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    his lanky height of 6’4”, Abraham Lincoln served as United States of America’s sixteenth president, and as every person of the past, shaped history to what we have become today; however, he carried a heavy duty and led the American people in a powerful way during a critical time in our nation’s history. Abraham Lincoln entered this world on February 12, 1809 to a humble home in Kentucky laid on dirt floors. His father did not even know how to read, yet one day Lincoln would read some of the…

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    your life that count. It’s the life in your years” (Lincoln). Despite being so young when he passed away, Lincoln’s achievements were worth a dozen lifetimes. Such accomplishments granted him the qualification of being a strong leader. One of his qualification to be a leader were his leadership traits. The traits Abraham Lincoln used to change America were standing for his beliefs, having unbiased opinions, and motivating others. Abraham Lincoln stood unmoving every single one of his decisions.…

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    Abraham Lincoln, “The Great Emancipator” When you ask someone who Abraham Lincoln was they right away can help you with an answer. They most often tell you he was the sixteenth president or the more importantly answer, “He was the president who help free the slaves.” Those both are correct but the reason why were here talking about this great man is because of all the things he did that led to his accolade “The Great Emancipator”. Abraham Lincoln was a president who did many things during his…

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    Abraham Lincoln, “The Great Emancipator” When you ask someone who Abraham Lincoln was they right away can help you with an answer. They most often tell you he was the sixteenth president or the more importantly answer, “He was the president who helped free the slaves.” Those both are correct but the reason why were here talking about this great man is because of all the things he did that led to his accolade “The Great Emancipator”. Abraham Lincoln was a president who did many things during his…

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    people think of when they think of Abraham Lincoln? Is it the top hat? An ax? Savior of the Union or Self-Made Man? These images and concepts have captured the imagination of directors and screen play writers for decades and thus they make up what the majority of the nation thinks of Abraham Lincoln. Within these films, however, there is not just historical fact, there is also fiction and ulterior motives. The films Abraham Lincoln, Young Abe Lincoln, and Abe Lincoln in Illinois are just three…

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    Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln grew up poor, but still grew up dreaming that he could change the world and he freed slaves all over the USA and he is proud of that. Early life Abraham's first time seeing the world was in hardin county,kentucky on February 12 1809. As a kid, it was hard for Lincoln because he was moving 24/7, Moved to many different places like Macon county,indiana,and illinois. It was also hard because his parents were illiterate. One of the things lincoln loved to is to…

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    Mead, Lyle, Narrator. The Conspiracy of Abraham Lincoln. , YouTube, 2009. In this video, the narrator goes into detail about the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. In the beginning, John Wilkes Booth is described as ensuring that he can definitely escape, making sure that the notch and stick are still on the exit. He then awaits the climactic scene, then as the audience begins to laugh, he shoots Abraham Lincoln on top of the balcony of the theatre. Then, Wilkes quickly rushes out of the theatre,…

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    Abraham "Abe" Lincoln is a 15 year old, single, Caucasian, who's a command right hand male who can likewise compose with his left hand who has been admitted to a psychiatric healing facility on an automatic hold in light of the fact that he has happened to risk to other and himself. On January 15, 1996 Lincoln undermined to execute himself with a blade after a warmed contention which happened with his dad Mr. Abraham. After the contention the father discovered two or three pictures Abe had drawn…

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    made them effective leader. Abraham Lincoln has very unique leadership style; he often tells a story to demonstrated his point. But not only he has unique style of leadership, he also love his country very much. For the loved of his country, he fought to keep his nation not to split apart, freed the slaves, and his dedication to develop the future of agriculture and education system that’s why he is the considered the greatest president of the United States. Abraham Lincoln bravely fought to…

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    Lincoln once said, “I am not bound to win, but I am bound to be true. I am not bound to succeed, but I am bound to live by the light that I have. I must stand with anybody that stands right, and part with him when he goes wrong” (Lincoln). Abraham Lincoln is a very important and well-known historical figure. Although Abraham Lincoln grew up in the Kentucky frontier, he also had an interesting political background and became the sixteenth president of the United States. Abraham Lincoln’s…

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