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By Jack Goldstein
Do you must recognize the $64000 proof approximately Abraham Lincoln's lifestyles? among many different issues, the sixteenth US President abolished slavery, made the Gettysburg tackle and was once assassinated while in workplace. This easy-to-digest book supplies the data you must learn about President Lincoln in handily organised sections.
Whether you're writing a background venture on 'Honest Abe' otherwise you simply are looking to discover extra approximately one of many maximum presidents of all time, this pocket-sized fact-book is a simple approach to get the data you will want, quick!
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Battles continued for the next few years, with the war finely balanced between the two sides. One of the famous battles was at Gettysburg, where after the Union had won, Lincoln made the famous “Gettysburg Address” speech. As 1865 approached and then began, more and more states fell to the Union, and victory was soon declared on the 9th May. The Gettysburg Address The Gettysburg Address was delivered on the 19th November, 1863. President Lincoln made the speech at the Soldier’s National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
President Lincoln did not however die immediately. Lincoln was taken across the street to Petersen House, where he lie in a coma for nine hours. 22am on the 15th April 1865. John Wilkes Booth went on the run for 10 days, hiding out at a farm in Virginia. He was found by Union troops and killed by Sergeant Boston Corbett on the 26th April. The Most Amazing Facts Lincoln was the first president to have a photo taken at his inauguration. Abraham Lincoln had no middle name. When he was 23, Lincoln bought a store, however did so badly that he ended up owing money on it.
Whether you are writing a history project on ‘Honest Abe’ or you just want to find out more about one of the greatest presidents of all time, this pocket-sized fact-book is an easy way to get the information you want fast! Key Facts Abraham Lincoln was born on the 12th February 1809. He died on the 15th April 1865. He was assassinated by a man called John Wilkes Booth. Lincoln was the 16th President of the United States. He led the country through the American Civil War. He brought an end to slavery in the country.