“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 Mt. Pulaski, Illinois

Clickable Map of Logan 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> Logan County, IL (76) De Witt County, IL (14) Macon County, IL (23) Mason County, IL (3) McLean County, IL (79) Menard County, IL (17) Sangamon County, IL (141) Tazewell County, IL (3)  LoganCounty(76) Logan County (76)  DeWittCounty(14) DeWitt County (14)  MaconCounty(23) Macon County (23)  MasonCounty(3) Mason County (3)  McLeanCounty(79) McLean County (79)  MenardCounty(17) Menard County (17)  SangamonCounty(141) Sangamon County (141)  TazewellCounty(3) Tazewell County (3)
Location of Mt. Pulaski, Illinois
    Logan County (76)
    DeWitt County (14)
    Macon County (23)
    Mason County (3)
    McLean County (79)
    Menard County (17)
    Sangamon County (141)
    Tazewell County (3)
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1Illinois (Logan County), Mt. Pulaski — Abraham Lincoln - Eighth Judicial DistrictMt. Pulaski, Illinois — County-Seat Marker —
Abraham Lincoln traveled this way as he rode the Circuit of the Eighth Judicial District ···1847 - 1857 — Map (db m12187) HM
2Illinois (Logan County), Mt. Pulaski — Bi-Plane - Train Race 1910
The historic race between a Wright Brothers bi-plane (2 wings) and an Illinois Central Steam train took place September 29, 1910 from Washington Park in Chicago to the State Fairgrounds in Springfield. Wilbur Wright was a passenger on the train. . . . — Map (db m12323) HM
3Illinois (Logan County), Mt. Pulaski — Circuit Court StopLooking for Lincoln
Mid-19th Century Lawyers riding the eighth judicial circuit sometimes found that local accommodations left much to be desired. If they were lucky, a prosperous local resident would invite them into their home. If not, they were at the mercy of . . . — Map (db m41239) HM
4Illinois (Logan County), Mt. Pulaski — Lincoln's Law PracticeLooking for Lincoln
Lincoln illustrator Lloyd Ostendorf imagined this scene in connection with Mt. Pulaski's "cast iron tombstone" case that Lincoln handled on appeal in the Illinois Supreme Court in Springfield (1859). Two local residents separately sued Reuben Miller . . . — Map (db m41242) HM
5Illinois (Logan County), Mt. Pulaski — Mt. Pulaski Court House
Mt. Pulaski served as the seat of Logan County from 1848 to 1853. The First County Court was at Postville, now part of Lincoln, Illinois. In 1848 Logan County voters approved the removal of the Court from Postville to Mt. Pulaski. Local citizens . . . — Map (db m12327) HM
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Mar. 1, 2021