This is about one of the best president of the United States. His name is Abraham Lincoln he was the 16th president. He gave us a lot of things and we gave him a good life and supports for anything he did. Abraham Lincoln didn’t live a full life but he’s life was the most happiest life he probably had.Abraham Lincoln was in the office for about 4 years. The birth of Abraham Lincoln was February 12, 1809. Abraham Lincoln family is odd Lincoln, Robert Lincoln, William Lincoln, Edward Lincoln, Tod Lincoln, Thomas Lincoln, Nancy Lincoln. Abraham childhood is that his mother died when he was nine and his family moved several time. After the Black Hawk War, Lincoln did a number of different things.Abraham was self-education. His formal school was intermittent, the aggregate of which may have amounted to less than twelve month. He never attended college, but Lincoln retained a life long in learning. Life before presidency is that Lincoln worked as a boatman, store clerk, surveyor, militia soldier, and became a lawyer in Illinois. He was elected to the Illinois Legislature in 1840, and 1844. He was elected president of the United States in 1860.Abraham Lincoln was “a man of profound feeling, just and firm principles, and incorruptible integrity. Lincoln cabinet members are C.M.William 4. Seward Salmon P. Chase Simon Cameron, Edward Bates, Montgomery Blair. Abraham Lincoln was part of the National Union Party. Abraham Lincoln started in the office in March 4, 1861 to April 15, 1865.Lincoln never had a life after presidency because he was assassinated by a famous actor John Wilkes Booth in a theater. Almost everyone loved Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln did a lot for this country and saved & free a lot of people.Abraham Lincoln was one of the best president that was in our lives. He help million of people and did a lot but some people didn’t like him because of those things and they killed. Abraham Lincoln never made it to the end of presidency, so he died in a theater. Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States.