Located in Indiana, the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial commemorates and preserves the childhood home of the 16th US president. It was here that the young Lincoln lived for 14 years beginning in 1816, working hard and having the experiences that would help make him the great leader he was.
What better site to appear on a junior ranger patch than the place where Lincoln faced challenges as a child? Shaped like the NPS arrowhead, this patch shows the years that Lincoln lived there as well as an image of an axe splitting wood, representing the hard work he had to do. That makes this item a fitting reward for a child who successfully completes the Junior Ranger Program, facing and overcoming challenges like the young Lincoln.
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