February 16, 2014 3:41 PM

This Week: Lincoln’s role in focus at railroad museum

Today’s holiday, Presidents Day, has evolved into one that honors all U.S. presidents, but it is most closely associated with the February birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and George Washington. In fact, the holiday has its origins in the nation’s annual observance of Washington’s birthday on Feb. 22.

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