Things you never knew about 19th century American letters

Thomas Jefferson maintained a flock of geese to supply him with quills for his pens, the first transatlantic telegram sent by the U.S. Secretary of State cost the State department $19,540, and Abraham Lincoln received at least one threatening letter every day of his presidency.
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Lincoln is UNLOCKED!  

“I appreciate ALL superpowers, but fire fists are the COOLEST POWER EVER!”

Lincoln borrowed Dipper’s gnome bracelets from the Gravity Falls 3DS game. See? I hinted that I will make a reference with Linc’s power. All right! My Super Loud series is done! Now I can think of more fun fan arts. Thank you all for liking my work, my peepers! 

We hit our goal!

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