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ILLINOIS HISTORY
A MAGAZINE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
Volume 48 Number 1 December 1994
(97028630012-94)

CONTENTS

Feature Essay
Railroads for the Twenty-first Century:
A Look Back; A Look Ahead
   Robert Sutton
   University of Illinois
   Urbana
The Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee Road
   Andrew Ouper
   Lake Villa Intermediate School (Lake Villa)
   and Antioch Community High School
   (Antioch)
Illinois' and St. Clair County's Early Railroads
   Becky Richards
   Belleville Township High School West
   Belleville
The Pullman Strike
   Martina Brendel
   Ogden Elementary School
   Chicago
10 The Mt. Vernon Car Manufacturing Company
   Matt Page
   Mt. Vernon Towhship High School
   Mt. Vernon
11 The Development of Carbondale
as a Railroad Community

   Delano Scott
   Carbondale Community High School
   Carbondale
13 Lexington's Golden Age of Railroads
   Derrick Baker
   Lexington High School
   Lexington
14 William B. Ogden and the Galena and Chicago
Union Railroad

   Colleen Scampini
   Brookwood Junior High School
   Glenwood
16 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad:
An Eventful History

   Brad Neville
   Brookwood Junior High School
   Glenwood
17 Fulton County's Interurban Railway System
   Mary Elizabeth Rogers
   Farmington Junior High School
   Farmington
Chicago rail yards fill with steam as locomotives and industrial smoke stacks stand side by side to manufacture and ship goods by rail to all sections of the country.
19 Whittington Railroad Born
   Amy Elizabeth Cook
   Ewing-Northern Grade School
   Ewing
20 Construction of the Illinois Central:
Giant Feat of Labor

   Joshua Morris
   Carbondale Community High School
   Carbondale
22 Arthur Gate's Work on the B & 0 Railroad
   Kimberly Johnson
   Waterloo High School
   Waterloo
23 Pullman, Debs, and Illinois Railroad Workers
   Amanda Cairo
   Franklin Fine Arts Center
   Chicago
24 The Two Faces of Homer
   Stacey Jones
   Heritage High School
   Broadlands

Illinois Historic Preservation Agency

Julie Cellini, Trustee, Chair
Pamela A, Daniels, Trustee
Samuel Lilly, Trustee
Sally B. Schanbacher, Trustee
Carol Stein, Trustee
Warren Swanson, Trustee
Susan Mogerman, Director
Maynard Crossland, Division Manager,
  Public Affairs and Development
Keith A. Sculle, Head, Education and Research

Illinois History Keith A. Sculle, Editor
Cynthia A. Fuener, Design
Jacqueline M. Hughes, Editorial Assistant


Illinois History (ISSN 0019-2058) is published three times during the school year, December, February, and April, by the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency. Printed by authority of the State of Illinois. Second-class postage paid at Springfield, Illinois. Articles may be reprinted with credit. Subscription rates: One copy is sent free on request to all schools in Illinois. Additional school-use subscriptions are $ 1 per volume (three issues). All other subscriptions are $3 per volume. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Illinois History, Old State Capitol, Springfield, Illinois, 62701.

All photos unless otherwise credited are courtesy Illinois State Historical Library, Mary Michals, Iconographer.

Printed by authority of the State of Illinois
Jim Edgar, Governor


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