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|Full Name||Abraham Lincoln|
|Who||President of the United States|
|Birth Date||February 12, 1809|
|Death Date||April 15, 1865|
|Born||Hodgenville, Kentucky, USA|
|Died||Washington D.C., USA|
|Cause of Death||assassination - shot|
|Mother||Nancy Hanks Lincoln|
|Spouse||Mary Todd Lincoln|
Robert Todd Lincoln
Lincoln was the stepson of Sarah Bush Lincoln, whom he was close to and often referred to as "mother."
Lincoln argued with president James Buchanan in 1857, and the two became political enemies. Lincoln denounced him as an "accomplice to slavepower."
Lincoln spoke against then president James Polk.
Lincoln sat for sculptor Vinnie Ream in the mornings for 5 months in 1861, during which time they spoke about a variety of intelligent subjects, and became friends. The bust that came of these sessions is now in the Capitol Building's rotunda.
In 1861, Allan Pinkerton, Lincoln's head of security, saved his life more than once from would-be assassins.
Ulysses S. Grant was a close friend of Lincoln's.
Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth on April 14th, 1865, while attending a play with his wife.
Hodgenville, Kentucky, USA - Born here, 1809.
Rockport, Indiana, USA - Lived here from 1816 - 1830.
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA - Visited in 1830.
New Salem, Illinois, USA - Lived here from 1830 - 1836.
Springfield, Illinois, USA - Lived here from 1837 - 1861. Married here in 1842.
Lexington, Kentucky, USA - Frequently visited his in-law's estate here, 1840's.
Baltimore, Maryland, USA - Visited, avoided assassination attempts, 1861.
Washington D.C., USA - Lived, worked here from 1861 - 1865. Assassinated here in 1865.
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA - Visited here in 1863, gave the Gettysburg Address.
How Added - Though of him randomly.