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Never before seen photo of a young Abraham Lincoln.

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outside

Livingston, TX

#1 Feb 1, 2012
That is not a picture of Abe Lincoln. Abe was 17 when the first photo was taken in France. Lincoln was 30 when the daguerreotype was invented. Also in France. Photography, in the US, was used for the first time during the civil war.
miriam

Hillsborough, NJ

#2 Apr 14, 2012
outside wrote:
That is not a picture of Abe Lincoln. Abe was 17 when the first photo was taken in France. Lincoln was 30 when the daguerreotype was invented. Also in France. Photography, in the US, was used for the first time during the civil war.
What are you a freaking moron? It's President Lincoln! Get you facts right before you write ignorant wrong stuff down. Hater!
outside

Livingston, TX

#3 May 28, 2012
Joseph Draper of New York made one of the oldest photographic portraits known in 1839. Lincoln was then 31.
Abraham was still wearing buckskin pants and going barefoot at the time. You could find him reading a law book under a shade tree in Springfield.
AM-I-AM

Hillsborough, NJ

#4 Jul 2, 2012
Incredible simularities between President Lincoln and Obama. both were bi-racial. Both divided and bankrupted America with their radical socialist policies. Both were assasinated shortly after being re-elected and both have their images on money.
outside

Livingston, TX

#5 Aug 4, 2012
Abraham Lincoln was not biracial. Both his mother and his father's ancestors came from England.

Lincoln moved America away from an aristocratic society, based on inheritance and property. His policies helped create the richest nation on earth.

Source: Lincoln, Davis, and Booth

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