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    • The Living Museum vol. 36, no. 02; March - April, 1974

    • Bird watching -- Illinois -- Yellow rail; Obituary -- Caldwell, Joseph R.; Portraiture -- Illinois -- Weiss, Edward H.; Paperweights -- Barker, Morton, D.; Global environmental change -- Ice Age to present; Pigs -- Peccary; Obituary --...
    • Search for the yellow rail; Edward H. Weiss: Faces from Illinois; Morton D. Barker paperweight collection; Climatic change since the ice age; Former museum botanist dies in crash of airliner; Staff notes; Tine-Life reprint about Cahokia available;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 53, no. 01, 1991

    • Indians of North America -- Illinois -- Archaic; Woven matting; Shell beads; Art exhibitions -- Abercrombie, Gertrude ; Museums -- educational aspects -- Brown bag lectures; Museums -- educational aspects -- Nagy, Moholy L.; Museum exhibits --...
    • Modoc matting and beads: cultural complexity in the early archaic period; Gertrude Abercrombie Revisited; Food for Thought: Lunchtime at the Museum's Research and Collections center; 26in motion; Calendar; Curator's bookshelf
    • The Living Museum vol. 57, no. 01, 1995

    • Museums -- buildings -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Museums -- educational aspects -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Museums -- programs -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Museum exhibits -- Indians of North America -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Museums -- history --...
    • A new view of the past: the renovated Dickson Mounds Museum; New directions in educational programming at DMM; New exhibits in an old place: origins and interpretations; Two centuries of development at Dickson Mounds; Shape of things to come
    • Mother Jones monument

    • Jones, Mother, 1843?-1930; Labor leaders--United States; Women labor leaders--United States; Union Miner's Cemetery (Mt. Olive, Ill.)
    • Dedicated on October 11, 1936, the monument stands 22 ft. high on a 20 ft. x 18 ft. base. It is built of 80 tons of pink Minnesota granite. The name of the sculptor is unknown. The obelisk in the center bears a likeness of Mother Jones and on...
    • The Living Museum vol. 52, no. 02, 1990

    • Indians of North America -- religions -- Pueblo Indians; Feathers -- use in religion; Art exhibitions -- Illinois -- Locations of desire; Bramson, Phyllis; Itatani, Michiko; Klement, Vera; Museum exhibits -- calendar; artists; Loving, Richard;...
    • Feather distribution project: an example of applied archaeology; Locations of desire: new work by Phyllis Bramson, Michiko, Itatani, and Vera Klement; Richard Loving: the mark of the bird house

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