EBOOK/PDF Abraham Lincoln Complete Biography and uotes

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Abraham Lincoln February 12 – April 15 1865 #was 16TH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 16th President of the United serving from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865 Lincoln #the 16th President of the United States serving from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865 Lincoln the United States through its Civil War its bloodiest war and its reatest moral constitutional and political crisis23 In so doing he preserved the Union abolished slavery strengthened the national overnment and modernized the economy Reared in a poor family on the western frontier Lincoln was self educated and became a country lawyer a Whig Party leader Illi.

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Abraham Lincoln Complete Biography and uotes

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Dential nomination and campaign Presidency 1860 election and secession Beginning of the war Assuming command for the Union in the war General McClellan Emancipation Proclamation Gettysburg Address General Grant 1864 re election Reconstruction Redefining the #republic and republicanism Other enactments Judicial appointments Supreme Court appointments Other judicial appointments States admitted #and republicanism Other enactments Judicial appointments Supreme Court appointments Other judicial appointments States admitted the Union Assassination Religious and philosophical beliefs Historical reputation Memorials All uotes and Thoughts of Abraham Lincoln. Nois state legislator during the 1830s and a one term of the United States House #OF REPRESENTATIVES DURING THE 1840S HE #Representatives during the 1840s He rapid modernization of economy through banks canals railroads and tariffs encourage the building of factories; he opposed the war with Mexico in 1846 Contents Biography Early life and children Early career and militia service Congressman Lincoln Prairie lawyer Republican politics 1854–60 Slavery and a House Divided Lincoln–Douglas debates and Cooper Union speech 1860 Presi.