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88 Illinois National Historic Landmarks


Abraham Lincoln Home (Springfield) - 7/28/2006
The only home Lincoln ever owned, where he lived from 1844 to 1861 before going to Washington.
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Auditorium Building (Chicago) - 8/27/2010
Designed and built to house a world-class theater, it is one of the best-known designs of Adler and Sullivan.
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Cahokia Mounds (Collinsville) - 6/3/2017
The site of a pre-Columbian Native American city (c. 600–1400 CE), covering 2200 acres and containing about 80 mounds.
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Eads Bridge (East St. Louis) - 6/4/2017
Opened in 1874, it was one of the earliest long bridges built across the Mississippi, the world's first all steel construction, and built high enough so steamboats could travel under.
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Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio (Oak Park) - 8/29/2010
The 1889 family home and later working studio of the renowned architect.
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Frederick C. Robie House (Chicago) - 8/27/2010
Built between 1908 and 1910 and one of the best examples of Prairie style by architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
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John Deere Home and Shop (Grand Detour) - 5/9/2011
The site preserves the location where the first steel plow was invented by John Deere in 1837.
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Lincoln Tomb (Springfield) - 7/28/2006
The final resting place of the President.
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Montgomery Ward Company Complex (Chicago) - 8/28/2010
Located on the Chicago River, the former national headquarters for the country's oldest mail order firm.
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