Abraham Lincoln: Preserving the Union (2 Parts)
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Learners examine the life and times of Abraham Lincoln. They explore the trials and tribulations of the Civil War, and the problem of slavery that destroyed the Union. They also explore the man behind the image of the 16th president.
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