Some historians consider Abraham Lincoln the greatest U.S. president ever. But how much do you know about the 16th president? Take this quiz and test your knowledge of the Great Emancipator.
Illinois is the Land of Lincoln, but Abe and family didn't go there when they left Kentucky. Instead, they headed for Indiana.
Mary Todd lived with her family on Main Street in Lexington, Ky.
Robert Todd Lincoln lived long enough to see the Lincoln Memorial dedicated in 1922.
Neither Lincoln's girlfriend nor his wife had any hand in his facial hair; that honor belongs to 11-year-old Grace Bedell, who told the future president that a beard would make him more handsome.
In just two minutes, Lincoln delivered one of the defining speeches of his career.
Though the Lincolns loved their dog Fido, he didn't make the move from Springfield to Washington, D.C. because he was scared of loud noises.
Andrew Johnson was the vice president who succeeded Lincoln, but Hannibal Hamlin of Maine served as vice president during Lincoln's first term.
Lincoln delivered his House Divided speech in 1858, after accepting the Illinois Republican Party's nomination for U.S. Senator.
After Lincoln's death, Herndon wrote a biography of his former law partner.
Lincoln was shot during a performance of "Our American Cousin" on April 14, 1865.