Thursday, February 12, 2009

A Cool New Lincoln Kids' Tee to Celebrate His Birthday!

Inky Dink Has given a Presidential makeover on this cool kids Lincoln mohawk tee! Celebrate his 200-year anniversary with this fun kids graffiti t-shirt and share these fun facts with your little student of history!

*President Lincoln was once a little boy, too, and was born Feb. 12, 1809, in Hardin County, Kentucky.
*Psycho Baby's home state, Illinois, is known as the Land of Lincoln. He lived in Kentucky and Indiana before moving to New Salem, Illinois, where he studied and worked at a store.
*He married Mary Todd and had four sons of his own.
*He ran for president in 1860 as the Republican candidate, and is known for his historical leadership during the Civil War, and his speeches, especially the Emancipation Proclamation and Gettysburg Address, which a lot of us still have memorized to this day.
*At 6' 4" inches, Lincoln was our tallest president!
*Unfortunately, President Lincoln was the first president to be assassinated, on April 14, 1865, but his leadership is still felt to this day across the nation.
*President Lincoln is known for his somber leadership in times of great crisis, but don't go thinking that he didn't have a sense of humor! Here's a joke from him we found at the a-lincoln library: "If this is coffee, please bring me some tea; if this is tea, please bring me coffee." Well said!
*If you ever stop by to see us, you can also take a trip to the Lincoln Library, which is in Springfield, IL. To learn more, visit the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library.

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  1. These shirts are fantastic...I just need to pair down my order from 6 to at least 4! I love them all.

  2. paperlili-
    we know how hard it is to choose just one! out of curiosity, if you had to, which one would be your fave?

  3. Abe! For sure!! Although Mona Lisa is awesome too! Thanks for finding the coolest stuff!


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