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Abraham Lincoln meets with Maj. Gen. George McClellan in October 1862, following the Battle of Antietam

Lincoln Funeral Train A super rare 1865 CDV showing the Lincoln funeral train in Buffalo, NY. The train was bearing the bodies of the assassinated President and his son William. If you look closely, you can see a large photo of Lincoln attached to the front of the train, as well as mourning drapery along the side.

Civil War Atlanta-- 1864. Photo by George N. Barnard.

President Lincoln and McClellan at Antietam by Alexander Gardner, 1862 (LOC)

Installing the Abraham Lincoln Statue at Lincoln Memorial 1920

“A house divided against itself cannot stand.” – Abraham Lincoln

September 1863. Culpeper, Virginia. "Dr. Irwin of Excelsior Brigade in front of tent." Charles K. Irwin of the 72nd New York Infantry

President Bush being informed of the attack on the Twin Towers

President Lincoln's Childhood Home

“And when I say all Americans — I mean all Americans.” - On June 29, 1947, President Harry S. Truman became the first President to address the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). He spoke from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial for the closing session of the 38th NAACP annual conference.

Abraham Lincoln meets with a Civil War general under a tent. Photo by Matthew Brady.