Abe Lincoln in Kentucky Photos

Abraham Lincoln was born in Kentucky (1809) near Hodgenville. His mother Mary Todd Lincoln was born in Lexington, KY.

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Steps leading to hilltop site of Thomas & Nancy Lincoln family log cabin where Abraham was born Feb. 12, 1809. Hodgenville, KY.Abraham Lincoln birthplace shrine (1909) protects log cabin. Hodgenville, KY. Architect: John Russell Pope.Abraham Lincoln Birthplace shrine dedicated to unity, peace & brotherhood among the States. Hodgenville, KY.Abraham Lincoln log cabin birthplace with wooden chimney. Hodgenville, KY.
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Portico of Abraham Lincoln Birthplace shrine. Hodgenville, KY.Lincoln's Knob Creek farm (1811-16) & replica of Lincoln's boyhood log cabin. Hodgenville, KY.Mary Todd Lincoln House (1832) (574 W. Main St.) where Abraham Lincoln visited & read his father-in-law's law books. Lexington, KY. Style: Georgian. On National Register.Plaque marks birthplace of Mary Todd Lincoln on Parker homestead dating from late 1700s. Lexington, KY. On National Register.
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Farmington (1815-6) (3033 Bardstown Rd.) was occupied by Joshua Speed, closest friend of Abraham Lincoln who visited house in 1841. Louisville, KY. Style: Federal. On National Register.Door of Farmington, home of James Speed who served as US Attorney General in Lincoln's cabinet. Louisville, KY.Farmington (1815-6) was built for John & Lucy Speed who had connections with Thomas Jefferson. Louisville, KY.

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