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Abraham Lincoln

Lincoln,the 16th President

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What was Abraham Lincoln called and why The Log Cabin President; He was born in a log cabin
How tall did he grow 6' 4"
Use three words to describe Lincoln Wise, honest, and funny
Abraham Lincoln often read the... Bible
Describe Lincoln's political career He practiced law in Illinois and became a congressman. In 1860 he was nominated as the Republican candidate for President
When did Lincoln give the Gettysburg Address 1863 on the battlefield site
What was the Emancipation Proclamation and when was it issued It said that slaves were free and it was issued 1863
How did Lincoln think the South should be treated With kindness
When and how did Abe Lincoln sie He was shot and killed by John Wilkes Booth on April 14, 1865
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