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Polish Chicago: Our History, Our Recipes

Since the 1830s millions of Poles, often overcoming oppression and hardship, have come to Chicago with a dream of freedom, a willingness to work and a love of country, both old and new. Moreover, to Polish Americans, food is a cause for sharing, celebration and for honoring tradition. As such, this title turns a spotlight on 36 Polish-American restaurants and families who opened up their kitchens to share delectable recipes. Written by Joseph W. Zurawski, an expert on the Polish-American experience, Polish Chicago: Our History, Our Recipes is a handsome, 240-page, hardbound volume containing 720 rare historical photographs and exquisite food photographs.

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Logan County - A Pictorial History

by Paul Gleason and Paul Beaver
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B eginning in 1819, Logan County’s story has been that of a grand human adventure on the limitless expanse of the tall-grass prairie.

  • Three key phenomena have shaped the county’s economic, political, and social development: the cornfields, the railroad train, and the grain elevator.
  • Living in the center of our “nation’s breadbasket,” residents contributed to American growth through the production of grain.
  • The county was named by Abraham Lincoln in honor of Dr. John Logan, an Illinois House member and a personal friend of Lincoln’s.
  • Each chapter chronicles the history of an individual city in Logan County. The focus is on the townspeople and their relationship to the larger community as they built churches, attended school, and formed governments.
  • 200-page hard cover, 9-x-12 inches, laminated full-color dust jacket, several hundred digitally enhanced black & white photographs, sewn binding for durability, matte-finished paper for easy reading, classic gold leaf design on cover.