Deed to forty acres of land sold to Thomas Lincoln by the state of Illinois, 1836 July 2.

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Illinois. Governor (1834-1838 : Duncan). Deed to forty acres of land sold to Thomas Lincoln by the state of Illinois, 1836 July 2.

Deed to forty acres of land sold to Thomas Lincoln by the state of Illinois, 1836 July 2.

1 item (1 p.) ; 27 x 33 cm.

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Duncan, Joseph, 1794-1844

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From Jacksonville, Illinois, sixth governor of the state, had previously served in the War of 1812, the Black Hawk War, the state legislature, and U.S. Congress. Born in Paris, Kentucky, came to Illinois, where his brother Matthew was the publisher of the Kaskaskia "Herald", after the War of 1812. He married Elizabeth Caldwell Smith in 1828 and the couple moved to Jacksonville, Ill. Duncan had been quite wealthy, but due to financial problems within the state and a corrupt relative, he died leav...

Lincoln, Thomas, 1778-1851

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Laborer and father of Abraham Lincoln. From the description of Collection concerning Thomas Lincoln, 1796-1919. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71015074 ...

William E. Barton Collection of Lincolniana (University of Chicago)

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Barton, William Eleazar, 1861-1930

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Clergyman. From the description of William Eleazar Barton address, 1923. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79453232 Minister First Congregational Church, Oak Park, Illinois, 1899-1924; author; Abraham Lincoln biographer. From the description of Papers, 1920s. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat record id: 77514474 Congregational clergyman, author. From the guide to the William E. Barton letter to Mr. Graff, 1900, (The New York Publi...

Illinois. Governor (1834-1838 : Duncan)

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Joseph Duncan (1794-1844), Whig governor of Illinois (1834-1842) was born at Paris, Ky. on Feb. 22, 1794. He moved to Illinois in 1818, following service in the War of 1812, for which Congress presented him a sword for his role in the defending Fort Stephenson. Duncan was commissioned a Major General of the Illinois Militia (1823); elected state senator from Jackson County (1824) and served in the U. S. House (1827-1834). While in Washington, D. C., he met Elizabeth Caldwell Smith at a small din...