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Abraham Lincoln

by Teagan, Hadlee, Delilah


Abraham Lincoln
Written and Illistrated by: Hadlee Jones, Teagan Smith, and Delilah Dawson
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Do you want to learn about Abraham Lincoln
Do you want to learn about Abraham lincoln if so then I hope you enjoy it!
5th-grade students in Mrs.novys class wrote this story. We will talk about how he died when he was young and the Emancipation Proclamation. All of these facts are kid friendly and we want to thank the website ducksters because we learned lots from them we made sure this book was not too long or boring because were kids know stuff any way go ahead and start reading and we hope you enjoy going back in time to the olden days!! Have fun!
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The Beginning of Abraham's Life
Our story begins all the way in Hardin County, Kentucky. On February 12, 1809, Lincon was just born in a one-room log cabin I thought a one-room cabin I would think it would be useless but once I saw it was cool in an old-fashioned way. He was little so they did not have slaves instead he was taught how bad slavery is. Also how wrong it is to. When he was 7 he had to move to Indiana but they got a pretty nice house there. It was not like their room loge a cabin once he had moved he got pashinate about reading and righting. He grew his brain while also growing his working skills so he had to chop down wood with an ax for some days. Abraham Lincon had many jobs one was a shopkeeper and he got that job when he was 23 but once he was 22 he moved to Illinois and bought the shop a while after he served as caption during the Black Hawk War! He ran for political office for the first time. Then when he was 25 he ran again for the house of representatives. He meets marytodd when serving in the representatives and then they get married in 1842 when he was 33 years old.
random fact: Lincon was famous for his beard but back then they were called whiskers MEOW!!!!
The Emancipaton Proclamation
The Emancipation Proclamation was an incredible choice that Abraham Lincoln made. The Emancipation Proclamation was something that Abraham Lincoln issued on January 1, 1863. The Emancipation Proclamation freed all slaves from the Confederate States. The Emancipation Proclamation was five pages long and tied off with blue and red ribbon. Now here is the crazy part, 4 million slaves were freed by the Emancipation Proclamation and more than 360,000 of them in North Carolina! Abraham Lincoln was very brave and a very good person. He stood up for what was right and made amazing things happen. The Emancipation Proclamation confirmed thier demand that the war for Union must become a war for freedom. It added moral force to the Union cause and strengthened the Union both militarily and politically. The Proclamation declaired, "that all people held as slaves" within the rebellious states "are, and henceforward shall be free." Before the Emancipation Proclamation Abraham Lincoln bought the slaves for 1 million dollars (which was a LOT of money back then) and then let all of them free. It is crazy how he spent 1 million dollars on slaves just to let them be free and have a good rest of their life!
Here are some fun facts about the Emancipation Proclamation in Audio!
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