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Was the 16th President of the United States from 1861 until 1865.
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ENG: Abraham Lincoln (February 12, 1809 – April 15, 1865) was the 16th President of the United States, serving from March 1861 until his assassination in 1865. He led the country through a great constitutional, military and moral crisis — the American Civil War — preserving the Union while ending slavery and promoting economic and financial modernization. Reared in a poor family on the western frontier, Lincoln was mostly self-educated. He became a country lawyer, an Illinois state legislator, and a one-term member of the United States House of Representatives, but failed in two attempts at a seat in the United States Senate. He was an affectionate, though often absent, husband and father of four children. After deftly opposing the expansion of slavery in the United ...
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President Lincoln visits Wesleyan

By Keorah Strain Published:Tuesday, April 26, 2011 Faculty and students at Texas Wesleyan have taken time out to acknowledge President Abraham Lincoln's impact on the United States. Abraham Lincoln: A Man of His Time, a Man for All Times, a national traveling exhibition that examines Lincoln's life, accomplishments and legacy, opened April 13 in the Eunice and James L. West Library, and will continue until May 7. "I enjoy the fact that we have an exhibit at Wesleyan for Abraham Lincoln," said Christina Daniel, sophomore liberal studies major. "He was a great leader of our country and it's ...

Let's Talk About: Abraham Lincoln and Edwin Stanton

Although they became friends later in life, Abraham Lincoln and Pittsburgh lawyer Edwin Stanton developed a dislike for each other during their involvement in the McCormick Reaper case.Mr. Lincoln had been a lawyer for 19 years before he was hired with Mr. Stanton, Peter Watson and George Harding to represent the Manny Co., which had been sued in 1855 by the McCormick Co. in a dispute over the patent rights of a farm tool design.Mr. Lincoln had been hired for the case not because of his experience or fame as a lawyer, but because he was inexpensive and could possibly influence the Northern ...

Lincoln: the larger than life role model

Posted: Jan 21, 2009 at 0314 hrs IST Washington: He could have chosen Frederick Douglass, whose oratory he praised to his law school students. He could have evoked Martin Luther King Jr, whose dream of racial equality presaged his own election. Or Franklin D Roosevelt, who inherited an economic crisis worse than the one he will confront. Instead, Barack Obama’s inspiration is a brooding rail of a man whose election 148 years ago triggered such scorn, ridicule and threats, he had to sneak into Washington to his own inauguration. Abraham Lincoln’s journey from the unruly frontier ...

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Abraham Lincoln Went to Beardstown, But Did He Pick Up Syphilis While He Was There?
A couple of years ago I gave a public lecture on Lincoln’s last days in 1865.  Following the discussion period, as I was leaving the auditorium, a woman approached me to ask one more question.  She hadn’t broached the subject earlier, she said, because it was so distant from my topic.  “Did Lincoln,” she wondered, [...]
Another Problem with Noah Brooks
Journalists may be the warp and woof of contemporary history, but if you pick at the threads too hard, the cloth can begin to unravel.  This blog first poked at Noah Brooks on December 13, 2010 (by chance, the anniversary of the battle of Fredericksburg), but for this week’s battle of Chancellorsville, 150th anniversary, the [...]
Yet More Hidden Abraham Lincoln
First it was 24 volumes, and now it is 20 more. About 2 years ago this column reported the existence of an Extra Illustrated edition of the Nicolay and Hay compilation of the Complete Works of Abraham Lincoln.  The original 12-volume edition of 1905 had been rejiggered for specialty collectors into 24 volumes, bound with [...]
A Photographer, a Teacher, and Two Musicians
The small world of the Lincolns in the 1850s, soon to grow much larger, has some interesting connecting points. We learned more this week, thanks to a genealogist, about the photographer who took five images of Abraham Lincoln just after his nomination in May 1860.  He was William Marsh, an English immigrant, who set up [...]

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