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Postville Courthouse State Historic Site


category : Historic Sites
The Postville Courthouse State Historic Site is a reproduction of the first Logan County courthouse used from 1840-1847, which was one of the places where Abraham Lincoln practiced law. It features a period courtroom, offices and exhibits.


Admission: Donations welcomed.
Hours: T-S: noon-5pm. Closed major holidays
Address: 914 5th Street Rd.
Wheelchair Accessible Facility

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