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(May 2012) Enlarge This building presently housing the Sherwin-Williams store sits on a lot Abraham Lincoln purchased during the town lot sale and watermelon christening ceremony August 27, 1853


(May 2012) Enlarge The Arcade Building located on the south side of Courthouse Square started out as a stable


(May 2012) Enlarge This building at 5th and Broadway sits on the site of the Lincoln House Hotel built 1854. Lincoln stayed here often while performing his duties on the 8th Judicial Circuit


(May 2012) Enlarge Lincoln House Hotel Marker


(May 2012) Enlarge Conspiracy Marker on building that formerly housed the Rustic Inn Tavern in 1876 and where a gang of conspirators met to plan the theft of Lincoln's body from the tomb in Springfield, Illinois


(May 2012) Enlarge Site of the Rustic Inn Tavern on Pulaski Street


(May 2012) Enlarge The Dunlap House / Stagecoach Inn built in the 1830's to serve the traveling public on the stage line between Springfield and Peoria. Abraham Lincoln stayed here while serving the needs of the 8th Judicial Circuit


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