Melvil Decimal System: 977.34
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Geography, Voyages And Travel
Mexico, Central America, And The Caribbean
South Central U.S.
West Coast U.S.
West central counties
East central counties
Morgan; Jacksonville; Cass
Works under MDS 977.34
- Lincoln's New Salem by Benjamin P. Thomas
- Nauvoo: The City Beautiful by John Telford
- In Old Nauvoo: Everyday Life in the City of Joseph by George W. Givens
- The Social Order of a Frontier Community: Jacksonville, Illinois, 1825-70 by Don Doyle
- THEY BROKE THE PRAIRIE (Prairie State Books) by Earnest Elmo Calkins
- Nauvoo (IL) (Images of America) by Glenn Cuerden
- New Philadelphia: An Archaeology of Race in the Heartland by Paul A. Shackel
- A Window on the Past: Residences of Jacksonville, Illinois: Their History a nd Design, 1833-1925 by Philip H. Decker
- The Dickson Mounds Site: An Annotated Bibliography by Jane Buikstra
- The history of Adams County, Illinois. containing a history of the county, its cities, towns, etc. a biographical directory of its citizens, war records of its volunteers in the late rebellion; general and local statistics. portraits of early settlers and prominent men. History of the Northwest, history of Illinois, map of Adams county, Constitution of the United States, miscellaneous matters, etc., etc.
- McDonough County Historic Sites (IL) (Images of America) by John E. Hallwas
- A City of Refuge: Quincy, Illinois by Susan Easton Black
- Wish You Were Here, Quincy and Hannibal Area Historic Postcards, Volume I by Donna Rupert
- History of Pike county, Illinois; together with sketches of its cities, villages and townships, educational, religious, civil, military, and political history; portraits of prominent persons and biographies of representative citizens. History of Illinois ... Digest of state laws
- Index of personal names found in the History of McDonough County, Illinois, 1885 (McDonough County historical and genealogical miscellany) by Eve Pickett
- McDonough County, Illinois, cemetery location maps and index by Libby Berry Grimm
- Index of personal names found in 93 districes of the school tax list McDonough County, 1859. by McDonough County Genealogical Society
- Abstracts of wills in McDonough County, Illinois, 1834-1857 : from Will book I in the courthouse at Macomb, Illinois, page 1 through page 193
- Family Maps of McDonough County, Illinois by Gregory A Boyd J.D.
- Cemetery records of Pike County, Illinois by W. C. Pike County Historical Society Lewis
- Childhood memories from the west bank of the Illinois River by Kenneth F. Higgins
- Hancock County, Illinois: A Pictorial History by Kathryn Burkett
- Families of Hancock County, Illinois : a biographical history
- Massey and Archie: A Study of Two Hopewellian Homesteads in the Western Illinois Uplands (Research Series/Kampsville Archeological Center, Vol. 3) by Kenneth B. Farnsworth
- Quincy (IL) (Images of America) by Carl Landrum
- Rivers, Railways, and Roads: A History of Henderson County, Illinois by Robert P. Sutton
- Landrum's Quincy, Volume 1 by Carl Landrum
- Prairies, Prayers, and Promises: An Illustrated History of Galesburg by Jean C. Lee
- Macomb: A Pictorial History by John E. Hallwas
- The Kuhlman Mound Group and Late Woodland Mortuary Behavior in the Mississippi River Valley of West-Central Illinois (Kamsville Archeological Center) by Karen A. Atwell
- Births and related items abstracted from the Camp Point journal, of Camp Point, Adams County, Illinois, 1873-1903 by Joseph J Beals
- Remembering McDonough County (IL) (American Chronicles) by John E. Hallwas
- Marriages and related items abstracted from Clayton enterprise, newspaper of Clayton, Adams County, Illinois, 1879-1900 by Joseph J Beals
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