November 8, 1864 in History
Event:
Abraham Lincoln (R) elected to his 2nd term as president



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1864

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November 8


Abraham Lincoln History:
April 10, 1887 - President Abraham Lincoln's re-buried with his wife in Springfield, Illinois
April 21, 1865 - Abraham Lincoln's funeral train leaves Washington
April 14, 1865 - President Abraham Lincoln shot in Ford's Theater by John Wilkes Booth
December 8, 1863 - Abraham Lincoln announces plan for Reconstruction of South
March 3, 1863 - Abraham Lincoln approves charter for National Academy of Sciences
January 1, 1863 - Emancipation Proclamation issued by Abraham Lincoln
February 25, 1862 - Paper currency introduced in U.S. by President Abraham Lincoln
February 13, 1861 - Abraham Lincoln declared president
November 6, 1860 - Abraham Lincoln, born in Kentucky, Representative-R-Illinois 1847 - 1849, elected 16th president 1861 - 1865
May 18, 1860 - Republican Party nominates Abraham Lincoln for president
June 16, 1858 - Abraham Lincoln says "A house divided against itself cannot stand"
October 4, 1854 - Abraham Lincoln made his 1st political speech at Illinois State Fair
May 29, 1849 - Patent for lifting vessels granted to Abraham Lincoln
May 22, 1849 - Abraham Lincoln patents a buoying device
March 10, 1849 - Abraham Lincoln applies for a patent; only U.S. president to do so
November 4, 1842 - Abraham Lincoln marries Mary Todd in Springfield, Illinois
February 12, 1809 - Abraham Lincoln, Kentucky, R, 16th President, 1861 - 1865


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