The Civil War's SesquicentennialOne Week at a Time
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Abraham Lincoln writes an eloquent and memorable response to Horace Greeley’s provocative editorial about slavery.
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The likeness of President Lincoln on the penny is an adpaoitn of a plaque executed by Victor David Brenner, an outstanding portraitist and sculptor. President Theodore Roosevelt was so impressed with Mr. Brenner’s design of a Lincoln plaque that he recommended to the Secretary of the Treasury that the design be placed on a coin to be issued in the Lincoln Centennial Year, 1909.The direction that Lincoln faces on the cent was not mandated—this was simply the choice of the designer.
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I am so glad that the PGCB rejected the cianso proposal. Having donated and sent emails and letters for the cause, I know first hand that most people in a position to okay these intrusions towards historic battlefields, will do the right thing when the time comes. Unfortunately, this is just another in a long series of modern battles against those who feel that money is more important than anything.
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I’m only a mere Australian and don’t know much of US currency or hiortsy but I must say: It was a joke, it made me smile, it accomplished it’s set goal. Bunch of pedantic knobs squabbling over technicalities, sucking the joy from life. Smile. It wont kill you This brings to mind a saying I’ve heard It takes 46 muscles to frown but only 4 to slap a fool. (On the plus side you can all tell me how wrong I am about amounts of muscles used to do what, here’s the beauty: I dont care!)
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