Abraham Lincoln becomes the 16th U.S. president and prepares to face the sectional crisis head-on.
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Lincoln Gets Acquainted with Washington
President-elect Abraham Lincoln visits the U.S. Capitol and holds discussions with many top politicians regarding the secession crisis.
The Lincoln Funeral
April 19, 1865 – Funeral services for Abraham Lincoln took place at the White House. After the doctors pronounced Lincoln dead on the 15th, bells
The Second Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln
March 4, 1865 – Abraham Lincoln began a second term as U.S. president in Washington, D.C. Much had changed since Lincoln’s first inaugural just four
The Wade-Davis Bill: Congressional Reconstruction
July 3, 1864 – The U.S. Congress passed a measure that aimed to supersede President Abraham Lincoln’s “Ten Percent Plan” for bringing Confederate states back