Historical Markers in
Adams County, Illinois

A National Cemetery System A Quincy "Copperhead" A Victorian Cemetery Archaic Augustine Tolton Changing Slavery Charles Henry Bull House Charley's Run Crockets from Portico Douglas' Disciple Downtown Quincy in 1858 Dr. Thomas Edgar Musselman Dred Scott Decision Ernest M. Wood Office and Studio His Friends Rest Here Historical Society of Quincy and Adams County Honoring Soldiers In Honor of Those Who Gave the Ultimate Sacrifice In Memory of the Potawatomi Indian "Trail of Death" Indian Mounds Park Indian Removals - A Memorial John Wood 1798-1880 John Wood Mansion Limestone Capitals Lincoln Correspondent Lincoln Promoter Lincoln Recuperates Lincoln-Douglas Debate Lincoln's 1854 Visit Lincoln's Confidante Lincoln's Friend Johnston Lincoln's Honored Friend Lincoln's Quincy Lorado Taft (1860 - 1936) Madison Park Marquette & Jolliet Mississippian Morality of Slavery Navy Reserve Niemann Building Original Site of Quincy College Original Site of St. Peter Church Paleoindian Permanency of Slavery Political Allies Political Campaigning in 1858 Potawatomi Trail of Death Quincy Quincy National Cemetery Quincy Senior High School Quincy's Early Environment Quincy's German Heritage Quincy's Judge Douglas R. F. Newcomb House Racial Equality Ruff Brewing Company Search for Equality Spire Section Spread of Slavery Into The Territories St. Boniface Catholic Church St. John's Episcopal Church Steamboats and Railroads Stephen A. Douglas in Quincy Stone Smokehouse The Browning House The History of South Park The J. H. Brockschmidt Building The Latter-Day Saints in Quincy The Lord's Barn The Lord's Cabin The Monument The Mormons in Quincy Thomas Scott Baldwin 1858-1923 Trail of Death Tri-State Business Center Ulysses S. Grant Warm, Sincere Friendship Washington Theater Welcome to Illinois William L. King Building Woodland World Trade Center Artifact