Indiana's Lincolnland, by Mike Capps & Jane Ammeson

Illinois may be known as the “Land of Lincoln,” but Abraham Lincoln spent the formative years from the age of 7 until he turned 21 in southwestern Indiana, living with
his family on a farmstead in the rolling hills of this beautiful rural area. The Lincoln family moved from Kentucky, crossing the Ohio River and settling in an area known as
Little Pigeon Creek in December 1816. Now known as Lincoln City, the town is just one of several stops on a back roads tour that takes wanderers through many historic sites, representing important moments in the life of a great man. Lincoln’s mother, Nancy Hanks Lincoln, is buried here, and the cabin where his cousin lived and Lincoln spent the night still stands. Folks wanting to retrace Lincoln’s life in southern Indiana can do so easily by following the narrow roads that traverse the 20-mile area where he lived and
traveled during those 14 years when he called Indiana home. The people of the region still claim Lincoln as one of their own. 
Softcover, 6 x 9, 128 pgs.

Indiana's Lincolnland, by Mike Capps & Jane Ammeson

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