Abraham Lincoln

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Noun1.Abraham Lincoln - 16th President of the United StatesAbraham Lincoln - 16th President of the United States; saved the Union during the American Civil War and emancipated the slaves; was assassinated by Booth (1809-1865)
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Lee's Army of Northern Virginia slipped across the swollen Potomac back to Virginia the Lincoln administration pressed George Meade to cross quickly in pursuit--and he did.
He adds that "rather than kill the press during the Civil War, the conflict and the Lincoln administration in effect gave it new life--especially if its practitioners were pro-Union and pro-Republican" (358).
Notes: A Pre-bid meeting will be held on 03/15/16 at 2:00 PM at Gahanna Lincoln Administration Bldg.
Aware of his reputation in England, the Lincoln Administration sent him to Britain in 1861.
Powell went on to argue that his legislative colleagues and the Lincoln administration had not acted in good faith toward the slave states -- Kentucky and three others -- that had not seceded from the Union.
Waging war on Southern civilians wasn't the result of a few out-of-control Federal soldiers but, in fact, was "a deliberate policy of the Lincoln administration," wrote historian Thomas J.
During the war, the Lincoln Administration and Congress did not shift from gradual to immediate emancipation.
He failed to get a sought-after position in the Lincoln Administration, so he joined the Union army, serving honorably for three years.
In other cases, the Lincoln administration simply continued to implement discriminatory and damaging policies, like placing Indians on reservations.
The executive departments of the Lincoln administration were very busy during the Civil War.
This fear of federally forced abolition, however, was often disguised as an intolerance of what the South considered to be tyrannical violations by the Lincoln administration of states' rights, such as the ever-hated protective tariff.