Biography of Abraham Lincoln

BIOGRAPHY ABRAHAM LINCOLNMAIN ACHIEVEMENTSLESSONSABRAHAM LINCOLN's MY FAVORITE SAYMAIN EVENTS:ABRAHAM LINCOLNDate of bithPlace of birthFebruary 12, 1809Death datePlace of dateLaRue County, Kentucky, USAApril 15, 1865Petersen House, Washington, USA1809: Born in Kentucky (USA)1816: Moved back to Indiana with his familyAutumn of 1818: Mother died1820: Dad remarried1834: Elected congressman of Inlinoi state, started political activities1836: Re-elected Congressman of Inlinoi, became a lawyer1838: Elected 3rd Inlinoi State Senator1840: Elected 4th Inlinoi State Senator1842: Married to Merythot1843: Birth of first son Robert1846: Elected Member of the Federal Assembly1860: Elected President for the 16th term1861: The North American War begins1863: Publication of the Emancipation Proclamation. State the famous sentence "The government of the people, based on the people and for the people"1864: Elected President for the 17th term1865: Assassinated and died on April 14, aged 56.Lincoln led the country through the American Civil War, the nation's greatest moral, cultural, constitutional, and political crisis. He succeeded in defending the Union, abolishing slavery, strengthening the federal government, and modernizing the American economy.1. Listen to all sides2. Know how to relax to regain energy3. When you make mistakes, have the courage to admit them and learn from them4. Don't be greedy for glory5. Give everyone a chance6. Stay optimistic and calm during a crisis7. Control and master your time8. Always use examples to illustrate problems when speaking9. Be a master speaker10. Accept responsibility for the mistakes of subordinatesIf you give me 6 hours to chop down a tree, I will spend 4 hours sharpening the ax
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