7 Facts About Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln was an American politician and lawyer. Also, served the 16th President of the United States. He was born on February 12, 1809, in Hodgenville, Kentucky. And died on April 15, 1865. He led America in the civil war. Before politics, he worked as a ferry operator and a flatboat pilot. He got just 18 months of formal schooling. And a practicing law without a degree. He loves animals, but he doesn’t hunting and fishing. He was also a was a wrestler and take part in wrestling bouts. The first time he lost his presidential bid for election. He is also a religious person he read the Bible daily but don’t go Church.
(Fact#1) He loves to eat oysters. He has also a cat who ate at the white house dining table. Lincoln loved animals he has also a dog his name is Fido, and cat name is Tabby. You know his favorite food was, he doesn’t like fast food, he likes to eat fruits. He also likes to eat chicken casserole.
(Fact#2) He was the first present who use to use the telegraph. At that time there was no email so he uses telegraph as an email. His mother is a housewife she is killed by poisoned milk. He was also a businessman but he failed in his first business. His shoe size was between 12 and 14. For several purposes, his coffin was open five times.
(Fact#3) He separated from his father so didn’t attend his father funeral. He likes music but he doesn’t know how to play music. His son died in White when he was in a session. His animals also die in a fire set in White House.
(Fact#4) Lincoln signed legislation creating the U.S. Secret Service on On April 14, 1865, It was the first secret services in the United States. His mission was to monitor law and enforcement agencies. Secret services didn’t come for the security of Lincoln. Behind of his success is a continuous struggle. He tried again and again.
(Fact#5) In 1876 a group of people tries to steal his body from Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, Ill. They use this body for large ransom. Lincoln bedroom was not only a bedroom he met people and cabinet members in his bedroom. He was the first president to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol Rotunda.
(Fact#6) He ran from United State for two-time but failed both times. He was the only president to have a patent. he invents the device free steamboats that ran aground. On 1816 his family moved to The Lincoln family moved to Indiana.
(Fact#7) Lincoln was involved in a smattering of cases involving slavery when he was a lawyer. He told the issues to clients on both sides. At the middle age, he changes his political party shifted to Whigs to the newly-formed Republican Party.
Abraham Lincoln Quotes
(1) Whenever I hear anyone arguing for slavery, I feel a strong impulse to see it tried on him personally.
(2) You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you can not fool all the people all of the time.