Here's my final installment of my latest photo series, posted in reverse order, of the Marathon Pundit family trip to Kentucky and Tennessee.
Abraham Lincoln lived with his family at a farm at Knob Creek near Hodgenville, Kentucky in a cabin similar to the one pictured here, residing there from 1811-1816. The Lincolns then moved to southern Indiana
In an 1860 letter, the future president wrote:
My earliest recollection is of the Knob Creek place.
Ten miles to the west, Lincoln was born in another log cabin, much like the one pictured a couple of posts down.
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