"First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation of President Lincoln" by Francis Carpenter. Shown from left to right are Edwin Stanton, secretary of war; Salmon Chase, treasury secretary; Lincoln; Gideon Welles, secretary of the navy; Caleb Smith, interior secretary; William Seward, secretary of state; Montgomery Blair, postmaster general; and Edward Bates, attorney general.
The Peacemakers, George Peter Alexander Healy, 1868
Portrait on the wall of the Oval Office, the first Black American President, President-elect Barack Obama, and his predecessors in the foreground
Ford's Theatre where Lincoln was assassinated during a play called Our American Cousin and died at 7:22:10 A.M. The theatre still stands today on NW 10th Street in Washington, D.C..
Lincoln was prepared for his burial in Springfield, Illinois.
Lincoln Home National Historic Site[düzenle]
Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial[düzenle]
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