What Was Abraham Lincoln Childhood like?

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Abraham Lincoln's childhood was simple. No one could have been guessed he would become one of the greatest US presidents in history. Abraham did not finish schooling but was fond of reading books that he would borrow from neighbors in every opportunity he could see. He lost his mother and baby brother at a very early age. He got the principle of anti-slavery from his father, Thomas Lincoln, who was extremely against it.
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Abraham Lincoln was born in Hodgenville, Kentucky and grew up in both Kentucky and Illinois.
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He lived in hardin County , Kentucky until he was seven. Then the family moved to Spencer County, Indiana.
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Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809, to Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks, two uneducated farmers, in a one-room log cabin on the 348-acre (1.4 km2) Sinking Spring Farm, in
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