“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 Charleston, Illinois

Clickable Map of Coles 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> Coles County, IL (17) Clark County, IL (14) Cumberland County, IL (6) Douglas County, IL (2) Edgar County, IL (11) Moultrie County, IL (5) Shelby County, IL (13)  ColesCounty(17) Coles County (17)  ClarkCounty(14) Clark County (14)  CumberlandCounty(6) Cumberland County (6)  DouglasCounty(2) Douglas County (2)  EdgarCounty(11) Edgar County (11)  MoultrieCounty(5) Moultrie County (5)  ShelbyCounty(13) Shelby County (13)
Location of Charleston, Illinois
    Coles County (17)
    Clark County (14)
    Cumberland County (6)
    Douglas County (2)
    Edgar County (11)
    Moultrie County (5)
    Shelby County (13)
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1Illinois (Coles County), Charleston — Abraham Lincoln - Eighth Judicial DistrictCharleston, Illinois — County-Seat Marker —
Abraham Lincoln traveled this way as he rode the Circuit of the Eighth Judicial District···1847-1857Map (db m10938) HM
2Illinois (Coles County), Charleston — Coles County War Memorial
This memorial is dedicated to the men and women of the Armed Forces in all wars for the United States of America. Map (db m11000) WM
3Illinois (Coles County), Charleston — Rally After the Debate / Lincoln in Coles CountyLooking for Lincoln
Side One Top Section Nineteenth-century Illinois political campaigns and rallies were raucous affairs, part entertainment and part serious politics. The candidates were often accompanied or preceded by marchers, fireworks, flag . . . Map (db m30866) HM
4Illinois (Coles County), Charleston — Tribute of Coles County in Honor of Her Sons Who Fought for the Union
(Upper Portion):Tribute of Coles County in Honor of her Sons who fought for The Union 1775 - - 1781 1812 - - 1815 1846 - - 1848 1861 - - 1865 1898 - - 1898 (Lower Portion):A house divided against its self cannot stand. I believe . . . Map (db m11122) HM
May. 14, 2021