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A Lincoln Gallery

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Choose from 31 pictures in our A Lincoln collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Featured Print

Michael O'Laughlen, member of the Lincoln conspiracy, 1865 (1955). Artist: Unknown

Michael O'Laughlen, member of the Lincoln conspiracy, 1865 (1955). A former Confederate soldier, O'Laughlen (1840-1867) was an old friend of John Wilkes Booth and one of his first recruits to his plot to kidnap President Abraham Lincoln and hold him to ranson in exchange for the release of Confederate prisoners of war. O'Laughlen denied any involvement in the assassination of the president but was found guilty of conspiracy and sentenced to life imprisonment. He died in 1867 during an outbreak of yellow fever at the prison on the Dry Tortugas off Florida. A print from Mathew Brady Historian with a Camera by James D Horan, Bonanza Books, New York, 1955.

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'Mrs. North and Her Attorney', 1864. Artist: John Tenniel

'Mrs. North and Her Attorney', 1864. Mrs North says: You see, Mr. Lincoln, we have failed utterly in our course of Action; I want Peace, and so, if you cannot effect an Amicable Arrangement, I must put the Case into Other Hands. A miserable President Lincoln is being told by Mrs North that the Civil War must be brought to an end. Recently, McClellan was nominated to stand against Lincoln for the Democratic candidacy, and that is why Mrs North says that if Lincoln cannot bring the matter to a conclusion, she will have to instruct somebody else - rather in the manner of instructing a different solicitor to sort out a civil matter without recourse to legal action. In fact, though, McClellan's nomination led to a split in the party between those for continuing the war, and those advocating peace, and this divergence led to Lincoln's re-election. From Punch, or the London Charivari, September 24, 1864.

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