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*[http://www.lawpracticeofabrahamlincoln.org/Search.aspx Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln] This is a searchable database of all of Lincoln's papers related to his law practice. It includes papers concerning his cases, billings, etc. These records are primarily related to Sangamon County but he also had cases elsewhere. The papers include names of private citizens involved in the cases as well as businesses he represented. The names include witnesses, parties, attorneys, and others.<br>
  
 
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United States  Gotoarrow.png  Illinois  Gotoarrow.png  Public Records

Teachers of the public schools of Champaign County, Illinois


Many records created by city, county, and state governments in Illinois do not fit into the categories described herein. Records of mayors, commissioners, overseers of the poor, and schools are examples of government sources that may give information not contained in other records. Some collections that contain a variety of records, such as land, history, tax, court, or other records, may be classified as public records.

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