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Lincoln, Abraham
Lincoln, Abraham
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B-4246 President Lincoln
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Lincoln Memorial
Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln
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B-6346 Photograph of President Abraham Lincoln
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Washington, D.C.  November 8, 1863
Washington, D.C. November 8, 1863
Photo by Alexander Gardner.
Urbana, IL       April 25, 1858
Urbana, IL April 25, 1858
Photo by Samuel G. Alschuler.
Beardstown, IL  May 7, 1858
Beardstown, IL May 7, 1858
Photo by Abraham M. Byers.
Washington, D.C.  April 6, 1861
Washington, D.C. April 6, 1861
Photo by Brady Gallery.
Washington, D.C.  February 24, 1861
Washington, D.C. February 24, 1861
Stereo photo by Brady Gallery.
Washington, D.C.  February, 1865
Washington, D.C. February, 1865
Stereo photo by Lewis E. Walker.
Washington, D.C.  February, 1865
Washington, D.C. February, 1865
Stereo photo by Lewis E. Walker.
Washington, D.C.  January 8, 1864
Washington, D.C. January 8, 1864
Stereo photo by Brady Gallery.
Washington, D.C.  March 4, 1865
Washington, D.C. March 4, 1865
Photo by Alexander Gardner. Lincoln's second innauguration. John Wilkes Booth is supposedly visable in the crowd at the upper right of the photograph.
Washington, D.C.  March 6, 1865
Washington, D.C. March 6, 1865
Photo by Henry F. Warren. The second of two images recorded on the White House balcony. This is the last known photograph of Abraham Lincoln.
Washington, D.C.  March 6, 1865
Washington, D.C. March 6, 1865
Photo by Henry F. Warren. The first of two images recorded on the White House balcony.
Washington, D.C.  March 4, 1865
Washington, D.C. March 4, 1865
Photo by Alexander Gardner. Lincoln's second innauguration.
Washington, D.C.  March 4, 1865
Washington, D.C. March 4, 1865
Photo by William M. Smith. Lincoln's second innauguration. This image was among those published by Alexander Gardner.
Washington, D.C.  March 4, 1865
Washington, D.C. March 4, 1865
Photo by Alexander Gardner. Lincoln's second innauguration.
Washington, D.C.  February, 1865
Washington, D.C. February, 1865
Photo by Lewis E. Walker.
Washington, D.C.  February 5, 1865
Washington, D.C. February 5, 1865
Photo by Alexander Gardner. This was once thought to be the last photograph of Abraham Lincoln.
Washington, D.C.  February 5, 1865
Washington, D.C. February 5, 1865
Photo by Alexander Gardner.
Washington, D.C.  February 5, 1865
Washington, D.C. February 5, 1865
Photo by Alexander Gardner.
Washington, D.C.  February 5, 1865
Washington, D.C. February 5, 1865
Photo by Alexander Gardner.
Washington, D.C.  April 16, 1865
Washington, D.C. April 16, 1865
A controversal image published by John B. Bachelder. If this is a genuine photograph, it has been heavily retouched.
Washington D.C.  March 6, 1865
Washington D.C. March 6, 1865
Photo by Henry F. Warren. Lincoln is thought to be one of the figures visable in the photograph.

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Person:
Abraham Lincoln 2
Age in 1860: 51 2
Birth:
Kentucky 1
Birth:
12 Feb 1809 1
Male 1
Birth:
Ky 2
Male 2
Estimated Birth Year: 1809 2
Death:
15 Apr 1865 1
Washington D.C. 1
Cause: Assassination/ GSW-Head 1
Death:
1865 1
Burial:
Burial Place: Oak Ridge Cemetery;Springfield, Il 1
Residence:
Place: Dist No 16 City Of Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois 2
From: 1860 2
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Marriage:
Mary Todd 1
Spouse Death Date: July, 1872 1
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Child:
Robert Lincoln 1
Child:
Eddie Lincoln 1
Child:
Willie Lincoln 1
Child:
Tad Lincoln 1

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Abraham Lincoln in the 1860 Census

Future 16th President of the United States and his family.

President Lincoln's body has been moved 10 times; the last being on September 26, 1901 when he was buried @ Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, Illinois. [Source] History Channel

Assassinated by John Wilkes Booth

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