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[Logan County Genealogical & Historical Society]     [Mt. Pulaski Courthouse]      [Abraham Lincoln in Logan County, 1834-1860]



114 N Chicago St., Lincoln
  62656

Hours:   Tue, Thur, Fri: 11 am to 4 pm
                 2nd & 4th Sat: 10 am to 1 pm
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Presidents of the United States are featured in the window of the Logan County Genealogical & Historical Society.  Commemorative plates, and books are displayed in addition to a heart.  Plates featuring Abraham Lincoln are available for purchase.  


2017 Spring Issue <-- click here

UP-COMING MEETINGS / PROGRAMS

LCGHS has been given permission to use State Bank's parking lot next to LCGHS for the program meetings.  Street construction in down-town Lincoln has limited the parking on the streets in the vicinity of LCGHS.

 

The Program meeting begins at 6:30 p. m. See you then.

Apr. 17:  Bill Donath will present excerpts from his most recent book,
 Generosity: The Story of Logan County Illinois During the Great War 1917-1919
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11 April, 2017 New Hearld News: LCGHS to host “Generosity” presentation April 17

Photo: Rachel Stapleton, Librarian at the Elkhart Public Library,
accepts a donated copy of the book, Generosity, The Story
of Logan County, Illinois, During the Great War, 1917-1919,
written by Bill Donath
of the Logan County Genealogical Society
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May 15: Tom McLaughlin, Director of Lincoln Heritage Museum at Lincoln College,
will present a Power Point program on the museum's current display:
 "Lovers of Liberty, Take Courage"
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All meetings are on the 3rd Mondays of each month (except for December) at 6:30 pm, with
the speaker being first on the agenda. We look forward to seeing you.  Please call Carol Farmer,
Vice-President and Program Chairperson, with suggestions for programs at 217-871-3510.




2017
memberships:  Cost is $15 for single; $20 for two persons at same address. 
 Send or stop by LCGHS.  Donations are always welcomed.

< click here for the membership form >





4 May, 2016 Lincoln Daily News:  Historical Society recognizes the Logan County Bar  (founded in 1862)

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