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The cryptic note penned by Abraham Lincoln identifies its recipient only as "my dear Sir" and has a small section carefully clipped out.
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Historians believe they've unraveled the mystery of a cryptic note Abraham Lincoln penned that doesn't identify the recipient by name and has a section clipped out.
5 hrs ago | Roseville Review
Long-standing friends Sammie Hallgren, Kirsta Graf and Tessah Indlecoffer at the Winter Week pepfest on Jan. 31. Kirsta Graf is well known among her peers and the faculty at Mounds View High School for her exuberance, positive attitude and her unwavering commitment to her school.
9 hrs ago | Daily Kos
This International Women's Day, a short tribute to just five of the great American women who shaped our world and stand as heroic figures.
13 hrs ago | Sunherald.com
The film called "The Address" follows the 50 boys at the Greenwood School in Putney who have learning disabilities as they struggle to learn and recite the words uttered by Abraham Lincoln in 1863.
18 hrs ago | KRAV-FM Tulsa
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.
Abraham Lincoln said, "The best way to predict your future is to create it." So what kind of future is being created in Delhi Township? How will we get there? And who is the future Delhi Township for? The last question is the easiest to answer.
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.
Which President is Hollywood's favorite? Stories of America's chief executive have always been exceedingly popular pop culture targets, from award-winning films to TV sketch comedy.
This is the seated Lincoln statue, created by Gutzon Borglum, outside of the Essex County Courthouse in Newark, New Jersey.
"Something's Coming." That sound you hear is a thousand musical theater snobs arching their brows as one.
How LBJ passed the '64 Civil Rights Act-by lying, schmoozing, charming, and threatening-is dramatized in the new Broadway play, starring Bryan Cranston.
The story of the "crisis" in Ukraine has been presented as an immediate threat to all civilized life on earth yet for days now, news anchors have been doing reports standing in front of what looks like crowds gathered for a winter version of Jazz Fest.
From Cicero to hick, President Lincoln has many voices in Jerome Charyn's novelization of America's greatest leader-and he also has sex.
A construction worker stands on break, reflected in a wax rendition of the Underground Railroad at the Gettysburg Heritage Center.
Abass Hassan Mohammed, originally of Somali, poses with a statue of Abraham Lincoln after becoming an American citizen on July 26, 2013 in New York City.
Grey lady: Diane Kruger keeps up exercise routine with another pilates class in West Hollywood and treats herself to fresh juice Diane Kruger kept up her exercise routine on Wednesday in an all-grey ensemble as she went to a pilates class in West Hollywood, California.