Norman S Stevens
Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: Norman Stevens has lived in Wheaton Illinois as well as Kankakee, Illinois. Biography: Norman S. Stevens was the executive director of the Kankakee County Museum. Previously, he had worked as a museum professional for the First Division Museum at Wheaton, Illinois, for Michigan State Historic Parks at Fort Mackinac, Michigan, and for Virginia Military Institute Museum Programs. He has taught college history at a number of academic institutions for 20 years.
|Antietam, 1862 :
ISBN: 1855323702 OCLC: 30778669 Osprey, London : 1994. Antietam was one of the critical battles of the American Civil War. The fortunes of the South were riding high after the victory at Second Manassas. While Bragg and Kirby Smith invaded Kentucky, Lee's invasion of Maryland was intended to maintain the Southern offensive momentum and to win the recognition of the European powers. But his bold plan was compromised and at the Antietam River the Army of Northern Virginia was fighting for its very life. This title examines the build-up to Hooker's attack, and details the famous clashes at Bloody Lane and Burnside Bridge--Publisher's description.
ISBN: 0738539805 OCLC: 62413067 Arcadia Pub., Charleston, SC : ©2005.
|Kankakee railroads /
ISBN: 0738533718 OCLC: 61226606 Arcadia, Charleston, SC : ©2005.
|Kankakee, 1853-1910 /
ISBN: 0738533386 OCLC: 60550688 Arcadia, Charleston, SC : ©2004. A selection of over 200 photographs from the collection of the Kankakee County Historical Society that chronicle the history of the city of Kankakee from 1853 to 1910.
|Kankakee, 1900-1916 /
ISBN: 0738540609 OCLC: 71250591 Arcadia Pub., Charleston, SC : ©2006.