Kentucky Panel at Lincoln Boyhood Memorial, Indiana

This is the first of five sculpted limestone panels in the cloister wall at the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. Sculptor E.H. Daniels depicts Abraham Lincoln's years in Kentucky (1809-1816), showing him in the middle as how he might have looked as a seven-year-old. From left to right: Jesse LaFollette, Thomas Lincoln, Dr. Christopher Columbus Graham, Nancy Hanks Lincoln, Sarah Lincoln, and Caleb Hazel.

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