Lincoln returns from Black Hawk War
After Captain Abraham Lincoln's volunteer company disbanded at Peoria,
he travels by canoe homeward to New Salem with George M. Harrison
down the Illinois River, their horses having been stolen. On July
17, 1832, Lincoln lands at Havana, Mason County, Illinois after
paddling with an oar he made in Pekin. John Todd Stuart of his company
traveled by horseback and met them at Havana.
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