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    Abraham Lincoln: The Hero

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    Ab The Hero Abraham Lincoln became the United States 16th president in 1861, issuing the emancipation proclamation which declared “that all persons held as slaves” within the rebellion states” are, and henceforward shall be free. Today he is known as one of the greatest American presidents, but at the time of his election no one would have guessed Lincoln's success. By virtue of his humble beginnings and the attitude of people living at that time. “My dream is of a place and a time where America…

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    Abraham Lincoln Hero

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    Abraham Lincoln was a american statesman and lawyer who eventually served as the 16th president of the United States from march 1861 until his dreaded assassination in April 1865. Abraham was born on February 12, 1809, Hodgenville, KY, he had two siblings a sister Sarah Lincoln Grigsby and a brother Thomas Lincoln Jr. and eventually had a second brother but he died at birth. He also preserved the Union during the Civil War and brought about the emancipation of slaves. Lincoln was known as a…

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    Abraham Lincoln had many challenges to overcome when he was elected President. Some of his challenges were slavery, the separation of the North and South, and the rising tensions of the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln ended slavery, brought the United States back together, and ended the Civil War. With Abraham Lincoln’s knowledge, leadership skills, and kind heart, it made him one of the best presidents in U.S. history. Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809, in a log cabin. He had a sister…

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    Abraham Lincoln Dbq

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    Abraham Lincoln believed that all men were created equal. In his speeches and debates with Stephen Douglas, Lincoln made clear his opposition of slavery. Due to this, there were many mixed feelings amongst Americans regarding Lincoln's suitability as a candidate for the United States Presidency. Just like in today’s world, slavery is an implausible idea that would never be accepted, so too was the idea to abolish slavery back in those times. Although Lincoln proved to be an impactful President…

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    Abraham Lincoln Thesis

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    Abraham Lincoln did many things for the United States of America and it’s citizens. Many people have said Abraham was one of the most subtle and calm Presidents this country has ever seen. Abraham Lincoln was born in a log cabin just outside of Hodgenville County, Kentucky on February 12, 1809. While he was a young boy he worked for his father, Thomas Lincoln, each and everyday helping out around their family cabin. Abraham and his father really never had a great relationship with each other.…

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    Abraham Lincoln Thesis

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    On February 12th in 1806 the country did not know one of the most influential presidents would be born, Abraham Lincoln. As Lincoln grew up he overcame the hardships he was up against. He came from a hardworking family that did not have any education nor did they have much in an economical sense. Somehow Abraham Lincoln was able to come from an uneducated family to becoming a lawyer, apart of the House of Representatives, and finally the president of the United States. As the country 's 16th…

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    Abraham Lincoln was elected as the U.S. president in November of Eighteen Sixty. He faced the most serious crisis in American history after he was ceremonially sworn in as president. The Lower South including South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas had finally acted on their earlier threats. They declared secession because of the issue of slavery. Since Republican Party opposed slavery, the Lower South was afraid that Abraham Lincoln, as a Republican, would…

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    Abraham Lincoln Outline

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    Abraham Lincoln is a great communicator because he was one of the best speakers of his time, and as a politician he was a realist and a visionary that persuaded with his speeches, and also was one of the greatest leaders of our country whose legacy remains through time. BODY I. Being a man that struggled to overcome his humble beginnings, Abraham Lincoln fought adversity to achieve success to later become in the first Republican President of the United States. A. Abraham Lincoln was born…

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    Abraham Lincoln once said, “ I may walk slowly, but I never walk backwards.” This man, the greatest president of the United States, and one of the greatest American influences, was always pushing himself and this country forward. Although President Lincoln helped the country in innumerable ways, his name is still controversial concerning the impression he left on America. Abraham Lincoln was commonly known as the “Savior of the Union.” He has secured the reputation beside one of the most…

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    country or would it have broken up into two different countries? Abraham Lincoln was the 16th U.S president, who is best known for freeing the slaves. President Lincoln can be credited with being the one to maintain the United States as a whole country. Abraham Lincoln is influential to U.S. history because he was able to preserve the Union, he issued the Emancipation Proclamation, and he signed the National Banking Act. Abraham Lincoln was determined on keeping the Union united; he…

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