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Abraham Lincoln abolitionists People who wanted to end slavery. People who wanted to end slavery.
expansion Act of increasing or making something bigger Act of increasing or making something bigger
hardship A difficult thing that can take time and energy to overcome A difficult thing that can take time and energy to overcome
losses Something you no longer have; in this case referring to people or death Something you no longer have; in this case referring to people or death
refused rejected, said no to rejected, said no to
took a stand decide to support one side of a debate or argument decide to support one side of a debate or argument
unity To stand together as one unit; united as one To stand together as one unit; united as one
Abraham Lincoln knew Past tense of to know. learned before Past tense of to know. learned before
formal education learning in school learning in school
infancy the time when a person is a baby the time when a person is a baby
politicians A person who works in the government or politics. A person who works in the government or politics.
ran for tried to get elected tried to get elected
plantations large farms in the South large farms in the South
practice the work of a doctor or lawyer the work of a doctor or lawyer
debates Public talks at which people discuss different opinions about an issue. Public talks at which people discuss different opinions about an issue.
seceded formally stopped being part of a country formally stopped being part of a country
dedicated set apart for a purpose set apart for a purpose
Reconstruction the rebuilding after the Civil War the rebuilding after the Civil War
the ages all of time and human history all of time and human history
Nancy Hanks ghost the spirit of a dead person the spirit of a dead person
rolling stone Someone who doesnt stay in one place for very long; someone who wanders. Someone who doesnt stay in one place for very long; someone who wanders.
scraping along Trying to survive without much money Trying to survive without much money
shack a very small, poorly built house, usually one room a very small, poorly built house, usually one room
prairie a big field covered with wild grass and flowers a big field covered with wild grass and flowers
pinching times a time when you have very little money or food a time when you have very little money or food
get on do well do well
Lincoln gaunt very thin and bony very thin and bony
scraggly rough, irregular rough, irregular
mournful very sad very sad
ungainly awkward, clumsy awkward, clumsy
laboring working very hard working very hard
aloof away from or distant from away from or distant from
mad stray bolt an unexpected flash of lightening an unexpected flash of lightening
zenith the sky; the highest point the sky; the highest point
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