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In 1999, Main Street Lincoln introduced ornaments with an image of the current Logan County courthouse, opened in 1905.
It's not as big a change as you might imagine. It's the same exact job. Cannon has worked for four years at the Government Printing Office making printing plates, a job he did commercially for three decades.
Stephen L. Carter , the author of this fictionalized account of the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, is both a law professor at Yale and a prolific writer.
Once upon a time, Democrats were the party of slavery, states' rights, secession and nullification.
Ron Carley's used his impeccable likeness to one of the United States' fondest presidents to create quite a stir when he's out in public.
Major General Daniel E. Sickles, Union General during the American Civil War, held an interesting position before the war in London, England.
Zaver, 10, marched in the Kishwaukee Fest parade Friday evening with the rest of his Cub Scout Pack 131 of DeKalb.
Acclaimed actors Chris Noth and Fritz Weaver join the cast of Lincoln's Favorite Shakespeare with John Douglas Thompson and Kathleen Chalfant .
Karen Sutera, director of the Harvard Diggins Library, helps set up an exhibit focused on President Abraham Lincoln, the Constitution and the Civil Way at the Harvard library Wednesday, July 24, 2014.
Did you know that Edwin Booth, brother of John Wilkes Booth, saved President Lincoln's son's life, prior to Lincoln's assassination? It's true! Edwin Booth was actually a nationally known Shakespearean actor, and happened to be in New Jersey at the time, coincidentally sharing a train platform with Robert Lincoln.
With the 1860 election of anti-slavery candidate Abraham Lincoln, the divisions between North and South reached their breaking point.
Healthy Communities Partnership is encouraging those who celebrate at the Beer Tent to receive a free and safe ride home during the Logan County Fair this weekend.
My family stayed for only a couple days, but it was enough time to explore a few historical sites.
RALEIGH, NC July 24, 2014 - From the massive amphibious attack on Fort Fisher, the largest by American forces until World War II, to the 6,000 acre battlefield at Bentonville to the site of the largest surrender of the Civil War at Bennett Place, participants in an exclusive, behind-the-scenes Civil War Sesquicentennial Bus Tour will learn details ... (more)
Jordan Perkins, 9 of Richland, wears a Lincoln hat Thursday as she reads about Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War exhibit at the Kennewick branch of the Mid-Columbia Libraries.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 05:41 am
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