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A peaceful and stately Lincoln courtesy of Daniel Chester French

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American Sculptor Daniel Chester French Was Born
April 20, 1850

Even if you have not visited the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., you've probably seen pictures of the colossal statue of Abraham Lincoln sitting in a chair in the center of the memorial. American sculptor Daniel Chester French created that famous statue of Lincoln. Born in Exeter, New Hampshire, on April 20, 1850, French made many other monumental statues too.
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