Illinois History

Illinois History: Selected full-text books and articles

The Conquest of the Illinois By George Rogers Clark; Milo Milton Quaife Southern Illinois University Press, 2001
Soldiers Back Home: The American Legion in Illinois, 1919-1939 By Thomas B. Littlewood Southern Illinois University Press, 2004
Paul Powell of Illinois: A Lifelong Democrat By Robert E. Hartley Southern Illinois University Press, 1999
A Study in Boss Politics: William Lorimer of Chicago By Joel Arthur Tarr University of Illinois Press, 1971
Woman from Spillertown: A Memoir of Agnes Burns Wieck By David Thoreau Wieck Southern Illinois University Press, 1992
A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.
The Black Struggle for Public Schooling in Nineteenth-Century Illinois By Robert L. McCaul Southern Illinois University Press, 1987
Behind the Guns: The History of Battery I, 2nd Regiment, Illinois Light Artillery By Thaddeus C. S. Brown; Samuel J. Murphy; William G. Putney; Clyde C. Walton Southern Illinois University Press, 2000
The Transformation of Rural Life: Southern Illinois, 1890-1990 By Jane Adams University of North Carolina Press, 1994
Prairie Albion: An English Settlement in Pioneer Illinois By Charles Boewe Southern Illinois University Press, 1999
Illinois: A Descriptive and Historical Guide By Federal Writers' Project (Ill.) A. C. McClurg, 1939
An Uncertain Tradition: U.S. Senators from Illinois, 1818-2003 By David Kenney; Robert E. Hartley Southern Illinois University Press, 2003
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