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Edina: ABDO Publishing, 2001. Findley, Viola. Abraham Lincoln: A Great President. New York: Scholastic, 2007. Mara, Wil. Abraham Lincoln. New York: Children’s Press, 2003. com. Web sites about Lincoln are featured on our Book Links page. These links are routinely monitored and updated to provide the most current information available. C.

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. Abraham Lincoln. New York: Children’s Press, 2003.

He helped end slavery and keep the country together. 28 The Lincoln Memorial is a giant marble statue honoring the great president. FUN FACTS  Lincoln was also an inventor. He came up with an idea to use air-filled chambers to help boats pass over shallow parts of rivers.  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.

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