Stephen T. Logan
Stephen Trigg Logan (February 24, 1800 – July 17, 1880) was an American lawyer and politician.
He practiced law with Abraham Lincoln from 1841 to 1843. He served as Illinois circuit court judge and in 1847 was elected to the Illinois Constitutional Convention. He also served in the Illinois House of Representatives. Logan's son, David was a politician in Oregon, serving as mayor of Portland. Stephen Trigg Logan was a close friend and associate of Illinois industrialists and financiers Jacob Bunn and John Whitfield Bunn, who, at Logan's suggestion, helped Logan and others fund the 1860 presidential campaign of Abraham Lincoln.
- Lincoln/Net at Northern Illinois University Archived 2010-07-09 at the Wayback Machine.
- Carey, Charles Henry (1922). History of Oregon. The Pioneer Historical Publishing Company. p. 631.
- Jesse William Weik, The Real Lincoln: a portrait (1922), P. 283 (See: Google Books)
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