A memoir of Abraham Lincoln

A memoir of Abraham Lincoln Author Robert Black
ISBN-10 OXFORD:N10549233
Release 1861
Pages 126
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A Memoir of Abraham Lincoln President Elect of the United States of America

A Memoir of Abraham Lincoln President Elect of the United States of America Author Abraham Lincoln
ISBN-10 BNC:1001922900
Release 1861
Pages 126
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A Memoir of Abraham Lincoln

A Memoir of Abraham Lincoln Author Robert Black
ISBN-10 1110091893
Release 2009-05
Pages 128
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Reprint of an ed. originally published in 1861 by Sampson Low, Son & Co., London.



A memoir of Abraham Lincoln

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Mississippi to Madrid

Mississippi to Madrid Author James Yates
ISBN-10 0940880202
Release 1989
Pages 183
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From his birth to a share cropper family in the cotton fields of Mississippi to the unrest in Chicago and New York during the depression. James Yates's experience with labor protest and union organizing shaped his vision of freedom and lead to his decision to fight against fascism in the Spanish Civil War.



A Memoir of Abraham Lincoln Classic Reprint

A Memoir of Abraham Lincoln  Classic Reprint Author Professor Emeritus of Renaissance History Robert Black
ISBN-10 1330649265
Release 2015-07-03
Pages 148
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Excerpt from A Memoir of Abraham Lincoln Not many days will elapse from the printing of these pages ere the sun will rise on a new president. James Buchanan will have retired from power, and Abraham Lincoln will reign in his stead. Already, for every biographical purpose, he is the actual president: already he has become the cynosure; already the eyes of men are fixed on him. And in his person is presented for the admiration of civilized nations a spectacle, the simple grandeur of which is far more impressive to the thoughtful mind than all the pomp and pageantry of emperor and king. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.



The Illuminated Memoirs of Abraham Lincoln

The Illuminated Memoirs of Abraham Lincoln Author Orion D. Cooper
ISBN-10 1435724682
Release 2008-07-02
Pages 153
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Somewhere in San Francisco hide the forefathers and other famous illuminaries of America's past, unaged, and quite alive. Caught amongst the sinister plots of secret societies and dangerous divine beings, Abraham Lincoln and his comrades in arms known as the 'old boys' must foil a plot to disregard the old world regime and usher in a new world order. How will it all end, and when the dust settles, who will be alive to see the new world carved out by those in power?The Illuminated Memoirs of Abraham Lincoln contains adult language and sexual themes. Reader discretion is advised.



Abraham Lincoln Vampirj ger

Abraham Lincoln   Vampirj  ger Author Seth Grahame-Smith
ISBN-10 9783641059699
Release 2011-06-02
Pages 496
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Amerikas größter Held hatte ein blutiges Geheimnis Abraham Lincoln war der 16. Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten, Befreier der Sklaven, Wiedervereiniger der Union und Amerikas größter Held. Doch Lincolns dunkelstes Geheimnis blieb seit über einhundert Jahren verborgen, hätte es doch die Geschichte der USA in ihren Fundamenten erschüttert. Denn seinen wichtigsten und tödlichsten Kampf führte Lincoln im Dunkel der Nacht – gegen blutrünstige Vampire...



The Psychic Life of Abraham Lincoln

The Psychic Life of Abraham Lincoln Author Susan B. Martinez
ISBN-10 9781564149664
Release 2007
Pages 287
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SUPERANNO In this informative and intriguing book, Dr. Susan Martinez digs deeply into the documented records of Lincoln's involvement with mediums, and sets forth a preponderance of evidence suggesting he was indeed guided by benevolent spirits in his most crucial decisions.--Michael E Tymn, vice president, Academy of Spirituality and Paranormal Studies, Inc., and author of The Articulate Dead.



Inside the White House in War Times

Inside the White House in War Times Author William Osborn Stoddard
ISBN-10 0803292570
Release 2000
Pages 226
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Of the three secretaries who assisted President Abraham Lincoln?John G. Nicolay, John Hay, and William O. Stoddard?only Stoddard wrote an extended memoir about his time in the Executive Mansion. First published in 1890, the book vividly depicts the president?s agonizing reaction to the defeats at Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville, the difficulties encountered (and presented) by Mary Lincoln, the president?s relations with George B. McClellan and other generals, and the anxiety preceding the Merrimack?s epic battle with the Monitor. ø In 1866 Stoddard also penned thirteen ?White House Sketches? about his time in Lincoln?s service. Originally published in an obscure New York newspaper, these essays?never previously collected?supplement Stoddard?s memoir. Together the memoir and sketches provide an intimate look at the sixteenth president during a time of crisis.



Six Months at the White House With Abraham Lincoln

Six Months at the White House With Abraham Lincoln Author Francis Bicknell Carpenter
ISBN-10 9781429015271
Release 2008-11-01
Pages 368
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This memoir describes artist Francis Bicknell Carpenter's six month residence in the Lincoln White House and the resulting work, ""First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation."" The painting hangs today in the U.S. Capitol over the west staircase in the Senate wing.



Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln Author Jörg Nagler
ISBN-10 340658747X
Release 2009
Pages 463
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Abraham Lincoln Deals with Foreign Affairs

Abraham Lincoln Deals with Foreign Affairs Author Jay Monaghan
ISBN-10 0803282311
Release 1945
Pages 505
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On the eve of the American Civil War, the old predatory powers of Europe were waiting to capitalize on the split in the Union. President Lincoln had to prevent foreign governments from giving official recognition to the Confederacy. Jay Monaghan shows how the underestimated, “rustic” president dealt with diplomats both in this country and abroad—and also with contentious politicians and cabinet members.



Recollections of Abraham Lincoln

Recollections of Abraham Lincoln Author Ward Hill Lamon
ISBN-10 0803279507
Release 1994
Pages 337
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When President-elect Abraham Lincoln was preparing to go to Washington he appealed to his old friend and law partner Ward Hill Lamon: ?I want you to go along with me. . . . In fact I must have you. So get yourself ready and come along.? Lamon journeyed from Springfield to Washington in 1861 and returned to Illinois in mourning in 1865. Lincoln chose Lamon as his bodyguard when he slipped into Washington by night to foil conspirators intent on murder. The president sent him on missions and appointed him marshal of the District of Columbia. During that time of civil war Lincoln was often dispirited, and Lamon tried to cheer him. These recollections were compiled from Lamon?s notes and papers by his daughter, Dorothy, and published in 1895. The expanded second edition of 1911 has been used for this reprinting. Recollections of Abraham Lincoln has often been cited for its firsthand testimony about key episodes and incidents, including at the phantom-like train trip to Washington in 1861, a visit to Charleston during the secession crisis, and Lincoln?s foreboding dreams. As James A. Rawley points out in his introduction, Lamon?s recollections of Lincoln?s personal qualities an presidency are important to history.



Recollected Words of Abraham Lincoln

Recollected Words of Abraham Lincoln Author Don Fehrenbacher
ISBN-10 0804764883
Release 1996-11-01
Pages 648
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This is the first comprehensive collection of remarks attributed to Abraham Lincoln by his contemporaries. Much of what is known or believed about the man comes from such utterances, which have been an important part of Lincoln biography. About his mother, for instance, he never wrote anything beyond supplying a few routine facts, but he can be quoted as stating orally that she was the illegitimate daughter of a Virginia aristocrat. Similarly, there is no mention of Ann Rutledge in any of his writings, but he can be quoted as saying when he was president-elect, “I did honestly and truly love the girl and think often, often of her now.” Did Lincoln make a conditional offer to evacuate Fort Sumter in April 1861? Did he personally make the decision to restore General McClellan to army command in September 1862? To whom did he first reveal his intention to issue an emancipation proclamation? Did he label the Gettysburg address a failure right after delivering it? Did he, just a few days before his assassination, dream of a president lying dead in the White House? All of these questions, and many others, arise from recollective quotations of Lincoln, and the answer in each instance depends upon how one appraises the reliability of such recollection.



Lincoln How Abraham Lincoln Ended Slavery in America

Lincoln  How Abraham Lincoln Ended Slavery in America Author Harold Holzer
ISBN-10 9780062265128
Release 2012-12-11
Pages 240
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A new book—and companion to the Steven Spielberg film—tracing how Abraham Lincoln came to view slavery . . . and came to end it. Steven Spielberg focused his movie Lincoln on the sixteenth president's tumultuous final months in office, when he pursued a course of action to end the Civil War, reunite the country, and abolish slavery. Invited by the filmmakers to write a special Lincoln book as a companion to the film, Harold Holzer, the distinguished historian and a consultant on the movie, now gives us a fast-paced, exciting new book on Lincoln's life and times, his evolving beliefs about slavery, and how he maneuvered to end it. The story starts on January 31, 1865—less than three months before Lincoln's assassination—as the president anxiously awaits word on whether Congress will finally vote to pass the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution. Although the Emancipation Proclamation two years earlier had authorized the army to liberate slaves in Confederate territory, only a Constitutional amendment passed by Congress and ratified by three-fourths of the states would end slavery legally everywhere in the country. Drawing from letters, speeches, memoirs, and documents by Lincoln and others, Holzer goes on to cover Lincoln's boyhood, his moves from Kentucky to Indiana to Illinois, his work as a lawyer and congressman, his unsuccessful candidacies for the U.S. Senate and his victory in two presidential elections, his arduous duties in the Civil War as commander in chief, his actions as president, and his relationships with his family, political rivals, and associates. Holzer provides a fresh view of America in those turbulent times, as well as fascinating insights into the challenges Lincoln faced as he weighed his personal beliefs against his presidential duties in relation to the slavery issue. The passage of the Thirteenth Amendment would become the crowning achievement of Abraham Lincoln's life and the undisputed testament to his political genius. By viewing his life through this prism, Holzer makes an important passage in American history come alive for readers of all ages. The book also includes thirty historical photographs, a chronology, a historical cast of characters, texts of selected Lincoln writings, a bibliography, and notes.



Lincoln s Sanctuary

Lincoln s Sanctuary Author Matthew Pinsker
ISBN-10 0195179854
Release 2005-01-01
Pages 256
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Presents a portrait of Abraham Lincoln's stay at a small cottage on the grounds of the Soldiers' Home during his presidency.