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However, she died in 1835. But Lincoln in his later years never referred to Ann Rutledge, and authorities are agreed in agreeing that the Lincoln-Rutledge romance is a myth. In 1836, less than 18 months after Ann Rutledge's death, Lincoln proposed to Mary Owens, but was turned down. In 1840, Lincoln met a cultured, high-strung Kentucky woman named Mary Todd, who was staying with a married sister in Springfield...
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In 1840, Lincoln met a cultured, high-strung Kentucky woman named Mary Todd, who was staying with a married sister in Springfield. After a long courtship, they were married on November 4, 1842.
In 1856 Lincoln publicly identified himself as a Republican, and in May he attended the Republican state convention at Bloomington...
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