Abraham Lincoln - ipl2's POTUS: Presidents of the United States


Subject:
president , commander in chief , commander-in-chief , first lady , first ladies , oval office , white house , vice president , veep , elections , Mary Todd Lincoln , Mary Todd , Honest Abe , Illinois Rail Splitter , Hannibal Hamlin , Andrew Johnson , William H. Seward , William Seward , Salmon P. Chase , Salmon Chase , William P. Fessenden , William Fessenden , Simon Cameron , Edwin M. Stanton , Edwin Stanton , Edward Bates , James Speed , Montgomery Blair , William Dennison , Gideon Welles , Caleb B. Smith , John P. Usher , Salmon Portland Chase , Noah Haynes Swayne , Samuel Freeman Miller , David Davis , Stephen Johnson Field , Civil War , Emancipation Proclamation , Slavery , Abolition , assassination , Gettysburg Address , Ford's Theater , Fords Theater , Mount Rushmore , Our American Cousin , John Wilkes Booth , Wilkes Booth , Robert Todd Lincoln , Petersen's Boarding House

Description:
Of humble beginnings in the Kentucky and Indiana frontier, Lincoln is best known for freeing the slaves in 1863 during the Civil War with his Emancipation Proclamation. Elected in 1860, Lincoln fought resolutely to maintain the Union and brought great strength and determination to the divided nation. Lincoln was also the first president to be assassinated in 1865.

Creator:
Summers, Robert

Publisher:
Internet Public Library

Language:
English

Source:
http://www.ipl.org/div/potus/alincoln.html


PID= res:ipl-84267