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The Penny This is a penny. It is worth 1 cent. Abraham Lincoln is on the penny. He was a president of the United States. This is Abraham Lincoln. If you look at his face you will see that he has a beard. His face looks just like the face on the penny.

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This is a penny.

It is worth 1 cent.

Abraham Lincoln is on

the penny. He was a

president of the United

States.


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This is Abraham

Lincoln. If you look at his face you will see that he has a beard. His face looks just like the face on the penny.


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This is what Abraham Lincoln looks like with no beard. A little girl told him that he would look better with a beard. What do you think?




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In this picture Abraham Lincoln is becoming the President of the United States. A lot of the people were glad to have him for president. He was a very honest president. He also said all of the slaves could be free.


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On the back of the penny there is a picture of a the United States. A lot of the people were glad to have him for president. He was a very honest president. He also said all of the slaves could be free.

building. This building is in Washington D.C..

The big building was made so that all of the

people would remember President Lincoln. Do

you think that the one on the penny looks like

the real

building?


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In this big building there is a big statue the United States. A lot of the people were glad to have him for president. He was a very honest president. He also said all of the slaves could be free.

of Abraham Lincoln. A lot of the people

who go to Washington, D.C.

like to stop and

see the statue.


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Slide 3 the United States. A lot of the people were glad to have him for president. He was a very honest president. He also said all of the slaves could be free. Abraham Lincoln, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing left. Brady National Photographic Art Gallery (Washington, D.C.), photographer. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1864 January 8]

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Slide 4 Lincoln, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front].

Shepherd, Nicholas H., photographer.

CREATED/PUBLISHED [1846 or 1847]

America's First Look into the Camera: Daguerreotype Portraits and Views, 1839-1864 Item 3 of 5

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Slide 5 the United States. A lot of the people were glad to have him for president. He was a very honest president. He also said all of the slaves could be free. Mrs. Abraham Lincoln, full-length portrait, standing, facing left, near table].

CREATED/PUBLISHED [photographed between 1860 and 1865(?), printed later]

By Popular Demand: Portraits of the Presidents and First Ladies, 1789-Present Item 89 of 500

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Slide 6 A photograph of the President and Thomas (Tad) made by Mathew B. Brady on February 9, 1864.

CREATED/PUBLISHED [photographed 1864 February 9, printed later]

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Slide 7 the United States. A lot of the people were glad to have him for president. He was a very honest president. He also said all of the slaves could be free. Inauguration of Mr. Lincoln, 4 March 1861.

CREATED/PUBLISHED 1861 March 4.

"I Do Solemnly Swear ...": Presidential Inaugurations Item 79 of 115

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Slide 8 the United States. A lot of the people were glad to have him for president. He was a very honest president. He also said all of the slaves could be free. Memorial. Exterior of Lincoln Memorial III.

Horydczak, Theodor, ca. 1890-1971, photographer.

CREATED/PUBLISHED ca. 1920-ca. 1950.

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Slide 9 Lincoln Memorial. Statue of Lincoln II.

Horydczak, Theodor, ca. 1890-1971, photographer.

CREATED/PUBLISHED ca. 1920-ca. 1950.

Washington as It Was: Photographs by Theodor Horydczak, 1923-1959 Item 10 of 42

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