Lincolniana
noun plural Date: 1921 materials relating to Abraham Lincoln

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  • Lincolniana — /ling koh nee an euh, ah neuh, ling keuh /, n.pl. materials pertaining to Abraham Lincoln, as objects, writings, or anecdotes. [1920 25; LINCOLN + IANA] * * * …   Universalium

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