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    have one of the greatest statues in the world with the Lincoln Memorial however, Abraham Lincoln in my eyes defiantly deserves to be honored at the highest possible level. Also you have Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement. Although not every great person can be appreciated with a statue of themselves, those who do are some of the most influential people in regards to what they did. Abraham Lincoln is mostly known for freeing the slaves with the…

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    ---Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln was elected President on November 6 1860, as 16th president of the United States, until he was assassinated on April 14, 1865, in Washington, D.C. Abraham Lincoln was born on Feb. 12, 1809 in a log cabin in Hardin County (now Larue County), in Kentucky to a poor family , his father was a carpenter. When Abraham Lincoln was eight, the Lincolns moved to Indiana.…

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    Abraham Lincoln relates to my topic Leadership and Legacy. He relates to the topic because he was a leader and stood up for anti- slavery. Abraham Lincoln inspired many people in the world. He helps to show people that slavery was wrong. Now other people who have slaves were against it. They thought it was wrong to not have slaves and help them out. Abraham Lincoln had a lot of history about him. Let’s get into the more important history, like his early life. Lincoln was born February 12, 1809…

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    Anyone with education if asked who Abraham Lincoln war, can help give you an answer right away. They most often tell you that he was the sixteenth president, or the more important answer, “He was the president who set the slaves free.” Those are both correct, but the reason why we're here talking about this great man is because of all the actions he took in order to stand up for what he believed in. Abraham was a man who had a vision to one day free all slaves and he did so years after. That was…

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    Abraham Lincoln: The Tall President Who Wore a Top Hat One day, young Abraham Lincoln sat outside his home in Indiana, with two gingerbread men. Then, his poor neighbor came along and said, “Abe, gimme a man”. Reluctantly, Lincoln handed over the gingerbread man, yet his friend devoured the treat in two bites. “Gimme the other’n” said the neighbor. Again, he handed it over. “You seem to like gingerbread men” young Lincoln observed. “Abe,” the boy said, “I don’t s’pose anybody on earth likes…

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    The LIncoln Memorial Abraham's LIfe Boom! the sound of a gunshot echoed through the theatre. The next morning Abraham LIncoln was dead. Abraham was born in a log cabin in Hardin County, Kentucky on February 12, 1809. When young Abraham was nine years old, tremetol (milk sickness) at the age of 34. The event was devastating on him He walked away from his father and resented the hard work placed on him at a young age. A few months later abraham's dad married Sarah Bush Johnston, a Kentucky…

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    Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States and he was a very underestimated leader. Since before him some presidents were not stern whilst in office. The South underestimated the power Lincoln possessed and left the union when President Lincoln was elected into office. He made the largest impression in history as the president during the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809 in a small log cabin in Kentucky. In 1816, his family moved to…

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    THE WORTHY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN WITH THE TITLE “THE GREAT EMANCIPATOR” Nowadays, the United States is one of the great countries in the world. The Presidents and government have contributed so much to the development of the country. One of the best presidents in the history of America is Abraham Lincoln who deserves the accolade “The Great Emancipator”. Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12th, 1809 in Hardin, Kentucky. Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican elected to the position of…

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    Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States of America and is regarded as one of the most courageous politicians of our time. Lincoln astonished the nation with his eloquence during his presidency, while emancipating slavery and being the savior of the nation while it was at war with itself. President Lincoln held presidency that all nations strive to achieve today. On February 12, 1809, Abraham Lincoln was born in Hodgeville, Kentucky to Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks Lincoln.…

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    Abraham Lincoln He was a small town boy born in what was considered a slave state at the time. Abraham Lincoln was a man of many talents, from engineer to politician, from living in Kentucky to Illinois, he was able to see things from many different angles in his young life. Little did he know that some day he would be a name that is still talked about today. Abraham, Abe, Lincoln, an American icon, started out as a young boy living in Illinois, and through his many years he learned how to…

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