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Newly discovered Abraham Lincoln gift to wounded troops up for sale, shows him as ‘healer in chief’

A newly found doc which exhibits President Abraham Lincoln’s position as “healer in chief” in the course of the Civil Battle is now up on the market.

Lincoln and the members of his Staff of Rivals cupboard supplied their signatures on the 1864 doc as a solution to increase funds for sick and wounded Union troopers. The doc was described as “a presentation memorializing the Union civil leadership” and was auctioned in March of 1864 in the course of the Metropolitan Honest in New York Metropolis.

Now it’s up on the market by The Raab Assortment, valued at $35,000.

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Nathan Raab, principal at The Raab Assortment and creator of the upcoming guide “The Hunt for History,” mentioned it is a reminder of how Lincoln operated in such upheaving instances.

President Lincoln and his entire Cabinet gave their autographs to be auctioned to benefit the event. Signing were President Lincoln, Secretary of State William Seward, Secretary of the Treasury, Salmon Chase, Secretary of the Interior J.P. Usher of Indiana, Secretary of War Edwin. M. Stanton, Navy Secretary Gideon Welles, and Postmaster General Montgomery Blair.

President Lincoln and his total Cupboard gave their autographs to be auctioned to profit the occasion. Signing have been President Lincoln, Secretary of State William Seward, Secretary of the Treasury, Salmon Chase, Secretary of the Inside J.P. Usher of Indiana, Secretary of Battle Edwin. M. Stanton, Navy Secretary Gideon Welles, and Postmaster Common Montgomery Blair.
(Raab Assortment)

“This document shows President Lincoln’s heart,” Raab instructed Fox Information. “And it’s a powerful reminder that, as the war was going on, he knew the sacrifice of the Union soldiers and sought to recognize that sacrifice. It’s an incredible and uncommon connection between Lincoln and the personal side of the war.”

Lincoln contributed to the signed doc as a part of the biggest fundraiser our nation had seen as much as that time. The funds would go to assist a civilian group devoted to serving to sick and wounded troopers. The group was privately funded and didn’t obtain tax {dollars}.

The general public was capable of view the doc on the 1864’s Metropolitan Honest in New York Metropolis, the biggest occasion within the nation since President George Washington’s inauguration in 1789.

President Lincoln and his entire cabinet gave their autographs to be auctioned to benefit the event. Signing were President Lincoln, Secretary of State William Seward, Secretary of the Treasury, Salmon Chase, Secretary of the Interior J.P. Usher of Indiana, Secretary of War Edwin. M. Stanton, Navy Secretary Gideon Welles, and Postmaster General Montgomery Blair.

President Lincoln and his total cupboard gave their autographs to be auctioned to profit the occasion. Signing have been President Lincoln, Secretary of State William Seward, Secretary of the Treasury, Salmon Chase, Secretary of the Inside J.P. Usher of Indiana, Secretary of Battle Edwin. M. Stanton, Navy Secretary Gideon Welles, and Postmaster Common Montgomery Blair.
(Raab Assortment)

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Those that signed included President Lincoln, Secretary of State William Seward, Secretary of the Treasury, Salmon Chase, Secretary of the Inside J.P. Usher of Indiana, Secretary of Battle Edwin. M. Stanton, Navy Secretary Gideon Welles, and Postmaster Common Montgomery Blair.

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