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Abraham Lincoln, Congressman-elect from Illinois. by Nicholas Shepard - earliest known photo

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Beardless Abe Lincoln, Photo by Matthew Brady. Civil Rights/Slavery Unit

J.C.F. Polycarpus Von Schneidau photograph of Lincoln October 27, 1854. Polycarp von Schneidau, is said to have been only the second photographer to open a daguerreotype studio in the Chicago area. The original daguerreotype of this image was lost in a fire but fortunately, an ambrotype of the image resurfaced in 1858. *s*

nice chronological order of Lincoln photographs.Abraham Lincoln by Von Schneidau,

Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United  States of America

Presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln is photographed before delivering his Cooper Union address in New York City on Feb.

On February 20, 1862 the son of US President Abraham Lincoln, William Wallace Lincoln, died aged 11. Known as ‘Willie’, he died due to illness which was most likely typhoid fever. His brother Tad also became ill, but later recovered. His parents were deeply affected, with President Lincoln not returning to work for three weeks and Mary Todd Lincoln being so distraught that her husband feared for her sanity.

William "Willie" Wallace Lincoln, born December was the third son of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln. He died February 1862 in the White House from Typhoid Fever.

President Abraham Lincoln with his son Tad, 1864.

President Lincoln reading to his son Thomas Tadd Lincoln.

Remains from Lincoln’s Last Day: The great, nation-shaping accomplishments of Lincoln’s day happened only because the South, always with an eye on protecting slavery and an estate-owning aristocracy, had left the union — ridding Congress of the naysayers. Today, the South is solidly Republican and solidly obstructionist. The party is also solidly white, many fail to recognize the active, toxic legacy of the Confederacy. What unites the Republican Party, on the 150th anniversary of the murder…

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Anthony Berger of the Brady Studio, President Lincoln and his son Tad, February

Abraham Lincoln August 1863

Gettysburg Address: The 'greatest speech in the world' – that was only 273 words long - Americas - World - The Independent

Abraham Lincoln, 1860.

Abraham Lincoln, 1860.

Mary Todd Lincoln with her sons, Willie and Tad, in 1860. Photograph by Preston Butler. iChi-11229.

Mary Todd Lincoln with her sons, Willie and Tad, in Photograph by Preston Butler. Want a copy of this photo? > Visit our Rights and Reproductions Department and give them this number:.

To give the Union a face, Lincoln turned to the photographer Mathew Brady.

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The Civil War Parlor : Photo

Early photograph of Lincoln from 1846-47.

Abraham Lincoln artifacts displayed at Library of Congress in Washington

President Abraham Lincoln visiting General George McClellan. Antietam, Maryland 1862

President Abraham Lincoln visiting the Union troops in

"President Abraham Lincoln. On October 29, 1864, Truth went to visit President Abraham Lincoln in the White House. Unable to read or write, Truth's friend Lucy Colman transcribed and depicted their meeting as two freedom fighters showing mutual respect and admiration, surpassing social class & gender lines. Lincoln moved the famed abolitionist when he showed her the Bible that had been given to him by people of color in Baltimore. Progress was being made in the nation because literacy had…

"President Abraham Lincoln. On October 29, 1864, Truth went to visit President Abraham Lincoln in the White House. Unable to read or write, Truth's friend Lucy Colman transcribed and depicted their meeting as two freedom fighters showing mutual respect and admiration, surpassing social class & gender lines. Lincoln moved the famed abolitionist when he showed her the Bible that had been given to him by people of color in Baltimore. Progress was being made in the nation because literacy had…

I don't care what people say, I think he was remarkably handsome!

"I believe it is an established maxim in morals that he who makes an assertion without knowing whether it is true or false, is guilty of falsehood; and the accidental truth of the assertion, does not justify or excuse him.

Abraham Lincoln's stepmother, Nancy Hanks, married int the Swango family line.

Gettysburg address summary essay Abraham Lincoln's epic speech, "The Gettysburg Address" is a seamless example of how an orator can use literary technique to convey an evocative message.

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