10 U.S. Presidents: Before And After The White House

Abraham Lincoln 1861

Having been a mere general store owner in 1832, Abraham Lincoln, became the President of the U.S. in 1861. He was a man of great charisma and intelligence, and, before entering the White House, he was a surveyor, a lawyer and was admitted to the bar.

Abraham Lincoln 1865

By April 15, 1865, Lincoln’s time as America’s 16th President was over. He had a tumultuous time at the White House, with some success but according to most, mainly failure, in the realm of American domestic and foreign policy at the time.

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