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    time. Abraham Lincoln, standing at 6 ft 4 inches, was not only the tallest president, but was also the most productive. He aspired to end slavery once and for all, and to save the Union in the Civil War. In the Leaving a Legacy unit, many movements or people’s legacies have been researched to share with their classmates. Abraham Lincoln’s legacy was enforcing the Emancipation Proclamation, helping to end slavery in the southern states and taking a step toward racial equality. Abraham Lincoln…

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    Washington D.C. decided to commemorate their 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. They decided to make a monument using all the books written about Abraham Lincoln, which resulted in a tower of over 15,000 books—measuring about eight feet around and 34 feet tall (Forget Lincoln Logs). Abraham Lincoln has been the subject of thousands of books, television shows, and even movies such as; Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Steven Spielburg’s Lincoln. Paul Tetreault, director of Ford's Theatre made the…

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    Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States. Gaining presidency in the midst of the debacle of the Union, Lincoln utilized the characteristics he shared with George Washington such as “sure judgment,” “perfect balance of thoroughly sound faculties,” and “great calmness of temper, great firmness of purpose, supreme moral principle, and intense patriotism” to preserve the Union. (Britannica School) Lincoln devoted his presidency to reestablishing the Union, which he perceived as…

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    Abraham Lincoln, an individual who worked his way up the political ladder to the president, was one of America's greatest President after the civil war. Abraham Lincoln, also called “Honest Abe, The Great Emancipator, The Rail-splitter” he who had the skills and leadership needed to rule the US after the horrific, chaotic, life-changing period. According to the Chicago Tribune, he was successful in all five categories: “ leadership qualities, accomplishments /crisis management, political skills,…

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    Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln was the Sixteenth President Of the United States Of America. He was President in 1861 through 1865. Abraham Lincoln was very tall, he was 6 feet and 4 inches, his hat made him look taller. He had four children, Robert Todd Lincoln, Tad Lincoln, William Wallace Lincoln And Edward Baker Lincoln. Childhood Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809 in Hardin County, Kentucky. In December of 1816 A lawsuit against his family farm made have…

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    Civil War Journal Based on Seth Graham-Smith’s Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter People of the Civil War 1. Sec. of State William Seward Because of his prominence and support in the Republican Party, William Seward earned his position as the nation’s Secretary of State from 1861-1869, under Abraham Lincoln. William possessed the trait as an active abolitionist and contributed to the abolishment of slavery. In Maryland, he gave his overt suggestion to Abraham on waiting for a Union victory…

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    Ross Ifland Mr. Traughber English 9 May 20, 2015 Abraham Lincoln When people think of an American hero the first people that should stick out is some of our political leaders. One of the most famous political leaders today is Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln was the 16th President of the United States, he is known for the Gettysburg Address, and getting rid of slavery for he was the president of the union during the Civil war. Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809. He was born in a…

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    United states throughout the bloodiest constitutional political civil war. "A house divided against itself cannot stand," quoted upon Abraham Lincolns 'House Divided ' discussable debated speech. (Basler) The aforementioned speech managed throughout the candidate 's deliberation regarding Abraham Lincoln being the U.S Senate and Stephen Douglas being the Democrat. Lincoln delivered that quote from which occurred to acknowledge being three of Jesus breviloquent compacted dogma 's concerning…

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    Abraham Lincoln was more than just an important man, he was the man who ended slavery in the United States. He was the 16th president, lawyer, U.S. Representative, and the man who defeated the cruelty of men towards other human beings. Abe Lincoln is a very important historical figure because of the many things he did in his life. It all began on February 12, 1809 in a log cabin in Hardin County, Kentucky. Early in Lincoln’s life, his mother died, causing his father to marry a widow, Sarah…

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    most influential persons in American history is the one that kept America one nation: Abraham Lincoln. Truly, it is inspiring that one man born in a one-room cabin on the Kentucky frontier would someday be considered the greatest leader of the greatest nation in the world. Many today believe only members of the elite class can change the world, but the life of Lincoln begs to differ. A self-educated man, Lincoln received very little help in his career in politics. Being the first Republican…

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