National Geographic : 1952 Feb
© National Geographic Society " Uncle John Doyle Tells of Lincoln's Ohio River Crossing Near here the man who was to emancipate the slaves crossed as a boy of 7 from slave to free territory. More than the slavery issue, difficulty over Kentucky land titles motivated the Lincolns' move to Indiana. Kodalhromes by Ralph Gray A' Boy Scouts Watch Their Master Thirstily Tilt a Canteen These hikers follow Lincoln National Memorial High way, a marked road in Indiana and Illinois. On reciting the Gettysburg Address and turning in a Lin coln book report, each boy will earn a badge.