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185 Bibliography Included here are sections listing manuscript sources, books and selected sources, and newspapers and other periodicals. Manuscript Sources Alvin G. Fields Papers. Louisa H. Bowen University Archives and Special Collections , Lovejoy Library, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville. Metro-East Journal Files. Louisa H. Bowen University Archives and Special Collections, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville. PaulPowellPapers.AbrahamLincolnPresidentialLibrary,Springfield,Illinois. PaulSimonPapers.AbrahamLincolnPresidentialLibrary,Springfield,Illinois. Scott W.LucasCollection. Abraham LincolnPresidentialLibrary,Springfield, Illinois. Special Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University , Carbondale. William G. Stratton Collections. Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library, Springfield, Illinois. Books and Selected Sources Angle, Paul M. Bloody Williamson: A Chapter in American Lawlessness. New York: Alfred A. 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