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Transactions of the Illinois State Historical Society for the year 1904.

by Illinois State Historical Society.

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Published by Phillips Bros., State Printers in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Illinois -- History.,
  • Illinois -- History -- War of 1812.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFifth annual meeting of the society, Bloomington, Jan. 27, 28, 29, 1904.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination701 p. :
    Number of Pages701
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23349459M
    OCLC/WorldCa48529949

    That mission is accomplished through its Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, the popular history magazine Illinois Heritage, and other publications; as well as through its programs, including the annual Illinois History Symposium, the Centennial Awards, the Annual Tour, the Annual awards, scholarships, workshops, and an extensive. George Turner (c. – Ma ) was an English-born soldier, land speculator, and jurist from South Carolina.. Little is known about Turner's personal life. In the American Revolutionary War (–), he served in the 1st South Carolina Regiment of the Continental Army, rising to the rank of was taken prisoner by the British at the siege of Charleston on 12 May

    Sangamon County Illinois Ladies' Soldiers Aid Society. Part of the American History & Genealogy Project. Sangamon County Illinois Ladies' Soldiers Aid Society By Mrs. Eva Munson Smith Publication Number Seventeen Of The Illinois State Historical Library Transactions Of The Illinois State Historical Society, For The Year McChesney, H.V., ed. "Certificate Book of the Virginia Land Commission of " Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 21 (): Meese, William E. "Credit Island, " journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 7 (Jan. ): Talbert, Charles G. "A Roof for Kentucky." Filson Club History Quarterly 29Cited by: 4.

    Jesse B. Thomas--J. F. Snyder, "Forgotten Statesman of Illinois: Hon. Jesse Burgess Thomas," Illinois State Historical Society, Transactions for the Year , Back. Elias Kent Kane--Henry B. Chamberlain, "Elias Kent Kane," Illinois State Historical Society, Transactions for the Year . The Society was organized , and became a department of the Illinois State Historical Library by act of the Illinois General Assembly, The Society is governed by fifteen directors, who are elected by the members and serve for three years. Membership in the Society, which is open to all, includes a subscription to the.


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