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But it's such a fine prison, an eternal reward.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lincoln_Memorial

Few know that rail splitter was a reference to Lincoln's profession as a railroad lawyer.

He overcame legal obstacles and property rights issues to allow the Illinois railway to be built.

Before his presidential candidacy he was offered the position of Chief legal council for the largest railroad in the country.

The architect created another monument in the South.

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