Abe Lincoln's Cabin

February 2008
Scholastic News -- Edition 1;Feb2008, Vol. 64 Issue 6, Special section p1
The article reveals the belongings of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln inside his log cabin when he was a boy. Abe's family used candles to light their cabin. And these candles were made of wax that came from bees. Abe learned how to read and write in the cabin. He wrote on a small chalkboard called a slate. Young Abe Lincoln grew up in a one-room log cabin. Years later, President Abe Lincoln lived in the White House.


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