|I started the day going from Louisville to Lincoln City, Indiana, to go to the Monument for the Boyhood Home of Abraham Lincoln. This is where he lived from about age 8 until he moved to Illinois at age 22. They had a nice exhibit with a short film about his life there and a display of various items from those days. The visitor center is an interesting building; they have five walls that are sculpted and have quotes of him representing different phases in his life, - his time in Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Washington and his death. The site also contains a cabin site memorial, a cemetery where his mother and sister are buried and a restored living history homestead with costumed interpreters.