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Portrait length color image of Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theater, 1865 aka. The Ancient One, by George Stuart.

Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theater, 1865

Portrait by
artist-historian George Stuart.

Courtesy Museum of Ventura County.
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“Now he belongs to the ages,” E.M. Stanton.

The war had ended, the killing had stopped. Lincoln was happy for the first time in years. He was planning his fight to get a just and equitable reconstruction program through Congress. If he could accomplish that the nation would be united once again.

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