7 edition of Lincoln; his words and his world found in the catalog.
by Published by Country Beautiful Foundation for Hawthorn Books, New York in Waukesha, Wis
Written in English
|Other titles||Country beautiful.|
|Statement||[compiled] by the editors of Country beautiful magazine. Editorial direction: Michael P. Dineen. Edited by Robert L. Polley.|
|Contributions||Polley, Robert L., ed.|
|LC Classifications||E457.92 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||65012399|
2 ABRAHAM LINCOLN: A LEGACY OF FREEDOM 8 he year marks the th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln, the U.S. president often considered the greatest of this country’s leaders. Americans’ reverence for Lincoln began with his tragic death by assassination in , at the end of a brutal civil war in which , men died. Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president when the Civil War happened. Also it was about if the states should have slavery or shouldn't. When this happened the North and the South split apart. His challenges in the book was slavery and the states spliting apart because of slavery. This book is .
Abraham Lincoln Bible surfaces, offers clues to his religious beliefs. A Bible that once belonged to President Abraham Lincoln resurfaced years after his death, pointing to the faith he clung Author: Caleb Parke. Lincoln, with his rare ability to step outside of the emotions that we all feel when we are attacked, believed that harsh words and acts of revenge rarely pay off; that we are all flawed human beings, all bringing our own motives and complicated understanding of the world to : Edward Achorn.
By December , Lincoln had discovered a new strategy that he called “doing the arithmetic.” The Union suffered a bloody defeat at Fredericksburg, in December , but one of Lincoln’s secretaries noted his reaction: “We lost 50 percent more men than did the enemy [the actual differential was percent], and yet there is a sense in the awful arithmetic propounded by Mr. : Marvin Olasky. Politically, Lincoln fought back by pitting his opponents against each other, by carefully planned political patronage, and by appealing to the American people with his powers of
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The first example was an campaign communication as young Lincoln (then age 23) ran unsuccessfully for the Illinois State Legislature (he won the next time, and served several terms).4/4(1).
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This concise book provides an interesting look at Abraham Lincoln from his speeches, letters, and additional writings. The first example was an campaign communication as young Lincoln (then age 23) ran unsuccessfully for the Illinois State Legislature (he won the next time, and served several terms).4/5(1).
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Lincoln: His Words and His World (Country Beautiful Americana Series Volume 6, No. 1) by Polley, Robert L. (editor) A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.
The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner Rating: % positive. Abraham Lincoln book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
A century and a half after his death, the cadence, argument, and po /5. The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here.
Lincoln's self-deprecating contrast of his (and Everett's) words with the soldiers' deaths seems to neglect the second aspect of the Attic orators' contrast -- the necessity, nonetheless, for words to Book Edition: Reissue. In July Lewis E. Lehrman rescued one such segment of Lincoln’s life from the shadows with his masterful Lincoln at Peoria: The Turning Point (Stackpole Books, pages, $), a study of Lincoln’s speech at Peoria, Illinois, in Octoberin response to.
Douglas L. Wilson, codirector of the Lincoln Studies Center at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, and Lincoln Prize winner for Honor's Voice: The Transformation of Abraham Lincoln, has again won the Lincoln Prize for Lincoln's Sword.
Wilson says the book resulted from his work transcribing Lincoln's most famous writings for the Library /5. Noted historian and biographer Milton Meltzer brings Lincoln's words to life in this beautifully illustrated collection of our 16th president's speeches, letters, and writings.
This book reveals Lincoln as a powerful communicator--one dedicated to the highest ideals of 5/5(2). For that reason, he argues, Lincoln's letter was written for the ear, not for the eye, and therefore meets the rubric for a book on Lincoln's eloquence.
It is at this point, though, that the book subtly shifts subject, with Lincoln's ability to marshal words to his purposes taking a backseat to his intellectual : Jennifer L.
Weber. A crowd gathers for President Abraham Lincoln’s second inauguration on March 4, His words touched on the heartbreak and loss of the Civil War, which would soon be : Adam Goodheart.
Lincoln ended his remarks with a “stunning” admission: He would be “one of the happiest men in the world” if the country could be saved with its great idea intact. In his new book Lincoln in the Bardo – his first novel – the tricksy, unsettling, masterly short story writer George Saunders has taken a family tragedy – the death of an American President Author: Liesl Schillinger.
Wills carefully recreates the world of Lincoln's time in retelling the story of America's greatest speech. In the course of painting the intellectual, social, political, and military canvas that forms the background for the dedication of the Gettysburg cemetery, he convincingly put forth his thesis: that the Gettysburg speech powerfully shaped the course of American history -- in ways that Cited by: Ever since Abraham Lincoln’s law partner and close friend William H.
Herndon completed his book Herndon’s Lincoln: The True Story of a Great Life in and published it in and DIGG THIS After the publication of my book, The Real Lincoln, I continued to research and write on the topic.
Among the things I’ve learned since then is that Abraham Lincoln was a far worse tyrant than I portrayed him as being in that book. A thousand times worse. I’ve also learned that there is only one genuine Lincoln scholar in America — David Donald — and he’s retired.