Abraham Lincoln's Patent Model
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|Caption||Like many people of his era, Lincoln believed deeply in the value of personal initiative, inventiveness, and scientific and technological change. Lincoln’s mechanical and scientific interests began with his training as a surveyor in New Salem and continued throughout his life. Date: 1840s. Record ID: nmah_213141.|
|Creator||Abraham Lincoln, maker|
|Credit||National Museum of American History|
|Abraham Lincoln Patent Model people era Lincoln believed deeply value personal initiative inventiveness scientific technological change Patents Government Social reformers Transportation Models Politics Abraham Lincoln|
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