Last Picture Taken of Abraham Lincoln

 

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Last Picture of Abraham Lincoln

The Last Picture Taken of Abraham Lincoln

This is a dramatic portrait of Abraham Lincoln.  It was taken on April 10, 1865 . . . four days before his Assassination. It is interesting to note the look on Lincoln's face. While four years of Civil War have had a dramatic effect on the facial features of the president, there is a sense of calm and peace on his face in this image . . . as if he knows that he has run a good race, and completed his task.

 

 

 

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