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Lincoln Rail Splitter T-Shirt

When Abraham Lincoln campaigned for the presidency in 1860, the Republicans capitalized on Lincoln's rise from humble beginnings with the nickname "Rail-Splitter," a reference to one of Lincoln's many colorful former occupations, which also included general store clerk, country lawyer, postmaster and surveyor. Celebrate the 16th President of the United States with the Lincoln Rail Splitter T-Shirt. Preshrunk 100% cotton jersey knit (blended cotton/polyester in heather).

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