flagg Young and the Chicago Schools, 1905-1915; William Patterson Jones, American Consul in China, 1862-1868; Illinois Commentary: Three Generations of River Commerce: The Jenkins Family of Grand Tower; Nora Marks-Reinvestigated; "Goodbye dear Governor. You are my best friend." The Private Letters of Robert G. Ingersoll to Richard J. Oglesby, 1867-1877; "Necessary Adjuncts to its Growth": The Railroad Suburbs of Chicago, 1854-1875; Lincolniana: Some Robert Todd Lincoln Letters on the "dreadful statue" by George Grey Bernard; The Double-Crib Log Barns of Calhoun County; Freedmen's Farm Letters of Samuel and Louisa Mallory to "our absent but ever remembered boy" in McHenry County, Illinois; Early Illinois Author John L. McConnel and "The Ranger's Chase"; Andrew Johnson and the 1866 Illinois Election; The 1730 Fox Fort: A Recently Discovered Map Throws New Light on Its Siege and Location; His Father's Son: Letters from the Robert Todd Lincoln Collection of the Illinois State Historical Library; Mother Jones, 1830-1930; The Lincoln-Douglas Campaign of 1858: Background and Perspective; Conflicting Concepts of Justice: A Winnebago Murder Trial on the Illinois Frontier; Mark Twain's Chicago; Annual Report

  3. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 74
    Articles:
    Illinois Viewed from the Johnson White House; Writing a Corporate History: A Personal Memoir; Conflict of Ideals: Samuel Gompers v. "Uncle Joe" Cannon; Transient Prisoner: The Reminiscenses of William H. Gilbert; Soperville: An Immigrant Community in Knox County; Robert Todd Lincoln and the "Purely Private" Letters of the Lincoln Family; Equality Deferred: Civil Rights for Illinois Blacks, 1865-1885; John A. Kennicott of The Grove: Physician, Horticulturist, and Journalist in Nineteenth-Century Illinois; " 'Police Force' in the Arsenal Shops": A Document on the 1899 Machinists' Strike at Rock Island Arsenal; McLean County and the Influenza Epidemic of 1918-1919; The Cantine Mounds of Southern Illinois; Florence Kelley in Illinois; The Infamous Pullman Strike As Revealed by the Robert Todd Lincoln Collection; War and Partisanship: What Lincoln Learned from James K. Polk; Tavern Theatre in Early Chicago; Manuscript Acquisitions; Taxation and Social Conflict: Teacher Unionism and Public School Finance in Chicago, 1898-1934; Historian in Cowboy Boots: Jay Monaghan, 1893-1980; "Own the House till it ruins me": Robert Todd Lincoln and His Parents' Home in Springfield; Photograph Acquisitions; Annual Report

  4. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 75
    Articles:
    The Ethnic Entry into Chicago Politics: The United Societies for Local Self-Government and the Reform Charter of 1907; Queries Regarding the Western Rivers: An Unpublished Letter from Thomas Jefferson to the Geographer of the United States; "Union Holiday-Closed Till Futher Notice": The 1936 General Strike at Pekin, Illinois; Louis Rodenberg: Pioneer in Braille Printing; William Butler Ogden and the Growth of Chicago; The Rudowitz Extradition Case; Lincolniana: A Small Receipt Reveals a Large Story; Midwestern Jewish Commitment and Practical American Idealism: The Early History of Sinai Temple, Champaign, Illinois; Quarreling in the English Settlement: The Flowers in Court; The Camp on Wood River: A Winter of Preparation for the Lewis and Clark Expedition; James Adams: Early Springfield Mormon and Freemason; Origins of the "Champaign System": Prelude to the McCollum Case, 1945-1948; The Making of a Myth: Abraham Lincoln's Family Background in the Perspective of Jacksonian Politics; Eight Weeks on a St. Clair County Farm in 1851: Letters by a Young German; John Mason Peck on Illinois Slavery; Annual Report; The Age of Ambition in Quincy, Illinois; A Fragment of French Canada on the Illinois Prairies; Cartography of the Illinois Country: An Analysis of Middle Mississippi Maps Drawn During the British Regime; Abraham Lincoln and the Ideal of Equality; A Family Album: The Dressers of Springfield

  5. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 76
    Articles:
    Everett M. Dirksen of Pekin: Politician Par Excellence; Everett McKinley Dirksen: The Roots of an American Statesman; Congressman Noah Morgan Mason: Illinois' Conservative Spokesman; Cold War Observer: Governor Adlai Stevenson on American Foreign Relations; A German P.O.W. at Camp Grant: The Reminiscences of Heinz Richter; My dear Mr. W": Mary Lincoln Writes to Alexander Williamson; The Birth of Chicago: An Examination of Economic Parentage; Conflict in the Illinois Woman Suffrage Movement of 1913; The 1942 Mid-Term Elections in Illinois; The Congress on Labor at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition; Jacob Allaman, Covered Bridge Builder: A Case Study; Suburb into Neighborhood: The Transformation of Urban Identity on Chicago's Periphery-Irving Park as a Case Study, 1870-1910; Ralph Clarkson: An Academic Painter in an Era of Change; Public Health Nursing in Chicago in the 1920s: The Reminiscences of Lillian Beck Fuller, R.N.; Kings of the Hill: Illini Huskers, 1924-1941; Annual Report; Cairo, Illinois: Strategic Civil War River Port; The "Upward Movement" in Illinois: Henry B. Fuller's Record of Cultural Progress, 1867-1917; Allons, Cowboys!; "Mother by the Tens": Flora Adelaide Holcomb Bronson's Account of Her Life as an Illinois Schoolteacher, Poet, and Farm Wife, 1851-1927

  6. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 77 (no.1 & 2)
    Articles:
    Allegories of Justice: The Albert H. Krehbiel Murals in the Supreme Court Building of Illinois; Mural Paintings of the Illinois Supreme Court; Albert Henry Krehbiel, 1873-1945: Early American Impressionist; Historic Hospitals of Cairo; The Grand Opera House of Peoria, 1882-1909; Three to Remember: Archibald MacLeish, Stanley Kimmel, Phillips Bradley; Lincolniana: The Lincoln Account at the Corneau & Diller Drug Store, 1849-1861, A Springfield Tradition; A Review Essay: Conscious or Subconscious Caesarism?: A Critique of Recent Scholarly Attempts to Put Abraham Lincoln on the Analyst's Couch; "For God, Country, and Home": The Ku Klux Klan in Pekin, 1923-1925; Anna Durkee Tauzin Young, 1753-1839: Connecticut Lady, Illinois Pioneer; Land Transactions in Illinois Prior to the Sale of Public Domain; Land Speculation in Western Illinois: Pike County, 1821-1835; The Pleasure and the Pain: An English Miller's Impression of Life in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Illinois

  7. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 77 (no.3 & 4)
    Articles:
    Petroleum and Profits in the Prairie State, 1889-1980: Straws in the Cider Barrel; "Tokens of Respect" and "Heartfelt Thanks": How Abraham Lincoln Coped with Presidential Gifts; The Scott Wike Lucas Collection: Manuscripts and Audiovisual Resources; Annual Report of the Illinois State Historical Library and the Illinois State Historical Society; Two Hundred Years of Anglo-American Friendship; Margaret Flint: The Historian's Librarian; Eddie Condon in Illinois: The Roots of a "Jazz Personality"; John Regan's Emigrant's Guide: A Neglected Literary Achievement; Robert Todd Lincoln and His Father's Grave Robbers; or, Left in the Lurch by the Secret Service

  8. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 78
    Articles:
    The Illinois Country and the Treaty of Paris of 1783; The Ku Klux Klan in Illinois, 1867-1875; Entrepreneurial Ventures in the Origin of Nineteenth-Century Agricultural Towns: Pike County, 1823-1880; Lincoln, Form Letters, and Fillmore Men; Blowing the Trumpet: The Chicago Defender and Black Migration During World War I; The American Roots of German Lutheranism in Illinois; Extraterritoriality and the Fugitive Slave Debate; "Scholarship, Virtue, and Religion": Robert Allyn and McKendree College, 1863-1874; Conferring Status: Lorado Taft's Portraits of an Artistic Community; Beating the Devil: Life and Art in Peter Cartwright's Autobiography; A Banker at War: The World War I Experiences of Charles Gates Dawes; "The last, best hope of earth": Abraham Lincoln's Perception of the Mission of America, 1834-1854; Black Chicago Political Realignment During the Depression and New Deal; Schoolman Among Scholars: Andrew S. Draper at the University of Illinois, 1894-1904; Olive Beaupré Miller and My Book House; Classical Music in Chicago and the Founding of the Symphony, 1850-1905

  9. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 79
    Articles:
    Organizing the Workers in a Steel Company Town: The Union Movement in Joliet, 1870-1920; Socialist Publishing in Illinois: Charles H. Kerr & Company of Chicago, 1886-1928; Smile, and Work, and Serve: The Legacy of an Illinois Officer in World War I; The Civil War Concluded in the Papers of Ulysses S. Grant; The University of Illinois and the Community-Junior College Movement, 1901-1965; Thomas Jefferson and the Ordinance of 1784; A Special Place: Lake Forest and the Great Depression, 1929-1940; The Obscurity of August Mersy: A German-American in the Civil War; Lincoln Family Documents in the F. J. Dreer Collection; Hell Hath No Fury like a General Scorned: Nelson A. Miles, the Pullman Strike, and the Beef Scandal of 1898; "I am in purgatory now": Journalist Hooper Warren Survives the Illinois Frontier; Grant's Role in Beginning Black Soldiery; Welcoming the World: Illinois' Role in the World's Columbian Exposition; Ulysses S. Grant One Hundred Years Later; Nathan Clifford Ricker and the Beginning of Architectural Education in Illinois; The Lincoln Handbill of 1837: A Rare Document's History

  10. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 80
    Articles:
    Richard J. Oglesby, Lincoln's Rail-Splitter; "This Bleak Situation": The Founding of Fort Sheridan, Illinois; Confederate Caricature of Abraham Lincoln; Black Migration to Pulaski County, Illinois, 1860-1900; James Semple, Prairie Entrepreneur; George Wolfe and the "Far Western" Brethren; Ferdinand Ernst and the German Colony at Vandalia; Ellen Van Volkenburg, Maurice Browne, and the Chicago Little Theatre; The 1730 Siege of the Foxes: Two Maps by Canadian Participants Provide Additional Information on the Fort and Its Location; Her Own Boss: Businesswomen and Separate Spheres in the Midwest, 1850-1880; John Jones: A Study of a Black Chicagoan; Illinois and the Four Progressive-Era Amendments to the United States Constitution; Popular Sovereignty and Constitutional Change in the United States and Illinois Constitutions; Slavery, the "More Perfect Union," and the Prairie State

  11. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 81
    Articles:
    A Reinterpretation of Black Strategies for Change at the Chicago Worlds Fair, 1933-1934; The Northwest Ordinance: A Bicentennial Souvenir; Reports of a Downstate Independent: Excerpts front the Letters of Lewis Omer to Allan Nevins, 1930-1953; Forgotten Soldiers: The Confederate Prisoners at Camp Butler, 1862-1863; Adlai E. Stevenson, McCarthyism, and the FBI; Eyeing the World with All Delight: Helga Sandburg Looks Back at Her Family; "The People in Miniature": The Illinois General Assembly, 1818-1848; The Economic Transformation of Carpentry in Late-Nineteenth-Century Chicago; The American Coal Mining Novel: A Century of Development; From Ireland to Illinois: The Life of Helen Ross Hall; A Newcomer Observes the Climax of the 1858 Lincoln-Douglas Campaign; Ruth Hanna McCormick and the Senatorial Election of 1930; Charles S. Johnson and the Chicago Commission on Race Relations; Putting America in the Driver's Seat: The Deere-Clark Motor Car Company; Charles G. Radbourne: The Greatest Pitcher of the Nineteenth Century; Ulysses S. Grant and the Failure of Reconciliation; The Eloquence of W. Willard Wirtz

  12. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 82
    Articles:
    "A Samaritan had passed by": George Miller-Mormon Bishop, Trailblazer, and Brigham Young Antagonist; Chicago Press Treatment of the Gangster, 1924-1931; Edward Coles and the Constitutional Crisis in Illinois, 1822-1824; The Pioneer Squatter; A History of Camp Butler, 1861-1866; The Rise of Jacksonian Politics in Illinois; Private Albert Cashier As Regarded by His/Her Comrades; Frank Lloyd Wright's Dana-Thomas House: Its History, Acquisition, and Preservation; "No, Thank You. I've Been to Dwight": Reflections on the Keeley Cure for Alcoholism; Sounds of Silence: An Aspect of Lincoln's Whig Years; The American Years of Harold Sinclair; Some Thoughts on Public History and Social Responsibility; Gilded Age Politician: Adlai E. Stevenson of Illinois and His Times; Dear Diary, 1886-1890: Clara Lindbeck Writes from Bishop Hill; Discouragement, Weariness, and War Politics: Desertions from Illinois Regiments during the Civil War; "More pleasure in the pursuit than in the possession": A Brief History of the Henry Horner Lincoln Collection in the Illinois State Historical Library

  13. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 83
    Articles:
    Thomas Bentley and the American Revolution in Illinois; The Chicago Catholic Charities, the Great Depression, and Public Monies; "My poor little Ninth": The Ninth Illinois at Shiloh; The Springfield Lyceums and Lincoln's 1838 Speech; Dirksen and Douglas of Illinois: The Pragmatist and the Professor as Contemporaries in the United States Senate; Constitutionalism and the Illinois Community College System: A Case of Dissenting Taxpayers, 1966-1968; Creating Community in a Midwestern Village: Fifty Years of the Cobden Peach Festival; A New Mary Todd Lincoln Photograph: A Tour of the White Mountains in Summer, 1863; Lessons from the Landscape: The Stone Arch Bridges of Monroe County; History, Fantasy, Memory: Ben Hecht and a Chicago Hanging; The Chicago Defender in the Progressive Era; The Dry Machine: The Formation of the Anti-Saloon League of Illinois; "Join hands and heart with law and order": The 1893 Lynching of Samuel J. Bush and the Response of Decatur's African American Community; Illinois Commentary: Steamboat Elsie of Henry; Edward F. Dunne: Illinois' Most Progressive Governor; The Prince of Wales in the United States: A Harbinger of English Opinion of the Civil War; A Federalist on the Frontier: General Thomas Posey; Grief, Souvenirs, and Enterprise Following Lincoln's Assassination

  14. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 84
    Articles:
    Around the World in a Day: International Participation in the World's Columbian Exposition; The Bulgarian Colony of Southwestern Illinois, 1900-1920; Community Dynamics and Educational Decisions: Establishing Public Schools in Belleville and Galesburg; Ulysses S. Grant and Benjamin Butler in the Appomattox Campaign; Forgotten Hero: Philip Sidney Post; Reactions Against the Vietnam War and Military-Related Targets on Campus: The University of Illinois as a Case Study, 1965-1972; "About new powder:" An Unpublished Lincoln Note; Marie Rouensa-8cate8a and the Foundations of French Illinois; Plucking the Apple Without Rooting up the Tree: Environmental Concern in the Production of Prairie State Petroleum; The Actor from Jacksonville Views the Outlaw from Missouri: Sol Smith Russell Reports on the Surrender of Frank James; Paris Newspapers and the American Civil War; The Murder of Zura Burns, 1883: A Case Study of a Homicide in Lincoln; Chicagoua/Chicago: The Origin, Meaning, and Etymology of a Place Name; The Business of a Midwestern Trial Court: Knox County, Illinois, 1841-1850; "The Conservative": A Civil War Soldier's Musical Condemnation of Illinois Copperheads

  15. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 85
    Articles:
    Suppression of Dissent: Academic Freedom at the University of Illinois during the World War I Era; The Fulton County War at Home and in the Field; Monuments to Their Skill: Urbana-Champaign Carpenters, Contractors, and Builders, 1850-1900; "Honest men and law-abiding citizens": The 1894 Railroad Strike in Decatur; Aspiration and Reality: Occupational and Educational Choice among Filipino Migrants to Chicago, 1900-1935; Serving Under Seven Presidents: Les Arends and His Forty Years in Congress; "Blood in the moon": The War for the Seat of Edwards County, 1821-1824; Reticent Germans: The East Frisians of Illinois; To Hold the Prize: The County Seat War in Du Page County, 1867-1872; "I have labored hard to find the law": Abraham Lincoln and the Alton and Sangamon Railroad; Recipe for Violence: War Attitudes, the Black Hundred Riot, and Superpatriotism in an Illinois Coalfield, 1917-1918

  16. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 86
    Articles:
    Should We Drink the Water? Typhoid Fever Worries at the Columbian Exposition; The Chicago Metropolitan Mutual Assurance Company: A Profile of a Black-Owned Enterprise; A New Version of the Founding of the Chicago Daily News; Hamlet in New York: Adlai Stevenson during the First Week of the Cuban Missile Crisis; Heurtley to Bluemner: Early Impressions of Frank Lloyd Wright; The Prohibitionists' Lincolns; "His own fault": Rev. Charles H. Ellis of Bloomington Sermonizes on the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln; Changing Images at Shimer College: From Rural Home to Collegiate Quadrangle; The Fox Raid of 1752: Defensive Warfare and the Decline of the Illinois Indian Tribe; The Yalta Conference and Its Impact on the Chicago Congressional Elections of 1946; Soldiers on Our Streets: The Effects of a Civil War Military Camp on the Springfield Community

  17. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 87
    Articles:
    "A contest in which blood must flow like water": Du Page County and the Civil War; The Ironies of Partyism and Antipartyism: Origins of Partisan Political Culture in Jacksonian Illinois; The Espionage and Sedition Acts of 1917 and 1918: Sectional Interpretations in the United States District Courts of Illinois; Pushing Every Button, Pulling Every String: The University of Illinois, the 1895 Legislature, and the Struggle over Appropriations; Aiding and Abetting: Disloyalty Prosecutions in the Federal Civil Courts of Southern Illinois, 1861-1866; Stephen A. Douglas, the Know-Nothings, and the Democratic Party in Illinois, 1854-1858; The Early Career of Robert Kennicott, Illinois' Pioneering Naturalist; "Vote for the advantage of ourselves and our race": The Election of the First Black Alderman in Chicago; A Bibliography of Illinois Civil War Regimental Sources in the Illinois State Historical Library: Part I, Published and Printed Sources; "The town that Billy Sunday could not shut down": Prohibition and Sunday's Chicago Crusade of 1918; "Our great opportunity": Organized Women Advance Women's Work at the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893; A Bibliography of Illinois Civil War Regimental Sources in the Illinois State Historical Library: Part II, Manuscripts

  18. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 88
    Articles:
    A New Frontier in the Chicago Suburbs: Settling Fermilab, 1963-1972; African Americans and the World's Columbian Exposition; Chicago Settlement Women in Fact and Fiction: Hobart Chatfield Chatfield-Taylor, Clara Elizabeth Laughlin, and Elia Wilkinson Peattie Portray the New Woman; The Demolition of the Garrick Theater and the Birth of the Preservation Movement in Chicago; Agriculture, Mentalites, and Violence on the Illinois Frontier; Prairie Politician: William Andrew Jackson Sparks and the Politics of Honor During the Gilded Age; Merchants as Models: The Merchandise Mart Hall of Fame and Changing Values in Postwar Chicago; Hayseed Immigration Policy: "Uncle Joe" Cannon and the Immigration Question; "The lady candidate": Ruth Hanna McCormick and the Senatorial Election of 1930; Illinois Farmers in Revolt: The Corn Belt Liberty League; "With . . . candour and good faith": Nathaniel Pope and the Admission Enabling Act of 1818; Chicago's Irish Americans and the Candidacies of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1932-1944

  19. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 89
    Articles:
    Adlai Stevenson, Television, and the Presidential Campaign of 1956; Ten Million Acres for the Insane: The Forgotten Collaboration of Dorothea L. Dix and William H. Bissell; Abraham Lincoln and Joshua Speed, Attorney and Client; Migration and Separation: Divorce in Kane County, 1837-1869; Policing in Mormon Nauvoo; "Pretty damned warm times": The 1864 Charleston Riot and "the inalienable right of revolution"; "In view of the uncertainty of life": A Coles County Lynching; Andrew Borders v. William Hayes: Indentured Servitude and the Underground Railroad in Illinois; "We Broadcast Better Music": WBBM Goes On the Air in Lincoln, Illinois; "I wish to thank you for the confidence placed in me": Horace Duncan and the Construction of the St. Bede Abbey Round Barn; Abolitionists and Escaped Slaves in Jacksonville: Samuel Willard's "My First Adventure with a Fugitive Slave: The story of it and how it failed"; The Movement for Compulsory Health Insurance in Illinois, 1912-1920

  20. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 90
    Articles:
    Did the Cow Do It? A New Look at the Great Chicago Fire; The Grayville Waterworks War; Forerunners for a Domestic Revolution: Jane Addams, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, and the Ideology of Childhood, 1900-1916; "Not following in the groove": Lowney Handy, James Jones, and the Handy Colony for Writers; A Bibliography of Dissertations Related to Illinois History, 1977-1995; A New Look at the Beginnings of the Illinois Architects Licensing Law; The People Versus Nicholas P. Earp; James R. Mann: The Illinois Years; Whirlwinds of Change: The Transformation of Illinois State Normal University, 1957-1971; Ninian Edwards's Republican Dilemma; The African American Struggle for Equality and Justice in Cairo, Illinois, 1865-1900

  21. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 91
    Articles:
    The Alton School Case and African American Community Consciousness, 1897-1908; "Divine is Doomed. AND SO ARE HIGH PRICES": The Hanging of Patsey Devine in Clinton, 1882; On Grant's Front Line: The Fifth Illinois Cavalry in Mississippi; The Cruel Striker War, Rail Labor & the Broken Symmetry of Galesburg Civic Culture, 1877 - 1888; Community in a Garden: The Pullman Paradigm in Southern Illinois; "A Man of Belial": Roger C. Sullivan, the Progressive Democracy, and the Senatorial Elections of 1914; With His Eyes Open: Stephen A. Douglas and the Kansas-Nebraska Disaster of 1854; Avery Brundage: Chicago Businessman; Harmless Pranks or Brutal Practices? Hazing at the University of Illinois, 1868-1913 [NOTE: There are only 3 issues in this volume.]

  22. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 92
    Articles:
    Oliver Dennett Grover's Thy Will Be Done; Dorothea Dix and the Founding of Illinois' First Mental Hospital; Leonard Swett: Lincoln's Legacy to the Chicago Bar; Joliet's Enterprising Universalists: the Church and the City in Late Nineteenth Century Illinois; In Search of My Great, Great Grandparents: Mapping Seven Generations of Family History; Beyond Chicago's Black Metropolis: A History of the West Side's First Century, 1837-1940; Conflict and Continuity: E. Franklin Frazier, Oliver C. Cox, and the Chicago School of Sociology; "of such is the kingdom of heaven": the Mystery of "Little Eddie"; Abraham Lincoln and the Reverend Dr. James Smith: Lincoln's Presbyterian Experience in Springfield; Joseph H. Barrett and John Locke Scripps, Shapers of Lincoln's Religious Image; Lincoln's Intimate Friend: Leonard Swett; Delegates to the Illinois State Republican Nominating Convention in 1860; Farm Women, Class, and the Limits of Nostalgia; Getting Its Wings: Chicago as the Cradle of Aviation in America; Illinois in 1899 Compared to Illinois in 1999

  23. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 93
    Articles:
    "Awful Calamities now upon Us": the Civil War in Fountain Green, Illinois; "New Notions and Wild Vagaries": Elizabeth Packard's Quest for Personal Liberty; Death and the Maidens: The Newberry Sisters and the Marriage Question; The Crack of the Whip: The Chicago Federation of Labor Battles against the Labor Injunction in the 1920s; French Imperial Remnants on the Middle Ground: The Strange Case of August de la Balme and Charles Beaubien; Joseph Jefferson's Lincoln: Vindication of an Autobiographical Legend; The Prophet and the Presidency: Mormonism and Politics in Joseph Smith's 1844 Presidential Campaign; Post Offices in Northern Illinois, 1837; "O Fairest Monticello": Monticello Female Seminary; Cora Agnes Benneson, a First-Wave Feminist of Illinois; "How I Hate This Hateful War!": An Illinois Farm Woman Faces World War I; The Life of Florence Fifer Bohrer: Illinois' First Woman Senator; A Vanishing Frontier: The Development of a Market Economy in DuPage County; Famine Relief from the Garden City to the Green Isle; I Too Serve America: African American Women War Workers in Chicago, 1940-1945

  24. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 94
    Articles:
    Race and Housing in the Postwar City: An Explosive History; Race and Housing in Chicago; "Hemmed In": The Struggle Against Racial Restrictive Covenants and Deed Restrictions in Post-World War II Chicago; "Apologies to Dracula, Werewolf, Frankenstein": White Homeowners and Blockbusters in Postwar Chicago; What Went Wrong with Public Housing in Chicago? A History of the Robert Taylor Homes; A Regiment of Immigrants: The 82nd Illinois Volunteer Infantry and the Letters of Captain Rudolph Mueller; "We Cannot Have Free Government without Elections": Abraham Lincoln and the Election of 1864; John W.E. Thomas and the Election of the First African American to the Illinois General Assembly; Sisters of the Clover Club; A Sensational Criminal Trial in Central Illinois; Senator Lawrence Sherman's Role in the Defeat of the Treaty of Versailles; A Final Push for National Legislation: the Chicago Freedom Movement; African American Life in Antebellum Chicago, 1833-1860; Pursuing the Dream in Nineteenth-Century Gallatin County; Mexicans and Serbs in Southeast Chicago: Racial Group Formation during the Twentieth Century; Religion and Transnational Migration in Chicago: the Case of the Potosinos

  25. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 95
    Articles:
    "Elegant and Useful Learning": The Antiquarian and Historical Society of Illinois, 1827-1829; Scott Lucas, Everett Dirksen, and the 1950 Senate Election in Illinois; Paul H. Douglas, McCarthyism, and the Senatorial Election of 1954; Everett Dirksen's Constitutional Crusades; Review Essay: Edward Brunner on Russell, Edgar Lee Masters; John Frink and Martin Walker: Stagecoach Kings of the Old Northwest; Photography Genius: George R. Lawrence and the "Hitherto Impossible"; From "German Days" to "100 Per Cent Americanism"; After the Flood: A History of the 1928 Flood Control Act; Lincolniana 2001-2002; "Has the Lord Turned Bankrupt?" The Attempted Sale of the Nauvoo Temple, 1846-1850; Julia Butler Newberry and Mary Todd Lincoln Two "Merry" Widows; Domestic Sciences at Bradley Polytechnic Institute and The University of Chicago; Documenting Southern Illinois: A Guide to Selected Resources at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale; Buckeye's Laments: Two Early Insider Exposes of Mormon Polygamy and Their Authorship; "How to Grow a Thousand Dollar Band": History of the Joliet Grade School Band, 1913-1927; The Lynching of Robert Prager, the United Mine Workers, and the Problems of Patriotism in 1918

  26. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 96
    Articles:
    A Victorian Tragedy: The Strange Deaths of Mayor Carter H. Harrison and Patrick Eugene Prendergast; The "Race of the Century": 1895 Chicago; Major N. Clark Smith in Chicago; One Glorious Season: How Baseball Helped to Integrate Decatur, Illinois; A Fresh Look at the Place Name Chicago; The Kinderhook Plates: Examining a Nineteenth-Century Hoax; Death on the Frontier: Mortality Patterns in Horse Prairie Centery, Franklin County, Illinois, 1840-2002; Lincolniana 2002-2003; Lincoln's Friend and Biographer: Joseph Hartwell Barrett; Menard: Development of a Nineteenth-Century Prison; Peddling Noise: Contesting the Civic Soundscape of Chicago, 1890-1913; From Gang-bangers to Urban Revolutionaries: The Young Lords of Chicago; "Even in the remotest parts of the state": Downstate "Woman's Committee" Activities on the Illinois Home Front during World War I; Character Education in Rural Illinois: The One-Room Schools of Macoupin County 1909-1947; The Changing Dynamics of American Liberalism: Paul Douglas and the Elections of 1948

  27. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 97
    Articles:
    La Charrette: Was it a Winter Encampment Objective of the Lewis and Clark Expedition?; Secrecy and Segregation: Murphysboro's Black Social Organizations, 1865-1925; From Aesthetic Integration to Applying Art: Arnold H. Maremont, the EPEC Seminar, and the Planning of SIU Edwardsville; Finding America's History; Carthage Conspiracy Reconsidered: A Second Look at the Murder of Joseph and Hyrum Smith; Calling All Cars, Calling All Cars: Technological Innovations of the Chicago Police Department; "A Mighty Contest": The Jefferson-Lemen Compact Reevaluated; Why Jim Does Not Escape to Illinois in Mark Twain's Adventures of Huckleberry Finn; Two Coal Towns in 1900 Bureau County: Seatonville and Ladd; The Bond-Jones Duel and the Shooting of Rice Jones by Dr. James Dunlap: What Really Happened in Kaskaskia, Indiana Territory on 8 August and 7 December 1808?; Down to Vicksburg: The Nurses' Experience; Ulysses S. Grant, Illinois, and the Election of 1880

  28. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, volume 98
    Articles:
    Judicial Decision Making and the End of Slavery in Illinois; Herndon on Lincoln: An Unknown Interview With a List of Books in the Lincoln & Herndon Law Office; Adler & Sullivan: The End of the Partnership and Its Aftermath; Author Response: Revisiting Chicago: A Response to the Reader Response of Carl Weber; The Community-Building Experiences of Mexicans in Aurora, Illinois, 1915-1935; Organizing for Fun: Recreation and Community Formation in the Mexican Community of South Chicago in the 1920s and 1930s; From the Near West Side to 18th Street: Mexican Community Formation and Activism in Mid-Twentieth Century Chicago; El Senor o la Senora?: Gender and Participation in Chicago's Mexican Immigrant Community; Insights into the Personal Friendship and Patronage of Abraham Lincoln and Anson Gordon Henry, M.D.: Letters from Dr. Henry to His Wife, Eliza; Social Consciousness in William Maxwell's Writings Based on Lincoln, Illinois; Harley's Wayward Cousins: A History of Chicago Motorcycle Makers

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