Lincoln's legacy lives on
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Lincoln's legacy lives on

Ralph C. Lincoln says he "grew up knowing I was a cousin to Abraham Lincoln." After he neglected to shave for a few weeks, his mother pointed out his resemblance to the former president. He donned a coat and top hat and started presenting his famous relative. (Megan Rossman/The Washington Post)

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