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  1. An emancipator or analogous reformer.


  1. Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States, serving from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865. Lincoln led the United States through its Civil War—its bloodiest war and its greatest moral, constitutional and political crisis. In doing so, he preserved the Union, abolished slavery, strengthened the federal government, and modernized the economy.
    • also known as Honest Abe, Abe Lincoln, The Buffoon, Caesar, Father Abraham, The Flatboat Man, The Grand Wrestler, The Great Emancipator, The Illinois Baboon, The Jester, Long 'Un, Man of the People, The Martyr President, The Railsplitter, The Sage of Springfield, The Sectional President, The Tycoon, The Tyrany, Uncle Abe, Ancient Abe
    • born on (206 years ago) in Hodgenville, child of Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Lincoln
    • ethnicity: Americans
    • nationality: United States of America
    • religion: Christianity
    • profession: Lawyer, politician, statesman
    • Marriage with Mary Todd Lincoln between and (22 years and 5 months)
    • parent of
    • died on (150 years ago) in Washington, D.C. of assassination, ballistic trauma
    • buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery
    • written works: "The Papers of Abraham Lincoln: Legal Documents and Cases", "Selections From the Works of Abraham Lincoln", "Anecdotes Of Abraham Lincoln And Lincoln's Stories", "The Writings of Abraham Lincoln", "Life and Public Services", "Gems from Abraham Lincoln", "Poems of Abraham Lincoln", "Letters And Addresses of Abraham Lincoln", "Complete Works Of Abraham Lincoln V10", "Lincoln Dictionary", "Calligraphy Is Fun", "4 Speeches by Abraham Lincoln", "A Place to Live", "Speeches and Letters of Abraham Lincoln, 1832-1865", "The Life And Public Service Of General Zachary Taylor", "An Anthology Of The Epigrams And Sayings Of Abraham Lincoln", "A review of the work done by the Church Missioanry Society in South India between the years 1816 to 1850", "The Gettysburg Address and Other Speeches", "Hunt Speedball Calligraphy Workbook", "The Address of the Hon. Abraham Lincoln, in", "Art of Illumination Classic French Manuscript", "Message Of The President Of The United States, And Accompanying Documents To The Two Houses Of Congress", "Wisdom and Wit", "My Life as Abraham Lincoln", "State Of The Union Addresses", "The Portable Abraham Lincoln", "The Gettysburg address and a portrait", "Lincoln's autobiography", "Abraham Lincoln's autobiography", "Lincoln's Kalamazoo address against extending slavery", "The words of Abraham Lincoln", "Discoveries and inventions", "A letter ... in reply to an invitation to address a meeting in honor of the birthday of Thomas Jefferson", "Lincoln's last speech in Springfield in the campaign of 1858", "Lincoln letters", "Political debates between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas in the celebrated campaign of 1858 in Illinois", "The Speeches of Abraham Lincoln, including inaugurals and proclamations; with biographical introductions and prefatory notes", "Of the People, By the People, For the People", "Lincoln on Race and Slavery", "Address of Abraham Lincoln", "Abraham Lincoln's pen and voice", "Abraham Lincoln's second inaugural address, March 4, 1865", "Abraham Lincoln", "An autobiography of Abraham Lincoln", "Collected works", "Complete works", "Complete works of Abraham Lincoln", "In Lincoln's hand", "Life and works of Abraham Lincoln", "Created equal?"
  2. Abraham Lincoln was the grandfather of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln was a military captain during the American Revolution, and a pioneer settler of Kentucky.
  3. Abraham Lincoln a.k.a. Abraham Lincoln K. J. is a film director.

There are other people with in their name, like Abraham Lincoln Lewis, Abraham Lincoln Filene, Abraham Lincoln Johnson, Abraham Lincoln Keister, Abraham Lincoln Freedman, Abraham Lincoln Marovitz.


  1. Abraham Lincoln is a fictional character from FDR: American Badass!.
  2. Abraham Lincoln is a fictionalized version of US President Abraham Lincoln in the North and South trilogy.
    • occupation: President of the united states
  3. Abraham Lincoln is a fictional character in the 2014 theater production Bayonets of Angst.
  4. Abraham Lincoln: Dancing Lincoln is a character which appeared on the TV program Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. He is a man who appeared in an Abraham Lincoln costume b-boying.
  5. Abraham Lincoln is a fictional character from Zoolander.
  6. Abraham Lincoln is a fictional character from the 1937 film Courage of the West.


  1. "Abraham Lincoln" is a book by Ingri and Edgar Parin d'Aulaire about Abraham Lincoln. Released by Doubleday Publishers, it was the recipient of the Caldecott Medal for illustration in 1940.
  2. "Abraham Lincoln": Abraham Lincoln: The Man Behind the Myths  is a book written by Stephen B. Oates.
    • also known as "Abraham Lincoln, the man behind the myths"; Abraham Lincoln: The Man Behind the Myths
    • genres: Biography, Autobiography
    • subjects: American Civil War, Abraham Lincoln, United States of America, History of the United States, Politics, American History, Government
  3. "Abraham Lincoln" is a book written by Lord Charnwood.
  4. "Abraham Lincoln" is a book written by George Haven Putnam.
    • genres: Autobiography, Biography
    • subjects: United States of America, History of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, American Civil War, History, American History
  5. "Abraham Lincoln" is a book written by Benjamin Platt Thomas.
    • language: English Language
    • released in (64 years ago)
    • award: - National Book Award for Nonfiction nomination for Benjamin Platt Thomas

There are many other writings with this title.


  1. "Abraham Lincoln", also released under the title D. W. Griffith's 'Abraham Lincoln', is a biographical film about American president Abraham Lincoln directed by D. W. Griffith. It stars Walter Huston as Lincoln and Una Merkel, in her second speaking role, as Ann Rutledge. Her first speaking role was in a short film, Love's Old Sweet Song filmed in the Phonofilm sound-on-film process.
  2. "Abraham Lincoln" is a short film made in the Phonofilm sound-on-film process. The film was directed by J. Searle Dawley, produced by Lee DeForest, is based on the 1918 play Abraham Lincoln by John Drinkwater, and stars Frank McGlynn Sr. as Lincoln. McGlynn also played Lincoln in the play on Broadway.


  1. "Abraham Lincoln" is a public artwork by American sculptor and medallist Thomas Dow Jones, located in the Indiana Statehouse, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The painted plaster bust of Abraham Lincoln that resides in the Indiana Statehouse is a copy of an 1861 clay bust. Several versions of the bust exist in plaster, marble, and bronze mediums.
    • completed in (154 years ago)
  2. "Abraham Lincoln" is a marble sculpture of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln by Irish artist Lot Flannery, located in front of the old District of Columbia City Hall in Washington, D.C., United States. It was installed several blocks from Ford's Theatre, where Lincoln was assassinated. Dedicated on the third anniversary of Lincoln's death, dignitaries at the unveiling ceremony included the President of the United States and military officials. The statue is the nation's oldest extant memorial to the president. It has been removed and rededicated twice, most recently in 2009.
    • media: marble
  3. "Abraham Lincoln" is an 1869 oil-on-canvas painting by George Peter Alexander Healy of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States.
    • subject: Abraham Lincoln
  4. "Abraham Lincoln" commemorative plaque is a work of public art designed by Marie Stewart in 1906, created by Rudolph Schwarz, and dedicated on 12 February 1907. The bronze plaque is set in a limestone base and stands near the Indiana Government Center South, at the intersection of West Washington and South Missouri Streets in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. Stewart, an Indianapolis high school student, submitted the winning entry in a citywide design contest to commemorate Lincoln's visit to Indianapolis on 11 February 1861. Lincoln was traveling to Washington D.C. for his inauguration and first term as president of the United States. The bronze plaque's relief depicts Lincoln's profile in a medallion at the center; the U.S. Capitol is on the proper left; a log cabin is on the proper right. The plaque's inscription quotes a speech that Lincoln delivered on 11 February 1861 in Indianapolis. The base remains rough, with the exception of a carved Corinthian column and capital adhered to the southeast corner.
    • also known as Abraham Lincoln plaque
    • completed in (110 years ago)
  5. "Abraham Lincoln" is a bronze statue of President Abraham Lincoln produced by Daniel Chester French between 1909 and its unveiling in 1912. It was commissioned by the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Association of Lincoln, Nebraska. The monument is located on the grounds of the Nebraska State Capitol, placed in an architectural setting created by French's longtime collaborator Henry Bacon.
    • completed in (104 years ago)
  6. "Abraham Lincoln" is a public artwork by American artist Gaetano Cecere located on Lincoln Memorial Drive in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. The 10'6" bronze sculpture depicts a young beardless Abraham Lincoln. The former president stands looking down with both hands at his sides.
    • completed in (82 years ago)
  7. "Abraham Lincoln" is an outdoor bronze sculpture of Abraham Lincoln by George Fite Waters, located in the South Park Blocks in Portland, Oregon, United States. The 10-foot statue was donated by Henry Waldo Coe. It was cast at Claude Valsuani's foundry in France in 1927, on Lincoln's birthday, and was dedicated on October 5, 1928.
    • completed in (88 years ago)
    • media: bronze
  8. "Abraham Lincoln" is an oil painting by Freeman Thorp.
    • completed in (137 years ago)
    • media: oil paint
    • artist: Freeman Thorpe
    • genre: Portrait painting
    • subject: Abraham Lincoln
  9. "Abraham Lincoln" is a painting made by George Peter Alexander Healy.
    • completed in (156 years ago)
    • media: oil paint
    • subject: Abraham Lincoln
  10. "Abraham Lincoln" is a bronze statue by Randolph Rogers. It is located in Fairmount Park, Kelly Drive at Sedgely Drive, Philadelphia.
    • completed in (145 years ago)
  11. "Abraham Lincoln" is an etching made by Adalbert J. Volck.
    • completed in (155 years ago)
    • subject: Abraham Lincoln
  12. "Abraham Lincoln" is a marble sculpture bySarahFisher ClampittAmes.
  13. "Abraham Lincoln" is a photography (albumen print) by Matthew Brady.
    • media: albumen print
    • genre: Portrait
    • subject: Abraham Lincoln
  14. "Abraham Lincoln" is a photograph printed through salt paper printing by Matthew Brady.
    • taken on (155 years ago)
    • media: salt print
    • subject: Abraham Lincoln
  15. "Abraham Lincoln" is a photograph by Alexander Gardner.
    • taken in (151 years ago)
    • media: albumen print
    • subject: Abraham Lincoln
  16. "Abraham Lincoln" is a photograph by Alexander Hessler.
    • completed in (155 years ago)
    • subject: Abraham Lincoln
  17. "Abraham Lincoln" is a photograph by Samuel M.
    • taken on (156 years ago)
    • artist: Samuel M. Fassett
    • subject: Abraham Lincoln
  18. "Abraham Lincoln" is a black and white photograph by Alexander Hessler.
    • taken in (109 years ago)
    • subject: Abraham Lincoln
  19. "Abraham Lincoln" is a painting (watercolor paint, ivory) by John Henry Brown.
    • media: watercolor paint, ivory
    • subject: Abraham Lincoln
  20. "Abraham Lincoln" is a sculpture by Henry Kirke Brown, completed in (147 years ago).
    • subject: Abraham Lincoln
  21. "Abraham Lincoln" is an artwork by LeRoy Neiman.
  22. "Abraham Lincoln" is an artwork by Warner Sallman.


  1. "Abraham Lincoln" is a colossal seated figure of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln sculpted by Daniel Chester French and carved by the Piccirilli Brothers. It is situated in the Lincoln Memorial, on the National Mall, Washington, D.C., USA, and was unveiled in 1922. Stylistically, the work follows in the Beaux Arts and American Renaissance traditions.
  2. The Abraham Lincoln is the oldest operable passenger car in the United States. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  3. The Abraham Lincoln was a named passenger train operated by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad from 1935 into the 1960s. The "Abe Lincoln" ran between Chicago and St. Louis on the B&O's subsidiary Alton Railroad. The train later passed to the Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Railroad, and then finally to Amtrak, which retained the name until 1978. Service between Chicago and St. Louis is now known by the umbrella term "Lincoln Service".
  4. "Abraham Lincoln" is an 11-foot bronze statue of the sixteenth president in Lytle Park within downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, United States.

There are other places with in their name, like Fort Abraham Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln High School, Abraham Lincoln Memorial Garden and Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum.


  1. Abraham Lincoln is an educational institution, school.
  2. Abraham Lincoln is an outdoor bronze sculpture of Abraham Lincoln by Henry Kirke Brown, located at Union Square in Manhattan, New York. Cast in 1870 and dedicated on September 16 of that year, the statue was originally installed at the southwest corner of Union Square, where the sculpture of Mahatma Gandhi stands today. In 1875, a stone and bronze rail fence was constructed around the statue of Lincoln; the fence included an inscription of text from his second inaugural address, “…with malice toward none; charity toward all.” During the 1930 redesign of Union Square Park, the statue was moved to its current location, but the fence remained. The statue is in axial alignment with the Independence Flagstaff and George Washington. It was conserved in 1992.
  3. Abraham Lincoln is a school, educational institution.

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Google previewAbraham Lincoln on Screen (2009)

Fictional and Documentary Portrayals on Film and Television by Mark S. Reinhart

Abraham Lincoln is a short documentary video from a series entitled Against the Odds that presents an elementary...

Google previewBeware the People Weeping (1991)

Public Opinion and the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln by Thomas Reed Turner

The most common assumption about the historiography of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln is that it is so voluminous and complete that no further need for research exists in this area. At a factual level, although with some notable and ...

Google previewThe Independent (1920)

Howard Hall as Abraham Lincoln is an actor who would have carried off an even weaker drama.

Google previewBritannica Student Encyclopedia (2014)

by Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc

president Abraham Lincoln. In the 1870s Lincoln is home to Nebraska's state Capitol. The building was completed in 1932.

Google previewPop Culture Places: An Encyclopedia of Places in American Popular Culture [3 volumes] (2014)

An Encyclopedia of Places in American Popular Culture [3 volumes] by Gladys L. Knight

In 1916, Lincoln's birthplace was commemorated through the establishment of the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park in Hodgenville, Kentucky . This park includes a memorial building, a cabin that is symbolic of but not the ...

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Abraham Lincoln because he was a man filled with great compassion who believed that all men are created free and equal, and was not afraid to stand on that platform. The way Lincoln lived his life has served me well in mine. (Sidney Sheldon)
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