Abraham Lincoln

United States

Abraham Lincoln Bio

Who is Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln, an American Statesman, was the 16th president of United States who is still well known for saving the union in U.S civil war. He was the first man to redeemed the slaves.

Early Life (Childhood)

He was born in Hodgenville, Kentucky from parents Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks. During his childhood, he used to work in the field and take care of the crops.

Interesting Facts

He was the captain in the Illinois Militia during the Black Hawk War. During his lifetime, he happened to suffered from melancholy which is called a clinical depression.

Personal Life

Abraham was married to Mary Todd and he was blessed with four children where three children died because of illness. Only Robert Lincoln was the heir of the Lincoln family.


Being the 16th president of United States was his biggest achievement. Abraham was a Lawyer and also a Republican Leader.


He was involved in many controversies as he was a politician.