Located on the square and around the courthouse.
While living with his father on a farm about seventeen miles from here came often to Boonville to hear court trials and to borrow books from John A. Brackenridge. From this corner Abraham Lincoln traveled north by ox-team on the old Boonville-Petersburg-Vincennes road when emigrating to Illinios in 1830.
Sponsored by the Warrick County Historial Society
Erected in 1932
JAMES A. HEMENWAY (1860-1923)
Who through hard work, practical genius, and American opportunity, rose to positions of high honor and responsibility in both houses of Congress. His distinguished service to the state of Indiana was an important contribution to American ideals of good government. In appreciation of his qualities and service this memorial is erected by his many friends and a grateful community.
Warrick County Historial Society
Erected in 1928