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Transcript of \Abraham Lincoln
The Emancipation Proclamation
The Gettysburg Address
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president.He was elected on November 6th ,1860 and assassinated on April 15th ,1865.
More Steel In Union
You can not escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.
Union had the advantage of transporting troops faster because they had more steel in the north
The success of Lincoln
Lincoln wanted to abolish slavery which was one of the main causes that started the civil war. The battle was between the union states and the confederate states.
Abraham was a faltering commander in chief during the civil war which preserved the united states
He was a strong supporter of the 13th Amendment that formerly ended slavery in the United states.
His foreign policy was successful in preventing other countries from intervening in American Civil war.
He issued a law that began the process of freedom of American slaves and allowed black soldiers to fight.
1. website title: The Accomplishments President Abraham Lincoln
Article Title: The Accomplishments President Abraham Lincoln
Date Assessed: May 21, 2015
2. Book Title: Abraham Lincoln and Civil War America: A Biography
Article Title: Abraham Lincoln and Civil War America: A Biography
Date Assessed: October 7, 2002
Publisher: William E. Gienapp