President’s Day Trivia: A few facts about Washington and Lincoln Infographic | The Momiverse | George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Presidents Day, Presidents'

President’s Day Trivia: A few facts about Washington and Lincoln Infographic | The Momiverse | George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Presidents Day, Presidents'

The Life of a Legend: President Abraham Lincoln Infographic. Get details about Abraham Lincoln's genealogy & family tree, discover facts about his life & more in this Infographic from GenealogyBank.com.

The Life of a Legend: President Abraham Lincoln Infographic. Get details about Abraham Lincoln's genealogy & family tree, discover facts about his life & more in this Infographic from GenealogyBank.com.

this would be cute to make when Bradley is learning about presidents! Celebrate Abraham Lincoln’s birthday with an art project that’s priceless!

this would be cute to make when Bradley is learning about presidents! Celebrate Abraham Lincoln’s birthday with an art project that’s priceless!

Fudge Stripes Dark Chocolate cookie + 1/2 Little Debbie Swiss Roll = 1 sweet ABE HAT CUPCAKE TOPPER!!! Perfect for Presidents' Day snack treat Abraham Lincoln Hat Top hat, snowman hat

Fudge Stripes Dark Chocolate cookie + 1/2 Little Debbie Swiss Roll = 1 sweet ABE HAT CUPCAKE TOPPER!!! Perfect for Presidents' Day snack treat Abraham Lincoln Hat Top hat, snowman hat

Abraham Lincoln beard pattern. Use the printable outline for crafts, creating stencils, scrapbooking, and more. Free PDF template to download and print at http://patternuniverse.com/download/abraham-lincoln-beard-pattern/

Abraham Lincoln beard pattern. Use the printable outline for crafts, creating stencils, scrapbooking, and more. Free PDF template to download and print at http://patternuniverse.com/download/abraham-lincoln-beard-pattern/

President Abraham Lincoln, who was shot on April 14th, 1865 by John Wilkes Booth in Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C., just five days after the surrender of the Civil War's Confederate leader, General Lee. He died the following morning

President Abraham Lincoln, who was shot on April 14th, 1865 by John Wilkes Booth in Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C., just five days after the surrender of the Civil War's Confederate leader, General Lee. He died the following morning

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