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Daniel Walker Howe is a fine social historian and historian of ideas.
  From the end of the War of 1812 through the first railroads and telegraphs, the Mexican-American War which shifted America's center of gravity  to the slaveowning south.  Meanwhile, evangelism, temperance (anti-alcohol) and anti-slavery movements stirred up the country.

If you haven't read it yet, maybe now is a good time, and guess what, it's a best-seller which means Amazon is discounting it big.  Accept no substitutes (esp. from anybody named Beck).

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Illinois Intelligencer:

Edited from 1829 by James Hall in Vandalia.

Illinois Monthly Magazine (1830-33?):

Established by James Hall; predecessor to the Western Monthly Magazine, which was published out of Cincinnati.

The Itinerant, or Methodist Visitor

Begun 11/12/28, Melville Cox, editor.

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