Carl R. Baldwin
Pen Name: None
Genres: Non-Fiction, History
Died: 1994 in Columbia, IL
When Mr. Baldwin was a boy of 10, his family moved from Bradley, Illinois to East St. Louis, Illinois. In his later years, he lived in Belleville.
Biographical and Professional Information
Carl Baldwin was a journalist/reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch from the 1930s to his retirement in 1973. He then became a historian, focusing on southwestern Illinois and producing two prize-winning books.
- Echoes of Thier Voices, Hawthorne Publishing, 1978
- Captains of the Wilderness: The American Revolution on the Western Frontier, Tiger Rose Publishing, 1986
Titles at Your Library
Echoes of Their Voices: A Saga of the Pioneers Who Pushed the Frontier Westward to the Mississippi
Release Date: 1978-06
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