One of Lincoln’s Favorites…

On the night of April 14, 1865, Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln attended a production at Washington D.C.’s Ford Theater. During the performance of “Our …

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Civil War Sesquicentennial

Did you know that on this day in 1861, the Civil War officially started with the attack on Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina? The …

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Where in Lincoln’s Indiana Boyhood Home?

How well do you know the area, more specifically, Lincoln’s Indiana Boyhood Home? Take a look at all of the images below and see if …

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Giddy Up!

Yesterday was a great day for plowing! Or at least they thought so over at the Living Historical Farm in Lincoln City, Indiana. Park Rangers …

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Is that Abe Lincoln?!

If you’re down in Rockport, Indiana, and see someone who looks like Abraham Lincoln strolling around town, don’t worry, you’re not seeing a ghost. Instead, …

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Lincoln’s baby chicks

It’s already been a morning full of surprises! The sunshine finally found us and even though the temperatures are still cold, the thought of spring …

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Step into our Office!

This celebration of family fun will be held on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays during the first three weekends of December. You and your family can …

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Who’s Mac?

Mac is the newest addition to the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial and Living Historical Farm in Lincoln City, Indiana. This 2 ½-week-old calf, Mac, was …

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“There I grew up” – Abe Lincoln

I caught up with Kendell Thompson, the Superintendent at Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, to get the “inside scoop” on the National Park and what this …

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Remembering tourism leader Will Koch

The town of Santa Claus and surrounding community have lost a wonderful man. The death of Will Koch was announced earlier this week to the …

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