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Gallaudet University celebrates a Lincoln-related milestone

This month marks 150 years since Lincoln signed into law a bill authorizing the  Columbia Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind to award college-level degrees.   27 more words

Abraham Lincoln

and a stop at Ford's Theater to learn about Lincoln's death

I had no idea that my husband was such a Lincoln enthusiast…so there was no leaving DC in the week of April 15th without seeing… 82 more words


The Lincolns: Portrait of a Marriage

While I mostly read fiction, every once in awhile, a biography will sneak its way into my stacks. Daniel Mark Epstein’s The Lincoln’s:  Portrait of a Marriage… 205 more words


Sunday's a Commin'

Only fools believe government to be benevolent. Only Christ is benevolent and a government that protects the inalienable rights of its citizens acts on the behalf of Jesus Christ. 194 more words

United States

“If friendship is your weakest point, then you are the strongest person in the world.”
Abraham Lincoln

Inspiration & Motivation

"Fighting Rebels with Only One Hand"

August 26, 1861/2011

Volume 2, Issue 36 (46 Issues Since 15 October 2010)

Vermont Recruits!

August 19, 1861. Countless recruiting posters nationwide encouraged men to enlist. 640 more words

Civil War Book Of Days: 1861