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Massacre 1769: The Search for the Origin of the Legend of Starved Rock (William L. Potter Publication Series) (Volume 10) Paperback – July 4, 2013
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Mark Walczynski is retired from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Office of Law Enforcement. He holds a master’s degree from California State University Dominguez Hills, in humanities with a special concentration in history, and he is a graduate of the Illinois State Police Academy in Springfield, Illinois. Mark’s work on Starved Rock has been published in scholarly journals including the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Le Journal, and in historical guidebooks such as American Indian Places. The author of Starved Rock State Park, the First 100 Years, he contributed to the DVD “The Early History of the Illinois Indians,” and served as an historical consultant for Starved Rock and The Illiniwek. Mark currently teaches history, philosophy, and criminal justice courses at Illinois Valley Community College in Oglesby, Illinois and is Park Historian for the Starved Rock Educational and Historical Foundation.
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