Monthly Archives: September 2018

Old State Capitol, Union Station

Old State Capitol September 30 & October 2, 2018 We spent parts of two days at the Old State Capitol. While the exterior may look a bit timeworn, the interior has been nicely restored. This building served as the capitol … Continue reading

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Lincoln Presidential Museum, Library and Tomb

Lincoln Museum September 30, 2018 I found this museum in downtown Springfield, Illinois a fascinating place to visit. As usual for us, we spent the entire day there and had more than enough to keep our interest. There were two … Continue reading

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Lincoln’s New Salem

September 29, 2018 Lincoln’s New Salem, an Illinois State Historic Site puts a different spin on Abraham Lincoln’s life. It’s here where you can see him as a human being, not much different than other people living in New Salem, … Continue reading

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Lincoln Home National Historic Site

September 28, 2018 The Lincoln Home National Historic Site provides a unique look into the life and times of Abraham Lincoln. The National Park Service has four city block preserved and is restoring the houses to the way they were … Continue reading

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