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Obelisk 1925
1. Obelisk 1925
Obelisk 1971
2. Obelisk 1971
Obelisk II 1985
3. Obelisk II 1985
Obelisk II 1986
4. Obelisk II 1986

Alton trials: of Winthrop S. Gilman, who was indicted with Enoch Long, Amos B. Reff, George H. Walworth,
5. Alton trials: of Winthrop S. Gilman, who was indicted with Enoch Long, Amos B. Reff, George H. Walworth, George H. Whitney, William Harned, John S. Noble, James Moran, jr., Henry Tanner, Royal Weller, Reuban Gerry, and Thaddeus B. Hurlbut; for the crime of riot, committed on the night of the 7th of November, 1887, while engaged in defending a printing press, from an attack made on it at that time, by an armed mob.
Backers say Koen caught in conspiracy
6. Backers say Koen caught in conspiracy
Early life and public career of Hon. James G. Blaine including a biography of Gen'l John A. Logan, and
7. Early life and public career of Hon. James G. Blaine including a biography of Gen'l John A. Logan, and embracing a history of the principles and achievements of the Republican Party, with platforms of both parties from 1856, and other valuable political documents.
Historical and descriptive review of Illinois.
8. Historical and descriptive review of Illinois.

The history of Illinois, from its first discovery and settlement to the present time.
9. The history of Illinois, from its first discovery and settlement to the present time.
The history of Putnam and Marshall counties, embracing an account of the settlement of Bureau and Stark
10. The history of Putnam and Marshall counties, embracing an account of the settlement of Bureau and Stark counties. With an appendix, containing notices of old settlers, lists of officers ...
The laws of Illinois passed at Seventh General Assembly, at their session held at Vandalia, commencing
11. The laws of Illinois passed at Seventh General Assembly, at their session held at Vandalia, commencing on the first Monday in December, 1840.
Laws of the state of Illinois: passed by the Ninth General Assembly, at their first session, commencing
12. Laws of the state of Illinois: passed by the Ninth General Assembly, at their first session, commencing December 1, 1834, and ending February 13, 1835.

Laws of the state of Illinois passed by the Eleventh General Assembly at their special session: began
13. Laws of the state of Illinois passed by the Eleventh General Assembly at their special session: began and held at Springfield, on the ninth of December, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine.
The life of Logan Belt he noted desperado of Southern Illinois: a complete life history of the most daring
14. The life of Logan Belt he noted desperado of Southern Illinois: a complete life history of the most daring desperado ever know to civilization; a true and vividly written narrative.
My own times: embracing also the history of my life.
15. My own times: embracing also the history of my life.
Reasons for pardoning Fielden, Neebe and Schwab.
16. Reasons for pardoning Fielden, Neebe and Schwab.

The redemption of Arthur True: a rural school story.
17. The redemption of Arthur True: a rural school story.
The revised code of laws, of Illinois, containing those of a general and permanent nature passed by the
18. The revised code of laws, of Illinois, containing those of a general and permanent nature passed by the Sixth General assembly, at their session held at Vandalia, commencing on the first Monday of December, 1828; and those enacted previous thereto, and ordered by the said General assembly to be re-published. Published in pursuance of law.
The revised laws of Illinois: containing all laws of a general and public nature passed by the eighth
19. The revised laws of Illinois: containing all laws of a general and public nature passed by the eighth General Assembly, at their session held at Vandalia, commencing on the third day of December, 1832, and ending the second day of March, 1833, together with all laws required to be re-published by the said General Assembly.
Revised ordinances of the city of Belleville, with the city charter and amendments: with an appendix
20. Revised ordinances of the city of Belleville, with the city charter and amendments: with an appendix containing the charter of the city of Springfield, and the general and special laws relating to the city of Belleville and to incorporated towns and cities.
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