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Abraham Lincoln. 16th President of the United States. Some argue his main purpose once in office was to end the institution of slavery. In reality that was not the goal of any Northerner, Lincoln included, at the time. Later on in the war, 1862, yes the Emancipation was passed.

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Timeline: Early Life of Abraham Lincoln

Timeline: Early Life of Abraham Lincoln: 1630s: Abraham Lincoln's Ancestors Settle in America

Abraham Lincoln Timeline Cut and Paste FREEBIE! I am pleased to offer this cut and paste activity to you for FREE! This would be great review after your study of Abe Lincoln. You can use this for centers, seatwork, or early finishers.

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President's Day - Abraham Lincoln Photo Timeline

Students will learn about the important events in Abraham Lincoln's life as they complete this photo timeline. Two versions are included, one for upper

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Abraham Lincoln - a Timeline

Perfect for President's Day!!A timeline of Abraham Lincoln with colored picture cards. Also included is a printable of the timeline, 3 facts about Abraham Lincoln, describe Abraham Lincoln, and a writing paper.Also available George Washington!

1 Fast, fun facts about Abraham Lincoln. Discover details and info about his life and accomplishments as an American President. Information about when he was born, his birthplace, childhood and education. This Abraham Lincoln biography provides an overview of his achievements during his ...

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Community Post: Interview With A Man Who Saw Lincoln Shot

April 14, 1865: President Abraham Lincoln is shot by John Wilkes Booth. He would be pronounced dead the following day, at 7:22 am.