Mount Pulaski Courthouse State Historic Site, Mount Pulaski

#104 of 135 in Historic Sites in Illinois
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The Mount Pulaski Courthouse State Historic Site is a historic county courthouse located in Mount Pulaski, Illinois, United States. It was the county seat of Logan County from 1848 until 1855. It is one of only two remaining courthouses from Illinois's Eighth Circuit, the circuit on which central Illinois lawyer Abraham Lincoln carried out much of his practice of law. The courthouse is operated by the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency as a state historic site. Visitors are given guided tours of the recreated county offices and courtroom.

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  • If you enjoy driving through small towns in Illinois and visiting historic sites...this is good stop. The town square is not in great shape, but everything is well maintained. The courthouse has...  more »
  • This was worth a short stop on a long drive to see this historic courthouse site. It has very limited hours to visit inside: Tuesday through Saturday from Noon to 4 p.m. Since I visited on a Monday...  more »

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