The Early Life of Abraham Lincoln - Governors State University

The Early Life of Abraham Lincoln - Governors State University

The Early Life of Abraham Lincoln Lincoln was born in this house.

Lincolns Grandfather lived here. Another picture of Lincolns house

. The front door This cabin was made of poles

not logs. It was closed on three sides. Lincoln lived here for about a year. It had dirt floors.

It was 14 feet square. There were poles stuck into the side of the building to make a loft to sleep in.

The bed was covered with leaves, skins of animals and old petticoats. Abraham Lincoln

Born: February 12, 1809 in Hardin County, Kentucky His father was Thomas

Lincoln. Nancy Hanks was Lincolns mother. They had a few pewter and

tin dishes to eat with. No knives or forks. Cooking utensils were a Dutch oven and a skillet.

His teachers in the pioneer schools in Indiana didn't have any arithmetic textbooks,

so Lincoln found some paper, which was hard to come by, tied it together, and created his own Sum book."

These are the words Lincoln wrote in his schoolbook when he was a young boy.

This is his Sum Book. Lincolns total time in school was about

one year. Lincoln read to his family. Lincolns Children

Mary Todd and Abraham Lincoln had four children. Robert was the oldest and lived to adulthood. Edward died at 4 years old.

William died at the age of 11 years old. Tad lived to the age of 18. This is a bureau or dresser used during the time of Lincoln.

This is Lincoln reading in his home as a young person. Lincoln rode a horse to many

places. A formal picture of Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln in front of his

house in Springfield, IL People used feather quills and inkwells

to write information. Lincoln practiced law in Shawneetown, Illinois.

Created for Governor's State UniversityAn Adventure of the American Mind by Patricia Finnerup McKinley School

Chicago Heights, IL Last Updated: September 4, 2004

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