“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Lexington, Illinois

Clickable Map of McLean County, Illinois and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> McLean County, IL (107) Champaign County, IL (22) De Witt County, IL (15) Ford County, IL (2) Livingston County, IL (47) Logan County, IL (76) Piatt County, IL (14) Tazewell County, IL (3) Woodford County, IL (5)  McLeanCounty(107) McLean County (107)  ChampaignCounty(22) Champaign County (22)  DeWittCounty(15) DeWitt County (15)  FordCounty(2) Ford County (2)  LivingstonCounty(47) Livingston County (47)  LoganCounty(76) Logan County (76)  PiattCounty(14) Piatt County (14)  TazewellCounty(3) Tazewell County (3)  WoodfordCounty(5) Woodford County (5)
Bloomington is the county seat for McLean County
Lexington is in McLean County
      McLean County (107)  
      Champaign County (22)  
      DeWitt County (15)  
      Ford County (2)  
      Livingston County (47)  
      Logan County (76)  
      Piatt County (14)  
      Tazewell County (3)  
      Woodford County (5)  
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1Illinois, McLean County, Lexington — "Memory Lane"66 Roadside Attraction
This original section of Historic Route 66 was dedicated in 1926. The alignment was first known as Route 4. Memory Lane is open to drive on during Lexington's annual Route 66 reunion, car show/parade and other special Route 66 events. We invite . . . Map (db m163090) HM
2Illinois, McLean County, Lexington — Illinois U.S. Route 66
In 1926, construction began on a 2,448-mile highway from Chicago to Santa Monica, California. Route 66 reflected the increased use of motorized vehicles. The road, which cut diagonally across Illinois, passed through Lexington. Sleek restaurants, . . . Map (db m157028) HM
3Illinois, McLean County, Lexington — The John Patton CabinBuilt 1829
The John Patton Cabin, originally situated 3½ miles southeast of this site, is a structure intimately linked with the relations of whites and Indians on the Illinois frontier. Built with the assistance of Kickapoo Indians from a nearby village, . . . Map (db m160059) HM
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Feb. 3, 2023