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              <h1 class="text-center text-primary">Abraham Lincoln</h1>
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  <h2 class="text-center"><em>"Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power."</em></h2>

<P class="text-center">Abraham Lincoln is regarded as one of America's greatest heroes due to both his incredible impact on the nation and his unique appeal. His is a remarkable story of the rise from humble beginnings to achieve the highest office in the land; then, a sudden and tragic death at a time when his country needed him most to complete the great task remaining before the nation. Lincoln's distinctively human and humane personality and historical role as savior of the Union and emancipator of the slaves creates a legacy that endures. His eloquence of democracy and his insistence that the Union was worth saving embody the ideals of self-government that all nations strive to achieve.</P>

<h3 class="text-center"><u>Abraham Lincoln's Presidential Timeline</u></h3>

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  <li><strong>MARCH 4, 1861</strong>-Inaugurated as first Republican president and gives his inaugural address</li>
<li><strong>APRIL 15, 1861</strong>-Calls for 75,000 state militia after Fort Sumter falls to Southern secessionists</li>
<li><strong>APRIL 19, 1861</strong>-Proclaims a blockade of ports in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Texas</li>
<li><strong>JULY 2, 1862</strong>-Signs the Pacific Railroad Act and Morrill Land Act</li>
<li><strong>JULY 22, 1862</strong>-Reads the first draft of the Emancipation Proclamation to his Cabinet</li>
<li><strong>SEPTEMBER 17, 1862</strong>-Briefed on the Battle of Antietam Creek, which stopped General Lee's invading army</li>
<li><strong>SEPTEMBER 22, 1862</strong>-Reads the second draft of the Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation to his Cabinet</li>
<li><strong>OCTOBER 1-4, 1862</strong>-Visits Harper's Ferry, West Virginia and the Antietam battlefield</li>
<li><strong>JANUARY 1, 1863</strong>-Signs the Emancipation Proclamation, which frees slaves in certain Southern jurisdictions</li>
<li><strong>FEBRUARY 25, 1863</strong>-Approves the National Currency Act, creating a national banking system</li>
<li><strong>JULY 4, 1863</strong>-Announces the battlefield victory at Gettysburg; Vicksburg surrenders to General Grant</li>
<li><strong>OCTOBER 3, 1863</strong>-Issues proclamation for a national day of thanksgiving</li>
<li><strong>OCTOBER 17, 1863</strong>-Calls for 300,000 Union volunteers, inspiring a song in the process</li>
<li><strong>NOVEMBER 19, 1863</strong>-Gives the Gettysburg Address at the cemetery dedication in Pennsylvania</li>
<li><strong>JUNE 8, 1864</strong>-The National Union Party renominates him for the presidency with Andrew Johnson as his running mate</li>
<li><strong>JULY 11-12, 1864</strong>-Visits Ft. Stevens and narrowly misses sniper fire in a Confederate raid on Washington</li>
<li><strong>JULY 18, 1864</strong>-Issues a call for 500,000 Union army volunteers</li>
<li><strong>OCTOBER 31, 1864</strong>-Approves admittance of Nevada into the Union</li>
<li><strong>FEBRUARY 1, 1865</strong>-Approves the resolution submitting the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, abolishing slavery</li>
<li><strong>MARCH 24-APRIL 8, 1865</strong>-Visits General Grant at City Point; enters Richmond, Virginia, after Union forces take possession</li>
<li><strong>APRIL 11, 1865</strong>-Gives his last public address to a crowd on the White House lawn</li>
<li><strong>APRIL 15, 1865</strong>-Dies at age 56 after being shot by John Wilkes Booth during a play at Ford's Theatre</li>
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<p class="text-center">If you would like additional information about the legacy of Abraham Lincoln please <a href="https://www.whitehouse.gov/1600/presidents/abrahamlincoln">click here</a>
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