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Join us at the Illinois History and Lincoln Collections to learn about our diverse collections of books, manuscripts, artifacts, and more! Explore treasures from our collections in our reading room, view our exhibit on the history of the railroad in Illinois before it closes, and enjoy li....
DIVERSITY IN ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S SPRINGFIELD NEIGHBORHOOD
The LINCOLN family appreciated their neighbors when they lived in the area now known as the LINCOLN Home National Historic Site. Bits and pieces of the LINCOLN family relationship with their neighbors have been re...;
WHERE LINCOLN LIVED
Abraham LINCOLN was born in Kentucky, lived in Indiana, and finally settled in Illinois. He first came to Macon County with his family, then moved to New Salem, and finally lived in Springfield. Once he left Springfield for Washington, D.C. he never returned. C...;
AT HOME IN CENTRAL ILLINOIS: THOMAS AND SARAH BUSH LINCOLN
Located on the LINCOLN Highway, eight miles south of Charleston, LINCOLN Log Cabin preserves the site of the last home and farm of Abraham LINCOLN’s father and stepmother, Thomas (ca. 1778-1851) and Sarah Bush Lincol...s
HISTORIC HOUSES OF LINCOLN'S ILLINOIS
Erika Holst, curator of decorative arts and history at the Illinois State Museum, will speak about the connections Abraham LINCOLN has to several historic buildings within the 42-county Abraham LINCOLN National Heritage Area, all of which are ...;