Abraham Lincoln served as the 16th President of the United States. Lincoln took office in 1861 and won re-election in 1864. Lincoln did not serve out his second term in office, as John Wilkes Booth assassinated him on Ap... More »

Abraham Lincoln had several professions over his lifetime, but most notably, he was the 16th president of the United States of America. Elected in 1860, Lincoln led the country through the American Civil War. By issuing ... More »

President Abraham Lincoln officially became a lawyer on Sept. 9, 1836, when he received his law license. Fellow politician and attorney John Todd Stuart, a key figure in Lincoln's political career, strongly influenced Li... More »

There is no historical evidence to support claims that Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, was a vampire hunter. This lore arose from the publication and popularity of a bestselling work of historical f... More »

Abraham Lincoln officially became the 16th President of the United States on March 14, 1861. He was elected to that position on November 6th, 1860. More »

President Abraham Lincoln officially became a lawyer on Sept. 9, 1836, when he received his law license. Fellow politician and attorney John Todd Stuart, a key figure in Lincoln's political career, strongly influenced Li... More »

Some of the key events in Abraham Lincoln's life include the day he was born, the first time he was elected to office, the day he received his law license, the day he was inaugurated President of the United States and th... More »