President Lincoln


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16th President of the United States

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The letter adds: "At the height of the Civil War President Lincoln wrote to the cotton workers of northern England that 'whatever misfortune may befall your country or my own, the peace and friendship which now exists between the two nations will be, as it shall be my desire to make them, perpetual'.
Berg also reveals that President Lincoln spoke with venerable Cherokee Chief John Ross, at the time an elderly man.
Following a program with multiple choirs, speeches and reenactments by a President Lincoln look-alike, there was a flurry of activity outside with informational booths, games, food and special tours of the Fort.
How could congressmen from Connecticut--a state that supported President Lincoln and lost thousands of her sons fighting against slavery on the Union side of the Civil War--have been on the wrong side of history?
Statesmen by day, hunter by night, President Lincoln sets out to crush vampires and their slaveowning helpers.
Vice President Lincoln Property Company Dallas, Texas
I noticed an error regarding the image of Allan Pinkerton and President Lincoln ["The War That Made Us Who We Are"] taken in 1862, two weeks after the battle of Antietam.
On April 19, 1861, President Lincoln declared a naval blockade on the ports of the seceded states.
ISTANBUL, Nov 10, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish Coalition of America President Lincoln McCurdy said that the coalition aimed at establishing bridges of friendship by further improving Turkey-the United States relations.
Work (an independent historian) examines 16 of the "political generals" appointed by President Lincoln to support the Union effort during the Civil War.
Burt Cohen's March 13 screed against President Lincoln ("There's another way to look at Lincoln," March 13-26 NHBR), let me correct a few factual errors.
Speakers included AMERICAN FORESTS' Executive Director Deborah Gangloff, Director of the National Geographic Museum Susan Norton, and even President Lincoln himself, portrayed by Charles Brady.
He plays treasure seeker Benjamin Franklin Gates (Nicolas Cage), who has to clear the family name after one of his ancestors is linked to the assassination of President Lincoln in 1865.
It replaces the watermark portrait of President Lincoln found on older design $5 bills.
President Lincoln was opposed to slavery, and against a divided United States.
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