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Lincoln Memorial Bridge

2nd And Vigo Streets | Vincennes, IN.  47591
This beautiful structure marks the point where Abraham Lincoln crossed the Wabash River on his way to Illinois in 1830. Shawnee warriors, Tecumseh and his brother, The Prophet are set in relief approaching the bridge… Read More
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Tecumseh Sculpture

First & Hart Streets | Vincennes, IN.  47591
Tecumseh a Native American warrior had a significant presence in Vincennes specifically during his confrontation of William Henry Harrison, Indiana Territorial Governor when he demand that Shawnee land purchases be rescinded. A hand-carved wooden sculpture… Read More
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The Pantheon

428 Main Street | Vincennes, IN.  47591
The Pantheon Theatre was built in 1920 and hosted many famous entertainers including Vincennes' favorite son, Red Skelton. In the 1950's attendance was down and the cost of maintaining the huge theatre was too costly.… Read More
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USS Vincennes Monument

2nd and Vigo Streets | Vincennes, IN.  47591
Located at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial Bridge on Vigo Street, commemorates the four naval ships named for our community. The first U.S.S. Vincennes launched in 1826, was the flagship of a U.S. South… Read More
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Vincennes Masonic Lodge

501 Broadway Street | Vincennes, IN.  47591
The Vincennes Masonic Lodge is the oldest lodge in Indiana, chartered in 1809. The beautiful building was built in 1916 and designed by a Masonic architect. Read More
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Vincennes University

1002 N. First Street | Vincennes, IN.  47591
The first college in Indiana, Vincennes University is steeped in 200 years of tradition but is definitely in the 21st century. It is the State's premier transfer institution and leader in innovative career programming. The… Read More
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