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History and Heritage in New Canton, IL

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New Philadelphia, located near Barry, Illinois, was founded in 1836 and is the first known town platted and officially ... cr.nps


This time last year we were working very hard to make the Hannibal African American Life and History Project (H...


Plaque 1 This structure is also known as the "Pilaster House" named for the flat columns on the exterior. It is histo...


New Cash Store

Hannibal, MO

W. C. Chenowith begs leave to announce to the citizens of Hannibal that he is now opening in this house a new & splen...


Here stood the jail (in Mark Twain's book "Tom Sawyer") in which Muff Potter was a prisoner awaiting trial for murder...


Here stood the board fence which Tom Sawyer persuaded his gang to pay him for the privilege of whitewashing. Tom sat ...


This building was constructed in 1836 by Joshua Mitchell. It was one of the first brick commercial store houses in Ha...


Mark Twain

Hannibal, MO

Like all of us, Mark Twain told stories about his childhood in order to understand who he had become as an adult. The...


Discover how young Samuel Clemens grew up in the small village of Hannibal to become one of the world's m...


Born in Scott County, Kentucky, September 11, 1833 Died at his home, Strawberry Hill Farm, near Hannibal December 23,...


(On the left side, when viewed from Main Street): The monument presented to Hannibal by Geo. A. Mahan - Ida D. Mahan ...


Cardiff Hill

Hannibal, MO

This is the foot of Cardiff Hill, made famous in Mark Twain's books "Tom Sawyer" and "Huckleberry Finn." On the hill,...


Young Sam Clemens (Mark Twain) saw a dead man on the floor in here one night. Sam went out at a window, taking the sa...


One of the first stores in Hannibal was opened by Henry Collins in a log cabin on this site. In 1839 he advertised "C...


This was the home of Becky Thatcher, Tom Sawyer’s first sweetheart in Mark Twain’s book Tom Sawyer. Tom thought Becky...


The boyhood home of Mark Twain. The Clemens home and a State statue in Riverview Park stand as memorials to the great...


This building was constructed in 1836 by Abner Nash, the aged and needy Postmaster of Tom Sawyer. Nash's son, Tom, wa...


Abraham Lincoln was a frequent visitor to Pike County. He left his judicial circuit and crossed the Illinois River to...

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