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Lincoln Home Tour Videos

I spend some time browsing YouTube videos as you may have gathered. I find some of the Lincoln Home videos graciously posted by users as highly informative and at times highly entertaining. Please feel free to signup and post your own home videos of your visit at Lincolns home. Enjoy! Here is are some links to some pictures of the rooms in his Home. http://showcase.netins.net/web/creative/lincoln/gallery/pict.htm



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Stealing Lincolns Body

Following his death by assassination, the body of Abraham Lincoln was borne from Washington, D.C. to its final resting place in Lincoln’s hometown of Springfield, Illinois, by funeral train, accompanied by dignitaries and Lincoln’s eldest son Robert Todd. Some of the videos and images I have posted here show Lincolns only known photo in his coffin.

Stealing Lincolns Body - The History Channel

Stealing Lincolns Body – The History Channel

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The Assassination

April 14th, 1865 at Fords Theatre watching the a comedy play titled, “Our American Cousin”. President Lincoln and the nation had just endured a long civil war and was out for a night of relaxation with his wife, Mary Todd Lincoln.

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YouTube Videos Of Abraham Lincoln

I spend a lot of time searching the net for visual and audio assets which help bring Abraham Lincoln back to life. More and more I see some really neat stuff starting to emerge. Hope you enjoy these various YouTube videos!

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First Sounds

Did Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville record Abraham Lincoln’s voice on a phonautograph in the White House in 1863? We often get asked about this persistent rumor. The answer: we have seen no solid evidence that such a recording session ever took place, and we can trace the rumor itself back only a few decades.

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