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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

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Welcome to the Illinois State Historical Sociey's online store. Over the years the Society has accumulated many books and since it is neither a research center nor a lending library, we have created this Store to make these books available for purchase. Most are single title items in like new condition. In addition to books, we are also offering for sale back issues of the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, art work, and stationery. All proceeds from these sales will be used to support the Illinois State Historical Society.

ISHS Members will received a 20% discount by logging in with their membership ID number.

*Most of the books for sale are new or very gently used and in extremely good condition.  If you have any specific questions, please feel free to call the office at 217-525-2781, Ext. 1.

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Covered Bridges of Illinois -
Manufacturer: Thelma Eaton
Covered Bridges of Illinois

This copiously illustrated volume includes not only descriptions and history of all of the state's known covered bridges–both past and present–but also general discussions of structural techniques and enough history of Illinois roads and bridges to provide background necessary for understanding the history of the covered bridges. There are many drawings and maps, a list of all toll bridges authorized by the state between 1818 and 1867, a list of free bridges authorized by the state legislature in the years 1831-1843, a list (by county) of all known covered bridges, a selected bibliography, and a good index. The photographs are excellent.

Publisher: Edwards Bros., Inc., Ann Arbor, MI, 1968

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