Town promotes its role in Lincoln's rise
Cloaked in a top hat, frock coat, pleated shirt and cravat, Paul Bahnmaier is on a frenetic campaign to thrust his 600-person hometown into the spotlight by heralding its seismic yet little-known place in antebellum history: The first step toward Abraham Lincoln's election as president took place here.
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Since: Aug 12
#1 Dec 2, 2012
My Grandmother Shaner would be so proud! Way to Go!!
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