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This was the home of Adlai E. Stevenson I, Vice-President of the United States, 1893-1897. Stevenson was born in Kentucky in 1835 and came to Bloomington in 1852. He attended Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington and Centre College in Kentuc…
Dedicated to the memory of those from McLean County who made the Surpreme SacrificeWorld War II1941- -1945
"A rustic on his first visit to the circus" is how John W. Baddeley, an English immigrant farmer described Abraham Lincoln on his first visit to the McLean County Courthouse as a young attorney in the summer of 1837. Lincoln was wearing "ill-fitti…
The frame house (left) that once stood on the site of this Victorian mansion was the home of Abraham Lincoln's trusted friend, legal associate, and political manager, David Davis (1815-1886). The two-story structure closely resembled Lincoln's Spr…
This Victorian Mansion was the home of Judge David Davis, an associate of Abraham Lincoln's. Construction began in 1870 and was completed in 1872. The house is built of yellow hard-burned face brick with stone quoins in the corners. It is 64 feet …
Abraham Lincolntraveled this way as he rode the Circuit of the Eighth Judicial District ???1847 - 1857