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On March 4th, 1861, Abraham Lincoln took office for president.

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What day did Abraham Lincoln take office as president?

March 4th, 1861

What year did Abraham Lincoln take office?

Abraham Lincoln took office in 1861.

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Abraham Lincoln was elected president in 1860. He did not take office until March 4,1861.

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march 14 in 1861

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June 5, 1723

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The first elected office Lincoln held was as a member of the Illinois General Assembly. Thereafter, he served a term as a member of US House of Representatives. He was later elected in 1860 as President of the US.

Who became president before South Carolina withdrew from the US?

James Buchanan was the president in 1860 when South Carolina seceded, but Abraham Lincoln was the president-elect , due to take office in March of 1861.

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Abraham Lincoln was assassinated while he was president and did not have a chance to take any other occupations.

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His term of office coincided exactly with the war's duration. The morning after his assassination, he would have been due to take the salute at a Victory Parade in Washington.

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