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SPRINGHOUSE BACK ISSUE INDEX

The Springhouse Magazine has been published continuously, bi-monthly, since 1983. All but a few issues remain in print. Those that are out of print are listed in red. Volume 1, No. 1 was published at the end of 1983, and that first volume was carried on through 1984, making it the only volume that contained seven issues. All others are six issues each. 
    Most issues feature from ten to fifteen articles, but often fewer when an issue is long on text and shorter on photos. Listed below are the titles of three articles from each issue, though we hope to eventually make this into a much more complete index as time goes on.
    All issues included "Ozark Echoes" (letters to the editor), and Dixie Terry's "From my Kitchen Window" (recipes column), appeared from the second issue on. Also, an editor's column has appeared in every issue, first as "The Editor's Note," and later (from Vol. 2, No. 3 onward), as "Springhouse Ink."

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Volume 1 – 1983-84

NOTE: Issue listed in red are out of print and not available

Vol. 1 No. 1 A Hill Lost in Time; Specter of Smallpox Island; Voting in Mountain Two
Vol. 1 No. 2 Legacy of Old Kaskaskia; Elsah; Compliments of the Serpent
Vol. 1 No. 3 Egypt vs. Arkansas; Why Egypt?; Last Dance for Skinny
Vol. 1 No. 4 Hog Butchering Day; Old Grand Pier School; Early School Near Herrin

Vol. 1 No. 5 O. Fowler, Southern Illinois Artist; Ozarks; Springhouse is a Cliff Dweller
Vol. 1 No. 6 Piasa Bird; Thank God for Funeral Homes; Towered Houses of Golconda
Vol. 1 No. 7 Mystery Couple; Raiders on the Ohio; Life or Death in a Banana Grove

 

Volume 2 – 1985

Vol. 2 No. 1 Country Store; Rawhide Chronicles; Real Horsepower
Vol. 2 No. 2 A Dollar the Hard Way; Tornado of 1925; Hymn of the Wood Thrush
Vol. 2 No. 3 Potts' Inn; Bald Dillard's Story; Nettle Bottom Memories (out of print)
Vol. 2 No. 4 The Bobber; In Search of Billy Potts Pt. 2; Saline River
Vol. 2 No. 5 Witchcraft in Early So. Illinois; Hogthief Creek; Spooky Night in Johnson Co.
Vol. 2 No. 6 Sometime, Somewhere; Old Soap; Origin of the Ozarks

Volume 3 – 1986

Vol. 3 No. 1 Rabbit Soup; Wooden Skates; Mirror on The Wall
Vol. 3 No. 2 My Last Mule Ride; Blood-Stopping; Cherry Street Hooligans
Vol. 3 No. 3 Night the Stars Fell; Sampson Goes to Church; Marketing Corn by The Jug
Vol. 3 No. 4 Black Day in Johnston City; Fields of Gold; Phantom Funeral Procession
Vol. 3 No. 5 The Blue Goose; The Alton Mummy; Indian Pipes
Vol. 3 No. 6 Bringing Home the Bacon; For The Birds; Mistletoe’s Christmas Tradition

Volume 4 – 1987

Vol. 4.No. 1 Death Sends for the Doctor; Feather Crowns; Not Without Honor (Not Available)
Vol. 4 No. 2 The Illinois Prairie, 1844; Big Muddy Monster; In Search of H. Allen Smith
Vol. 4.No. 3 Slain in Shawneetown; Washington County Witch; Dim and the UFO
Vol. 4 No. 4 Before the Battle; Grandma’s Parlor; 4-0-3 to Beech Hollow
Vol. 4 No. 5 Young Sleeper in Quiet Earth; Cave of Gold; Night in the Phantom Cabin
Vol. 4.No. 6 Cactus Pete; Four Days of Fear; Harrisburg to Coffeyville, 1870

Volume 5 – 1988

Vol. 5 No. 1 Flight Over Little Egypt; The Way We Were; Mystic Knights of the Brush
Vol. 5 No. 2 Hot Coffee, Warm Memories; Wabash River Rescue; Season of Sorrow, Pt. 1
Vol. 5 No. 3 Season of Sorrow, Pt. 2; Mouse Henge; Of Jumbo and the Queen’s Pearl
Vol. 5 No. 4 Prohibition Days in Crab Orchard; Tinyburg Tales; Spinning and Speeding
Vol. 5 No. 5 Taste of New Molasses; Two Rare Ghost Stories; November
Vol. 5 No. 6 Brotherhood of Cutthroats; Barrow Pit; A Christmas “Tail”

Volume 6 – 1989

Vol. 6 No. 1 A Rose in Little Egypt; Brotherhood of Cutthroats, Pt. 2; CCC Memories
Vol. 6 No. 2 College in the Hills; Crab Orchard Creek; Trail Out of Shawneetown
Vol. 6 No. 3 Dr. Anna; Pioneer Remembers; Rawhide Chronicles
Vol. 6 No. 4 The Barn; The Harpes; The Poorhouse
Vol. 6 No. 5 Slithering Revenge; My Big Splash; Under a Goblin Moon
Vol. 6 No. 6 Sunrise at Stonehenge; Brockton Lockwood; Regulators and Flatheads

Volume 7 – 1990

Vol. 7 No. 1 Snow-storm on the Prairie; Sally Sanderson; On Millstone Knob (Not Available)
Vol. 7 No. 2 Chronicles of a Kentucky Settlement; Amazing Journey; Voice in the Woods
Vol. 7 No. 3 In Womble’s Blue Shadow; Kaskaskia Church; School Days
Vol. 7 No. 4 (Not Available)
Vol. 7 No. 5 “It Warr a Wolf’; Autumn Secrets; An “Elfin Coincidence”
Vol. 7 No. 6 Robbs; Silkwood Inn; Farm Boy’s Christmas

Volume 8 – 1991

Vol. 8 No. 1 Tale of Two Regions; Bells of Burnt Prairie; Search of the Piasa
Vol. 8 No. 2 Bookseller in the Hills; Terror on the Frontier; Mudville and Muddy
Vol. 8 No. 3 Incident in Shawneetown; Forbidden Fruit; Bear Story
Vol. 8 No. 4 Ohio River Flood in a Blue Moon; Sister Diller; Albion
Vol. 8 No. 5 Ferry War; Jasmine Woman; Owl Light
Vol. 8 No. 6 W. S. Morris; Civil War Comes to Williamson County; Ozark Echoes

Volume 9 – 1992

Vol. 9 No. 1 Col. Plug; Slavery in Pope County; Melodic Voice Recalls Shawnee Heritage
Vol. 9 No. 2 Hobo Days; East St. Louis Race Riot of 1917; Monsters and Woodcocks
Vol. 9 No. 3 The Insider; Treason in a Literary Club; Go to Cairo
Vol. 9 No. 4 Story of Shelterville; My Friend Ed; Springhouse Ink
Vol. 9 No. 5 Dug Hill Booger; Low Flying Object; Tinyburg Tales
Vol. 9 No. 6 Old Barn; Life in the Jail House; Ferguson and O’Melveny

Volume 10 – 1993

Vol.10 No.1 Williamson County Vendetta; Order of the Purple Woodpeckers; Call to Work
Vol.10 No.2 Gatton House Ghosts; Hanging of William Ledbetter; Bird of Mystery
Vol.10 No.3 Sam Mason; Herald-Enterprise; In Womble’s Blue Shadow
Vol.10 No.4 Hardin County Independent; Hoeing and Mulling; So. IL River Literature
Vol.10 No.5 Ax Under the Bed; Night of the UFO; All Weather Roads
Vol.10 No.6 Profile of a Backwoodsman; Pioneer Botanists; Story of Uriah Belford

Volume 11 – 1994

Vol.11 No.1 Pope County English; Village Bee Man; Life on Dye Street
Vol.11 No.2 Omen; County Store; Hummingbirds
Vol.11 No.3 Old Home Church; High Noon in Nashville; Flight to Freedom
Vol.11 No.4 Tale of Indian Lydia; Rattler in the Hollow Tree; Angels of Cairo
Vol.11 No.5 The Killing of Banks Finch; The Message; Hall-Bramlet Meteorite
Vol.11 No.6 Too Wet to Plow; Friends to Humanity; Impatience

Volume 12 – 1995

Vol.12 No.1 The Spoon; Illinois Pioneer Days; Rebel Without Applause
Vol.12 No.2 Murder at Midnight; Hills of Little Hardin; Emancipation Baptist Churches
Vol.12 No.3 Significance of Pope County Names; Bull on the Loose; Death of Father
Vol.12 No.4 Wild Roses; Eighth of August; Elijah Lovejoy: Abolitionist Martyr
Vol.12 No.5 West “By God” Virginia; Strange Phenomena; My Blind Grandmother
Vol.12 No.6 The Rebel Writes Again; Terror on the Prairie; The Gregorys of Pope County

Volume 13 – 1996

Vol.13 No.1 Yaller Dog Flour; The Donner Party; Our Natural Heritage
Vol.13 No.2 Endangered Orchid Recovery; Sarah Lusk; Points of Inspiration
Vol.13 No.3 Castle on the Hill; Leaners; Flood of Shawneetown
Vol.13 No.4 Nature’s Icebox; Picking Cotton; Critique of Robert Stroud Literature
Vol.13 No.5 Mary Trovillion Musgrave; Root Diggers; Ball Lightning
Vol.13 No.6 Mystery of Mountain Township; Dark Chapter; Case of Kidnapping

Volume 14 – 1997

Vol.14 No.1 An Era Passed; Uncle Bob Wilson; Did Lincoln visit... (Not Available)
Vol.14 No.2 Granger-Crenshaw Update; Dad and the Storm Cellar; Battle Against Slavery
Vol.14 No.3 Not Available
Vol.14 No.4 Birth of the Blues; The Deal Brothers; Murder on the Mountain
Vol.14 No.5 Fishhead; Barney, Town Drunk; My Story
Vol.14 No.6 My Life in Egypt; Slave or Free?; Saturday Matinee

Volume 15 – 1998

Vol.15 No.1 Ludicrous Occurrence; Night Express; Remembering Brann
Vol.15 No.2 Sturdivant, Counterfeiter; Window into Yesterday; Folklore of Monk’s Mound
Vol.15 No.3 Voices of Night; Boy of 1917-1918; Early Illinois Politics
Vol.15 No.4 Judge Andrew D. Duff; Egypt; Jefferson County Was Crawling with Serpents
Vol.15 No.5 Murderers at the Inn; Schoolhouse Ghost; Goldenrod Wedding
Vol.15 No.6 Of Cabbage Snakes and John A. Murrell; Culture Shock; The Preacher’s Tale

Volume 16 – 1999

Vol.16 No.1 Soap Opera on the Wabash; Frontier Life; Behind the Legends of Ford’s Ferry
Vol.16 No.2 Attacked by Wild Hogs; Me and My Shadow; Lincoln Eulogy
Vol.16 No.3 Diaries of Ahart S. Harsha; Fighting Egyptians; The Haunted Man
Vol.16 No.4 Rose Hotel of Elizabethtown; Doctor Anna and Judge Hall; The Polling Place
Vol.16 No.5 Saga of Alex Frailey; Recollections of John Johnson; Trip to Tipton
Vol.16 No.6 Belinda Grey; Fiddlers of the Ozarks; Remarkable Cave

Volume 17 – 2000

Vol.17 No.1 Kincaid; Duct Tape Artist Tapes On; Most Unnecessary Henry
Vol.17 No.2 My Theory; My Friend, the Murderer; Justice in Olden Days
Vol.17 No.3 100th Issue: Compilation of Best Articles from Years Past
Vol.17 No.4 Boy of Battle Ford; Trains and Strawberries; Breaking News from Back When
Vol.17 No.5 Country Store in 2000; Uninvited Guests; Americana
Vol.17 No.6 Murder of John Worthington; Pine Tree Memorial; Brief Sketches

Volume 18 – 2001

Vol.18 No.1 College in the Hills; Ohio River Flatboat; Remarkable Chase
Vol.18 No.2 Violent Career of John L. Jackson; Frontier Tales; Col. Hayward’s Circus
Vol.18 No.3 My First Car; My Father’s Songs; Snakeman Takes a Ride
Vol.18 No.4 How Egypt Lost its Clout; Dr. Roe’s “Lost” Novel; Vortex
Vol.18 No.5 Vortex Revisited; WSIL; Brothers Notorious
Vol.18 No.6 D. L. Duty; Pennycent’s Painting Returns; Hite Green of Pope County

Volume 19 – 2002

Vol.19 No.1 Kwee Koo; Nettle Bottom Memories; Up From Slavery
Vol.19 No.2 Alan Bane; Old Fort Shipley; Ku Klux Klan in Southern Illinois
Vol.19 No.3 See below
Vol.19 No.4 See below
Vol.19 No.5 See below
Vol.19 No.6 See below


2002, Vol. 19 No. 3: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Uncle Billy Potts; New Coin Needed, Rebel Without Applause; Breaking News from Back When , Part XI; From My Kitchen Window, Dixie Terry; Larry Wallace--Whittler, Brian DeNeal; Final Ride? Brian DeNeal; "Snake" Completes Last Big Ride, Brian DeNeal; Journey Down the Ohio, Christian Schultz, Jr; The Hurricane, John James Audubon; Odds and Ends; The Song of the Wood Thrush, Emma Bell Miles; The Prairies, Robert Ridgway, Book Review, John J. Dunphy; The Man Who Thought He Was Tom Sawyer, Larry Underwood; Summer Riches, Sue Glasco; The Passing of the Traditional Farm, William Searles; Ninety-one and Looking Back, Russell Pasley, Antiquing, Paul E. Stroble
2002, Vol 19 No. 4: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Saline County: Log Cabin Memories, Robert Wilson; Rebel Without Applause; Good Times..Hard Times..Storm on the Way; The Silent Source of Bloody Williamson, Herbert K. Russell; From My Kitchen Window, Dixie Terry; Hitchhiking Through Little Egypt, Wm. V. Bugess; Beyond, Charles Hammond; The Woodbox Gang, Brian DeNeal; Hickory Hill: The Final Report, James M. Cornelius, Hitchhiking, Gary DeNeal
2002, Vol. 19 No. 5: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; From My Kitchen Window, Dixie Terry; Rebel Without Applause; The Feud, Madison Cawein; Bears and Vines, Joseph Doddridge; Yet Another Look at Old Newspapers; Two New Views, Charles Hammond; What's a Smokehouse?, Patsy Bell Sanders; Duff, the Counterfeiter; Afloat on the Ohio, Reuben Gold Thwaites; Coyote Surprise, G. Brooks Kohler; Torn Down Memories, Norma Slaton; Discrimination, Patsy Bell Sanders; Egypt, W. A. S. Douglas; Dixon Springs: Private Resort to State Park, Wm. V. Burgess; The Horror: Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce, Larry D. Underwood
2002, Vol. 19 No. 6: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Trip to the Mountains; From My Kitchen Window, Dixie Terry; Rebel Without Applause; A Good Live Snow Can Slow the Live Music, Brian DeNeal; Uncle Oscar-A Small Child's Fried, Sue Glasco; Ninety-two and Looking Back, Russell Pasley; Breaking News from Back When; Our Haunted Book Store: The Final Chapter, John J. Dunphy; Persuading God Back to Herrin, Hal W. Trovillion; The Gentleman from Indiana, Herbert K. Russell; Early Days in Saline County, Harrisburg Thirty Years Ago. (Out of print)

2003, Vol. 20 No. 1: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; My Cousin Lewis, Paul E. Stroble; Breaking News from Back When; The Hanging of Alex King; John A Logan and Education, John Y. Simon; Recollections of an Old Settler, Henry Vandyke; From My Kitchen Window, Dixie Terry; Persuading God Back to Herrin, Hal W. Trovillion; What My Father Knew About Wrens, Raleigh Sutton; Thomas Rodney's journey: A Review, John E. Schwegman, Woodbox Gang: Another Hectic Week, Brian DeNeal; Rebel Witout Applause; Learning From The Older Generaton, Sue Glasco

2003, Vol. 20 No. 2: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; AWOL, An Unbelievable Experience, G. Edgar Hall; Breaking News from Back When; Old Bill Potts; From My Kitchen Window, Dixie Terry; Daughters of the Pioneers, Patsy Bell Sanders; Thoughts on Being a Nobody, Paul Stroble; Photographs: Scenes from Southern Illinois; Encounters with the Unknown, Brian DeNeal; Boom and Bust in Grand Tower, John Y. Simon; The Hanging of Fred Behme; My Herrin Sundays Past, William Tonso

2003, Vol. 20. No. 3: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; The Feud, John Fox, Jr; Breaking News from Back When; King Rails, G. Edgar Hall, From My Kitchen Window, Dixie Terry; Darkness of Egypt, Thomas Hall Shastid; Hanged at Shawneetown; High Tech Dream in the Shawnee, Brian DeNeal; Country Boy, Kestner Wallace; Don't Snore on I-64, Paul Stroble

2003, Vol. 20, No.4: Rebel's Return; Illinois Earthquake of 1811 and 1812, Daniel Berry; Excitement on Big Creek, Kestner Wallace; The Pioneer and His Environment, Charles B. Johnson; Ye Pioneer's Wild Strawberries, S.C. Mercer; Memoirs of Elder J.W. Crewdson, Doris Nelson; The Jumping-Off Place, Thomas Hall Shastid; The First Bell, James Hall; The Scariest Night of Our Lives, Rene Frick; Touching a Cloud, Brian DeNeal

2003, Vol. 20, No. 5: Wild Man of the Woods, 1883 reprint; Sunday Afternoons in Old Shawneetown, William Searles; The Young Missionary and the Robber, Rev. James P. Finley; Dr. Christian A. Genius, Thomas Hall Shastid; Leon Senter and His Goat, 1905 reprint; Legend of Johnny Thistleseed, Rebel Without Applause (Rawhide); Passenger Pigeon, John James Audubon; Joy of Flood, Dateline Pulaski County; Reminiscences, G. W. Chesley McCoy; Myths of Camp River Dubois, John Dunphy

2003, Vol. 20, No. 6: Long Way Home; Extreme Catfishing - Ryan Nelson; Sorghum - Krista Farmer and Mack Farmer; The Story Behind the Story - Taylor Pensoneau; Hosea Pierce; Brother Jay Bird and Brother Chin Whiskers - Kestner Wallace; Concerning a Certain Judge; Cuff Links - Rebel Without Applause; Tragedy of John Aiden; Breaking News from Back When; Milo Erwin - Helen Sutt Lind; Of Criminals - Milo Erwin; Frontier Justice - William Henry Milburn


Three
in
One
Issue

2004, Vol. 21, Nos. 1, 2, 3 (3-in-1 issue $18.00): Story of Hal Bishop - Brocton Lockwood; Indian Hunter - Eliza Cook; Indian Hater - Herbert Russell; Cache River Massacre in Context - Gillum Ferguson; "Old Par" of Indiana (from Illinois Monthly Magazine 1831); Another Eldorado Story - Brian DeNeal; Rebel Writes Again - Rebel Without Applause; Hell's Neck Feud - Gary Hacker; Actors in the Wilderness - Noah Ludlow; Super Fox - Ryan P. Nelson; Runaway Balloon - (from Illinois State Historical Society - 1922); Crossing Southern Illinois in 1821 - William Searles; Elsah: Past and Present - John Dunphy; Hell on the Ohio - (from the Chicago Times 1879); Breaking News From Back When - Saline County Register, 1904; Lonnie Hyden and Me - Kestner Wallace; Whip-Poor-Will - A.M. Machar; Crash of the C-47 - William V. Burgess; Bloody Vendetta - Milo Erwin; Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry


Two in One
Issue

2004, Vol. 21, Nos. 4 & 5 (2 Issues in one, $12.00): Shaking Hands with Life - Roger K. Lyons; A Kid in Belleville - Taylor Pensoneau; Marion Remembered - Thomas Hall, Shastid; Guardian Angel - Broton Lockwood; Hero or Hellion? - David Brady and William Furry; Poem - William Furry; The Beginning of Harrisburg - Oliver W. Furguson; George, Fred, and Fannie - Kestner Wallace; Ozark Tales - Walter S. Stevens; Two Farmers - William Searles; The Bloody Vendetta - Milo Erwin; J.D.F. Jennings and Son Al - Al Jennings; Poem - Ben J. Brinkley; Prayer for Rattlesnakes; Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry

2004, Vol. 21, No. 6: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Iron-Jawed, Brass-Mounted - H. C. Bradsby, Esq.; Hazardous Boyhood Play, 1930s - William Searles; Bloody Vendetta, Part III - Milo Erwin; Making of a Teacher - Kestner Wallace; Tower Rock and Tower Hill - Walter S. Stevens; Duane Gaines Looks Back - Dwane Gaines George Drouillard - John J. Dunphy; Some Characters of Cairo - H.C. Bradsby, Esq.; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry

2005, Vol. 22, No. 1: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Dog Days - Hazel Greene, Esq.; Pranks of the Heart - Kestner Wallace; Hunting Among Early Pioneers - Joseph Doddridge; Let us Now Consider the Pioneers; Purdy One-Room Schoolhouse - Herbert Russell & Adrienne Barkley Giffen; Concerning Jeremiah Birk; Where the Trail Divided - William Searles; Crime in Pulaski County - N. R. Casey; Kentucky Sports - John James Audubon; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Early Society in Southern Illinois - Robert W. Patterson; Strange Mental & Physical Phenomena - Henry Howe; Origin of Camp Meetings - Nathan Bangs; The Fanatical Pilgrims - Timothy Flint

2005, Vol. 22, No. 2: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Discovery of a Small Card, - Phyllis Y. Engberg; Book Stores & Cats - John J. Dunphy; Early Society in Southern Illinois - Robert W. Patterson, D.D.; Some Barbed Observations - Charles Dickens; Charles Dickens in Illinois - John Francis Snyder; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; The Indian Captivity of William Biggs - Herbert Russell; Narrative of the Capture of William Biggs
2005, Vol. 22, No. 3: Springhouse Ink: Ozark Echoes; My Mockery Brought on the Big Storm - Brian DeNeal; Rebel Without Applause; River Boats Carried Pioneers - William Searles; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; John Grammer - H.C. Bradsby, Esq.; Bluff of Old Town Holds a Mystery - Brian DeNeal; Love, Land and Sea - Kestner Wallace; Premonition of Death - Ken Harrelson; Save Justice - David M. Brady; Sketches from Alexander, Union & Pulaski - H. C. Bradsby, Esq.

2005, Vol. 22, No. 4: Springhouse Ink: Ozark Echoes; James Hall at Shawneetown - William Searles; Ivory-Billed Woodpecker - Alexander Wilson; The Jumping Off Place - Thomas Hall Shasted; Mike Fink - Timothy Flint; Make it Short Please - Paul E. Jones; Rebel Without Applause; English Settlement in Edwards County - George Flower; George Devol, Mississippi River Gambler - George Devol; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Garden of the Gods Makes You Young - Brian DeNeal

2005, Vol. 22, No. 5: Springhouse Ink: Ozark Echoes; Straw Gang, - Ryan P. Nelson; Poems - David Gross; Early Farming Days in Pulaski County - George W. Endicott; Frontier Desperadoes; Rebel Without Applause; The Pestilence - A Frontier Sketch - Eliza W. Farnham; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Ogilvie's Adventure - Freeman Hunt; English Settlement in Edwards County, Part II - George Flower; Married to a Farmer - Anonymous; Jefferson County Memories - Russell Pasley

2005, Vol. 22, No. 6: Springhouse Ink: Ozark Echoes: Wrong Turn? - G. Edgar Hall: From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry: Approaching The Hound of Heaven - Gary DeNeal: The Hound of Heaven - Francis Thompson: The Hound of Heaven - Roger K. Lyons, David Nelson, Ben J. Brinkley: Francis Thompson - Joyce Kilmer: Not Impressed - Brian DeNeal: Rebel Without Applause: Indian Treaties and Land Cessions in Southern Illinois - William Searles: Incident at The Peach Orchard - Rebecca Schmook, Gary DeNeal, Billy Beal: English Settlement in Edwards County, Part III - George Flower: My Very Own Lincoln Discovery - Gary DeNeal (Published 2006)
2006, Vol. 23, No. 1: (Erroneously designated Vol. 22, No. 6 on cover) Springhouse Ink: Ozark Echoes: Rebel Without Applause: A Half Century of Stagecoach Travel - William Searles: From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry: English Settlement in Edwards County, Part IV - George Flower: Independent Silver Band - Steve Loomis: Bloody Herrin - Rudolph Lasker

2006, Vol. 23, No. 2: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Rebel Without Applause; Big Saline United Baptist Church - Photograph - Charles Hammond; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; English Settlement in Edwards County, Part V - George Flower; The Last Rampage of The Terrible Harpe - E. Don Harpes; Roughhewn: Earthquake Days - H.C. Bradsby, Esq.

 

2006, Vol. 23,  No. 3: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes (Omitted this issue); Lady of Mounds - Lois Fowler Barrett; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; English Settlement in Edwards County, Part VI - George Flower; Caught In The Blindfold - Brian DeNeal; The Golden Shadow - Gary DeNeal; E. Don Harpe - E. Don Harpe; Arkansassy and Illinoisy - Josiah H. Shinn; Summer - Paul E. Stroble; Remembering Judge Lewis - William B. Lewis; A Foal Named Ginger - Sue Glasco; Rebel Without Applause; And many photographs

2006, Vol. 23,  No. 4: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes;  From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; English Settlement in Edwards County, Part VII - George Flower; Aunt Babe and the Battle of Camden - William R. Carr; The Alligator That Smokes a Pipe - John J. Dunphy; The Traveler - Brandi (Oliver) Drake; About Farming in Illinois - Robert G. Ingersoll; Indelible Art - Paul E. Stroble; Pope County Schools Circa 1900 - William V. Burgess

2006, Vol. 23,  No. 5: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; From My Kitchen Window
- Dixie Terry
; Autumnal Tales - Gary DeNeal; English Settlement in Edwards County, Part VIII - George Flower; To Autumn - John Keats; Pauper House Ghosts - Brian DeNeal; Abandoned Ohio Riverbed - William Searles; My Five Books - Paul E. Stroble, Mildred B. McCormick, William Searles, John J. Dunphy, Roger K. Lyons, Gordon Pruett, Herbert Russell; Southern Illinois Prospector in California Gold Fields - James Ferguson; Final Trip to Cave at Cave Hill - Brian DeNeal; Rebel Without Applause

2006, Vol. 23,  No. 6: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; From My Kitchen Window
- Dixie Terry
; Abandoned Ohio Riverbed II - William Searles; Five Books - Continued; English Settlement in Edwards County, Part VIX - George Flower; Robert Owen's Grand Plan, Why It Failed - Wm. Searles; Autumnal Tales II - Gary DeNeal; Rebel Without Applause

2007, Vol. 24,  No. 1: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; The Sailor Man from Chester - Paul E. Stroble; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; My Five Books - Continued; Bird's Eye View of Golconda - Mildred McCormick; The Curious Contribution of Joseph Gollomb - Gordon Pruett; Count of Crime - Joseph Gollomb; Railroad Construction Across the Shawnee Hills - William Searles; Rebel Without Applause

2007, Vol. 24, No. 2: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Illinois Chapter Trail of Tears Project - Cheryl Jett; Route 146 Designated Historic Trail of Tears Highway - Gary Hacker; Try Hiking - G. Edgar Hall; Thirty-two Miles in Twelve Hours - Brian DeNeal; Enjoy the National Forest a Different Way - William Searles; My Five Books - Continued; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; The UFO That Impersonated Venus - Bill Carr; History of the English Settlement, Part X - George Flower; Rebel Without Applause

2007, Vol. 24,  No. 3: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Concerning Turkeys - Brian DeNeal; My Ragged Bliss, Rebel Without Applause; John Moredock & the American Conscience - David M. Brady; The McGuffey Readers - Hamlin Garland; Johnny Doe in a One-Room Rural School - William Searles; Hiking the River to River Trail - Brian DeNeal; History of the English Settlement, Part XI - George Flower; UFOs I've Known  - William R. Tonso; 128th Illinois Infantry Regiment - Gillum Ferguson; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry

2007, Vol. 24,  No. 4: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Fair But Fated Egypt - Paul Hull; The Hidden Scars of War - Kestner Wallace; Winstead Davie, Pioneer of Union County - Sue Clasco; The Trail of Tears in Western Pope County - William V. Burgess; The Buffalo in Illinois - William Searles; Illinois Wildlife, 1841 - William Oliver; History of the English Settlement, Part XII - George Flower; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry

2007, Vol. 24,  No. 5: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Is Jean Lafitte Buried in Alton? - John Dunphy; Money, Horseflesh, and Adventure - Kestner Wallace; When Illinois Went to War - Raleigh Sutton; The Flood at Shawneetown - Frederick Howard Wines; Autumn is at Hand - Rebel Without Applause; Take Photographs, Leave Footprints - Brian DeNeal; Scenes Along the R2R Trail - Brian DeNeal; Stories of Southern Illinois Introduction - Gordon Pruett; Stories of Southern Illinois - Charles Tenney; Population Drain from Shawnee Hills Counties - William Searles; Americans in the Settlement of the Central West - Maylon Jones; History of the English Settlement, Part XIII - George Flower; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry

2007, Vol. 24,  No. 6: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Keeping in Touch - Paul Stroble; Rufous Hummingbird - Brian DeNeal; Defending a Legend - Brocton Lockwood; Cahokia Mounds: America's Lost Metropolis - John J. Dunphy; A Lynching in Johnston City - Helen Lind; God Bless the Mountain People - Kestner Wallace; Christmas Memories - Don Floyd; The Prairies - William Cullen Bryant; Illinois Prairies & Farmers - William Searles; History of the English Settlement, Part XIII - George Flower; The Piasa Bird - Georgia McAdams Clifford; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry

2008, Vol. 25,  No. 1: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Memory Lapses - Paul Stroble; Memories of a Coal Mining Town - William Searles; Little League Manager - Lois Fowler Barrett; Harrisburg's Founding Fathers - Gillum Ferguson; Brooklyn, Ill., An Underground Railroad Town - John Dunphy; Granddaddy & Pony Boy - Kestner Wallace; Two Portraits of Lincoln - Wayne C. Temple; History of the English Settlement, Part XV - George Flower; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry

2008, Vol. 25,  No. 2: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Life in Broughton: The Early Years - Rick Moore; Unlike Anything Ever Seen - John J. Dunphy; Model of the Piasa Bird Found in Paris Museum - Dr. H. W. Long; Thank You, RVW - Paul Stroble; Carbondale Amuses Itself - John Herbert Hays; Fellowship Withdrawn - Kestner Wallace; The Ku Klux Klan in Alton - John J. Dunphy; Who Remembers Steam Tractors? - William Searles; History of the English Settlement, Part XVI - George Flower; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry

2008, Vol. 25,  No. 3: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Rain Crow - John Burroughs; Don't Rob Another Man's Castle - Kestner Wallace; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Cairo, Battle of Belmont, and the Waif - H.C. Bradsby; Revisiting Peanuts - Paul Stroble; H. Allen Smith, an Annotated Bibliography  - Ryan P. Nelson; Surely Smith Was Born Sometime  - Ryan P. Nelson; Books by H. Allen Smith; French Lines on Illinois Maps - William Searles; Alton's Turner Hall - John J. Dunphy; Consider the Lotus at Crab Orchard, Edgar L. Dukes; History of the English Settlement, Last Chapter - George Flower

2008, Vol. 25,  No. 4: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; I am Cherokee - Larry and Donna Mahan; Lest I Forget - Kestner Wallace; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Wide-Open Town of Benbow City - John J. Dunphy; A Little Mozart - Paul Stroble; Nike Missile Base at Pere Marquette Park  - John J. Dunphy; History of Medical Practice in Illinois  - Lucius H. Zeuch, M.D.; Do Animals Have Fun - Brian DeNeal; About Books - Gary DeNeal

2008, Vol. 25,  No. 5: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Heedless Horseman Rides Again - William Searles; Ghostly Saints - Kestner Wallace; From My Kitchen Window
- Dixie Terry
; Governor Coles and Slavery in Illinois - John J. Dunphy; Prairie Shipyards - Raleigh Sutton; History of Dixon Srings Baptist Church  - William V. Burgess; History of Medical Practice in Illinois, Part 2  - Lucius H. Zeuch, M.D.; They Ain't No Sich Thing as Ghosts - Gary DeNeal; Old Fashioned Thanksgiving Day - Dale Best

2008, Vol. 25,  No. 6: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; When the Shakers Came to Egypt - Gillum Ferguson; Duel at The Tower - Carl David Arfwedson; Swallowing an Oyster Alive - Solitaire; Trains, War, and Memories - Kestner Wallace; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; My Abbreviated List of What Matters - Rebel Without Applause; John Murrell & His Clan - Martha McCulloch-Williams; Lincoln and Vandalia - Paul Stroble; George Washington, Silas Hamilton - John J. Dunphy; Expected Destruction of the World - Hon. R. M. Devens; The Second Advent - Solitaire; A Partly Coon Dog Story - Anonymous; Return to Golconda

2009, Vol. 26,  No. 1: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Losing Senator Simon - Gordon Pruett; Edgar Lee Masters' Lincoln: The Man - Herbert Russell; Lincoln and the Mad-Stone - William Furry; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Map of Illinois of Prairies, Woods, Swamps and Bluffs; Illinois As It Is, The Prairies - Fred Gerard; Love and Cookies - Rebel Without Applause; Moonshine Times Gone By - Gary DeNeal; New Light on the 1917 East St. Louis Race Riot - John J. Dunphy; Life's Other Side - Kestner Wallace; Christian County Mosquitoes - Eugene Field

2009, Vol. 26,  No. 2: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Adrenalin - Lowell Fansler; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Frank James Visits Harrisburg - Gary DeNeal; The Tame Lion - Julian Street; Love and Cookies, II - Rebel Without Applause; Gift From the North - Clarence Bonnell; Oklahoma Bill - Kestner Wallace; On a January Afternoon - Larry & Donna Mahan; A Starry Night - Willis P. King, M.D.; Johnson County Remembers J.P. McEvoy - Gary Hacker; Life in the Backwoods - James B. Finley; Write It Down While You Can - Gary DeNeal

2009, Vol. 26,  No. 3: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Sampson's Memoirs - Kestner Wallace; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; KI-RO? KAY-RO? CARE-O? Illinois; Ma of the Fierce Jones Gang - Jessie Ruth Stroud; Love and Cookies, III - Rebel Without Applause; The Monk of Monk's Mound - J.C. Wild; Young Missionary and the Robber - Rev. James B. Finley; James Earl Ray - John J. Dunphy; A Little Praise for Arkansas - Gary DeNeal; 100 Years in Illinois - John McLean, M.D.

2009, Vol. 26,  No. 4: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; The Quadroon Girl of Southern Illinois - J. G. Mulcaster; Brazilla & Mahala Silkwood Still Inspire - Sue Glasco; Before the Klan - Masatomo Ayabe; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; The Fight to Unionize Illinois Miners - John J. Dunphy; Neighbors Are Special - Gary DeNeal; Blessed Beyond Measure - Kestner Wallace; 100 Years in Illinois - John McLean, M.D. Chapters VII-VIII; Like Magic, Only More So - Rebel Without Applause

2009, Vol. 26,  No. 5: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; On the Lookout for Deer - Brian DeNeal; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Nina - Ledford, Eagle Creek and Beyond - Kestner Wallace; Interview with a Ghost - Rebel Without Applause; First Newspapers of Illinois - William Searles; The Day John F. Kennedy Visited Harrisburg; The Prowling Monsters of the Greene Co. Desert - Calvin Tunnell; Another View of Lincoln - William R. Tonso; 100 Years in Illinois - John McLean, M.D.; Autumnal Tales, III - Gary DeNeal; Virgil O. Palmer - Gary DeNeal; Opossum, Oh, Possum - Virgil O. Palmer; Christmas Eve, Downtown Chicago - Gary DeNeal

2010, Vol. 26,  No. 6: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Because It Is Bitter - Tom P. Martin; An Heirloom from Granny's Mountain Home - Charles M. Sutton; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Southern  Illinois: Why the Scrutiny - John Griswold; Don't Mess With My Southern Illinois, Jeff Biggers; Blue Hills, Blue Shadows, Gary DeNeal; Chester Loomis' Journey, Transcribed & Introduced by  - Paul Stroble; A Tale of Two Houses - Kestner Wallace; The Day John F. Visited Harrisburg (Photo); Sam Davis 803 Chapter of the U.D. of C. - John J. Dunphy; 100 Years in Illinois - John McLean, M.D.; Ben J. Brinkley - Gary DeNeal; B.O.G. Club - Rebel Without Applause; Rugged Individualist - Tom P. Martin

2010, Vol. 27,  No. 1: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Spring Hiking Schedule - River to River Society; Swimming In the Ohio - Carroll Cutting, as told by John J. Lesjack; On Belonging - Rebel Without Applause; Frost in August - James W. Turner; Mom's Presence, Carroll Cutting as told to John J. Lesjack; Chester Loomis' Journey, On Horseback Through the Great West, Part 2, Transcribed & Introduced by  - Paul Stroble; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Lafayette Came to Southern Illinois - William Searles; Catherine, Tom Martin; Book Review: Growing Up In a Land Called Egypt, Herbert Russell; Self Defense - Kestner Wallace; 100 Years in Illinois - John McLean, M.D.; The Baptizing, Vintage Photograph; Book Review: Dapper & Dandy, Brian DeNeal; Carl - Tom Martin

2010, Vol. 27,  No. 2: Springhouse Ink; Shawneetown Bicentennial Year Celebration Schedule of Events; Ozark Echoes; Ode to the Tulip Poplar - Tom Martin; Paths of Glory - Tom Martin; Iris on Stilley's Grave - Brian DeNeal; A Pioneer Teacher in Action - Dr. J. W. Harris; Half a Century in the School Room - James W. Turner; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Unforgettable Red - Kestner Wallace; One Hundred Days of Summer - John J. Lesjack; Chester Loomis' Journey, On Horseback Through the Great West, Part 3, Transcribed & Introduced by  - Paul Stroble; Professor George W. Smith; The Salines of Southern Illinois - George W. Smith; Saved by the Teddy Bear - Rebel Without Applause; 100 Years in Illinois - John McLean, M.D.

2010, Vol. 27,  No. 3: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Bicentennial Reflections - Tom Martin; Lovejoy - John J. Dunphy; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Treasure From Ohio - Brian DeNeal; South Sea Island King From Albion, Illinois - Walter Colyer; Of Jumbo Adams and the Queen's Pearl; 100 Days of Summer - John J. Lesjack; Human Geography in the Illinois Ozarks - Clarence Bonnell; Taking Inventory, Sort of - Rebel Without Applause; Chester Loomis' Journey, On Horseback Through the Great West, Part 4, Transcribed & Introduced by  - Paul Stroble; That Mule Won't Ride - Kestner Wallace;100 Years in Illinois - John McLean, M.D.

2010, Vol. 27,  No. 4: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Reading and Writing - Rebel Without Applause; The Hero of Harrisburg - John J. Lesjack; Shawneetown in the Glory Days - Tom Martin and William Hayes; The Saga of John Banvard; A Fable - Anonymous; Chester Loomis' Journey, On Horseback Through the Great West, Part 4, Transcribed & Introduced by  - Paul Stroble; Transformation of Andy & Tige - Kestner Wallace; R. V. Cassill: The Monticello Years - John Dunphy; Browner Shade of Pale - Paul Stroble; The British Colony of Illinois - William Searles; 100 Years in Illinois - John McLean, M.D.

2010, Vol. 27,  No. 5: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; 100 Days of Summer, Chapter 2 - John J. Lesjack; Lizzie - Tom Martin and William Hayes; Griffith Men Carry On Spar Mining Tradition - Brian DeNeal; George Roger Clark - William Searles; Roads of Yesteryear - Kestner Wallace; The Hurlbut-Messenger House - John Dunphy; 100 Years in Illinois - John McLean, M.D.; Worse Than Ghosts - Rebel Without Applause

2010, Vol. 27,  No. 6: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Rebel Thinks Aloud - Rebel Without Applause; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Denny's Gift - Charles M. Sutton; Barefoot Preacher - Abraham Snethen; 100 Days of Summer, Conclusion - John J. Lesjack; Johnson's Lot - Kestner Wallace; Rhythm of a Southern Town - Tom Martin; Southern Illinois in the Civil War - Bluford Wilson; In the Thicket - Brian DeNeal; 100 Years in Illinois - John McLean, M.D.

2011, Vol. 28,  No. 1: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Pirates of Cave-in-Rock - Mark Wagner & Mary R. McCorvie; Shock of Wisdom, Snow on Bare Feet - Rebel Without Applause; Shawnee Pilgrimage - Tome Martin and William Hayes;Trading Days - Kestner Wallace; A Fable II - Anonymous; 100 Days of Summer, Conclusion - John J. Lesjack; A Few Words Concerning Cave-in-Rock - Gary DeNeal; 100 Years In Illinois - John McLean, M.D.; Fifty Years with Bench and Bar - Oliver A. Harker; The Housekeeper in Frontier Illinois - Virginia Miller Sickle; Danger! Monsters Maul - Rebel Without Applause; A Chance at the Detroit Tigers - Robert A Hill

2011, Vol. 28,  No. 2: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Lost in Dreams - Tom Martin; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Taking Inventory - Rebel Without Applause; Rites of Spring - Brian DeNeal; Land Pirates - Mark J. Wagner & Mary R. McCorvie; Seven Die in Mine Disaster - Danny D. Standford; The Lure and the Lore of Egg Trees - John J. Dunphy; Michigan Memories - Kestner Wallace; 100 Years In Illinois - John McLean, M.D.; Conversation Oats? - Rebel Without Applause

2011, Vol. 28,  No. 3: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Early Schools in Pope County - J.E.Y. Hanna; The Battle of Long Ridge - Gillum Ferguson; Rural Justice - Kestner Wallace; Documenting the Life of Charlie Birger - Rick Allen; Afternoon in Old Shawneetown - Gary DeNeal; 100 Years In Illinois - John McLean, M.D.; Mike Fink Remembered; Mike Fink Versus Peter Cartwright; Morning of the Meadowlark - Rebel Without Applause; Dreams Are Forever - Tom Martin; Maria Elena - Tom Martin; Fable III - Anonymous; Opening the Trunk - Brian DeNeal; Spring Floods 2011 - Brian DeNeal; Frank Copple - Charlotte Hartley

2011, Vol. 28,  No. 4: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; July - William A. Quayle; After the Flood - Gary DeNeal; When Fads of the Fifties Made the Headlines - Gordon Pruett; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; A Doggone Good Lesson  - Kestner Wallace; Men to Match My Mountains - Tom Martin; Cobden—As it Was - Grace Partridge Smith; After the Klan - Masatomo Ayabe; Secret Revealed: How James Earl Ray Got His Money - John J. Dunphy; Pondering the Imponderable - Rebel Without Applause;100 Years In Illinois - John McLean, M.D.; The Execution? Photograph

2011, Vol. 28,  No. 5: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Baptism - Tom Martin; Sundays At Hovel Sweet Hovel - Rebel Without Applause; Owls - Christopher North; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Illinois' Rare Earth - Joe McFarland; The Hurlbut Saga Continues - John J. Dunphy; "Uncle Bob" Wilson - Gary DeNeal; Legends and Facts: Robert "Uncle Bob" Wilson - Mark J. Wagner; Remembering a Literary Nobody; Guardian Angel  - Kestner Wallace; After the Klan - Masatomo Ayabe; 100 Years In Illinois - John McLean, MD

2011, Vol. 28,  No. 6: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Ephemeral Americana; My Uncles' Spirits  - Kestner Wallace; Seeing Double - Photograph; Ellis Park, Tom Martin; Those Steps!; My Favorite Books - Mildred McCormick; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Hitting the Rocks - Joe McFarland; The Frank Durfee Coal Mine - Robert A. Hill; Glimpses of Early Illinois - Frederick Gerhard; Two Tintypes - photographs; The Holy Grail - Rebel Without Applause; The Communion of All Saints - Roger Lyons; Small World Stories - William R.. Tonso; Fable IV - Anonymous; 100 Years In Illinois - John McLean, MD; Photo Collage - Charles F. Hammond

2012, Vol. 29,  No. 1: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Cottonwood - Tom Martin; A Preface to the "Civil War Comes to Egypt"- Herbert K. Russell; The Civil War Comes to Egypt - Jasper W. Cross; Restoration - Frances Purcell Fanning; George Sisk's Truck - Brian DeNeal; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; This Thing about Shoes - Rebel Without Applause; The Good Old Days - Kestner Wallace; Why I Wrote About 1812 - Gillum Ferguson; Two Prominent Graduates of Shurtleff College - John J. Dunphy; A Kaskaskia to Shawneetown Canal - William Shearles; Diet of the Pioneers - Edmund Flagg; Pioneer Pigs - John Woods

2012 Vol. 29,  No. 2: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Why I Wrote The State of Southern Illinois: An Illustrated History - Herbert K. Russell; A Very Personal Uncivil Act In the Civil War - John Harrison Smothers, as told to His Grandson, Danny G. Cox; Miss Gibbs and Kitty Cat  - Kestner Wallace; The Performer Tells All and Then Some - Rebel Without Applause; Indigenous Iron Industry - Aubrey Stark; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Illinois' First Showman - C.C. Carter; James D. Henry, A Natural Born Hero - Hon. Joseph Gillespie; Big John's Little Shop - Tom Martin; Broadening the Learning Horizon Then and Now - William Shearles; A Few Words On Illinois In the War of 1812 - Gary DeNeal; Gastronomic Habits of Americans - W. O. Marshall

2012 Vol. 29,  No. 3: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Hard Times - Tom Martin; Hal W. Trovillion... Anniversary of Bloody Williamson - Gordon Pruett; Goosey, Goosey, Gander  - Kestner Wallace; Jack Slade - Professor Thomas J. Dimsdale; The Art of Mingling - Rebel Without Applause; Farm Superstitions - Hon. F. Q. Blair; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Fable VII - Anonymous; Franklin Moore: Union Cavalryman - John J. Dunphy; A History of Saline County - Staff of the Mitchell-Carnegie Public Library

2012 Vol. 29,  No. 4: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; The Circuit Rider - E.W. Reef; Down the Mighty Saline - Brian DeNeal; Fable IX - Anonymous; A Brief and Simple Story - Gary DeNeal; Poet As Shamon - John Knoepfle; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Twenty-four Hours of Work, Work, Work  - Kestner Wallace; My Own Times: Emigrating to Illinois in 1800 - John Reynolds; Railroads Open Up Egypt - Herbert K. Russell; A Morning on the Mall in Shawneetown - Gary DeNeal; The Knife and Gun Club - Tom  Martin; The S. Glenn Young Poem - Herbert K. Russell

2012 Vol. 29,  No. 5: Springhouse Ink; Ozark Echoes; Who Will Be King of Saline? - Brian DeNeal; Entertainment and Amusement in Cairo 1844 to 1858 - Harold E. Briggs; Dan Rice of the One-Horse Circus: His Adventures in Arkansas; Fable IX, The Reader - Anonymous; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; The Drummer Boy of Shiloh - John J. Dunphy; Recalling the Passing - Kestner Wallace; About Wild Bill; Plainsman from Illinois - Clarence S. Paine; Maple Street, 1962 - William Furry; The Blue Ash Tray with the Crack Down the Middle - Rebel Without Applause

2012 Vol. 29,  No. 6: Springhouse Ink; Cassette Tapes - Paul Stroble; A Few Words Concerning John A. Murrell; John Murrell and His Clan - Martha McCulloch-Williams; Folk Medicine in Southern Illinois - Dr. Ben Fox; People are Different  - Kestner Wallace; Tom Dick Hill: The Story Behind the Name - Robert A. Hill; The Drama in Southern Illinois - Ray Stallings; Vachel Lindsay At 100 - Herbert K. Russell; Welcome to the AAAA & A - Rebel Without Applause; Fable X, Lost Among the Unfocused - Anonymous; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry

2013 Vol. 30,  No. 1: Springhouse Ink; February and March - William A. Quayle; Southern Illinois in the Early 1840s - William Oliver; Bob and His Conscience  - Kestner Wallace; A Madison County Soldier in Andersonville - John J. Dunphy; Pebbles to Bear - Rebel Without Applause; Frontiersman Described in Full - J. Hector St. John Crevecpoeur; A Long Look Back at Cave Hill; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Jim Towns - Nellie Millikan; Winter

2013 Vol. 30,  No. 2: Springhouse Ink; A Madison County Soldier in Virginia's Bloody Soil - John J. Dunphy; Elba, A Gallatin County Ghost Town - William Searles; George Harrison In Southern Illinois -  William Furry; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Frontier Days in Illinois Territory: 1800-1805 - John Reynolds; Hillside Country Grocer - J. Robert Smith; To Whistle Or Not To Whistle; Politics of Years Ago  - Kestner Wallace; The Rebel's Heavily Edited, Possibly Final Message; Going To Bed Before A Lady - "M"; A Tale of Two Books; Two Newspapers; Deadly White-Nose Syndrome Has Affected Illinois Bats - Brian DeNeal; The Future of Southern Illinois: A Prediction - Charles D. Tenney; Charles D. Tenny, the Man Behind the Words At Morris Library  - Gordon Pruett

2013 Vol. 30,  No. 3: Springhouse Ink; Two Outstanding Cowards of the Old West - Charles L. Youngblood; A Civil War Dog Tag - Herbert K. Russell; It's Either the Sun or an Orange Ball; Benld -  Raleigh Sutton; My Beloved and Guiding Hand  - Kestner Wallace; Lost and Found; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Elba, A Gallatin County Ghost Town, Part II - William Searles; Growing Up With Neil Diamond Songs - Paul Stroble; My Name is Ryan Nelson and I Have Cerebral Palsy - Ryan Nelson; The Art of Boring People On Purpose and Other Diversions - Rebel Without Applause; Eddie Allen; A Remarkable Achievement of Two Harrisburg Boys; The Heron Led The Way

2013 Vol. 30,  No. 4: Springhouse Ink; Rude Boy from Rudiment; A Union Soldier Who Survived 19 Gunshot Wounds - John J. Dunphy; The Nightingale of Andover - William Furry; From Shawneetown to Elizabethtown - L. O. Trigg; In the Footsteps of Col. Trigg - Brian DeNeal; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Careless Prose and Proud of It - Rebel Without Applause; Dilettante; Final Saline Hanging - Brian DeNeal; Riches in Them Thar Hills  - Kestner Wallace; Donating My Books - Paul Stroble; October Singer; Land of Passage - Tom Martin; Josiah Lamborn, Attorney General of Illinois, 1840-43 - Cornelius J. Doyle; Barbara Allen; Forts and Blockhouses of the War of 1812, Part Two - Gillum Ferguson

2014 Vol. 30,  No. 5: Springhouse Ink; Weather; What Made Abraham Lincoln So Famous? Robert A. Hill; Old Red Man - Roger K. Lyons; New School House was Dedicated; High School Girls Take a Long Hike; Percival Bailey Of Ol' Southern - Herbert Russell; At Long Last the Time For Half-Ghosts has Arrived - Rebel Without Applause; Tulagi - Tom Martin; Review of Picturing Illinois - Paul Stroble; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Personal Memories of 50 Years Ago - David Nelson; Excerpts From Conflicts and Triumphs of an Itinerant - T. W. Welker; Riches in Them Thar Hills  - Kestner Wallace; Fehrer Lake's "Black Drink" Cup - Charles M. Sutton; Half Moon Lick - Charles M. Sutton; Playing Poker with the Elderly Elasser Sisters - Tom Martin; Wintry Words; Forts and Blockhouses of the War of 1812, Part Three - Gillum Ferguson

2014 Vol. 30,  No. 6: Springhouse Ink; Miss Honeywell And The Power of Prayer - Tom Martin; Schools Then and Now - Kestner Wallace; Autumn Aphasia - Roger K. Lyons; Spoon River Anthology at 100 - Herbert Russell; Recipes for Living - Marian Harland; Francis Thompson - C. Lewis Hind; Legacy - Paul Stroble; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; The Obituary of a Former Slave - John Dunphy; Junk Stores I Have Known - Charlotte Hartley; The Contrabands - Raleigh Sutton; Letters From Illinois- Morris Birkbeck; The Rebel Stares at the Mirror - Rebel Without Applause; Frozen Shawnee - Brian DeNeal; Prairie Pirates - From History of Pike County Illinois; Forts and Blockhouses of the War of 1812, Part Four - Gillum Ferguson

2014 Vol. 31,  No. 1: Springhouse Ink; The Spanking; John Murdick, Practical Joker; A Cave Boy Who Found Happiness When Marking; End of Illinois; Of Light Verse and Lightning; Possum Tales  - Kestner Wallace; What? Is It Nearly Summer Already? - Brian DeNeal; Late Winter, Early Spring; Feathers Of The Wild Frontier; From My Kitchen Window - Dixie Terry; Observations Concerning Southern Illinois, Mostly - R. Brookes, M.D. and John Marshall, Esq.; Summer Complaint - Tom Martin; Honest Democrat Forever!; Looking Back At Lost America - Rebel Without Applause; Novel Rooted In Southern Illinois - James Ballowe; Afloat On The Ohio - Gordon Pruett; A Race That Lives In Mountain Coves - Sarah Barnwell Elliott; Memory Doesn't Bother To Knock—It Uses A Battering Ram; Runaway Slave - Pete A. Downey; At Last Revealed—Five Rules For Taking Photographs; Keep Bleeding, Please; Curious Gifts, Strangely Packaged; Living On Borrowed Time Club

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