Lincoln-era Log Cabin Village, Quincy, IL
This 1800’s Lincoln-era Log Cabin Village, is located in Quincy, IL in Quinsippi Island Park, accessed via All America Park, on the Riverfront, on Bonansinga Drive, on the banks of the Mississippi River. The Village has seven original 1800’s historic structures - four log cabins, log corn crib, stone smoke house and log church. Structures can be viewed from the outside, anytime from sunup to sundown. Special tours to view the inside of the structures village can be arranged by calling 1-800-978-4748 or emailing via www.seequincy.com. The Log Church is available for weddings, renewing marriage vows, meetings, etc.
The Park is open year-round, so the structures can be viewed from the outside, anytime. Nearby are two picnic shelter houses for family gatherings and picnics, plus a children’s playground area and restrooms. To reserve a Shelter House for a picnic or family gathering, call Quincy Park District at 217-223-7703.
Your help is needed. The 1800’s Log structures desperately need restoration. The Friends of the Log Cabins Association (FLC), is a non profit 501c3 organization formed to “restore, preserve and utilize” the Log structures in the village. The FLC hosts special events and conducts tours of the site, to educate school children and raise public awareness about the village. One such event is the annual Frontier Settlement Day scheduled for the second Saturday in September. The FLC needs to raise a lot of funds to restore the structures. Tax deductible donations can be sent to Friends of the Log Cabins, P.O. Box 3122, Quincy, IL 62305 click below on "Donations Form" and do a File/Print. The plan is to restore and preserve this village, so current and future generations can "reflect a bit from whence we came”.
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Saturday, September 14, 2013. Click for results.
Frontier Settlement Day, Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013 11 AM to 4 PM
Special Tours can be arranged.
Restore, Preserve, and Utilize the Lincon era Log Cabin Village for future generations.