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  • and wild pigeons were displayed in the markets. — December, 1859, Abraham Lincoln consented that his friends might advance his candidacy as presidential
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  • Biography Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years (1926) Abe Lincoln Grows Up (1928) Mary Lincoln: Wife and Widow (1932) (biography) Abraham Lincoln: The War
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  • George H.W. Bush won against Michael Dukakis. That Sally rooted for Abraham Lincoln is not unexpected, as he is often referred to with reverence by various
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  • Jefferson Davis Abraham Lincoln First Battle of Manasses (Bull Run) Second Battle of Manasses (Bull Run) Jim CrowKu Klux ClanSinmiyangyo Charles H. Winfield
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  • 02/1903 303 \x{2014} 4¢ Ulysses S. Grant 02/1903 304 \x{2014} 5¢ Abraham Lincoln 01/1903 307 \x{2014} 10¢ Daniel Webster 02/1903 308 \x{2014}
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  • Jackson 2¢, 1863, the "Black Jack" Thomas Jefferson 5¢, 1861 Abraham Lincoln 15¢, 1866 George Washington 3¢, 1862 revenue stamp
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  • certain word ~ ~auto loan synonymous search * red * blue separated by one or more words 1..100 "abraham lincoln" 1860...1861 number range search
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  • died from malnutrition, starvation, and war-engendered disease. The Abraham Lincoln Brigade was an organization of United States volunteers supporting
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  • 6: Salmon P. Chase, served December 15, 1864–May 7, 1873† Appointed by: Abraham Lincoln  
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  • Benjamin Franklin 1¢, green Abraham Lincoln 4¢ Ulysses S. Grant 5¢
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  • translate word-for-word. For example, Napoléon est pour l'esclavage ; Abraham Lincoln, quant à lui, trouve cette idée abominable. The expression lors de
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  • is a political cartoon from the mid-nineteenth century. It depicts Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson repairing the rift that had caused the American
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  • precognition do exist, however. Two weeks before his assassination, Abraham Lincoln had a dream in which he saw himself in a casket. Mark Twain is said
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  • political power in both chambers of Congress and to successfully elect Abraham Lincoln to the Presidency. Wendell Phillips acknowledged that the Republican
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  • to the Union. In 1860, this issue finally came to a head, bringing Abraham Lincoln and the Republican party to power, while it simultaneously fractured
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  • puzzle 3 | Solution His parachute did not open. The man was actually Abraham Lincoln and 'the field' is the nickname for the theater he was in during his
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  • p. 38 (February 9, 1951). George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln were three of America's greatest presidents. (Along with Theodore Roosevelt
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  • right to do more than to restrict the territorial enlargement of it." Abraham Lincoln, 2nd inaugural address. 1793: Invention of the cotton gin. This made
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  • meaning to you. Here's an example. Speech: President Lincoln's Gettysburg Address Author: Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States. He was
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  • 1857-1861 Democrat 16 Abraham Lincoln 1861-1865 Republican Assassinated 17 Andrew Johnson 1865-1869 Democrat Succeeded President Lincoln, Impeached by House
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