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Presiden Abraham Lincoln - Biography - American History - About.com
Abraham Lincoln was born in Hardin County, Kentucky on February 12, 1809. He moved to Indiana in 1816 and lived there the rest of his youth. His mother died ...
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President Abraham Lincoln - Fast Facts
Abraham Lincoln was a virtual unknown in the Republican Party in 1858 when he participated in a series of seven debates against Senator Stephen Douglas.
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Abraham Lincoln - American History - About.com
1 Subcategories in Information About Abraham Lincoln - Abraham Lincoln Assassination and More. Lincoln's Assassination (5) ...
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Patent for a President - Abraham Lincoln - Inventors - About.com
Abraham Lincoln had a strong interest in new technology and was the only United States President to hold a patent.
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Abraham Lincoln - 19th Century History - About.com
Perhaps no American has been written about more than Abraham Lincoln. His rise from obscurity to become one of the great leaders in history is a unique story,  ...
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Abraham Lincoln | Facts and Brief Biography - 19th Century History
The basic facts everyone should know about Abraham Lincoln, one of the great American presidents.
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Abraham Lincoln: Witty Quotations - Political Humor - About.com
A collection of clever, witty, and famous quotes by President Abraham Lincoln.
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Presidents' Day - A Day for George Washington and Abraham Lincoln
Presidents' Day: A Federal holiday created to commemorate the births of former Presidents George Washington (Feb. 22) and Abraham Lincoln (Feb. 12).
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Writ of Habeas Corpus - Definition, Lincoln's Suspension
Along with a declaring martial law, President Abraham Lincoln ordered the suspension of the constitutionally protected right to writs of habeas corpus in 1861, ...
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Images of Abraham Lincoln's 1860 Presidential Campaign
Abraham Lincoln was elected president in 1860, before it was possible for newspapers and magazines to print photographs. Yet a very curious public received ...
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