Lincoln lost his first election.  He became the President of the United States of America, made slavery illegal, and reunited the nation.

Born into poverty in a log cabin in Kentucky, he was a self-educated lawyer, Whig Party leader, Illinois state legislator, and a US congressman from Illinois.  He, then, returned to his law practice in Springfield, Illinois.  

However, the Kanas-Nebraska Act angered Lincoln and he re-entered politics.  In 1860, Lincoln ran for president and easily won due to his anti-slavery stance.  Soon, the pro-slavery Southern states began succeeding from the Union and war was on.

In 1863, Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation and in 1864, Lincoln managed his own successful re-election campaign.  However, just five days after the end of the Civil War, Lincoln was fatally shot.  Just how much could he have accomplished in his next four years? 

“Stand for what you believe in.” – Lincoln


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Each image is limited to a total of 150 prints. Once the limit is reached, the image is retired. Additionally, each print is made to order and is on high quality fine art archival paper from superior printing services. Prints will be shipped rolled in a tube.

Each paper print comes unframed. The size options are standard sizes, meaning finding a frame to fit is easily done. If you are interested in a different size, please email me.

The framed image insitu (in a setting) is not quite to size.  Please, measure your space before purchasing.

Shipping: Please allow 3-5 business days to ship unless otherwise noted.

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