Welcome to Bill Nash’s AbesBlogCabin

Lincoln studying by firelight by Joseph Boggs Beale
Lincoln studying by firelight by Joseph Boggs Beale


Welcome!  My name is Bill Nash and I’m so glad you stopped by.  Come on in to the blog and make yourself at home. Get acquainted with the site. It doesn’t matter if you’re an old friend of Mr. Lincoln or a stranger. Feel free to read what myself & others have posted and make a comment or two. You can even leave a post yourself! So get comfortable in your favorite chair and stay awhile. The life & legacy of Abraham Lincoln await you inside. Enjoy!

Feel free to email me @: b.nash@abesblogcabin.org

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87 Responses to “Welcome to Bill Nash’s AbesBlogCabin”

  1. m95 says:

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  2. Great resource thank you so much! I’m currently helping my boy with his Lincoln project and this has proved invaluable plus interesting as I am British and did not know any of his story really. Regards, Tom

  3. tohno says:

    you can see a descriptive letter of abraham lincolns death, from an eyewitness, here – http://www.timelesscorrespondence.com

  4. www.mommiesplayground.com says:

    Dead written subject material , thankyou for selective information .

  5. B. Nash says:

    Thank you so much!

  6. Toia says:

    Hi Bill, I am LincolnToddFan over at the Lincoln Symposium. I wanted to check out your blog and I must say it’s beautiful, really well done! I am saving it to my Favorites list!

  7. Thomas Lapsley says:

    150 years ago,(February 9, 1864) Lincoln posed for photographer Antony Burger in what would become the most iconic images of Lincoln as we know on the penny and the five-dollar bill.

  8. Abraham says:

    Your blog keeps getting better and better!great info. Thank you

  9. B. Nash says:

    Thank you so much!

  10. Daniela Markovski says:

    Thank You, for sharing such wonderful history!!

    Daniela :)

  11. Thomas Lapsley says:

    There is a website on a limited edition replica of Abraham Lincoln’s Pocket Knife. Priced at $119.00 postage paid. For more information, click http://www.lincolnpocketknife.com and go to “R E Lee DVD-Lincoln Pocket Knife”.

  12. Evelyn Respress says:

    The New York Time had some great articles on Abe Lincoln today, you must read.

  13. B. Nash says:

    So glad you dropped by! I alive and well! How are you?

  14. Evelyn Respress says:

    Been looking for my mentor

  15. Bill K says:

    Bill, great site. Can you tell me where to find the Henry Cross painting of Abe? I’ve been looking for it for years. I saw the Chicago tribune use to print it on his Birthday every year.

  16. Dave Wiegers says:

    Merry Christmas, Bill.

  17. Megan Hardgrave says:

    New Author Megan Hardgrave is proud to announce the publication of Ride With the Assassin. A new historical fiction novel focusing on the Lincoln Assassination from a teenage witness perspective. The plot revolves around Mark, a boy who unwittingly helps John Wilkes Booth escape from Ford’s Theater after he assassinates President Lincoln. For 12 exciting days he travels with Booth along his escape route. It is inspired by a boy who held the reins of Booth’s horse on April 14, 1865. To order a copy please contact her.

  18. B. Nash says:

    Thanks for sharing this Bee. Once again you made my day!

  19. Bee says:

    Okay, here is a different angle on the educational aspect of the 13th and 14th amendments..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFaneKtXvac&feature=relmfu..

  20. B. Nash says:

    Good morning Bee! Thanks for visiting the AbesBlogCabin! And thanks for that super video. I didn’t know how they were going to pull it off using the words of the Gettysburg Address-but they did!

  21. Bee says:

    Thought you might be interested in this, its neat… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8xAElZRFfg&feature=g-vrec

  22. B. Nash says:

    Good morning! Cool to hear from you on my blog! The Spielberg movie on Lincoln has been in the works now for years. It is finally going to happen! Communicating with a friend who has been on the set of the movie-apparently everything looks really authentic. Daniel-Day-Lewis studied Lincoln very hard for the role. From the looks of the picture-I think he became him. The buzz about Sally Field as Mary Lincoln is also very positive. Can’t wait!

  23. Babs B says:

    Hey Bill! This may be cooler than the origami $5. Love Daniel Day Lewis.

    OSCAR WINNER Daniel Day-Lewis transforms into our 16th president in Steven Spielberg’s** long-in-the-works historical drama Lincoln, out November 9, and we have a first look!

    Video: Bloody Fun & Tasty Temptations on ‘Lincoln’ Set **

    Of the complicated historical character, Spielberg TELLS EW (where you can see the full-sized pic), “Lincoln had a very, very complicated — and at the same time, extremely clear — inner life. He thought things out. He talked things out. He argued both sides of every issue. And he was very careful in making any decision. As a matter of fact, his opponents and his enemies criticized him often for being impossibly slow to a decision.”

    Lincoln focuses on the last four months of the president’s life and the political strategizing he undertook at the close of the Civil War to ensure that slavery would be forever outlawed. The film also stars David Strathairn as Lincolns loyal Secretary of State, William Seward; Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Gulliver McGrath as Lincolns sons, Robert and Tad; Sally Field as his wife Mary Todd Lincoln; and Tommy Lee Jones as Thaddeus Stevens, a radical member of Lincolns own party.


    “Our movie is really about a working leader who must make tough decisions and get things done in the face of overwhelming opposition,” says Spielberg.

  24. B. Nash says:

    Hey Dave: Same to you :)

  25. LincolnPhotog says:

    Hope you are keeping cool Bill.

  26. B. Nash says:

    Thank you. However, I didn’t design the site- a good friend of mine did.

  27. click says:

    This is a fantastic site, would you be interested in making time for an interview regarding just how you designed it? If so e-mail me!

  28. I love Abe’s Blog Cabin! Your vivid telling of his story is appealing and exciting. Keep up the good work and thank you for sharing!

  29. B. Nash says:

    Dave: Had no knowledge of it! Sounds like a future day trip. Thanks!

  30. LincolnPhotog says:

    Bill, are you familiar with the Lincoln on Horseback statue at Adrian College?? I was contacted by a professor there who reads my sporadic blog posts. Their version is only 4′ feet tall but claims the distinction of being the model from which the 14′ versions at New Salem, Midland, MI, Lincoln City, OR, Syracuse University and Palissades, NY were enlarged from. The statue is inside the college library.

  31. B. Nash says:

    Thank you so much! Welcome!

  32. I just discovered Abe’s Blog Cabin. I feel as if I’ve just come home…

  33. LincolnPhotog says:

    Thanks. It was not me. I haven’t been buying much lately at all.

  34. B. Nash says:

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours as well! Your phtographs of Mr. Lincoln at: http://dbwiegers.zenfolio.com/ are simply awesome. Keep up the great work my friend. Were you the one that beat me for that Ebay auction of the Lincoln statue last pm?

  35. LincolnPhotog says:

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Bill.

    I enjoy reading the blog and apprecite the occasional mention.

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