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  1. Anecdoten Von Abraham Lincoln, Und Lincoln's Erzählungen: Enthaltend Geschichten Aus Seiner Jugend, Geschicten Aus Seinem Berufsleben, Episoden Aus Dem ... Vermischte Geschichten (German Edition) by Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, Simon Andreas tr, 2010-10-15
  2. Speeches of Abraham Lincoln, including inaugurals and proclamations; Volume 2 by Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, 2010-10-15
  3. Abraham Lincoln: El Jefe Del Pueblo Americano En Su Contienda Para Mantener La Existencia Nacional (Spanish Edition) by Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, Nott Charles C, 2010-10-15
  4. The writings of Abraham Lincoln Volume 6 by Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, Roosevelt Theodore 1858-1919, 2010-10-06
  5. The words of Abraham Lincoln: for use in schools Volume c.1 by Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, 2010-10-15
  6. Political Debates Between Hon. Abraham Lincoln And Hon. Stephen A. Douglas: In The Celebrated Campaign Of 1858, In Illinois by Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, 2010-10-14
  7. Life and works of Abraham Lincoln Volume 2 by Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, 2010-10-14
  8. Abraham Lincoln's Stories And Speeches: Including Early Life Stories, Professional Life Stories, White House Incidents, War Reminiscences, Etc. by Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, 2010-10-06
  9. The Writings Of Abraham Lincoln by Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, Roosevelt Theodore 1858-1919, 2010-10-15
  10. Words of Abraham Lincoln Volume yr. 1894 by Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, 2010-10-15
  11. Life and works of Abraham Lincoln Volume 8 by Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, 2010-10-14
  12. An Anthology Of The Epigrams And Sayings Of Abraham Lincoln, Collected From His Writings And Speeches; by Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, 2010-10-15
  13. Political debates between Hon. Abraham Lincoln and Hon. Stephen A. Douglas: in the celebrated campaign of 1858, in Illinois Volume c.2 by Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, 2010-10-14
  14. Lives And Speeches Of Abraham Lincoln And Hannibal Hamlin by Lincoln Abraham 1809-1865, Hamlin Hannibal 1809-1891, 2010-10-06

81. Lincoln's Constitution: An Interview With Daniel Farber
Did Lincoln abuse the Constitution during the Civil War? Discussion with law professor Daniel Farber.

82. A Bust Of Abraham Lincoln
Information on the Bust of Abraham Lincoln found in the Fords Theatre in Washington DC.

83. USA-Presidents.Info - Abraham Lincoln
Provides a biography of American President Abraham Lincoln. Includes his portrait and a list of his Supreme Court appointments.
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Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln (February 12, 1809 - April 15, 1865) was the 16th (1861 - 1865) President of the United States, and the first President from the Republican Party. He is well praised for successfully restoring the federal unity of the nation by defeating the secessionist Confederate States of America and along the way, playing in an important role in ending chattel slavery in the United States. However, a number of states' rights supporters continue to view Lincoln as a tyrant who suspended civil liberties and suppressed the "legitimate right" to secede. He was not a popular president during his lifetime but he has achieved greatness due to his legacy. Order: 16th President Term of Office: March 4, 1861 - April 15, 1865 Followed: James Buchanan Succeeded by: Andrew Johnson Date of Birth Sunday, February 12, 1809 Place of Birth: Larue County, Kentucky Date of Death: Saturday, April 15, 1865 Place of Death: Washington, D.C.

84. A. Lincoln Bibliophile
Dedicated to Lincoln books, pamphlets, and periodicals relating to the life and times of Abraham Lincoln. Contains detailed bibliographies of all Lincoln titles published since 1990.
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85. Illinois Historic Preservation Agency
Lincoln is often quoted and misquoted by public officials and celebrities. Research these common misnomers to ensure you do not make the same mistakes yourself.

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Lincoln signed document Other Misnomers Lincoln Never Said That By Thomas F. Schwartz, Ph.D. Anyone who has glanced at a cereal box, herbal tea package, inspirational book, or restaurant place mat has probably encountered a Lincoln quotation that rings hollow. Lincoln is often quoted and misquoted by public officials and celebrities. Members of Congress have access to researchers at the Library of Congress to keep right with Lincoln's words. But even this resource cannot keep spurious Lincoln's quotations from being uttered by members of Congress. One might well ask, "What difference does it make if he did or didn't say this?" It makes a big difference to researchers trying to understand the past. Separating authentic words, reflecting a historical actor's thinking on a topic, from inauthentic or attributed words, reflecting the thinking of someone other than the historical actor, is significant in obtaining a clear understanding of the past. Many of the spurious quotations are so modern in tone and character that most people will recognize that the words were devised to express and plead a special cause or interest. The idea of enlisting famous and admired historical actors from the past to advance a modern agenda is familiar. In tracking down when certain statements appeared, one can often tie it to a modern controversy or debate.

86. Explore Historical Newspapers Online |
A free archive of over 25,000 newspaper pages about Abraham Lincoln
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87. Abraham Lincoln - Daguerreotype Of Young Abraham Lincoln
This site describes the research behind the Kaplan Daguerreotype portrait and the possibility that this may be the earliest portrait of young Abraham Lincoln.

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    full daguerreotype plate) In 1977 Albert Kaplan purchased the daguerreotype receipted as "Portrait of a Young Man" from an art gallery in New York. "When I first saw it I thought that there were similarities between the handsome, aristocratic, and tastefully groomed young man of the daguerreotype, and my mental image of President Lincoln." Over the years Kaplan researched and assembled materials which cast light on the physical man, Lincoln. Kaplan believed that the best qualified people to analyze the image, and the assembled materials, to consider whether the daguerreotype is of Abraham Lincoln, would be plastic and reconstructive surgeons who work with the human face. In 1987 Kaplan, then living in Paris, sought out Dr. Claude N. Frechette, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon at the American Hospital in Paris, whose report "A New Lincoln Image"

88. Martin
Reviews and dismisses accounts of a secret baptism.
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89. American President: Abraham Lincoln
Fact file and comprehensive biographical sketch based on PBS series. Also includes gallery and quotations.

90. Lincoln Miniature Painting - An Abraham Lincoln Discovery
Possible new Lincoln discovery is a miniature painting, believed to be dated 1840.
Abraham Lincoln Discovery The Study of a Miniature Painting with Strong Evidence as the Earliest Portrait of Lincoln
This research study links facts and strong evidence on the discovery of a miniature painting as the earliest portrait ever of Abraham Lincoln. The provenance genealogy , time-frame, geography forensics and endless amounts of information are consistent with this being our 16th president. Just 2" x 2-1/4" and housed in a leather case, this painting is a watercolor on ivory and believed to be circa 1842. Along with two research colleagues and the support of many, the information assembled is presented on this website designed by my son. It is our hope that the ever-continuing advancement in computer technology and forensic science will allow this to be placed in a proper place in history.
1865 Moore Portrait
1842 Miniature Painting
1842 Miniature Painting
1863 Gardner Print
1865 Gardner Print Lincoln's lower face from images without beard:
1858 Jackson Print
1860 Brady Print
1860 Volk Mask
Lincoln Miniature The following information on this miniature is a snapshot of evidence as found in the home of Mildred Downing:
  • Mildred's great aunt (Ann Curry Todd) was married to Mary Todd Lincoln’s brother (George R.C. Todd). Mildred’s aunt (Mattie Dee Todd) was the first cousin of Robert Todd Lincoln (Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln’s son).
  • 91. Absence Of Malice | History & Archaeology | Smithsonian Magazine
    In a new book, Historian Ronald C. White, Jr., explains why Lincoln s Second Inaugural Address, given just weeks before he died, was his greatest speech

    92. Pachyderm Presentation
    Online exhibit showcases rare correspondence between Lincoln and the Quakers during the turbulent years of the Civil War, in honor of the 2009 Lincoln Bicentennial.

    93. Abraham Lincoln
    Provides categorized links and related topics along with video, photos, timeline and fast facts.

    94. NMAH | Abraham Lincoln: An Extraordinary Life
    National Museum of American History online exhibition presenting a survey of Lincoln s life and accomplishments.

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