Friends of Lincoln Library column

The long road to Lincoln, part six: horses! horses! horses!

In 1852, Samuel Fleming had reunited with his family and settled back into life on the Mississippi River. But not for long. In his three-year absence, he had crisscrossed the Gol ...

Part one –Fascinating figs

Editor’s note:  This is part one of a two-part column on figs. See all of Jane Tahti’s columns at lincolnnewsmessenger.com. As kids, we loved the neighborhood fig ...

Separate but equal

Separate. But equal. How odd. Such a small town. Such a small collection of children per grade level. And yet we were separated for eight years. And yet , for no apparent rea ...

Jane Tahti’s columns are wonderful

Although it is wonderful to enjoy and enjoy remembering Jane Tahti’s interesting and informative series of Lincoln from times past, I especially enjoyed the April 24th art ...

Lincolnites talk about their library

From parents introducing little ones to their first books to seniors planning their next overseas trip — that’s how Lincolnites use their library. Friends of the Lincoln Libra ...