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16th President of the United States

capital of the state of Nebraska

long-wooled mutton sheep originally from Lincolnshire

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com)-- Sanderson Lincoln is inviting Phoenix customers to trade up to a Lincoln during the Lincoln Exchange Sales Event.
What Lincoln believed; the values and convictions of America's greatest president.
Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln By Doris Kearns Goodwin Simon & Schuster, $35.
JUST A THEORY, but maybe any given portrait of Abraham Lincoln reflects at least as much on the person assembling it as it does on Lincoln himself.
In addition to the typically frigid winter weather, the town's paper mill, Lincoln Pulp and Paper, had shut down on January 23, leaving hundreds of people out of work.
We know that as a boy and adolescent, Lincoln, according to his stepmother, "was not very fond of girls as he seemed to me.
On November 19, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln was in Pennsylvania to dedicate a national cemetery at Gettysburg, site of one of the Civil War's key battles.
Lincoln, the North American luxury brand of Ford Motor Company, is unveiling an industry first this week--a total luxury lifestyle environment at Time Warner Center in New York City.
Bennett points out that in 1849 Lincoln voted against an anti-slave trade resolution in the Congress and notes Lincoln's active support of the oppressive 1850 Fugitive Slave Law.
Worries that Lincolns would compete against Jaguars in the upper reaches of the luxury sedan market, the burst Ford profit bubble, and the $2-billion cost for a new and unique Lincoln platform reportedly put the renaissance on hold.
As Abraham Lincolns' inaugural loomed, his wife, Mary Todd Lincoln prepared to make one of the most important decisions in her tenure at the White House.
As they were about to leave, Lincoln volunteered something that caught Julia's attention: "I don't know why the price increased so much last year, but it's probably temporary.
Abraham Lincoln was a white supremacist who "wanted to deny Blacks equal rights because of their race and deport them to a tropical clime with people of their own color and kind," argues Lerone Bennett Jr.