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A new study finds no evidence that a beaver skin stove pipe hat a centerpiece of the Abraham Lincoln presidential museum in Springfield Illinois ever actually belong to Lincoln the hat was once appraised at six point five million dollars the sixteen month study was conducted by Illinois state historian Sam