President Lincoln (Abraham Lincoln) and his son Tad, David French
President Abraham Lincoln and his youngest son Tad came to Richmond, Virginia, on April 4, 1865three days after the Confederate capital had fallen to Union General Grants army. Though weary from the wars long travails, Lincoln came to bind up the nations wounds. As a journalist who witnessed the visit reported, the president came not as a conqueror, not with bitterness in his heart, but with kindness. He came as a friend, to alleviate sorrow and sufferingto rebuild what has been destroyed.
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