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Abe Lincoln the Rail-Splitter
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Abraham Lincoln was born in 1809 in a log cabin in LaRue County, Kentucky. His family later moved to Indiana, then to Illinois. As a young man living in Decatur, Illinois, Abe Lincoln split rails to build a fence on his family’s farm. When he ran for president in 1860, people called him “Abe Lincoln the Rail Splitter.”
 
 
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