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Lincoln became president. Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1. Lincoln was elected to a second term as president. John Wilkes Booth shot Lincoln on April 14. Lincoln died on April 15. 30 GLOSSARY Congress—the group that makes laws for the United States. election—a contest in which people vote to choose a leader. illegal—against the law. lean-to—a rough shelter with one open side. legal—allowed by law. memorial—something that is a reminder of a person or an event. politics—activities that have to do with the work of a government.
When Lincoln was running for president, he got a letter from a little girl named Grace Bedell. Grace thought Lincoln would get more votes if he grew a beard. Lincoln wrote back to Grace. He said people might think it was silly to grow a beard when he had never had one before. However, he did grow one! At 6 feet 4 inches (2 m), Abraham Lincoln was taller than most men. He also had very long legs and arms. Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address was about two minutes long. S. history. TIMELINE 1809 1834 1842 1846 1861 1863 1864 1865 Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12.
Legal—allowed by law. memorial—something that is a reminder of a person or an event. politics—activities that have to do with the work of a government. slave—a person who is owned by another person. slavery—the practice of owning slaves. state assembly—a group that makes laws for a state. 31 LEARN MORE At the Library Devillier, Christy. Abraham Lincoln. First Biographies series. Edina: ABDO Publishing, 2001. Findley, Viola. Abraham Lincoln: A Great President. New York: Scholastic, 2007. Mara, Wil.