The Illini, a story of the praries, by Clark E. Carr, with twenty full-page portraits.
|Main Author:||Carr, Clark E. 1836-1919.|
Chicago, A. C. McClurg & co., 1904.
"The author of the following pages has endeavored, by interweaving facts and fiction, to give his conception of the position and influence of Illinois among the sisterhood of states, as well as his estimate of events, and of those Illinoisans who were conspicuous actors in them, from 1850, when the Fugitive-slave law was enacted, to the opening of the Civil War."
xi p., 1 L., -468 p.
20 port. (incl. front.)
|Original Classification Number:||F542 .C31 1904|
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