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Illinois Heritage, Vol. 24, No. 6, November–December 2021
Illinois Heritage, Vol. 24, No. 6, November–December 2021

Illinois Heritage, Vol. 24, No. 6, November–December 2021

 

Table of Contents

 

Departments

  • To our readers
  • President’s messdage
  • ISHS News and letters
  • The Lincoln Collector
  • The honor roll

Features

  • Forgotten Voices from Illinois history: William Maxwell
  • Illinois Women Artists series, #48: Christia M. Reade
  • Preservation: Historic Leland farmhouse demolished
  • Badger huts in the old lead mine district
  • Historic headlines: Illinois Statehood Day
  • Fall harvest: Heritage contributors share their pics of the season
  • ‘Call me Joe’: A transformative priest and his campus ministry
  • The Bettie Stuart Institute
  • Ottawa’s tent colony: Fighting the scourge of tuberculosis in the upper Illinois River valley
  • New ISHS marker dedications

 

Review

  • ‘I gave my services willingly’

 

On the cover:
Lincoln’s New Salem State Historic Site interpreter Ron Howells gives young Abram “Abe” Thompson a lesson in apple butter production during a recent fall festival. Young Abe was born at New Salem two years ago, the first child born in New Salem in more than 170 years. Photo by William Furry.

 

 

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