Mark Hubbard / Monday, August 29, 2016 / Categories: Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society Volume 109 - Number 2 - Summer 2016 Articles Extradition, the Mormons, and the Election of 1843 -By Andrew H. Hedges "Armed men are coming from the state of Missouri": Federalism, Interstate Affairs, and Joseph Smith's Final Attempt to Secure Federal Intervention in Nauvoo. -By Brent M. Rogers A Copperhead in Quincy Goes to Washington: Senator William A. Richardson -By Shawn Hale Book Reviews Roadside History of Illinois. By Stan Banash. Reviewed by: John Weck The Settlers' Empire: Colonialism and State Formation in America's Old Northwest. By Bethel Saler. Reviewed by: Amy Godfrey Powers Lincoln's Political Thought. By George Kateb. Reviewed by: Brian Dirck The Civil War Guerrilla: Unfolding the Black Flag in History, Memory, and Myth. Edited by Joseph M. Beilein, Jr., and Matthew C. Hulbert. Reviewed by: Robert I. Girardi Lorado Taft: The Chicago Years. By Allen Stuart Weller. Reviewed by: Jennifer Rose Hasso Regina Anderson Andrews: Harlem Renaissance Librarian. By Ethelene Whitmore. Reviewed by: Steve Rosswurm Jane Addams in the Classroom. Edited by David Schaafsma. Reviewed by: Louise Edwards-Simpson The Civilian Conservation Corps in Southern Illinois, 1933-1942. By Ray Ripplemeyer. Reviewed by: Andrew S. Barbero Sounds of the New Deal: The Federal Music Project. By Peter Gough. Reviewed by: Bucky Halker The Big Leagues Go to Washington: Congress and Sports Antitrust, 1951-1989. By David George Surdam. Reviewed by: Christopher W. Schmidt Previous Article Historic Churches to be Honored Next Article Illinois Heritage, September–October 2016 Print 5436 Rate this article: No rating Tags: Chicago Quincy Civil War Nauvoo Lincoln Jane Addams New Deal Music Harlem Renaissance Copperhead Colonialism Mormon Please login or register to post comments.