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” I AM NOT BOUND TO WIN, BUT I AM BOUND TO BE TRUE. I MUST STAND WITH ANYBODY THAT STANDS RIGHT, AND STAND WITH HIM WHILE HE IS RIGHT, AND PART WITH HIM WHEN HE GOES WRONG.” 77 more words

Abraham Lincoln

Student Success Statement

“I am not bound to win, but I am bound to be true. I must stand with anybody that stands right, and stand with him while he is right, and part with him when he goes wrong.” 88 more words

“History does not record a more horrible crime,” Maryland and the death of Abraham Lincoln

 Guest post by Charles W. Mitchell

“I had never witnessed such a scene as was now presented. The seats, aisles, galleries, and stage were filled with shouting, frenzied men and women, many running aimlessly over one another; a chaos of disorder beyond control.” So recalled Washington attorney Seaton Munroe after racing to Ford’s Theatre on the evening of April 14, 1865, having heard a man on Pennsylvania Avenue scream, “My God, the President is killed at Ford’s Theatre!” 1,481 more words

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March 27, 1865 – President Abraham Lincoln met with his top field commanders to discuss plans for what they hoped would be the last campaign of the war. 567 more words

Abraham Lincoln

Ugly Murder in New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS (Gazette) — I cannot remember the last time I was in the lower 9th Ward of New Orleans. I always thought that they were a different species than myself living there. 52 more words

Family

My son and Abe Lincoln...a fabulous memory

Remember actor Wilford Brimley? Rumpled, curmudgeonly, crabby, walrus moustache. Hold that thought.

This is a story revisit, actually a rewrite- something I normally don’t do. 292 more words

Ford's Theater