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  1. Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809, the second child of Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks Lincoln, in a log cabin on Sinking Spring Farm near Hodgenville, Kentucky. He was a descendant of Samuel Lincoln, an Englishman who migrated from Hingham, Norfolk, to its namesake, Hingham, Massachusetts, in 1638.

  2. Lincoln (formally the Lincoln Motor Company) is the luxury vehicle division of American automobile manufacturer Ford.Marketed among the top luxury vehicle brands in the United States, Lincoln was positioned closely against its General Motors counterpart Cadillac.

  3. Lincoln is the capital city of the U.S. state of Nebraska and the county seat of Lancaster County. The city covers 96.194 square miles (249.141 km 2) with a population of 289,102 in 2019. It is the second-most populous city in Nebraska and the 68th-largest in the United States.

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    Lincoln Theatrical release poster Directed bySteven Spielberg Screenplay byTony Kushner Based onTeam of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin Produced by Steven Spielberg Kathleen Kennedy Starring Daniel Day-Lewis Sally Field David Strathairn Joseph Gordon-Levitt James Spader Hal Holbrook Tommy Lee Jones CinematographyJanusz Kamiński Edited byMichael Kahn Music byJohn Williams Production companies DreamWorks Pictures 20th Century Fox Reliance Entertainment Participant Media Dune Entertainment...

    In January 1865, United States President Abraham Lincoln expects the Civil War to end soon, with the defeat of the Confederate States. He is concerned that his 1863 Emancipation Proclamation may be discarded by the courts after the war and that the proposed Thirteenth Amendment will be defeated by the returning slave states. He feels it imperative to pass the amendment beforehand, to remove any possibility that freed slaves might be re-enslaved. The Radical Republicans fear the amendment will be

    While consulting on a Steven Spielberg project in 1999, Goodwin told Spielberg she was planning to write Team of Rivals, and Spielberg immediately told her he wanted the film rights. DreamWorks finalized the deal in 2001, and by the end of the year, John Logan signed on to write

    Spielberg approached Daniel Day-Lewis about the project in 2003, but Day-Lewis turned down the part at the time, believing the idea of himself playing Lincoln "preposterous". Liam Neeson was cast as Lincoln in January 2005, having worked previously with Spielberg in Schindler's L

    Filming took place in Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Petersburg, Virginia. In reference to Petersburg, according to location manager Colleen Gibbons, "one thing that attracted the filmmakers to the city was the 180-degree vista of historic structures" which is "very rare". The Vir

    Lincoln held its world premiere at the New York Film Festival on October 8, 2012. The film was also screened at the 2012 AFI Film Festival on November 8, 2012. Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures distributed the film in North America through the Touchstone Pictures banner, while 20th Century Fox distributed the film in the remaining international territories. Disney Publishing Worldwide released several companion books and ancillary literature in anticipation of the film, including Lincoln: A Ci

    Lincoln earned $182,207,973 in North America from 2,293 theaters and $93,085,477 overseas for a total of $275,293,450, well exceeding its $65 million budget. The film had a limited opening in 11 theaters with $944,308 and an average of $85,846 per theater. It opened at the #15 ra

    Lincoln received wide critical acclaim. The cast was lauded, especially Day-Lewis, Field, and Jones. The film holds an 89% approval rating on the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, based on 284 reviews with an average rating of 8.00/10. The website's critical consensus r

    Eric Foner, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian of the period, claimed in a letter to The New York Times that "The film grossly exaggerates the possibility that by January 1865 the war might have ended with slavery still intact." He also noted, "The 13th Amendment originated not w

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    Canada

    1. Lincoln, Alberta 2. Lincoln, New Brunswick 3. Lincoln Parish, New Brunswick 4. Lincoln, Ontario 4.1. Lincoln (electoral district)(former), Ontario 4.2. Lincoln (provincial electoral district)(former), Ontario

    United Kingdom

    1. Lincoln, England 1.1. Lincoln (UK Parliament constituency) 2. Lincoln Green, Leeds

    United States

    1. Lincoln, Alabama 2. Lincoln, Arkansas 3. Lincoln, California, in Placer County 4. Lincoln, Delaware 5. Lincoln, Idaho 6. Lincoln, Illinois 7. Lincoln, Indiana 8. Lincoln, Iowa 9. Lincoln Center, Kansas 10. Lincoln Parish, Louisiana 11. Lincoln, Maine 12. Lincoln Plantation, Maine 13. Lincoln, Massachusetts 14. Lincoln, Michigan 15. Lincoln, Missouri 16. Lincoln, Minnesota 17. Lincoln, Montana 18. Lincoln, Nebraska, capital of the state 19. Lincoln, New Hampshire 19.1. Lincoln (CDP), New Ha...

    Music

    1. Lincoln Records, a United States record label in the 1920s 2. Lincoln (album), a 1988 album by They Might Be Giants 3. Lincoln (band), an American alternative rock band of the late 1990s

    Television

    1. Lincoln or Carl Sandburg's Lincoln, a 1974 miniseries with Hal Holbrook 2. Lincoln (miniseries), a 1988 American TV miniseries starring Sam Waterston 3. Lincoln (TV series), a 2005–2013 Japanese variety television show

    Other uses in art, entertainment, and media

    1. Lincoln Island, a fictional island in Jules Verne's The Mysterious Island 2. Lincoln (play), a 1906 Broadway play by Benjamin Chapin 3. Lincoln (novel), a 1984 novel by Gore Vidal 4. Lincoln, one of the Grounders in The 100TV series 5. Lincoln (film), a 2012 film by Steven Spielberg

    Businesses and brands

    1. Lincoln Electric, a US company 2. Lincoln International, an investment banking firm 3. Lincoln Logs, a children's toy 4. Lincoln Motor Car Works, making cars sold exclusively by Sears Roebuck 1908–1912 5. Lincoln Motor Company, a Ford brand 6. Lincoln National Corporation, an insurance company 7. Lincoln Snacks Company 8. Lincoln (surveillance), a brand of electronic data interception products

    Educational institutions

    1. Lincoln Academy (disambiguation) 2. Lincoln Christ's Hospital School, Lincolnshire 3. Lincoln College (disambiguation) 4. Lincoln Elementary School (disambiguation) 5. Lincoln Group of Schools, U.S 6. Lincoln High School (disambiguation) 7. Lincoln School (disambiguation) 8. Lincoln Tech, a group of schools in New Jersey, US 9. Lincoln University (disambiguation) 10. Old Lincoln High School, Tallahassee, Florida, US 11. University of Lincoln, UK

    Other organizations

    1. Lincoln City F.C., an English football club 2. Lincoln Red Imps F.C., a semi-professional football club of Gibraltar 3. Lincoln Temple United Church of Christ, a church in Washington, D.C., US 4. Lincoln–Lee Legion, a temperance organization

    Military craft

    1. Avro Lincoln, WWII RAF bomber 2. HMS Lincoln, several Royal Navy warships 3. USS Abraham Lincoln, two US Navy vessels and several fictitious vessels

    Rail stations

    1. Lincoln station (Illinois), an Amtrak station in Lincoln, Illinois, United States 2. Lincoln station (MBTA), Lincoln, Massachusetts, United States 3. Lincoln station (Nebraska), an Amtrak station in Lincoln, Nebraska, United States 4. Lincoln station (Nebraska, 1926–2012), Lincoln, Nebraska, United States 5. Lincoln station (RTD), a transit station in Lone Tree, Colorado, United States 6. Lincoln station (SkyTrain), Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada 7. Lincoln railway station, Lincoln, E...

    Roadways

    1. Lincoln Highway, South Australia 2. Lincoln Highway, US 2.1. Route of the Lincoln Highway 2.2. Lincoln Highway (Delaware) 2.3. Lincoln Highway (Omaha) 2.4. Lincoln Highway in Greene County, Iowa 3. Lincoln Tunnel, between New Jersey and New York 4. Lincoln Drive in Philadelphia 4.1. Lincoln Drive Bridgealso in Philadelphia

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    Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809, in Hodgenville, Kentucky, United States. His parents were Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks. His family was very poor. Abraham had one brother and one sister. His brother died in childhood. They grew up in a small log cabin, with just one room inside. Although slavery was legal in Kentucky at that time, Lincoln's father, who was a religious Baptist, refused to own any slaves. When Lincoln was seven years old, his family moved to Indiana. Later they moved to Illinois. In his childhood he helped his father on the farm, but when he was 22 years old he left home and moved to New Salem, Illinois, where he worked in a general store.Later, he said that he had gone to school for just one year, but that was enough to learn how to read, write, and do simple math. In 1842, he married Mary Todd. They had four children, but three of them died when they were very young.Abraham Lincoln was sometimes called Abe Lincoln or "Honest Abe" because of a legend...

    Lincoln started his political career in 1832 when he ran for the IGA Illinois General Assembly, but he lost the election. He served as a captain in the Illinois militia during the Black Hawk War, a war with Native American tribes. When he moved to Springfield in 1837, he began to work as a lawyer. Soon, he became one of the most highly respected lawyers in Illinois.In 1837, as a member of the Illinois General Assembly, Lincoln issued a written protest of its passage of a resolution stating that slavery could not be abolished in Washington, D.C. In 1841, he won a court case (Bailey v. Cromwell). He represented a black woman who claimed she had already been freed and could not be sold as a slave. In 1847, he lost a case (Matson v. Rutherford) representing a slave owner (Robert Matson) claiming return of fugitive slaves. After he moved to Illinois, he worked as a shopkeeper and postmaster. He rode the circuit of courts for many years. When he was 21, he worked on a flatboat that carrie...

    Lincoln was chosen as a candidate for the elections in 1860 for different reasons. Among these reasons were that his views on slavery were less extreme than those of other people who wanted to be candidates. Lincoln was from what was then one of the Western states, and had a bigger chance of winning the election there. Other candidates that were older or more experienced than him had enemies inside the party. Lincoln's family was poor, which added to the Republican position of free labor, the opposite of slave labor. Lincoln won the election in 1860, and was made the 16th President of the United States. He won with almost no votes in the South. For the first time, a president had won the election because of the large support he got from the states in the North.During his presidency Lincoln became well-known because of his large stovepipe hat. He used his tall hat to store papers and documents when he was traveling.

    Lincoln has been consistently ranked both by scholars and the public as one of the greatest U.S. presidents. He is often considered the greatest president for his leadership during the American Civil War and his eloquence in speeches such as the Gettysburg Address.

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