Abraham lincoln birthplace

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park, Kentucky

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park, Hodgenville ky my grandkids like going up & down these steps

Abraham Lincoln boyhood home in Kentucky

President Lincoln's childhood home in Kentucky. (this is a reconstruction of the cabin . the original cabin fell to pieces decades ago) - Kentucky trip Sept.

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park: Hodgenville, KY

Birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park, Hodgenville, Kentucky - Built at the location of Lincoln's birth the solid marble, neoclassical monument houses the symbolic cabin of Lincoln's birth.

Abraham Lincoln was born Feb. 12, 1809 in a log cabin at Sinking Springs Farm, when that part of Kentucky was still a rugged frontier.  This is the symbolic cabin of Lincoln's birthplace at the National Historic Site.

The National Park Services houses photos from Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park. Great for adding to lessons!

Photo of the old cabin claimed to be Abraham Lincoln's Birthplace:  ~   Lincoln's Birthplace, Hodgenville, Kentucky  - (Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin)

Photo of the old cabin claimed to be Abraham Lincoln's Birthplace: ~ Lincoln's Birthplace, Hodgenville, Kentucky - (Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin)

Abraham Lincoln's Birthplace

Honest Abe, Abraham Lincoln, The First Civil Rights Leader Republican Party.

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace, Hodgenville, KY. My senior class picture was taken on these steps.

Honest Abe, Abraham Lincoln, The First Civil Rights Leader Republican Party.

Lincoln: The Kentucky Years

Honest Abe, Abraham Lincoln, The First Civil Rights Leader Republican Party.

women looking into the windows of Abraham Lincoln's birthplace

Honest Abe, Abraham Lincoln, The First Civil Rights Leader Republican Party.

Abraham Lincoln's Birthplace, Hodgenville, KY  -  National Park Service Site.

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park in Hodgenville, Kentucky. My mom took me here when I was younger. She told us kids to touch the cabin even though the sign said not to. Please don't call the NPS police on me.

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