Tuesday, March 29, 2016 / Categories: Illinois Heritage Illinois Heritage, January–February 2016 Volume 19, Number 1 This issue of Illinois Heritage has much to offer our loyal readers: A profile of John Wood, Illinois' 12th governor and the founder of Quincy; a history of the Mormon Template in Nauvoo and what archaeologists have recently discovered on the site; a Collinsville landmark that roadside travelers relish; and the story of the Fansteel sit-down strike and how it changed labor relations in the nation. Thanks to our several contributors for making this issue possible. Of course we have included the latest Society news, announcements, programs, tours, and historical marker dedications around the state. It's all good reading in Illinois Heritage. I suggest a warm cup of cider, a mug of hot chocolate, or your favorite winter beverage to begin your adventure in Illinois history. William Furry Executive Director Table of ContentsDepartments To our readers President's message ISHS news From the archives Obituary: Larry Allen Douglas The honor roll Features Roadside Attraction: Collinsville's catsup bottle gets a new owner John Wood: 12th Governor of Illinois (free article) 18 Illinois Women Artists, Part 24: Marguerite Kurtz Hohenberg The temple rises: Refocusing on the centerpiece of Historical Nauvoo (free article) Keeping death at bay: Illinois Civil War soldiers' letter extracts about hospitals and medicine Landmarks in labor history: Waukegan Fansteel sit-down strike and the end of industrial militarism (free article) Reviews Book: Greylord redux Operation Greylord: The True Story of an Untrained Undercover Agent and America's Biggest Corruption Bust Book: Drink to the foam The U.S. Navy: A Concise History Film: Blood and snow The Hateful Eight Issue Price$5.00 Print Tags: Civil War Governors Collinsville John Wood Women Artists Nauvoo Labor History Fansteel protesters Fansteel sit-down strikers leaning out of factory windows John Wood The original Nauvoo Temple, circa 1846 Related articles Illinois Heritage, March–April 2023 Illinois Heritage, November–December 2022 Illinois Heritage, September–October 2022 Illinois Heritage, July–August 2022 Illinois Heritage, May–June 2022 Previous Issue Illinois Heritage, November–December 2015 Next Issue Illinois Heritage, March–April 2016 Please login or register to post comments.