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Following in Lincoln's footsteps : a complete annotated reference to hundreds of historical sites visited by Abraham Lincoln

Author: Ralph Gary
Publisher: New York : Carroll & Graf, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Carroll & Graf edView all editions and formats
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"From Abe Lincoln's law offices to the sixteenth president's White House office; from the address in Springfield, Illinois, where he and Mary Todd made up after a premarital spat, to the window he jumped out of in order to avoid a quorum call in the Illinois General Assembly, to the spot where he first heard the news of Robert E. Lee's surrender - this unprecedented volume of Lincoln lore takes you there. In it,  Read more...
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Named Person: Abraham Lincoln; Abraham Lincoln; Abraham Lincoln; Abraham Lincoln
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ralph Gary
ISBN: 0786709413 9780786709410 0786710683 9780786710683
OCLC Number: 48204862
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xv, 480 pages : maps ; 25 cm
Contents: Arkansas --
Connecticut --
Delaware --
Illinois --
Chicago, Illinois Map --
Oak Ridge Cemetery Map --
Springfield, Illinois Map --
Indiana --
Iowa --
Kansas --
Kentucky --
Louisiana --
Maryland --
Massachusetts --
Michigan --
Mississippi --
Missouri --
New Hampshire --
New Jersey --
New York --
Ohio --
Pennsylvania --
Gettysburg Address Site Map --
Rhode Island --
Tennessee --
Vermont --
Virginia --
Washington, D.C. --
Washington, D.C. Map --
West Virginia --
Wisconsin --
Mary Lincoln after April 15, 1865 --
The Ultimate List of Abraham Lincoln-John Kennedy Coincidences --
Lincoln Lore --
Abraham Lincoln-Jefferson Davis Comparisons --
Publications Listing Sites Visited by Lincoln --
Comparisons Between Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant --
The Ultimate List of Comparisons and Similarities Between Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt.
Responsibility: Ralph Gary.

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"From Abe Lincoln's law offices to the sixteenth president's White House office; from the address in Springfield, Illinois, where he and Mary Todd made up after a premarital spat, to the window he jumped out of in order to avoid a quorum call in the Illinois General Assembly, to the spot where he first heard the news of Robert E. Lee's surrender - this unprecedented volume of Lincoln lore takes you there. In it, Ralph Gary, avid Lincoln scholar, also answers dozens of lingering questions about Lincoln's life as he sifts for the truth among the many disputes that continue to rage among Lincoln experts and enthusiasts."--Jacket.

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