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A top hat, beaver hat, high hat, silk hat, cylinder hat, chimney pot hat or stove pipe hat, ... Abraham Lincoln in his distinctive "stove pipe" silk hat at Antietam, 1862 .... However, the...

Abraham Lincoln's Top Hat: The Inside Story | History | Smithsonian

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Schurz described Lincoln's tailcoat as shabby and his top hat as crumpled, giving him ... By the start of his second term in 1864, he was again wearing a stovepipe, ... Lincoln Please Stand Up? Ask an Expert: What Did Abraham Lincoln's Voice ...

Abraham Lincoln's Stove-Pipe Hat - Under His Hat

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Students create a stove-pipe hat to keep their important papers in. Visit ... No other artifact is as iconic Abraham Lincoln as the stove-pipe hat or top hat. When wearing this hat, ... How did Lincoln and his hat gain such fame? ... Discussion of Etiquette: Wearing of hats in Lincoln's time was both fashionable and practical.

Abraham Lincoln's Hat - Abe's Blog Cabin

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Jun 21, 2011 ... Being 6 feet 4 inches tall, Mr. Lincoln wearing his hat must have made a most startling impression on some in his day-especially considering ...

Abe Lincoln's Hat | Scholastic.com

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As well, Lincoln always had a joke up his sleeve. But to enhance his professional image, Lincoln wore a long black coat and a tall stovepipe hat, and the book ...

Did Lincoln wear a top hat? - International Hat Day

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Oct 15, 2011 ... President Abraham Lincoln (the 16th President of the United States) never wore a top hat, it was actually a Stovepipe Hat. Abraham Lincoln in ...

A closer look at President Lincoln's silk hat | National Museum of ...

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Apr 13, 2015 ... Black and white print of Abraham Lincoln with a beard and a bow tie ... He chose to stand out even more by regularly wearing high top hats. ... Although Henry did not further explain his decision, it appears that he shared the ...

Facts About Abraham Lincoln : 10 Fun Abraham Lincoln Facts ...

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Feb 10, 2009 ... What follows are some mind-blowing facts about Abraham Lincoln. ... Speaking of top hats, Lincoln's stovepipe top hat served as more than fashionable ... Not only did he get premonitions, he also believed in the occult. Well ...

Hat Facts | Abraham Lincoln's Top Hat - Village Hat Shop

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Almost certainly, it did not come to the Smithsonian right after President Lincoln was shot as I doubt very much he would wear a hat that looked this shabby and ...

Did Lincoln really wear THAT hat? Authenticity of $6.5m stovepipe ...

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Apr 16, 2012 ... Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum officials in Springfield, Illinois ... "Candidate Lincoln gives local farmer his beaver top hat.

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Abe Lincoln's FAQ

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Why did you always wear that tall black hat? The tall black "stovepipe" top hat was common at the time - many men wore them. Mine were taller than most, and I  ...

"Why The Tall Hat, Abe?" | Vision Productions | Jerry Stewart

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By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions Abraham Lincoln was our tallest President, 6 feet, 4 inches tall. But if Abe Lincoln was already so tall, why did he wear such ...

Abraham Lincoln: Introduction | National Museum of American History

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Abraham Lincoln: An Extraordinary Life ... He chose to stand out even more by wearing high top hats. ... The American public did not see the hat again until 1893, when the Smithsonian lent it ... —Abraham Lincoln, on the Civil War, July 1864.