Mark Hubbard / Sunday, May 21, 2017 / Categories: Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society Volume 110 - Number 1 - Spring 2017 Articles “Names and Appearances are often Indeterminate:” Quandaries over Identifying Jews in Chicago, 1953–1961 Kelly King-O’brien “Behind the Suburban Curtain:” The Campaign for Open Occupancy in Naperville Ann Durkin Keating “The Dwindling Legacy that Is Food for Mice and Flames:” Discovery and Preservation of Illinois Historic Newspapers through the Illinois Digital Newspaper Project, 2009–2015 Marek Sroka and Tracy Nectoux Book Reviews Empire by Collaboration: Indians, Colonists, and Governments in Colonial Illinois Country. By Robert Michael Morrissey. Reviewed by Michael C. Beatniks Prairie Justice: A History of Illinois Courts under French, English, and American Law. By Roger L. Severns. Edited by John A. Lupton. Reviewed by Jerome B. Meites The National Joker: Abraham Lincoln and the Politics of Satire. By Todd Nathan Thompson. Reviewed by William Furry Abraham Lincoln, the Quakers, and the Civil War: “A Trial of Principle and Faith.” By Robert M. Marovich. Reviewed by William R. White Lincoln’s Generals’ Wives: Four Women Who Influenced the Civil War—for Better or Worse. By Candice Shy Hooper. Reviewed by Patricia Ann Owens For Slavery and Union: Benjamin Buckner and Kentucky Loyalties in the Civil War. By Patrick A. Lewis. Reviewed by Wesley Moody Union Made: Working People and the Rise of Social Christianity in Chicago. By Heath W. Carter. Reviewed by T.R. Noddings Manhood on the Line: Working-Class Masculinities in the American Heartland. By Stephen Meyer. Reviewed by Bucky Halker Friends Disappear: The Battle for Racial Equality in Evanston. By Mary Barr. Reviewed by Thomas Gubbels Last Project Standing: Civics and Sympathy in Post-Welfare Chicago. By Catherine Fennell. Reviewed by Micah Salkind Previous Article Making history Next Article Jacob Haish historical marker dedication Print 3982 Rate this article: No rating Tags: Chicago Identity Activism Open Housing Social Movements Digital History Digital Humanities Jews African Americans Please login or register to post comments.