8 edition of On the death of Abraham Lincoln. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||E457.8 .F54|
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|Pagination||10 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
|LC Control Number||04004280|
He borrowed books from all his neighbors, until he could truthfully tell a friend that he had “read through every book he had ever heard of in that country, for a circuit of 50 miles.” Lincoln would transcribe favorite quotes and passages from the works he read into a copybook, but he also committed reams of material to memory. In the first multi-volume biography of Abraham Lincoln to be published in decades, Lincoln scholar Michael Burlingame offers a fresh look at the life of one of America’s greatest presidents. Incorporating the field notes of earlier biographers, along with decades of research in multiple manuscript archives and long-neglected newspapers, this remarkable work will both alter and reinforce 5/5(2).
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The Lincoln Hypothesis: A Modern-day Abolitionist Investigates the Possible Connection Between Joseph Smith, the Book of Mormon, and Abraham Lincoln by. Abraham Lincoln, 16th U.S. president (–65), who preserved the Union during the American Civil War and brought about the emancipation of the slaves.
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Lincoln by David Herbert Donald, published inis also widely acknowledged as one of the better biographies of the man. Manhunt by James L. Swanson is a very readable book about the murder of the president, the motives of his killer John Wilkes Booth and the desperate manhunt over 12 days.
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Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. Americans’ reverence for Lincoln began with his tragic death by assassination inat the end of a brutal civil war in whichmen died, the American Union withstood its greatest test, and slavery was banished. And his hallowed place in the iconography of America continues.
More t books have been published on Lincoln to date. Mary Todd Lincoln paced the parlor alone. Hours before, she had witnessed the point-blank assassination of her husband Abraham Lincoln at. L ECTURE deliver’d in New York, Ap—in Philadelphia,’ 80—in Boston,’ H OW often since that dark and dripping Saturday—that chilly April day, now fifteen years bygone—my heart has entertain’d the dream, the wish, to give of Abraham Lincoln’s death, its own special thought and memorial.
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All the Powers of Earth: The Political Life of Abraham Lincoln Vol. III, (3) Book 3 of 3: The Political Life of Abraham Lincoln | by Sidney Blumenthal | Sep 3, out of 5 stars On an interesting side note, the historian Andrew Burstein includes the Lamon account in his book Lincoln Dreamt He Died: The Midnight Visions of Remarkable Americans from Colonial Times to Freud, not as an effort to prove Lamon right, but to highlight the changing nature with which Americans approached their dreams across the 19th century, from scorn to a level of belief.
Author Brian Dirck examined accounts written by close associates of Abraham Lincoln to explain the president's view of death before the Civil War. Dirck argued that Lincoln balanced his. "A lecture delivered by Walt Whitman on the anniversary of the death of Abraham Lincoln, Ap first in New York ; in Philadelphia ; in Boston The text here from the first book printing in ʻSpecimen days & collect, ' ̓Rees Welch & Co., Philadelphia, "--Page [v].
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Franklin Library Speeches and Writings of Abraham Lincoln American Literature. $ The macabre details of Abraham Lincoln’s final hours were described in a report written by a year-old Army captain named Charles A.
Leale, a doctor who was at Ford's Theatre the night the. Mary Todd Lincoln married politician and lawyer Abraham Lincoln on November 4, When the Civil War began, Mary's family supported the South, but she remained a fervent Unionist. For scholars and Lincoln enthusiasts.
Includes the full contents of two separate books: The Physical Lincoln and The Physical Lincoln Sourcebook. From more than sources, the Sourcebook portion reprints physical and mental observations about Lincoln and his family members.
Each observation is fully referenced, and organized to resemble a modern medical record. Abraham had very little formal education, but had a strong interest in books and learning. Most of what he learned was self-educated and from books he borrowed.
His family later moved to Illinois where Lincoln would set out on his own. As a young man, Lincoln worked a variety of jobs including shopkeeper, surveyor, and postmaster. Death of Abraham Lincoln. Contributor Names Gay, James D. (Composer) Created / Published Air-Sword of Bunker Hill, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Credit Line: Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana.
2 days ago Jon Schaff’s new book is an attempt to do just that. Three weeks after Abraham Lincoln was murdered, his loyal promoter (and editor of the Chicago Tribune), John Locke Scripps, wrote to Lincoln’s law partner, William Henry Herndon, trying to anticipate the shape of.
This all began on a very long plane ride, East Coast to West, when I was reading Doris Kearns Goodwin’s “Team of Rivals,” her book about Abraham Lincoln. Now in paperback, this award-winning biography has been hailed as the definitive portrait of Lincoln.
In the first multi-volume biography of Abraham Lincoln to be published in decades, Lincoln scholar Michael Burlingame offers a fresh look at the life of one of America’s greatest presidents.