Young Abraham Lincoln moved to southern Indiana with his family in 1816. After they crossed the Ohio River, the Lincolns made a path through the woods and made a place for their new home and farm. From the age of 7 to 21, Honest Abe grew up on Thomas Lincoln’s farm. Now the farm is a part of the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial Park. The Lincoln Living Historical Farm gives visitors an interactive experience of re-created Hoosier life in the early 1800s.