SPRINGFIELD'S SCULPTURES,            Carl and Roberta Volkmann
MONUMENTS, AND PLAQUES              cvolk@aol.com
Abraham Lincoln arrived in Springfield, Illinois, in 1837 as
a new lawyer and left in 1861 as the president-elect.  His
Springfield story is revealed through plaques and
sculptures throughout the neighborhood where he lived
and worked. Those plaques and sculptures provide a
sense of reality and insights into the life of Springfield’s
favorite son.  
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LINCOLN'S NEIGHBORHOOD
Davidson's
Lincoln
Brenner's
Lincoln
Volk's
Douglas
Lincoln's
Funeral
Train