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Q: Mimi, have you ever visited the Bryant Cottage State Historic Site in Bement?
A: I stopped in Bement a couple of months ago but the cute little cottage was closed. I hear it's worth a visit.
Built in 1856 by Bement businessman Francis E. Bryant, it's known as the place where Stephen Douglas and Abraham Lincoln talked about their famous 1858 debates.