St. Mary's Warrick Hospital
Located in Boon Township, Warrick County, Indiana, Boonville is a small town of 6,246 residents as of the 2010 census. The city was founded in 1818 and is the county seat of Warrick County. President Abraham Lincoln studied law in Boonville, and when Lincoln and his family moved in 1816 from Kentucky to present-day Spencer County, their homestead was within Boonville's Warrick County boundaries. The future president frequently walked to Boonville to borrow books and watch local attorney John Brackenridge argue cases, thus earning Boonville the distinction of being where Lincoln learned the law. The city has a downtown square with unique shops and the Warrick County Judicial Center.