by Ford, Thomas, Gov.; Quaife (editor), Milo Milton
Lakeside Press. Ford, Thomas, Gov.. A History of Illinois from Its Commencement as a State in 1818 to 1847 (2 volumes). Quaife (editor), Milo Milton. Chicago: Lakeside Press, 1945, 1945. liv, 374, xi, 371pp. Indexed. 12mo. Book condition: Very good with gently bumped spine ends. Volume one has a light spot on cover, endsheets browned at gutters with pencil notations on pastedowns, and an embossed stamp to font free endsheet and page xv. Fold-out map in Vol. 1 is immaculate. Chapters include Achievement of Statehood, Black Hawk War, Internal Improvement Era, Civil and Religious Discord, Politics of Mormonism, Downfall of Joseph Smith, and the Expulsion of the Mormons. . Very Good. 1945, 1945. (Inventory #: RFORHIS02MEL)
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