Thursday, October 12, 2023 / Categories: Illinois Heritage, General News Illinois Heritage, September–October 2023 Volume 26, Number 5 To our readers In this issue of Illinois Heritage we meet several interesting people from our Prairie State past—Studs Terkel, Milton Kimbler, Eve Josephson Garrison, ––and we revisit Eldorado, Illinois, at the turn of the last century when rioters shut down a Tuskegee model school for African American children and created a “sundown town” in southern Illinois. We also look at the Potawatomi Trail of Death, which came through central Illinois in 1837. 2024 membership renewals for the Society are going out in coming weeks. Please renew as soon as possible using your ISHS membership number, which you’ll find with your mailing label on the back of the Heritage. Online renewals save us postage, which, if you notice, keeps climbing. Thanks for all you do for Illinois history. Renew today and share your Heritage. William Furry Executive Director Table of ContentsDepartments To our readers President’s message Letters ISHS News Obituary – Wolf Fuhrig The honor roll Features Forgotten voices of Illinois history: Studs Terkel Women artists series #55: Eve Josephson Garrison The teaching moment Historical headlines: the Trail of Tears Priscilla’s hollyhocks (Sample Article) The sad life of Milton Kibler (Sample Article) 2023 Sesquicentennial Houses of Worship Welcome to The Arlee The forgotten story of Eldorado, part II Drive-in: Early days of an independent fast-food restaurant About the cover: The historic Mt. Pulaski Courthouse is part of the 8th Judicial Circuit, which Illinois lawyer Abraham Lincoln traveled in the 1840s and ‘50s. The courthouse lawn is home to a new Lincoln statue, “The Pursuit of Truth,” by John McClarey.Issue Price$10.00 Print Tags: Native Americans Sesquicentennial Churches Churches Food Artists Awards Soldiers Movies Sesquicentennial House of Worship Awards Potawatomi Related articles Illinois Heritage, May–June 2023 Illinois Heritage, March–April 2023 Illinois Heritage, January–February 2023 Illinois Heritage, November–December 2022 Illinois Heritage, September–October 2022 Previous Issue Illinois Heritage, July–August 2023 Please login or register to post comments.