Lincoln Boyhood Home could refer to
- Knob Creek Farm - where Abraham Lincoln lived from 1811-1816 in Larue County, Kentucky
- Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial - where Abraham Lincoln lived from 1816-1830 in Spencer County, Indiana
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