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I n honor and memory of William C. Bates Jr., the offices of Woods & Bates in Lincoln will be closed on Friday, March 14. William "Bill" C. Bates Jr. practiced law in Lincoln beginning in the 1950s.
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Bill O'Reilly doesn't think President Barack Obama's appearance on "Between Two Ferns" was funny, calling it "a little bit desperate" and saying Abraham Lincoln wouldn't have done it.
A pair of cartes de visite showing Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad, other Civil War-era cartes de visite of soldiers , and stereoview cards from prominent early photographers will be auctioned on Thursday, March 20, by Waverly Rare Books at the firm's gallery in northern Virginia.
Stephen L. Carter, a professor of law at Yale University, is the author of "The Violence of Peace: America's Wars in the Age of Obama" and the novel "The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln."
But when it comes to local elections, Tooele County Republicans have the Lincoln Day Dinner to indicate potential front runners.
The New Canaan Historical Society is presenting a Civil War lecture series, "The Civil War: A Feminine View," coinciding with Women's History Month.
Students in all grade levels traveled into the past for this year's Heritage Day event at Trinity Christian School.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall was back in the legislature Monday after a trip to Washington last week and facing questions about his future.
Ann Marie Donegan, who became mayor a little over two months ago, is situated in an office at City Hall adorned with photographs of her 9-year-old son, Luke, and paintings of presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
This 1868 cartoon from Harper's Weekly shows Gen. Ulysses Grant and ousted Secretary of War Edwin Stanton near a cannon labeled "Congress," aimed at temporary Secretary of War Lorenzo Thomas and President Johnson.
Theatre: The folks at the Storefront Theatre have been busy mopping and cleaning since a water main break in February flooded their venue , shut them down, and forced a relocation of their February production, an adaptation of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew .
A letter written by Abraham Lincoln is addressed only to "my dear Sir" and has a small section clipped out of it - but why? Researchers at the Papers of Abraham Lincoln project investigated the letter in which the president asks an ally to keep an eye on a possible supporter in the 1860 election, the AP reports .
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Historians unravel the mystery of a cryptic note from Abraham Lincoln written when he was a presidential candidate seeking political support in New York The 27-year-old was the first to arrive for training on Sunday, swiftly followed by the hunky Big Time Rush singer.
Sierra Art Trails Presents... "Valley View - Yosemite Trails, Currents and Visions" is a juried exhibit focused on Yosemite National Park, in particular Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Grove of giant sequoias, the regions designated as protected by the Yosemite Land Grant in 1864.
Hello, friends and residents of Naperville. We've turned the page on February, which is always a special month to remember those in your lives that are near and dear to you.