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    • The Living Museum vol. 41, no. 03; Summer, 1979

    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Twenhafel site -- Missouri; Indians of North America -- Gardening; Art exhibitions -- Handicrafts -- Illinois; Archaeology -- Rituals; Indians of North America -- Sun dance; Art -- Acquisitions; Museum exhibits --...
    • Twenhafel: prehistoric community on the Mississippi; Recreating an Indian garden; Illinois Crafts '79; Sun dance: an archaeological look at a modern site; Art: recent acquisitions; Calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 46, no. 02; Spring, 1984

    • Museum exhibits -- Peoples of the past; Indians of North America -- Illinois -- Culture; Ethnobotany -- Plant use; Hunting -- History -- North America; Art -- Acquisitions; Museum publications -- Guide -- Illinois archaeology; Museum exhibits --...
    • Peoples of the past: a foreword; Early Native Americans in Illinois; Early uses of plants in Illinois; Art: recent acquisitions; Guidebook to Illinois archaeology; Summer archaeology tours; calendar; Hudson river sampler tour
    • The Living Museum vol. 56, no. 02; Summer, 1994

    • Rocks-- Illinois -- Tower rock; Birds -- protecting species; Pueblo pottery -- collectors and collecting -- Illinois State Museum; Art exhibitions -- prints -- U.S. -- Mexico; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Watercolor...
    • Tower Rock: sentinel of the Mississippi; Breeding Birds at risk in Sangamon County; Pueblo pottery at the Illinois State Museum; Conversation piece: Phyllis Bramson; Living in the past; Calendar; Seth Eastman
    • The Living Museum vol. 35, no. 01; Jan. - Feb., 1973

    • Art exhibitions -- Healy, George Peter Alexander; Museum exhibits -- Late Victorian room; Drainage -- Illinois -- Sangamon River watershed; Archaeological survey -- Sangamon River watershed; Minks; National Historic Register -- Archaeological...
    • G.P.A. Healy: painter; Friends furnish a room; Lower Sangamon River drainage archaeological survey; Mustela vison, the night wanderer; Archaeological sites on National historic register; Ruth Kerr retires; Palynologist joins anthropology staff;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 39, no.0 4; July - August, 1977

    • Essays -- Lindsay, Vachel ; Museums -- Acquisitions -- Dress -- Chase, C.L., Mrs.; Peanuts; Museums -- Employees; Trilobites -- Illinois; Museum exhibits -- Indians of North America -- Woodland -- Dickson Mounds; Museum exhibits -- Calendar
    • 'One's own hearth and neighborhood'; A rare addition; Peanut pegs; An early inhabitant of Illinois - the trilobite; Staff notes; 'Middle of the woodland': an exhibit at Dickson Mounds; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 44, no. 02; Spring, 1982

    • Archaeology -- Dickson Mounds; Depression glass; Art -- Acquisitions; Art exhibitions -- Illinois -- Photographers; Museums -- Travel -- St. Francois mountains; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Kimmswick Site; Indians of North America -- Clovis people;...
    • Dickson Mounds: rich site for archaeologists; Story behind depression era glass; Art: recent acquisitions; Illinois photographers '82; Active volcanoes in Missouri?; Clovis peoples in the Midwest: importance of the Kimmswick site; Books: Exploring...
    • The Living Museum vol. 29, no.  06; October, 1967

    • Art exhibitions -- Pen women; Museums -- Employees -- Irwin, Roderick R.; Museums -- Conferences; Archaeology -- Illinois -- Dickson Mounds; Archaeology -- Modoc Rock -- Illinois; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Programs; Museums -- Audio-visual
    • Pen women present October art show; Honorary curator of Lepidoptera added to museum staff; Museum staff members attend Midwest conference; New discoveries at Dickson Mounds; More about the Modoc rock shelter; Saturday morning adventure programs;...
    • Woodland Home Brochure

    • Advertisements; Orphans; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Woodland Home for Children eight page brochure. Cover is red with a young girl and boy playing on a split rail fence. The following pages talk about the daily life of a child at Woodland Home and give a brief history of Woodland Home. Booklet Color...
    • The Living Museum vol. 55, no. 04; Winter, 1993-94

    • Indians of North America -- collectors and collecting -- Condell, Thomas; Herbaria; Illinois -- Shildneck, Paul; Museum exhibits -- Quilts -- Illinois; Museums -- educational aspects -- quilt lesson; Index -- volume 55; Museum publications --...
    • Springfield to the Southwest: the life of collector Thomas Condell; Sildneck Herbarium: an important addition to the Illinois State Museum; Connecting stitches; Discoveries for kids: Fun with quilt art; Index to volume 55; Living in the past;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 23, no. 11; March, 1962

    • Bird watching; Maples -- Flowers; Art exhibitions -- Oriental rugs; Earth star fungi; Archaeology -- Emerald Mound; Museums -- Publications -- Eifert. Virginia -- Rivers; Education -- The Clearing
    • Backyard adventure; Maple flowers; Art gallery in March; Earth star; Emerald Mound group and village; 'Wonders of the rivers'; Clearing program now available
    • The Living Museum vol. 34, no. 02; March - April, 1972

    • Museum buildings -- Dedication -- Dickson Mounds; Museum exhibits -- Woodland Indians; Art exhibitions -- Chicago expatriates; Museums -- Employees -- McMillan, R. Bruce; Museums -- Employees -- Klippel, Walter; Museums -- Employees -- Shields,...
    • Dickson Mounds Museum dedication; 1000 B.C. Woodland; Chicago expatriates; Staff notes; Announcements; Geological science field trips;
    • Woodland Cemetery

    • Cemeteries; Construction; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Entrance to Woodland Cemetery as it appeared in the 1870's. Woodland Cemetery is located on South 5th Street, south of Jefferson Street. John Wood laid out the cemetery in 1846 and it quickly became the city's burial grounds. A new entrance was...
    • The Living Museum vol. 20, no.  04; August, 1958

    • Art exhibitions -- 12th north Mississippi valley artists; Swamp rabbit; Indians of North America -- Prehistoric; Museums -- Publications -- Indian villages; Vertebrate nomenclature
    • Twelfth North Mississippi Valley artists exhibit; Swamp rabbit; Prehistoric Indians of the Midwest; Type localities of vertebrate animals in Illinois
    • The Living Museum vol. 19, no.  05; Sept., 1957

    • Leaves; Bird nests -- Bank swallow; Animal habitats; Phlox gracilis; Museums -- Mobile exhibits; Meadow mice -- Microtus; Museums -- Films
    • Leaf; Swallow holes; Food and lodging for the wild; Western visitor; Museumobile rolls again; Last night's mice; New films available from the museum
    • The Living Museum vol. 34, no. 04; July - Aug., 1972

    • Exhibitions -- Visual art -- 25th Illinois invitational; Masks -- Indians of North America -- Illinois; Predatory insects; Museum exhibits -- Eagles; Museums -- Publications; Education -- Blind; Museums -- Employees -- Appointments; McMillan, R....
    • Illinois invitational 25th anniversary; Long-nosed god mask from Dickson Mounds; Predatory insects; Golden eagle exhibit; New publications; New international bimonthly magazine for and of the blind; Staff notes; Geological science field trips
    • The Living Museum vol. 54, no. 02, 1992

    • Indians of North America -- pottery; Paleobotany -- Patagonia; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museums -- research -- curators; Museum exhibits -- At Home in the Heartland; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Crinoidea, fossil; Archaeology --...
    • Native North American pottery: the Illinois State Museum collection; Travels in Patagonia: Adventures in Paleobotany; On the edge: museum scientists in action; What is 'At home in the heartland?'; Calendar; Page for Discovery: Crinoids; Illinois...
    • Quincy National Cemetery

    • Cemeteries; Government; Quincy, Illinois;
    • The Quincy National Cemetery originated as a Civil War-era soldiers’ lot within the Woodland Cemetery in Quincy, Illinois. Burials began as early as 1861, but title to the soldiers’ lot was not transferred until 1870 when the City of Quincy donated...
    • Woodland Cemetery

    • Cemeteries; Government; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Woodland Cemetery is located on South 5th Street, south of Jefferson Street. John Wood laid out the cemetery in 1846 and it quickly became the city's burial grounds. The Solider's Monument dedicated 1867 at the close of the Civil War by the Needle...
    • Woodland Cemetery City Vault

    • Cemeteries; Government; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Woodland Cemetery is located on South 5th Street, south of Jefferson Street. John Wood laid out the cemetery in 1846 and it quickly became the city's burial grounds. The City Vault is located on the west bluff of the cemetery and was intended for...
    • Woodland Cemetery Vault

    • Cemeteries; Government; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Woodland Cemetery is located on South 5th Street, south of Jefferson Street. John Wood laid out the cemetery in 1846 and it quickly became the city's burial grounds. Sealed family vault across from the City Vault on the west bluff of the cemetery....
    • Woodland Cemetery

    • Cemeteries; Government; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Woodland Cemetery is located on South 5th Street, south of Jefferson Street. John Wood laid out the cemetery in 1846 and it quickly became the city's burial grounds. Upper portion of Fire Chief Ayers gravestone marker. Chief Engineer John H. Ayers...
    • Woodland Cemetery, Rogers Tomb

    • Cemeteries; Government; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Woodland Cemetery is located on South 5th Street, south of Jefferson Street. John Wood laid out the cemetery in 1846 and it quickly became the city's burial grounds. Timothy Rogers, Esq. built this 112 vault tomb in 1876 at a cost of $20,000. Some...
    • The Living Museum vol. 28, no. 12; April, 1966

    • Nature -- Illinois -- Shawnee Hills; Colt pistols; Excavation (Archaeology) -- Dickson Mounds; Prehistoric architecture -- Illinois; Index -- volume 28; Geology -- Field trips; Museums -- Publications -- Booklets
    • South to meet the spring; Personal history of a gun; House that 'X' built
    • St. Charles Heritage Center

    • Saint Charles (Ill.)--History
    • Also known as the St. Charles Historical Society and the St. Charles Heritage Center Museum. Includes photocopies of newspaper articles compiled by St. Charles Public Library staff, as well as copies of the publications, "The Charlemagne Gazette"...
    • The Living Museum vol. 64, no. 04;  winter, 2002-3

    • Museums -- Funding; Museums -- History -- Illinois State Museum Society; Art exhibitions -- Shoshannah; Hoffman, Susanna Siporin; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museums -- Travel tours
    • Illinois State Museum Society, 1952 - 2002: museum's partner celebrates its golden anniversary; Shoshannah; Museum calendar; Ruins, rugs, and rails: third ISMS southwestern tour

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