• The First Lincoln Memorial

    Abraham Lincoln Birthplace

    National Historical Park Kentucky

Abraham Lincoln's Kentucky Influences

Lesson Plan Three

Abraham Lincoln was a very important president at a very critical time in American history. He was born in Kentucky and many of the people who influenced his life were also from Kentucky. Your product should give your readers/viewers insight into his life and any Kentucky influences you found in your research. Each student will have an opportunity to present their media pieces and we will have an opportunity to read the printed media.

Content: Social Studies
Grade Levels: 6 - 8
Length: 5-7 days

The lesson consists of the following items:

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Did You Know?

A picture of President Theodore Roosevelt at the Lincoln Centennial celebration - Laying of the Cornerstone

President Theodore Roosevelt was a part of the Lincoln Centennial Celebration. He dedicated the cornerstone for the Memorial Building on February 12, 1909.