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FC: Abraham Lincoln
1: Early Childhood | Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809. | Abe was born in Sinking Springs Farm in Hodgenville, Kentucky. | Abraham Lincolns father's name is Thomas Lincoln. Lincoln's mother's name is Nancy Hanks Lincoln.
2: Education | Lincoln's step mother sent him off to school after school looking for the best education for him.. | After one school closed she sent him to another. | Lincoln always had a book in his hand no matter what by the age of 12.. | Lincoln led the United States during the Civil War.
3: Major Accomplishments | Helped end slavery, and kept American Union from splitting apart. | Lincoln proved that Democracy can be lasting government. | Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican President. | Abraham Lincoln did not have any accomplishments after his presidency.
4: Abraham's Wife and Children | Lincoln and Mary Todd got married on November 4, 1842. | Lincoln and Mary Todd had four children. Abraham's first son was Robert Todd. Lincoln's second son was Edward Baker. William Wallace was his third son. Also, his fourth son was "Tad," or so Lincoln call him.
5: Presidency | Abraham Lincoln's presidency lasted two terms. His first term started on November 6, 1860 and lasted to 1864. | Lincoln's second term started in 1864 and lasted to 1865. | Abe's Political party was Republican. | Vice Presidents First Term: Hannibal Hamlin Second Term: Andrew Johnson
6: Death | Cause of death: John Wilkes Booth and Bitter anti-unionist shot him in the head when he was at the theater with his family watching a movie. | Location on death: In a room across the street form the theater where Lincoln was shot at. | Date of Death: December 18, 1865. | Died during his presidency.
7: Interesting Facts | Abraham Lincoln was at the height of 6 feet and 4 inches tall. | Lincoln's nickname was "The Railsplitter" He was called this because of the logs that he split for fences when he was younger. | Did not have any accomplishments after his presidency.