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Lincoln`s death
•
Lincoln`s childhood
•
Lincoln
-
Douglas Debates
•
Civil War •
The results of the Civil War. Emancipation Proclamation
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Lincoln's contribution to American society Lincoln`s death. The 14th of April, 1865, was a tragic day in the history of the United States. For on the evening of that day, President Abraham Lincoln went to Ford’s Theatre in Washington to see a play which was popular at the time —
and never returned.
The war had only ended a few days before, and the whole country continued to celebrate.
John Booth
So, that his gun was only a short distance from his head, calmly took aim and fired. The President fell forward in his chair. When he died, one of the people in the room at the time said:
“Now he belongs to the ages.”
Lincoln
was
born
in
Hardin
County,Kentucky
on
February
12
,
1809
.
He
moved
to
Indiana
in
1816
and
lived
there
the
rest
of
his
youth
.
His
mother
died
when
he
was
nine
but
he
was
very
close
to
his
stepmother
who
urged
him
to
read
.
Lincoln
himself
stated
that
he
had
about
one
year
of
formal
education
.
He
loved
to
read
and
learn
from
any
books
he
could
get
his
hands
on
.
Abe
grew
up
in
the
Middle
West
.
His
first
home
was
a
small,
one
–
room
house
in
the
woods
.
Lincoln`s parents Thomas Lincoln
and Nancy were pioneers,
who helped
to fight Indians and push
the borders of US father west.
The
family
lived
in
poverty
.
They
moved
from
Kentucky
to
Indiana
when
Abe
was
7
.
Although
he
had
little
chance
to
go
to
school
but
he
liked
to
read
so
much
.
His
favorite
book
was
«
Robinson
Crusoe
»
.
Everyone
liked
him
and
everyone
said
he
was
a
born
storyteller
.
And
nobody
knew
that
he
would
become
the
greatest
American
president
.
On
November
4
,
1842
Lincoln
married
Mary
Todd
and
the
couple
had
four
sons
.
Amongst
them,
Robert
Todd
Lincoln
was
their
only
child
to
survive
into
adulthood
.
The
other
children
Edward
Baker
Lincoln,
William
“Willie”
Wallace
Lincoln
and
Thomas
“Tad”
Lincoln
died
in
their
early
childhood
.
Lincoln
debated
his
opponent,
Stephen
Douglas
seven
times
.
While
they
agreed
on
many
questions,
they
disagreed
over
the
morality
of
slavery
.
. Lincoln did not believe that slavery should spread any further. But he lost the state election to Douglas. The Civil War(1861
-
65)
After the battle at Antietam Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation . The document that made the slaves free. The Emancipation Proclamation
Warring countries
Population 1861 .
Mobilized Killed
Injured Died
Of wounds From disease
Other causes
USA
22 339 968
2 803 300
67 058
275 175
43 012
194 368
54 682
CSA
9 103 332
1 064 200
67 000
137 000
27 000
59 000
105 000
in all
31 443 300
3 867 500
134 058
412 175
70 012
253 368
163 796
Warring countries
Population 1861 Mobilized Killed
Injured Died
Of wounds From disease
Other causes
USA
22 339 968
2 803 300
67 058
275 175
43 012
194 368
54 682
CSA
9 103 332
1 064 200
67 000
137 000
27 000
59 000
105 000
in all
31 443 300
3 867 500
134 058
412 175
70 012
253 368
163 796
The results of the war Lincoln
made
a
great
contribution
to
the
America
country
.
As
he
was
a
good
speaker
.
He
convinced
the
representatives
of
South
and
North
states
to
stop
the
war
and
to
unite
.
Because
he
wanted
to
foresee
America
a
rich,
powerful
and
peaceful
country
.
Lincoln
was
a
kind
and
honest
man
and
people
trust
him
and
believed
him
so,
they
took
his
ideas
as
the
cloudless
future
of
the
USA
.
Signed
the
Emancipation
Proclamation,
he
led
American
people
to
freedom
and
humanity
and
gave
possibilities
to
everybody
to
have
the
same
rights
.
So
he
belongs
to
the
ages
.
The real leader of American people
Thank
you
for
your
attention!
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