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By Universal Poetry Publications
Former American President, Abraham Lincoln was instrumental in abolishing slavery from USA. Considering his role in promoting liberty and democracy, an online essay contest, Lincoln Liberty Prize is being organized for which sponsorship is welcome.

By The Soho Loft
This August 22, 2013 event is in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation and the 50th anniversary of The March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King's historic speech.

By Willow Manor Publishing
The first ever non-fiction book to cover the life of Major Henry R. Rathbone is being promoted in a new kickstarter campaign. Major Rathbone was the guest of Abraham Lincoln the night of the assassination.

By The Curator's Eye, LLC
The Curator’s Eye (www.CuratorsEye.com) offered several unique historic artifacts straight from the hand and presence of Abraham Lincoln himself.

By Walnut Creek Library Foundation
Master storyteller and Lincoln historian Arnold Kunst will present “The Wit and Wisdom of Abraham Lincoln,” designed for all audiences interested in a good laugh, with a dose of inspiration, Jan. 17, 6:30 pm, Walnut Creek Library.

By The Bobblehead LLC
Recently Gettysburg Museum Store removed The Bobblehead LLC's John Wilkes Booth Bobblehead from their store shelves, causing a major controversy among Abraham Lincoln and Civil War enthusiasts. Below is The Bobblehead LLC's owner Rick Lynn's view.

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By Universal Poetry Publications
Former American President, Abraham Lincoln was instrumental in abolishing slavery from USA. Considering his role in promoting liberty and democracy, an online essay contest, Lincoln Liberty Prize is being organized for which sponsorship is welcome.

By The Soho Loft
This August 22, 2013 event is in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation and the 50th anniversary of The March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King's historic speech.

By Willow Manor Publishing
The first ever non-fiction book to cover the life of Major Henry R. Rathbone is being promoted in a new kickstarter campaign. Major Rathbone was the guest of Abraham Lincoln the night of the assassination.

By image-restore
Could this be a new discovery of an original Daguerreotype of the young Abraham Lincoln?

By The Curator's Eye, LLC
The Curator’s Eye (www.CuratorsEye.com) offered several unique historic artifacts straight from the hand and presence of Abraham Lincoln himself.

By Library Company of Philadelphia
Rare Handwritten Lincoln Manuscript Goes on Exhibit January 28

By Walnut Creek Library Foundation
Master storyteller and Lincoln historian Arnold Kunst will present “The Wit and Wisdom of Abraham Lincoln,” designed for all audiences interested in a good laugh, with a dose of inspiration, Jan. 17, 6:30 pm, Walnut Creek Library.

By Pearl Editions, LLC
Concerns this election year are the same concerns Abraham Lincoln faced 150 years ago — truth, strength, good sense, and a desire to make government represent all people.

By The Bobblehead LLC
Recently Gettysburg Museum Store removed The Bobblehead LLC's John Wilkes Booth Bobblehead from their store shelves, causing a major controversy among Abraham Lincoln and Civil War enthusiasts. Below is The Bobblehead LLC's owner Rick Lynn's view.

By gal-friday publicity
Book raises questions about role of Catholic Church in assassination of Abraham Lincoln.

By Anonymous
Actor Jason Vail, who previously starred in the popular book trailer Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter on Youtube plays a lead role in The Asylum's latest feature, "Abraham Lincoln Vs Zombies" playing opposite Bill Oberst Jr. as Honest Abe.

By Andrea Waltz
Abraham Lincoln seems to be everywhere these days and a new political fiction thriller adds to the Lincoln phenomenon. Lincoln mysteriously shows up on the south lawn of the white house in the middle of the night with a message for Barack Obama.

By gal-friday publicity
Abraham Lincoln’s assassination tied to the Catholic Church

By 1-800-Haul-Out
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By Collectible Profiles
Ride With the Assassin (RWTA) Megan Hardgrave’s historical fiction novel has now been approved and on the shelves in the NPS Eastern National book shops in The Lincoln Home, Springfield, IL and Appomattox Courthouse, VA.

By Raider Publishing International
Raider Publishing International presents the release of Not Yet a Failure by Odeh Kingsley Iduh.

By Green Light Go Publicity
Setting the Scene for a Summer Romance, Ariel Abshire Releases "No Great Pretender" Video

By Dan Arnold
What would the world look like without Lincoln?

By A.V. Harrison Publishing
JENKINS: Confederate Blockade Runner, available at all Barnes & Noble locations, Amazon.com and Nook details the true story of Confederate blockade runner, Colonel C.T. Jenkins and his Baltimore roots, revealing his link to James Ryder Randall, poet.

By David Bruce Smith Publications
David Bruce Smith Publication continues to illuminate American History with three engaging books about prominent American historical luminaries; Chief Justice John Marshall, President Abraham Lincoln and playwright Tennessee Williams.

By David Bruce Smith Publications
DAVID BRUCE SMITH PUBLICATIONS presents “Three Miles From Providence: A Tale of Abraham Lincoln and the Soldiers’ Home” in recognition of the 150th anniversary of the commencement of the Civil War.

By COGfilm
Films Celebrate Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial and Civil War Sesquicentennial

By Rebecca Grose, SoCal Public Relations
New children's book with funny, young heroine who believes her dad was Abraham Lincoln, and she must protect him from assassination. When they join Martin Luther King Jr freedom movement (1966) in Chicago, everything changes.

By Virginia Lenneville
Although Abraham Lincoln is widely revered for saving a Union and freeing millions of slaves, his fight against the forces of the undead has remained in the shadows for hundreds of years.

By The Dragon
Dragons Giftware Lair announces its newest collectible-Lincoln Memorial Statue Replica Figurine!

By Pearl Editions, LLC
In her new audio book, Following Lincoln as He Followed Douglas, author Georgiann Baldino explains why America commemorates Abraham Lincoln’s failed bid to become the U.S. Senator from Illinois.

By Latest Business Report
Trust can sometimes be a hard thing to obtain, but because of his actions people trusted him. Abraham was a man of his word and he was very honest. He didn’t make empty promises and if he said he would do something he did it.

By Michael J. O'Neal
The shady world of Civil War espionage comes to life in Idaho author Michael J. O’Neal’s recently published novel, Crazy Bett. Based on historical events, it tells the story of Elizabeth Van Lew, a Union spy who lived in Richmond, Virginia.

By The Bobblehead, LLC "The Original Bobblehead"
The Bobblehead, LLC has just released its' current Top 10 Political Bobbleheads. The list was compiled on Top Tenz and is available for your comments.

By The Bobblehead, LLC "The Original Bobblehead"
The Lincoln Memorial Bobblehead stands 5.5" tall. Order by April 10th and have Bobblehead artist Rick Lynn hand sign your Bobblehead.

By Marta Felber
Celebrating Lincoln's love for cats, author Marta Felber has released a charming new book, A Cat's Eye View of Life and Love, told from the point of view of Sterling the cat, who came to live with Felber after the death of her husband, and full of de

By Jim Erskine, President Homeway Press
As our country celebrates the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln’s birth this month, one fellow Kentuckian wanted to ensure that people can picture Lincoln’s fascinating legacy - 200 times over.

By K.C. Piccard-Krone
The two-year partnership of the Oregon Lincoln Bicentennial Commission and the PSU Friends of History succeeds at educating Oregonians about America's history with slavery, the Civil War and how 16th President Abraham Lincoln emancipated the slaves.

By Lisa Mixon
David Contosta, an author and history professor at Chestnut Hill College, devoted six years of research in the lives of Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin for his work Rebel Giants: The Revolutionary Lives of Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin.

By Rakesh Sharma Jack
A few months back I visited my friend at Dehradun and then read a very beautiful quote “Temper Is A Valuable Thing…Don’t Lose It.” Believe me from that day onwards this beautiful quote was in my mind, and I wanted to give it a shape.

By Pearl Editions LLC
Naperville author and speaker Georgiann Baldino joins the World Speakers Association, a group serving professional speakers. Baldino has been a speaker and facilitator for over seven years. She heads her own consulting business established in 2004.

By Olympus Films+, LLC
The award-winning Sand Creek Massacre film will be presented for the Society of American Indian Govenment Employees

By Donald L. Vasicek/Olympus Films+, LLC
Sand Creek Massacre film powers Native Americans

By Pearl Editions LLC
CNN political producers recently released a story about Senator Hillary Clinton challenging Senator Barack Obama to debate her using the style of Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas.

By Spencer County Visitors Bureau
Mother’s Day celebration one of nation’s signature events honoring Lincoln’s 200th birthday; Gov. Daniels, Rep. Hill to speak at May 11 commemoration

By Jordan Christopher, Ivy Hollow Media
A fascinating look at the attitudes, demographics and realities of the election and why Obama should win including his fulfillment of the Abraham Lincoln legacy.

By Pearl Editions LLC
Almost 150 years ago a different political campaign captured public attention. Abraham Lincoln was running against Stephen Douglas to become senator from Illinois, but the campaign had implications far beyond a state election.

By Pearl Editions LLC
The Midwest Book Review features "Following Lincoln as He Followed Douglas" in their February 2008 Small Press Bookwatch.

By Friends of History at Portland State University
The special showing of this anti-slavery movie is one of the events the FOH is sponsoring as part of the year long commemoration of the 200th birthday of "the Great Emancipator":President Abraham Lincoln,which will take place on February 12, 2009.

By Donald L. Vasicek/Olympus Films+, LLC
The award-winning Sand Creek Massacre documentary film has been nominated for Best Native American Film by Judges and the Selection Committees of the Trail Dust Film Festival.

By Donald L. Vasicek/Olympus Films+, LLC
Olympus Films=, LLC launches Sand Creek Massacre lesson plans.

By Crystar Press
Critically acclaimed author makes controversial statement that Abraham Lincoln's spirit passed into the astral world and was reborn as Charles Lindbergh.

By Richard Salva / Crystar Press
A startling statement by a yoga master sheds light on a possible Hindu origin for the American celebration of Thanksgiving.



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