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A suburban Chicago man is building a replica of the train that transported the body of Abraham Lincoln from Washington to his final resting place in Springfield, Illinois so that another generation can experience its historic journey.
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Tom Hanks recently amazed audiences in the Academy Award-nominated Captain Phillips , and it was 30 years ago that the actor's first major movie set sail.
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In this photo made on Thursday, March 6, 2014, Tammy Myers, who runs the American Civil War Wax Museum for FutureStake Inc., stands beside shelves of heads of characters from the museum in Gettysburg, Pa.
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A life-sized Abraham Lincoln is about to go on the auction block alongside other historical figures and scenes at the American Civil War Wax Museum in Gettysburg.
LIBRARY OF CONGRESSUlysses S. Grant's 1864 promotion to lieutenant general left him in charge of all Union armies.
This photo provided by Papers of Abraham Lincoln project shows a note written by Abraham Lincoln.
The "Alone" promo shows Daryl and Beth holding hands at a cemetery, then on the run; but Maggie, Bob and Sasha are stuck in a creepy mist.
He didn't see a child; he saw a thug. He saw someone whose skin color and loud gangsta music screamed out threat, someone who would sooner shoot than listen to reason.
Award-winning documentary filmmaker Ken Burns will attend the premiere of his documentary about students at a Vermont school learning to memorize Gettysburg Address.
The short skirt showed off her gorgeous legs while wearing her exquisite beige and black Chanel flats, the fashion house for whom she is a brand ambassador of their beauty line.
The history detectives at the Papers of Abraham Lincoln, a project housed at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library in Springfield, have put together a story that sheds light on Abe Lincoln, political animal.
"Something's Coming." That sound you hear is a thousand musical theater snobs arching their brows as one.
This is the seated Lincoln statue, created by Gutzon Borglum, outside of the Essex County Courthouse in Newark, New Jersey.
Much the same can be said for the new "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" trailer , too.
BIOPICS are problematic at the best of times, but get it right and you can cement a person's place in history forever.
A construction worker stands on break, reflected in a wax rendition of the Underground Railroad at the Gettysburg Heritage Center.