“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 Augusta, Illinois

Clickable Map of Hancock 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> Hancock County, IL (30) Adams County, IL (82) Henderson County, IL (4) McDonough County, IL (15) Schuyler County, IL (10) Lee County, IA (48) Clark County, MO (12) Lewis County, MO (6)  HancockCounty(30) Hancock County (30)  AdamsCounty(82) Adams County (82)  HendersonCounty(4) Henderson County (4)  McDonoughCounty(15) McDonough County (15)  SchuylerCounty(10) Schuyler County (10)  LeeCountyIowa(48) Lee County (48)  ClarkCountyMissouri(12) Clark County (12)  LewisCounty(6) Lewis County (6)
Carthage is the county seat for Hancock County
Augusta is in Hancock County
      Hancock County (30)  
      Adams County (82)  
      Henderson County (4)  
      McDonough County (15)  
      Schuyler County (10)  
      Lee County, Iowa (48)  
      Clark County, Missouri (12)  
      Lewis County, Missouri (6)  
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1 Illinois, Hancock County, Augusta — LincolnA guest here — Sept. 1858 —
(title is text)Map (db m181417) HM
2 Illinois, Hancock County, Augusta — Lincoln Speaks in AugustaLooking for Lincoln — 1858 —
"One of your sledge hammer speeches will effect wonders," declared the man who invited Lincoln to attend the district convention held in Augusta on August 25, 1858. Putting aside concerns that it might be overcrowding his agenda for the senate . . . Map (db m181415) HM
3 Illinois, Hancock County, Augusta — Lincoln Spoke Here
Lincoln spoke here Aug. 24, 1858Map (db m181416) HM
4 Illinois, Schuyler County, Augusta — Abraham Lincoln's Teacher
Azel Waters Dorsey, 1784-1858, teacher of Abraham Lincoln, is buried on the King farm one mile south of Huntsville. Dorsey taught a "blab school" in Spencer County, Indiana which young Lincoln attended for six months in 1824. He moved to Schuyler . . . Map (db m181413) HM
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Dec. 8, 2023