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President Lincoln was named for his grandfather, Abraham Lincoln. This grandfather was killed in an Indian attack while he and the president's father, Thomas, were working a crop. The Indian brave tried to kidnap Thomas. One of the president's uncles killed the Indian and saved Thomas. All this happen in the late 1700s in Jefferson County, Kentucky (just east of Middletown). This marker is in the area of the Lincoln homestead. Abraham's paternal grandparents were brought to KY by Daniel…

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The .44 caliber bullet that took President Lincoln's life. The bullet that killed President Lincoln is one of many items on display at the National Museum of Health and Medicine.

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Perhaps the most famous piece of furniture in the White House, the “Lincoln Bed,” was purchased by Mrs. Lincoln in 1861. The bed was placed in the “Prince of Wales Room,” named after the Prince of Wales who stayed there in 1860. Lincoln never slept in this bed.

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Lincolns death bed at Chicago history Museum

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abraham lincoln's step mother | Child Abraham Lincoln

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The Tiny Room in Which Abraham Lincoln Died

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Abraham and Mary Lincoln's Signatures. <3

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Mary Todd Lincoln's Diamond Ring Reproduction. Given to her by Lincoln. The 5 diamonds signified the 5 men in her life. Lincoln and her 4 sons

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Lincoln's business card for his law practice.

Picture History : Lincoln's Business Card

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Am I not destroying my enemies when I make friends of them? —Abraham Lincoln

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Abraham Lincoln - 1860 at Matthew Brady's studio One of my favorite photos of him.

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Tom Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln's father.

Lincoln's: Five Generations of an American Family

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Pictures of Abraham Lincoln and His Family

Robert Todd Lincoln at the dedication of the Lincoln Memorial on May 30, 1922.

Pictures of Abraham Lincoln And His Family

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Abraham Lincoln Home, Springfield, IL

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Old Receiving vault at Springfield, Illinois Oak Ridge - This vault held the body of Abraham Lincoln and his son Willie while the Lincoln tomb was being built.

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Springfield desk of Abraham Lincoln

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Lincoln postcard with Gettysburg Address

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closeup of Springfield, Illinois, Abraham Lincoln at his home, 1860, historic photo, by John Adams Whipple

Springfield, Illinois, Abraham Lincoln at his home, 1860, historic photo, by John Adams Whipple

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Among the crowd to see the Lincoln family remains transferred back to the tomb on April 26, 1901, was Josephine Remann Edwards, who as a girl Lincoln carried on his shoulders. Edwards is standing just behind the two boys wearing caps, center

SPECIAL PRESENTATION: President Lincoln is laid to rest for the final time in 1901

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A recreation of Abraham Lincoln's casket rests at one end of the re-built Lincoln Funeral Car. Ted Schurter/The State Journal-Register

The Lincoln Funeral Car

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Jessie Lincoln Beckwith, second daughter of Robert Todd Lincoln, with her children Peggy and Robert

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Abraham Lincoln's private railroad car on exhibit at the 1904 World's Fair.

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Last picture of the Lincolns? Last picture? Never seen this before. With Booth?

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Mary "Mamie" Lincoln, first daughter of Robert Todd Lincoln; granddaughter of Abraham Lincoln

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Very rare...Only known drawing of Lincoln in state...drawn by artist Pierre Morand in New York during Lincoln's funeral. It was said that Morand was let in during the night to draw it because Edwin Stanton wouldn't allow photos or drawings. This drawing is owned by the Abraham Lincoln Book Shop and I do not claim any copyright to it.

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