Abraham Lincoln in the 1850s (from Kansas-Nebraska to his election)

Abraham Lincoln in the 1850s (from Kansas-Nebraska to his
Abraham Lincoln in the 1850s (from Kansas-Nebraska to his
Abraham Lincoln in the 1850s (from Kansas-Nebraska to his
Abraham Lincoln in the 1850s (from Kansas-Nebraska to his
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This fun worksheet asks students to consider what they would do if they were Abraham Lincoln! Should he remain on the sidelines or run for Congress again? How should he react to the Crittenden Compromise? Is Fort Sumter worth fighting over? For each situation, there are some insights into what Lincoln might be thinking, but students must choose what they think is the best course of action. The activity closes with a look at Lincoln's Inaugural Address and asks students to consider how the newly elected President approaches his very difficult task of preserving the union. Great primary source work and considering of varied perspectives.
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Abraham Lincoln in the 1850s (from Kansas-Nebraska to his
Abraham Lincoln in the 1850s (from Kansas-Nebraska to his
Abraham Lincoln in the 1850s (from Kansas-Nebraska to his
Abraham Lincoln in the 1850s (from Kansas-Nebraska to his