Story of the struggle of US President Abraham Lincoln

Indeed, these lines fit in perfectly with America's most favorite and popular president, Abraham Lincoln, as he not only achieved this milestone after all his life's struggles, but also successfully led America's greatest crisis during the American Civil War. And played an important role in ending slavery or slavery in the whole world including America. Along with this, he also made a lot of efforts to strengthen America's economy.

Indeed, these lines fit in perfectly with America's most favorite and popular president, Abraham Lincoln, as he not only achieved this milestone after all the struggles of his life, but also successfully led America's greatest crisis during the American Civil War. And played an important role in ending slavery or slavery in the whole world including America.
Along with this, he also made a lot of efforts to strengthen America's economy.
Abraham Lincoln also served as a lawyer, Member of the State of Illinois, a member of the US House of Representatives before becoming President. At the same time, his childhood was spent in poverty, even he had to struggle a lot to eat bread for two times.
Let us know Abraham Lincoln's journey from the struggles of his life to his presidency -
Abraham Lincoln, born today in Hardin County, Kentucky (USA) on February 12, 1809, a very poor Was in the family He was the child of Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Lincoln. Due to poor economic conditions, a lot of problems had to be faced.
 When Abraham Lincoln was just 9 years old, his mother's shadow rose from him, after which his father remarried to Sarah Bush Johnson, while his step-mother loved Lincoln as his child and gave him Used to inspire a lot to read.
 Due to Lincoln's poverty, he could not go to school, due to which he completed his studies by living on the house with books demanded from the people. At the same time, Abraham was very fond of reading books since childhood, so he used to walk miles away to get books.

'The Life of George Washington' was one of his favorite books. Along with this, he worked from pig cutting, wages, poster master, shopkeeper, surveyor, including woodcutter, to feed himself.