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

Clickable Map of Macoupin 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> Macoupin County, IL (30) Greene County, IL (4) Jersey County, IL (15) Madison County, IL (202) Montgomery County, IL (19) Morgan County, IL (19) Sangamon County, IL (170)  MacoupinCounty(30) Macoupin County (30)  GreeneCounty(4) Greene County (4)  JerseyCounty(15) Jersey County (15)  MadisonCounty(202) Madison County (202)  MontgomeryCounty(19) Montgomery County (19)  MorganCounty(19) Morgan County (19)  SangamonCounty(170) Sangamon County (170)
Carlinville is the county seat for Macoupin County
Carlinville is in Macoupin County
      Macoupin County (30)  
      Greene County (4)  
      Jersey County (15)  
      Madison County (202)  
      Montgomery County (19)  
      Morgan County (19)  
      Sangamon County (170)  
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1Illinois (Macoupin County), Carlinville — Abraham LincolnCarlinville Lawyer
16th, President of the United States Born: February 12, 1809, Hodgenville, Kentucky Assassinated: April 15, 1865, Washington D. C. Presidential Term: March 4, 1861 - April 15, 1865
From a humble log . . . Map (db m195479) HM
2Illinois (Macoupin County), Carlinville — Abraham LincolnPresident of the United States 1861 - 1865 — Famous Quotes by Lincoln —
• We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses. • Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power. • My concern is not whether God is on our . . . Map (db m195623) HM
3Illinois (Macoupin County), Carlinville — Abraham Lincoln Spoke Here
Abraham Lincoln spoke here on August 31, 1858. (sic) In the course of his famous campaign against Stephen A. Douglas, for the United States Senatorship.Map (db m144483) HM
4Illinois (Macoupin County), Carlinville — Carlinville, IllinoisWelcome to Route 66 Illinois
Route 66, the Mother Road, is an American icon that symbolizes romance and freedom of the open road. Born in 1926, Route 66 was one of the first numbered U.S. highways, journeying 2,500 miles from Chicago to Los Angeles. Today, you can still "get . . . Map (db m144544) HM
5Illinois (Macoupin County), Carlinville — Circling The SquareRoute 66 in Carlinville
The first hard road connecting Chicago and St. Louis passed through the heart of Carlinville. In 1926, Route 66 opened from Chicago to Los Angeles and followed Route 4 through Illinois. The “Mother Road” Circled the Carlinville Square . . . Map (db m144482) HM
6Illinois (Macoupin County), Carlinville — Loomis House
This elegant fifty room hotel was built amid scandal in 1870 by Judge Thaddeus Loomis. Judge Loomis was one of the commissioners responsible for the building of the Macoupin County Courthouse. As courthouse costs continued to rise, Judge Loomis . . . Map (db m195433) HM
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7Illinois (Macoupin County), Carlinville — Macoupin County Revolutionary War Memorial
In Memory of Patriots & Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in Macoupin County Pvt. Samuel Brown   Va. · Robert Bushby   Va. · John Cheek · Thomas Dodson   Md. · William Gatv · Pvt. Wm. Gillespie   S.C. · Pvt T. Huriah . . . Map (db m196362) HM
8Illinois (Macoupin County), Carlinville — Macoupin County Veterans memorial
Let them not be forgotten for they have shown the world that freedom is never free.Map (db m195431) WM
9Illinois (Macoupin County), Carlinville — Original Site of the Ariston Cafe, 1924
This is the second oldest building on the Square. It was built in 1854 and was also the first building on the Square to be three stories tall. In 1924, Greek immigrant Pete Adam opened the Ariston Restaurant here. Business boomed two years . . . Map (db m144480) HM
10Illinois (Macoupin County), Carlinville — Six - Pounder
It shot a six pound iron ball, giving it its name, it could also shoot an explosive shell or canister. Six pounders, incidentally, were fired by six man crews and pulled by a team of six horses. It was born in 1839 at the Algar Foundry in Boston. A . . . Map (db m195831) HM
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Dec. 1, 2022