What is Lincoln?

  • (noun): Capital of the state of Nebraska; located in southeastern Nebraska; site of the University of Nebraska.
    Synonyms: capital of Nebraska
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Ron Kurtenbach
... Ron Kurtenbach is a Lincoln, Nebraska communist born January 6, 1943 ... An enthusiastic community activist, he is one of the original group which founded local Lincoln radio station KZUM and the local grocery co-op Open Harvest ... He is also one of the group which founded the short-lived Lincoln Communist music venue, The Red and Black Café, in the early 1990s, a spin off to another talk program he ...
Robert Todd Lincoln - Family and Early Life
... Lincoln graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy in 1860, then studied at Harvard University from 1861 to 1864, where he was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon (Alpha chapter) ... Much to the embarrassment of the President, Mary Todd Lincoln prevented Robert Lincoln from joining the Union Army until shortly before the war's conclusion in 1865 ... Lincoln had a distant relationship with his father, in part because Abraham Lincoln spent months on the judicial circuit during his formative years ...
Fordham University - History - 1951–2000
... In 1961, the Lincoln Center campus opened as part of the Lincoln Square Renewal Project ... In 1993, a twenty-story residence hall was added to the Lincoln Center campus to house 850 graduate and undergraduate students ... In 1996, the undergraduate college at Lincoln Center changed its name to "Fordham College at Lincoln Center," having been called "The Liberal Arts College" and subsequently "The College at Lincoln Center ...
Lincoln, Wisconsin
... Lincoln is the name of some places in the U.S ... state of Wisconsin Lincoln, Adams County, Wisconsin, a town Lincoln, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, a town Lincoln, Buffalo County, Wisconsin, a town Lincoln, Burnett ...
Robert Todd Lincoln - Presence At Assassinations
... Robert Lincoln was coincidentally either present or nearby when three presidential assassinations occurred ... Lincoln was not present at his father's assassination ... Garfield's invitation, Lincoln was at the Sixth Street Train Station in Washington, D.C ...

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  • (noun): Long-wooled mutton sheep originally from Lincolnshire.

Famous quotes containing the word lincoln:

    We must believe that He permits it [this war] for some wise purpose of his own, mysterious and unknown to us; and though with our limited understandings we may not be able to comprehend it, yet we cannot but believe, that he who made the world still governs it.
    —Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)

    Much is being said about peace; and no man desires peace more ardently than I. Still I am yet unprepared to give up the Union for a peace which, so achieved, could not be of much duration.
    —Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)

    It has long been a grave question whether any government, not too strong for the liberties of its people, can be strong enough to maintain its own existence, in great emergencies.
    —Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)