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*MARY TODD "Mamie" LINCOLN ~ (1869 - 1938) Was President Lincoln's GrandDaughter - She Was The Daughter Of His First Born Son Robert:

Mary Todd "Mamie" Lincoln Isham - was the granddaughter of President Abraham Lincoln. She was the daughter of his first born son, Robert.

Apparently Abraham once said of Robert that he reached the apex of his intelligence at 5. Ouch. *ROBERT T. LINCOLN:  taken 1870 (1st born)

Here's a nice picture of Abraham Lincoln's son, Robert, in He was the only son (out of to live to adulthood.

Jessie Harlan Lincoln (1875 - 1948) was the second daughter of Robert Todd Lincoln, the granddaughter of Abraham Lincoln, and the mother of Mary Lincoln Beckwith and Robert Todd Lincoln Beckwith, the last undisputed Lincoln descendant

Jessie Harlan Lincoln - was the second daughter of Robert Todd Lincoln, the granddaughter of Abraham Lincoln, and the mother of Mary Lincoln Beckwith and Robert Todd Lincoln Beckwith, the last undisputed Lincoln descendant

Explore the childhood home of Mary Todd Lincoln—the first landmark to honor one of our country’s leading ladies. - victoriamag.com

Explore the childhood home of Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of the sixteenth president of the United States–the first landmark to honor one of our country’s leading ladies.

Spooky Victorian Spirit Photography

Spooky Victorian Spirit Photography

In Mary Todd Lincoln went to a ‘spiritualist’ photographer who could show in a picture what she had always believed: that her late husband, President Lincoln never left her side.

Several brief stories illustrating President Lincoln's kind, patient, and congenial personality. All were submitted by a journalist from the New York World. They were reprinted in the Montgomery Daily Mail on June 8, 1865. Partner Institution: Alabama Archives and History.

Remembering Lincoln is an IMLS-funded project of Ford's Theatre Society that serves to engage teachers, students, enthusiasts and scholars with primary sources detailing responses to the Lincoln assassination.

Abraham Lincoln's White House Chair

This chair was given to President Abraham Lincoln as a gift in 1862 By Franklin Furniture of Illinois. The chair is from his personal study. Now Known as the Lincoln Bedroom.

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