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1904. With 20 full-page portraits. Clark E. Carr was one of Galesburg's leading citizens in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries - lawyer, newspaper editor, postmaster, orator, writer and influential in politics and the community. Carr was thoroughly informed concerning the leading events that shaped the history of the state of Illinois. His comprehensive knowledge of all such was the basis of his authorship of several most interesting volumes including this fictionalized account, which is divided into three books: The Pioneer; Political Upheaval; and In Wartime.