- SKU: 25487628
- Release Date: 02/26/2013
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As the railroads crisscrossed the country during the 19th and early 20th centuries, many Americans made their fortunes from the materials needed to build the tracks and locomotives. President Abraham Lincoln's son Robert Todd Lincoln made much of his money from investing in the railroads and used some of this wealth to build his home, Hildene. In 1905, this handsome Georgian Revival-style home was completed. A&E also visits the Hay House in Macon, GA, which first served as the home of William Butler Johnson and his wife. Its Italian Renaissance Revival style was complemented by the art purchased by the couple in Europe during their 19th century travels. The 62-room Lockwood-Mathews home is also featured. ~ Elizabeth Smith, Rovi