Abraham Lincoln

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16th President of the United States

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Can someone tell me why Kenneth Brannah was playing Abe Lincoln in London?
Yet what separated Abe Lincoln from most politicians was his plain speaking, his welcome grasp of brevity and that his point was always understood by his audience.
My Best Friend, Abe Lincoln: A Tale of Two Boys From Indiana" is a juvenile book of historical fiction about the young Abe Lincoln.
Dubner uses his New Fork Times blog to sniff at the "nostalgia" "inertia," and "ridiculous pro-penny defenses" of Abe Lincoln fans stricken with "pennycitis," opining that pennies are best used as floor tiling at hipster bars in Manhattan's meatpacking district.
Ignoring available legal protections for your company is not good business management, just as my Abe Lincoln bank failed to protect my growing cash reserves as a young boy.
His first role on Broadway came in 1938 at the age of 20, playing opposite Raymond Massey, who was Lincoln in Abe Lincoln in Illinois.
But also on hand are reanimated versions of General Custer, Al Capone, Ivan the Terrible, Abe Lincoln, Napoleon, a giant squid and a whole lot of other animals and exhibits.
It's a reasonable adventure movie with Cage's Ben Gates trying to clear an old relative of plotting to kill Abe Lincoln.
Grandma tells them the stories of how some famous Americans like Ben Franklin, Abe Lincoln, Helen Keller and others have taken their lives in poverty to become successful.
So I can state that one night recently I talked with the good old Abe Lincoln.
The first, a smooth, young, unsexed, caped mannequin standing astride a brightly painted form and holding a NASCAR wastebasket, wears on the back of its head another face, this a sunglasses-sporting Abe Lincoln mask.
In total, these and other sources of class conflict sapped the will of many Johnny Rebs, especially those from upcountry and mountain regions, to endure for a cause that increasingly looked like a greater threat to their independent way of life than Old Abe Lincoln.
They saw the events in terms of people: occasionally famous people as varied as Hitler, Abe Lincoln, Mother Theresa, Nelson Mandela, Picasso and Che Guevara, more often very bewildered ordinary people caught by chance at the centre of things.
At the top of the knoll, a possibly crazed conspiracist rattled through a monologue over and over like an animatronic Abe Lincoln and stood guard over a booth running a loop of Zapruder footage and offering videos and pamphlets supporting multi-shooter theories.
I hit "search" on the TiVo to find out if Abe Lincoln would be making an appearance.