President Abraham Lincoln Tombstone
This is the tombstone of Abraham Lincoln inside the burial chamber located at the Lincoln Tomb in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, Illinois. On September 26, 1901, Lincoln's coffin was permanently placed in a large, steel cage and embedded in concrete 10 feet below the floor under his tombstone. President Lincoln died on April 15, 1865, in Washington, D.C., at the age of 56. "Now He Belongs To The Ages".
Washington D.C. - National Museum of American History - Abraham Lincoln's Top Hat
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Edwin Booth Voted for Abraham Lincoln
Despite his connection to his Confederate-sympathizing brother, John Wilkes Booth, stage actor Edwin Booth voted for Abraham Lincoln in 1864. John Wilkes Booth was reportedly deeply disappointed by his brother's vote and lectured him for
Abraham Lincoln Autopsy Notes Reveal The Horror Of An Assassin's Gunshot
The Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown, NY just opened a new installation, "Autopsy for a Nation: The Death of Abraham Lincoln," marking the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's assassination. The exhibit's key items include handwritten notes by the physicians who conducted the President's autopsy.
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“A Certain Fatality”: Robert Todd Lincoln and Presidential Assassinations
Robert Todd Lincoln, eldest son of President and Mrs. Abraham Lincoln, felt cursed. One of his brothers, Edward, died as a boy in Springfield, Illinois long before their father became president. A …
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Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States of America, 1864
Review: “The Dark Days of Abraham Lincoln’s Widow As Revealed by Her Own Letters by Myra Helmer Pritchard, Edited and Annotated” by Jason Emerson
Photographs, maps, annotations, notes, bibliography, index, 186 pages, Southern Illinois University Press, 2011. Mary Todd Lincoln (1818-1882) lived a sad life. Whenever I read about Mrs. Lincoln,…