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Family Dining Room - Abraham Lincoln's White House
Family Dining Room. Family lunches and dinners were frequently held here when both Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln were home -- and not at the Soldiers' Home. ...
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Hannibal Hamlin (1809-1891) - Abraham Lincoln's White House
H. Draper Hunt, Hannibal Hamlin, p. 155. Michael Burlingame and John R. Turner Ettlinger, editors, Inside Lincoln's White House: The Complete Civil War ...
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East Room - Abraham Lincoln's White House
The largest room in the White House, the East Room was the site of major social occasions and other events such as such the funerals of Mr. Lincoln's friend ...
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Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896) - Abraham Lincoln's White House
Harriet Beecher Stowe was an anti-slavery activist and the author of Uncle ... it was like the strength not so much of a stone buttress as of a wire cable. ...
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Edward Bates (1793-1869) - Abraham Lincoln's White House
Attorney General under President Lincoln, Edward Bates was somewhat estranged from the rest of the cabinet before his resignation in 1864. ...
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Edward D. Baker (1811-1861) - Abraham Lincoln's White House
Friend of Abraham Lincoln and lawyer who came in second in the 1843 Whig Convention for Congress, Edward D. Baker subsequently took the following ...
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Edwin D. Morgan (1811-1883) - Abraham Lincoln's White House
Governor of New York State (Republican, 1859-62), Edwin D. Morgan later served in Senate (1863-69), but his subsequent election bids were unsuccessful. ...
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Edwin M. Stanton (1814-1869) - Abraham Lincoln's White House
Nicknamed "Mars", Edwin M. Stanton was a pro-Breckinridge Democrat who was Attorney General under President James Buchanan (1860-61) and Secretary of War ...
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Edwin M. Stanton (1814-1869) - Abraham Lincoln's White House
Nicknamed "Mars", Edwin M. Stanton was a pro-Breckinridge Democrat who was Attorney General under President James Buchanan (1860-61) and Secretary of War ...
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Redecoration and Willie's Death - Abraham Lincoln's White House
She had invited 500 representatives of Washington society to show off the redecorated White House, her own new dress, and "The Mary Lincoln Polka" played by ...
 
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