Abe Lincoln Costumes for Kids on Sale November 8th, 2016
Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States until his assassination. Before his unfortunate death, the great man served the country with the entire prowess he had as a political thinker. He was a proud member of the Republican Party. President Lincoln’s great contribution to American history makes him a very popular historical figure for children who are doing projects for school. When kids are back to school as students, they need creative ways to do their history reports and dressing up as a US president is one interesting way to do a presentation. So if your child needs to dress up as Abraham Lincoln, take a look at these great patriotic costumes. And these outfits will also give you some good Abraham Lincoln Halloween costume ideas too!
Lincoln’s Stove Pipe Hat
Add Mr. Lincoln’s iconic black stove pipe style hat for your President Lincoln costume. Recommended for kids.
Self Adhesive Lincoln Beard
Complete your favorite president’s costume with Mr Lincoln’s signature beard. This is a self-adhesive fake beard designed to fit most people.
The goal of President Lincoln was to help the country to bravely survive the American Civil War by working through the crisis and preserved the union without giving any approval on slavery. His public service dates back from his being a lawyer and state legislator before he was elected the primal position as president. He had also become a member of the House of Representatives where he began working on bills that would benefit the people of the country. The Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 was his idea, closely linked with the removal of legal slavery in the country. He had also worked on passing the Thirteenth Amendment.
During his time he had also padded the force with intelligent generals and leaders to defend the nation in case more wars came up. An example of threats that came up during his reign was the Trent war with Britain, which was successfully resolved. Minor disputes and conspiracies were also answered to without threatening the state. Even when it endangered to turn people against him, he continued to believe that force is needed to impose the law and was well known to reclaim the need for more volunteers to engage in the war that became problematic for his regime. Well over the end of the Civil War he developed measures to reunite the country by means of reconciling the platforms of national independence to make for a country that is unified above everything. It is his dedication to the welfare of the people that made him one of the high ranking presidents of all time as deemed by scholars.
And parents if you have the resources to afford a great educational field trip for your children, we recommend visiting the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum to gain this great educational experience.
Address of Museum:
212 N. Sixth Street
Springfield, IL 62701