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Three Museums in 100-year-old buildings in the National Registry of Historic Places - The three represent Local...
Lincoln Log Cabin State Historic Site preserves the site of the 1840s farm of Thomas and Sarah Bush Lincoln, fath...
Here on January 31, 1861, President-Elect Abraham Lincoln visited his stepmother, Mrs. Sarah Bush Lincoln and her dau...
In 1837 Thomas Lincoln erected a cabin on a tract of land situated one-half mile to the east. Here he resided until h...
Left Section Abraham Lincoln was a frequent visitor to Cole County in the 1840's, traveling on the judicial circuit. ...
The Palm Springs Art Museum presents exhibition and collections of modern and contemporary art.
United States Army United States Air Force Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States United States Marine Corps U...
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior
In memory of Womans Relief Corps Auxiliary of Yates Post No. 88
The City and County of Effingham erect and dedicate this monument to the memory of Lord Thomas Howard Earl of Effingh...
This monument was erected to commemorate the determination of 1950 center of population of the United States of Ameri...
This Memorial is dedicated to the men and women of the Armed Forces in all wars for the United States of America.
Side One Top Section Nineteenth-century Illinois political campaigns and rallies were raucous affairs, part entertain...
On this spot stood the Clapboard Inn, General Store, and Post Office of the early settlers, including the Lincoln fam...