Lincoln's Home in Springfield
This is the front parlor of Abraham Lincoln's home in Springfield, Illinois. It was the only home Lincoln ever owned and he lived there with his family from 1844 until they moved to Washington in 1861. The house was built in 1839 by the Reverend Charles Dresser, the Episcopal Minister, who married Lincoln and Mary Todd three years later. Abraham Lincoln bought the house in 1844 for $1,500.
- 1910 circa 5 years
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