You were Lincoln!
You came a long way from your humble birth in a log cabin in the Kentucky frontier in 1809. Your family moved to Illinois when you were 21, and at age 22 you become a surveyor, shopkeeper, and postmaster in Springfield. In 1834 you got elected to the Illinois state legislature, where you first denouced slavery publicly. In 1836 you got your law license. At the age of 33 you married Mary Todd, and had four children. Unfortunately, one died at age 4 and another at age 12. After losing the election to Senate, you became nominated as the new Republican Party's candidate for president. You won the election, just as southern states began seceding from the Union. You became the President that saw the nation through its bloodiest war to date. During your second term in office, the same year that Robert E. Lee surrenders and ends the Civil War, you were shot in the Ford Theater by John Wilkes Booth. Later that year, the Thirteenth Amemdment to the Constitution abolished slavery.
Which Leader Were You in a Past Life?
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