Abraham Lincoln – or a very convincing impersonator, at least – mingled with attendees of Tuesday afternoon's Lincoln Day Parade. The parade, which followed a luncheon at the Union League in Center City, included Civil War reenactment soldiers and cavalry. It wrapped up at Independence Hall with a short program recreating the 16th president's 1861 inaugural journey to Washington, during which he also made a stop in Philadelphia.
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