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Illinois Heritage, Vol. 14, No. 3, May–June 2011
Illinois Heritage, Vol. 14, No. 3, May–June 2011

Illinois Heritage, Vol. 14, No. 3, May–June 2011



Table of Contents




  • To our readers
  • Message from out new president
  • Letters
  • News
  • From the archives
  • The honor roll




  • A word from our guest editor, Bill Kemp
  • Teaching history: EIU grad program partners to preserve past
  • Essential history: Museums strengthen Prairie State’s cultural landscape
  • Hands-on-history: World-class preservation training right here in Illinois
  • Springfield welcomes 66th annual Lincoln Pilgrimage
  • Change is growth: Years of planning and hard work give wings to Grayslake’s vision
  • Highlights of 2011 Illinois History Symposium
  • Exploring history: Museum intern digs deep for McLean County Irish
  • Prairie sculptor: Lorado Taft in Illinois, Part 2
  • Civil War book review essay
  • 2011 Annual Awards



On the cover: Amara Wolski, a former student in Eastern Illinois University’s Historical Administration Program, served her internship at Wagner Farm in Glenview, Illinois in the summer of 2009. Over the course of her six-month internship, Tamara led various school and Glenview Park District programs, including a summer archaeological camp. Photo courtesy EIU’s Historical Administration Program.



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