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The People's Building

The People's Building

The Illinois State Capitol is known as the people's building. The...

The People's Building

The People's Building

The Illinois State Capitol is known as the people's building. The July-August 2018 issue of Illinois Heritage is a special issue devoted to the building with three unique stories about the capitol. 
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Protect your family history

Make sure your efforts to preserve the past are not endangering it.

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Make sure your efforts to preserve the past are not endangering it.
The Illinois Supreme Court in the State Capitol

The Illinois Supreme Court in the...

The Illinois Supreme Court chambers as they looked when the court was...

The Illinois Supreme Court in the State Capitol

The Illinois Supreme Court in the State Capitol

The Illinois Supreme Court chambers as they looked when the court was housed inside the Illinois statehouse from 1878-1907.

 

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9/20/1965

WXXW (now WYCC) TV channel 20 in Chicago, IL (PBS) begins broadcasting.

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Since 1934, the Illinois State Historical Society has erected more than 500 historical markers statewide. Subjects of historical significance to Illinois are co-sponsored by local organizations and supporters. The Illinois State Historical Society coordinates the placement and management of historical markers throughout the state.

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Volume 107, Numbers 3-4, Fall-Winter 2014 issue of the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society

ISHS is pleased to announce the arrival of Volume 107 of the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Fall-Winter 2014, the fourth in a series of five Civil War 150th anniversary commemorative issues, this guest-edited by Robert Girardi.

Articles include:
*"Two Slaves in Jacksonville," by Patricia B. Burnette
*"General John Corson Smith and the Early Days of the Fighting 96th Illinois Infantry," by Wayne L. Wolfe and Bruce S. Allardice
*"Colonel Silas D. Baldwin: Guilty or Not Guilty?" by Richard Dexter
*"Was Illinois Governor Richard Yates Intimidated by Copperheads During the Civil War?" by James J. Barnes and Patience P. Barnes
* Colonel Mitchell's Wars: Confederates, Copperheads, and Bushwhackers," by Peter J. Barry
*St. Mary's Goes to War: The Sisters of Holy Cross as Civil War Nurses," by Cindy Intravartolo
*Plus more than 17 book reviews

Individual copies for the double issue are $36 plus shipping and available through the University of Illinois Press. For copies call 866-244-0626.
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