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The Collected Writings of James T. Hickey (paperback) - 32936375-0e64-4209-7c6e-a082a45f0413
Manufacturer: James T. Hickey
The Collected Writings of James T. Hickey (paperback)

This volumje brings together twenty-one articles (illustrated with more than 100 photographs) written by Lincoln expert James T. Hickey for the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society

Based on more than three decades of research and writing, most of which the author spent as Curator of the Henry Horner Lincoln Collection of the Illinois State Historical Library, this book is a treasure trove of discoveries and insights into the life of Illinois' most famous citizen--especially his early years in New Salem, his law career, and his relationships with the families of Menard, Logan, Macon, and Sangmon counties. 


Publisher: The Illinois State Historical Society, 1990


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