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Penny. Made by Damin. Picture. Head Tail (Abraham Lincoln) (Shield). Abraham Lincoln. February 12, 1809 – April 15, 1865 Born in Hardin County, Kentucky. He was President of United States.

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Penny

Penny

Made by Damin


Picture
Picture

Head Tail

(Abraham Lincoln) (Shield)


Abraham lincoln
Abraham Lincoln

  • February 12, 1809 – April 15, 1865

  • Born in Hardin County, Kentucky.

  • He was President of United States.

  • Married with Mary Todd Lincoln. And four sons are Robert Todd Lincoln, Edward Baker Lincoln(died at age of 3), William Wallace Lincoln(died at age of 11) and Thomas Lincoln(died at age of 18).

  • Be assassinated (actually, probably killed by doctors probing for bullet, but he would have been a "vegetable" at best had he lived)


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Abraham Lincoln

  • Abraham Lincoln is generally considered to be the greatest American president. He led the US through the Civil War and at the time of his assassination had begun a policy of reconciliation to reunite the North and South.

  • His image was put on the coin in 1909 in honor of his birth centennial.


Symbol of pennies
Symbol of pennies

  • Shield in pennies, that symbolize ‘The U.S. as a united country as sought by Abraham Lincoln’.



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