We won the war, now every slaves in the states and confederacy is free. I am Abraham Lincoln I was born February 12th,1809 in a log-cabin in Hardin county, Kentucky. My dad was Thomas Lincoln, and My mom was Nancy Lincoln. I had an elder sister Sarah and a younger brother Thomas who died when he was a baby. On October 5th, 1818, my mom Nancy Lincoln suffered milk sickness and "left for the heavenly above". I had the love for Debate and speech which made my interest in politics expand. I was interested in local and national Issues, so I got into politics in 1832 at the age of 23. I married Mary Todd and we had four boys, William, Robert, Edward, and Tad.
Event #1: On August 4th,1834 My next …show more content…
'It freed all the slaves in the states and confederacy'.
Event #7: In November 1863, I was ask to deliver remarks, which later became known as the Gettysburg Address, at the official dedication ceremony for the National Cemetery of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania, on the site of one of the bloodiest and most decisive battles of the Civil War. Also the war was not more important than the speech.
Event #8: A Year later on November 8th, 1864 I was re-elected president because I was nominated by the national union party. I ran against one person George B McClellan. With 400,000 votes I won the election.
Event #9: When the civil war started I was the commander in chief. Then on April 11th,1865 I guided the union to victory in the American civil war after General Robert E Lee surrendered.
Death/What I am currently doing: On April 11th, 1865 John Wilkes Booth was in the audience when I was giving my speech making African Americans citizen of United States America. Three days later on April 14th,1865 John booth decline the idea of kidnapping me now instead to assassinate me. John Booth used his actor's connection here to reach access to the president's box. Then while I was watching a play at the Ford's Theatre John Booth shot me in the back of the head. The next day I died at the house across the street. On May 4th,1865 I was buried in oak ridge cemetery in Springfield,