First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln resided in this fashionable brick residence between the ages of thirteen and twenty-one, and Abraham Lincoln was a guest here following their marriage. Personal articles from the Lincoln and Todd families are on display and a restored garden is located in the rear.
Hodgenville, Kentucky | Established as a National Park in 1916, the historic site preserves the early years of Lincoln's life with the enshrinement of a "symbolic" cabin in a neo-classic Memorial Building on the site where he was born.
Lexington, Kentucky | This historic site was the family home of Gen. John Hunt Morgan , "Thunderbolt of the Confederacy," and the birthplace of Nobel laureate Dr. Thomas Hunt Morgan, pioneer geneticist.
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