A 30-acre plot of farmland once owned by President Abraham Lincoln in rural Illinois was sold at auction Tuesday for $300,000.

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  • 30 acres once owned by Abraham Lincoln in Illinois sold for $300,000
    A 30-acre plot of farmland once owned by President Abraham Lincoln in rural Illinois was sold at auction Tuesday for $300,000. Retired farmer Ron Best sold the plot as part of his family’s 590-acre fa...
    02/12/2019 - 6:09 am | View Link
  • Illinois farmland once owned by Lincoln sells for $300,000
    CHARLESTON, Ill. — A plot of Illinois farmland that President Abraham Lincoln once owned has sold at auction for $300,000. A retired farmer in the central Illinois city of Charleston sold his family’s ...
    02/12/2019 - 5:17 am | View Link
  • 30 acres once owned by Lincoln head to auction
    Login to shop for Deals and books or to chat. CHARLESTON (AP) — A plot of Illinois farmland once owned by President Abraham Lincoln is heading to auction. A retired farmer in the central Illinois city ...
    02/11/2019 - 7:59 am | View Link
  • The land of Lincoln, literally: 30 acres in Illinois once owned by Abraham Lincoln head to auction
    A 30-acre plot of farmland that Abraham Lincoln once owned in central Illinois is heading to auction. Retired Charleston farmer Ron Best is selling his family's 590-acre farm, which includes the Coles ...
    02/11/2019 - 5:15 am | View Link
  • 30 acres in Illinois once owned by Lincoln head to auction
    CHARLESTON, Ill. — A plot of Illinois farmland once owned by President Abraham Lincoln is heading to auction. A retired farmer in the central Illinois city of Charleston is selling his family's 590-ac...
    02/11/2019 - 4:57 am | View Link
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