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    Particular Topic= "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 4.6. 5.6, 6.6, 7.6, 8.6, 9-10.6, 11-12.6
    Grade & Subject-Relevant Text/Area= "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers:
    (Reading: Informational Text) RI.2.4, RI.3.4, RI.4.4. RI.5.4, RI.6.4, RI.7.4, RI.8.4, RI.9-10.4, RI.11-12.4
    (Reading: Literature) RL.2.4, RL.3.4, RL.4.4. RL.5.4, RL.6.4, RL.7.4, RL.8.4, RL.9-10.4, RL.11-12.4
    Context= "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4a, 3.4a, 4.4a, 5.4a, 6.4a, 7.4a, 8.4a, 9-10.4a, 11-12.4a

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    Abraham Lincoln (history) Vocabulary Word List (403)
    A)Ability, Abolition, Absorb, Accepting, Accomplishment, Accountability, Acknowledge, Active, Activism, Admiration, Advice, Advise, Advocacy, Aggressive, Aid, Altruism, Amiable, Amicable, Appeal, Appreciation, Arrangement, Articulate, Aspiration, Assassination, Asset, Assumption, Attentive, Attitude, Audience, Authority, Awe
    B)Behavior, Belief, Blood, Bloodbath, Bold, Bond, Bookish, Brave, Bridge
    C)Career, Cause, Celebration, Challenge, Chance, Change, Chaos, Character, Charismatic, Charm, Childhood, Citizen, Civility, Clout, Coherent, Commitment, Common ground, Common-sense, Communicative, Community, Compassion, Complication, Comprehension, Compromising, Confidence, Conflict, Congress, Conscientious, Conservative, Consideration, Constant, Contradiction, Control, Cooperation, Cordiality, Counsel, Courage, Courteous, Critic, Critical, Criticism, Culture, Curiosity
    D)Daring, Debate, Decent, Decisive, Deed, Defeat, Definition, Demonstrate, Desperate, Determination, Devote, Devotion, Difference, Dignity, Diligent, Diplomatic, Discipline, Discouragement, Discreet, Disregard, Draft, Dream, Dynamic, Dynamism
    E)Earnest, Efficiency, Effort, Encouragement, Energetic, Enshrined, Ensure, Enthusiastic, Equality, Essential, Esteemed, Estimable, Ethical, Evaluation, Eventual, Evil, Expectant, Expectation, Experience
    F)Fairness, Faith, Famous, Figure, Flexible, Focus, Forbid, Forgiving, Forsake, Forte, Fortitude, Freedom, Friendship
    G)Galvanize, Generation, Generosity, Genial, Genius, Genteel, Genuine, Gift, Grace, Gratitude, Greatness, Guidance
    H)Hard work, Hardscrabble, Harmony, Hatred, Healing, Helpful, Hero, Hills, Historical, History, Holiday, Homage, Honesty, Honor, Honorable, Hopeful, Humble, Humility
    I)Idealistic, Ideology, Illinois, Illuminate, Impact, Impartial, Impending, Impression, Improvements, Industrious, Influential, Information, Initiate, Innovative, Insightful, Inspirational, Instinctive, Instructive, Integrity, Intense, Intention, Interest, Intricate, Intuitive, Investigative, Ire, Irrefutable, Issues
    J)Judgment, Just(ice)
    K)Kentucky, Kindred, Kinship
    L)Lanky, Lawyer, Leadership, Legendary, Legislate, Legitimacy, Listener, Log cabin, Loyalty
    M)Manumission, Mastery, Measure, Memory, Merit, Meritorious, Modesty, Modulation, Morale, Motivation, Mutual
    N)National, Natural, Needs, Noble
    O)Observance, Open-minded, Optimism, Orator, Order, Outspoken
    P)Path, Patience, Patient, Patriot, Patriotism, Peacemaker, Perceptive, Peril, Perseverance, Persistence, Personable, Personal, Persuasive, Polarization, Polite, Politician, Popular, Potent, Potential, Powerful, Praise, Precedent, Prejudice, Pressure, Principled, Principles, Priorities, Privilege, Profile, Proper, Proposal, Provide, Provocative, Public, Purposeful
    Q)Qualifications, Quality, Quest, Quick, Quiescent
    R)Rational, Rationale, Reality, Reasonable, Recognition, Reconcile, Record, Reflective, Reform, Regard, Relationship, Reliant, Relief, Relief, Remorse, Repressive, Rescue, Resilience, Resolute, Resourcefulness, Respect, Respectful, Respectful, Responsibility, Responsible, Responsive, Restoration, Restraint, Reticence, Revelation, Reverent, Rights, Rigorous, Role
    S)Sacrifice, Sagacious, Sage, Security, Segregation, Sensible, Sensitive, Service, Setback, Sharing, Shock, Sickness, Simple, Sincerity, Skill, Slavery, Sober, Solemn, Solitary, Soul, Special, Speculation, Spirit, Spotlight, Statesman, Staunchness, Strive, Stumble, Subdue, Success, Successful, Suffering, Supportive, Sympathetic
    T)Tactful, Talent, Teamwork, Temperament, Tenacious, Tendency, Thankful, Thoughtfulness, Tolerance, Tolerant, Tone, Tradition, Tragedy, Trait, Trustworthy, Truthful
    U)Ultimate, Understanding, Understatement, Unification, Unique, United, Unity, Unprecedented, Unpretentious, Upheaval, Upright, Upstanding, Useful
    V)Valiant, Values, Veracious, Veracity, Versatile, Vex, Victory, Vigilant, Vigorous, Violence, Virtuous, Visible, Vision, Visionary, Vocal, Voice, Vulnerable
    W)War, Watchful, Willingness, Wisdom, Wise, Woes, Worrier, Worthwhile, Worthy, Wounded
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    Y)Yearning, Years, Yielding, Youth
    Z)Zeal, Zealous

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    Nouns: appreciation, accomplishment
     
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    4. Why does Abraham Lincoln deserve recognition in a national holiday? Who designated that his birthday, February 12, would be cause for a national celebration?

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