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Parents who last week sent kids back to school with backpacks full of recent purchases may appreciate the simplicity of young Abraham Lincoln’s supply list.
This is a boy who once scrounged up two pieces of paper and sewed them into a notebook so he could do his math problems.
In fact, while attending a one-room school with a dirt floor near Hodgenville, he didn’t even need to jot things down. He blabbed them.
He and older sister Sarah attended what was called a “blab school.”
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