Abraham Lincoln । biography facts childhood political story death 500+

Abraham Lincoln । biography facts childhood political story death 500+

Abraham Lincoln an introduction

 

Abraham Lincoln was America’s politician and lawyer. He took oath as the 16th President of the United States in 1861.

He was a black President He led the US with a big ethical, constitutional and political crisis. By abolishing slavery, strengthening the federal government and modernizing the economy of the country.

Lincoln biography is full of struggles. Lincoln was born in a poor family. That’s why he did not study school. He studied by himself and got an attorney degree. Along with advocacy, he was also interested in politics. Along with advocacy, he was also a member of the Illinois State Legislature, and a member of the House of Representatives of America. Again a few days later he left the political party and started pleading back.

They have seen very high ups and downs in their lives. 1854 They came again in politics and contested but they failed. They got lost in defeat. But still he did not leave. He became the leader of a Republican party and joined the public service.

When he was 55 years old, Senate was elected in the United States and Lincoln participated in this election and he was successful in achieving success. And in 1861 he was elected the 16th President of the United States. He was President of 1861 to 1865 during the American Civil War

Lincoln was a man of faith, bold and open-minded. They ended the fair black-and-slave tradition in America. His whole life was full of struggles.

In America, credit goes to end slave practice.

Fact about Abraham Lincoln

Name Abraham Lincoln
Date of birth 12 January 1809
Birth place Sinking Spring Farm, Kentucky (US)
Death 15 April 1865
Father’s Name Thomas Lincoln
Grand Father’s Name Captain Abraham Lincoln
Mother’s Name Nancy Hanks Lincoln
Political party Republican
Nationality American
Occupation Lawyer
Wife/Spouse Marie Todd
Children Robert, Edward, Willie and Tand

Abraham Lincoln Birth and Family

Lincoln was born in a Christian family on February 12, 1809, at a wooden house in Kentucky, in Spring Springs, near Hodgainville, United States. His father’s name was Thomas Lincoln and mother’s name was Nancy Hanks Lincoln. Their descendents were British and settled in New Jersey and Virginia in the US.

Lincoln had a great sister named Sarah, and had a younger brother, Thomas, who died in childhood. His father was a church Baptist and was also a good adviser.

His family moved from Kentucky to Indiana, when Lincoln was only seven years old. He later moved to Illinois. His family was a farmer. So Lincoln used to work on the field with his father.

Lincoln’s grandfather was named Captain Abraham Lincoln, who was killed during the raids. The main reason for his family’s leaving Kentucky was that he lost his property in the land dispute and went to Indiana.

Lincoln’s mother died from an unknown illness on October 5, 1818, when he was only 9 years old. Lincoln’s father, on 2 December 1819, to take care of his children and to take care of his home, Sarah Bush Johnson married another widowed woman. Lincoln’s stepmother was of very good nature. He took great care of Lincoln.

Lincoln’s father was a farmer and he did not have the money to teach Lincoln. So Lincoln was not studying. But his stepmother used to provoke him for studies. But Lincoln did his studies from home, he never went to school. Lincoln did not like doing wages in the field, he enjoyed studying. Lincoln has completed his studies. It was filled with self-confidence of the great. Lincoln also became athletics and wrestling champion until he was 21 years old.

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