• The Little Studio and Saint-Gaudens' home

    Saint-Gaudens

    National Historic Site New Hampshire

Saint-Gaudens and Abraham Lincoln

Augustus Saint-Gaudens with finished clay model of his statue "Abraham Lincoln the Man"
This year the National Park Service celebrates the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln's birth and certain parks are highlighting their connections to the 16th president. For a complete list of National Park Service sites with Lincoln connections please go to www.nps.gov/pub_aff/Lincoln200

Augustus Saint-Gaudens was a great admirer of Lincoln and created two monuments to the fallen president. A special exhibit and tour at the park features these two sculptures. A new, free booklet details the history and development of the monuments, as well as other connections between Saint-Gaudens and Lincoln.

Did You Know?

Corn Flakes Box

Augustus Saint-Gaudens was one of the first people to eat corn flakes. The cereal was invented by John and Will Kellogg in 1894 and commercially produced in 1906. Saint-Gaudens corresponded with Dr. John Kellogg in his later years and was prescribed Corn Flakes as a health food.