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Transcript of Abraham Lincoln
Hannibal Hamlin 4 Boys
ROBERT, Edward "Eddie", Thomas "Tad" and William "Willie" Emancipation Proclamation Jan. 1863
Free the Slaves
3 Million Feb. 12, 1809.
Hardin County, Kentucky 1847-49 Opposed Mexican War 1836 Lawyer
October 5 1854 Kansas-Nebraska Act Passed
Territory and Determined Slavery 1861 Civil War
Most Devastating Experience Ever 1863 Gettysburg Address
"Four score and seven years ago..." 1865 Assassination. April 14, Good Friday. April 15,
7:22 AM death
John Wilkes Booth
Ford's theatre Mary Todd
Years "Honest Abe"
General store clerk
Story About Abraham Things he did or was involved with Mary, Willie (William), Robert,
Tad (Thomas), and Abe Why he is a hero Lead civilization through
Civil War Freed African slaves Loved America
Helped us as much as possible Abe was a Christian to stay even when something went horribly wrong NOT A LIAR Famous Quotes "Jesus died for the world, Abraham Lincoln died for his country."
~Unknown "If slavery is not wrong, nothing is wrong."
~Abraham Lincoln "And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years."
~Lincoln "The best thing about the future is that it comes only one day at a time."
~Abe Lincoln "If you look for the worst in people and expect to find it, you surely will."
~Honest Abe Young years 9th year
Mom died Father got remarried
Sarah Bush Johnston 18 months of schooling
Self-education Named after Grandfather
No middle name Abraham Lincoln
is my HERO 1 sister(Sarah, Childbirth), 1 brother(Thomas Jr. Infancy),
Step-brother(John), 2 Step
sisters(Matilda and Sarah)