Coming this Fall 2004
Slaves, Salt, Sex & Mr. Crenshaw
The Real Story of the Old Slave House and America's Last Station on the Reverse Underground R.R.

Now Available
Gallatin County, Illinois, Slave & Emancipation Records, 1839-1849 - Buy it now! Gallatin County, Illinois, Slave & Emancipation Records, 1839-1849
John W. Allen's 1950 transcription of the now-missing second slave registry.

Handbook of Old Gallatin County and Southeastern Illinois - Buy it now! Handbook of Old Gallatin County & Southeastern Illinois
The must-have book for any southeastern Illinois genealogist or researcher.

Missing Gallatin slave records found and published
Gallatin County, Illinois, Slave and Emancipation Records
NOW AVAILABLE
This second volume of slave records covers
1839 to 1849.
MARION, Ill. (Aug. 1, 2004) — IllinoisHistory.com is pleased to announce that it has published the second volume of Gallatin County slave records.

Gallatin County, Illinois, Slave &: Emancipation Records 1839-1849, is an indexed copy of John W. Allenís transcriptions of the second slave volume before it was lost.

The cost is $28 for spiral-bound and $45 for hard cover 250 pages. 8.5 x 11 book.

A limited number of the 464-page paperback Handbook of Old Gallatin County and Southeastern Illinois is also still available.

Check out IllinoisHistory.com/books for details on how to order.
— Jon Musgrave

 

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