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Address by President Lincoln at the Dedication of The Gettysburg National Cemetery November 19, 1863 "Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition …
To the Memory of the Soldiers of Vermilion County
Upper MarkerThis property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Lower Marker Local Historic LandmarkDanville HistoricPreservation CommissionDesignated March 27, 1991
Back of Stone Bench - At Entrance Dedicated to those who served, and to the principles upon which this great country was founded. This memorial stands in humble gratitude. Left Section Korea 1950 - 1953 Heroes of the Forgotten War* Mis…
This aircraft is in honor of Chanute Air Force Base and all its personnel1917 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 1993 Veterans of Foreign WarsJewell Whyte Post No. 728 Commander - Bob FrenchCo-Chairman - Hershall lee & Bob SmithMayor of Danville - Bob Jones
In Honor of Astronaut Joe Tanner - Danville Native - November 3, 1994 In memory of Astronaut Christa McAuliffe - Teacher - January 28, 1986"The Dream is Alive"
Abraham Lincoln occupied offices in a building on this site while practicing law in the Eighth Judicial District from 1847 - 1859.
Upper - Center Panel Honor and Glory to our Fighting HeroesCondolence to those who's loved ones have fallen in battle, and a proud though regrettable chapter in Vermilion County's History of World War 2. Lower - Center Panel Reflections o…
Abraham Lincoln1841 - 1861Lincoln attended the Presbyterian Church at this location when he was in Danville attending court. He and Reverend Enoch Kingsbury were friends. Lincoln appointed Kingsbury Postmaster when he was elected President.
Abraham Lincolntraveled this way as he rode the Circuit of the Eighth Judicial District ???1847 - 1857