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Death of President Lincoln, 1865. People in the room: 12.

Death of President Lincoln, 1865. People in the room: 12.

In times of mourning, homes used to be draped in black. This is Lincoln's home in Springfield, Illinois, shortly after his death.

In times of mourning, homes used to be draped in black. This is Lincoln's home in Springfield, Illinois, shortly after his death.

Historic photo of Abraham Lincoln's actual funeral procession [The Abraham Lincoln Blog: Columbus Ohio Bids Lincoln Farewell].

Historic photo of Abraham Lincoln's actual funeral procession [The Abraham Lincoln Blog: Columbus Ohio Bids Lincoln Farewell].

lincoln funeral springfield 1865 | PRESIDENT LINCOLN 'S FUNERAL-THE CATAFALQUE AT THE CITY HALL, CHICAGO ...

lincoln funeral springfield 1865 | PRESIDENT LINCOLN 'S FUNERAL-THE CATAFALQUE AT THE CITY HALL, CHICAGO ...

Death of President Lincoln by Currier & Ives, 1865. People in room: 12 (Tad was never actually there).

Death of President Lincoln by Currier & Ives, 1865. People in room: 12 (Tad was never actually there).

149 years ago today Abraham Lincoln died after being shot in Ford's theater the night before. Abraham Lincoln’s Assassination - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com

149 years ago today Abraham Lincoln died after being shot in Ford's theater the night before. Abraham Lincoln’s Assassination - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com

"Death of President Lincoln" by Currier & Ives, 1865. People in the room: 12 (Tad was never actually there).

"Death of President Lincoln" by Currier & Ives, 1865. People in the room: 12 (Tad was never actually there).

When Abraham Lincoln's funeral train stopped in New York on April 24, 1865, tens of thousands of New Yorkers flocked to City Hall to view his coffin; five days later the New York Philharmonic opened its concert with the funeral march from Symphony No. 3, Eroica — Beethoven's celebration of a great hero.

When Abraham Lincoln's funeral train stopped in New York on April 24, 1865, tens of thousands of New Yorkers flocked to City Hall to view his coffin; five days later the New York Philharmonic opened its concert with the funeral march from Symphony No. 3, Eroica — Beethoven's celebration of a great hero.

Abraham Lincoln on his deathbed, 10th Street, Washington, DC, April 14-15, 1865. People in room: 26 (Tad was never actually there).

Abraham Lincoln on his deathbed, 10th Street, Washington, DC, April 14-15, 1865. People in room: 26 (Tad was never actually there).

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