Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: Levy is a professor of legal studies at Chicago's Roosevelt University. He became interested in Camp Douglas as a student at the University of Chicago, which is located across the street from the site of the camp. Biography: George Levy is an attorney who maintains a private law practice. He has served in the public defender's office and as an assistant Illinois attorney general. Prior to his tenure at Roosevelt University, he taught at John Marshall Law School. In addition to belonging to the Illinois State Bar Association, Levy is a member of The Society of Midland Authors.
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|To die in Chicago :
ISBN: 1565543319 OCLC: 39223575 Pelican Pub., Gretna, La. : 1999. Camp Douglas was built in 1861 as a Union recruiting and training depot, but by December 1864, it held over 12,000 prisoners of war, many of whom died of "starvation, neglect, cruelty ... pneumonia, dysentery, and small pox."--Jacket.
|TO DIE IN CHICAGO :
ISBN: 1455623709 OCLC: 975878950 PELICAN Publishing CO, [Place of publication not identified], 2017.