Tuesday, January 12, 2016 / Categories: Illinois Heritage Illinois Heritage, November–December 2015 Volume 18, Number 6 On the Cover: A young visitor to the Lincoln Tomb in Springfield considers the price of citizenship in a nation "of the people, by the people, for the people." Photo by Jody Kienzler To our Readers: The leaves have turned and fallen, and the mercury continues to dip below the comfort zone. As of the writing the Illinois General Assembly and Governor Rauner are frozen solid with no thaw of the state budget in sight. For many state employees and service providers, it looks like the winter of discontent is already upon us. Table of ContentsDepartments To our readers President's message Letters to the editor ISHS news The honor roll Features Archaeology of a hate crime: Rail project uncovers grim evidence of 1908 race riot (article sample) "Fog wings" Egypt in the fall Rock Island reconnoiter (article sample) Running Illinois: State archivist experience history one step - and county-at a time Illinois Women Artists Series, Part 23, Lillian Scalzo Issue Price$5.00 Print Tags: Women Artists Series Rock Island Egypt Hate Crime Related articles Illinois Heritage, November–December 2022 Illinois Heritage, September–October 2022 Illinois Heritage, July–August 2022 Illinois Heritage, May–June 2022 Illinois Heritage, March–April 2022 Previous Issue Illinois Heritage, July–August 2015 Next Issue Illinois Heritage, January–February 2016 Please login or register to post comments.