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Soldiers of the American Revolution in Illinois By Illinois State Genealogical Society
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The alphabetical listing of “The Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in Illinois” published in 1976 by Illinois State Genealogical Society has been expanded to include new entries,... More > children of the entry, (other family members), history found in and referencing to pension records relating people, places and events, location of graves and references to searching for the Revolutionary War Soldier connected to Illinois. The expanded version includes the very early Soldiers in Illinois before the establishment of the Northwest Territory (1787) and Illinois (1818), many of French extraction.< Less
Soldiers of the American Revolution in Illinois By Illinois State Genealogical Society
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The alphabetical listing of “The Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in Illinois” published in 1976 by Illinois State Genealogical Society has been expanded to include new entries,... More > children of the entry, (other family members), history found in and referencing to pension records relating people, places and events, location of graves and references to searching for the Revolutionary War Soldier connected to Illinois. The expanded version includes the very early Soldiers in Illinois before the establishment of the Northwest Territory (1787) and Illinois (1818), many of French extraction.< Less
Settlers, Soldiers and Survivors By Sadye Scott-Hainchek
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The first of my maternal ancestors arrived within a decade of the Pilgrims, and the rest of the families his married into began arriving steadily thereafter. I chronicle their experiences as... More > settlers, soldiers and survivors as they intersect with American history.< Less
Company K, Twentieth Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry: Roster & Record By Andrew Brown
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This publication provides a company roster and brief bio of each soldier enlisted in Company K, 20th Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry. This latest edition also provides an index of names to aid... More > the historical researcher.< Less
THIRTY SEVENTH ILLINOIS CIVIL WAR STORIES FROM THE BACK OF THE BATTLE By J.H. Wilder
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A History of the Thirty Seventh Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment from inception through the war years and after, including major battles, extended personal histories, and medical and disciplinary... More > records and never before published physical descriptions of many of the officers and men; a comprehensive unit history including many personal stories told with the aid of contemporary newspapers, soldiers' correspondence, veterans' association articles, and journals and diaries.< Less
FAMOUS VISITORS TO JEFFERSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS EARLY YEARS 1819-1919 By Howard Joe Ashbrook
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Based on regional newspapers, court records, and local sources - many of which have not been used before - this local history provides new information about the history of Southern Illinois. And... More > since it is about famous people of the time, the book integrates local history into state and national events. For example, it tells about one of Abraham Lincoln's most important (but little known) legal cases. The book also tells about a dramatic confrontation between John A. Logan and a local copperhead during the Civil War. In addition it tells about one of the largest soldiers' reunions in Southern Illinois history that had William Tecumseh Sherman as a featured speaker and attracted thousands of veterans. But the book doesn't just tell about political leaders such as Lincoln, Logan, William J. Bryan, and Theodore Roosevelt. It also describes visits by people such as Clara Barton, Carrie Nation, Helen Keller, Billy Sunday, Branch Rickey, Rogers Hornsby, and many more.< Less
Soldiers of Our Demise (Book 1) By Jacob Russell Dring
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In 1946 a savage species called the Kigula rose from beneath the earth to wreak havoc on mankind. It is now 1953 and the Kigula threat has diminished significantly. Unfortunately, much of the... More > world's population has been reduced to a chaotic dystopia. Barry Sharpe is an Enforcer, the only form of serious law these days, in the Illinois city of Rockford. Follow his brutally-honest narration of survival in a civilization defunct with crime and the occasional Kigula encounter.< Less
Soldiers Of Our Demise (Book 1) By Jacob Russell Dring
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In 1946 a savage species called the Kigula rose from beneath the earth to wreak havoc on mankind. It is now 1953 and the Kigula threat has diminished significantly. Unfortunately, much of the... More > world's population has been reduced to a chaotic dystopia. Barry Sharpe is an Enforcer, the only form of serious law these days, in the Illinois city of Rockford. Follow his brutally-honest narration of survival in a civilization defunct with crime and the occasional Kigula encounter.< Less
Company K, Twentieth Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry Roster and Record, April 24, 1861-July 16, 1865 By Andrew Brown
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Unholy Rebellion: The Civil War Diary of Charles Adam Wetherbee By D. W. Carter
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“I left three years ago to do my part in putting down this unholy rebellion.” By 1861, Charles Adam Wetherbee had officially traded his comfortable life as a college student for one... More > that included drafty Sibley tents, long marches in weather and wilderness of all kinds, and bloodshed. A Union infantryman with the Thirty-Fourth Illinois Volunteer Regiment, he survived the battles of Shiloh, Stones River, Liberty Gap, Atlanta, and others. One hundred years later, long after Wetherbee had died, a tattered and faded diary was found at a home in Lawrence, Kansas. The homeowner opened its pages and was astonished to discover that Wetherbee had penned every detail of his daily life during the Civil War. Wetherbee’s diary presents a realistic view of what a soldier’s life entailed, as the reader is thrust into the firsthand drama of the Civil War as it was endured by enlisted participants. Get a true sense of what the Civil War was like from someone who was there to witness an Unholy Rebellion.< Less

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